The Poles know who freed them from the shackles of communism
Opponents of Poland’s former communist regime reportedly want to pay a posthumous homage to US President Ronald Reagan by erecting his statue in the place of a Soviet-era monument.
In an open letter to the mayor of the southwestern city of Katowice, the former anti-regime activists said that the staunchly anti-communist Reagan had been a “symbol of liberty,” the Polish news agency PAP reported.
As a result, they said, he deserved to become the centrepiece of the city’s Freedom Square, replacing a monument to the Soviet troops who drove out the occupying Nazis in 1945.
They also said that they wanted the site to be rebaptised “Ronald Reagan Freedom Square.”
Only western liberals who never felt the boot of the communism believe that it was their beloved “Gorbie” who ended the Soviet oppression of eastern Europe.
Found at KisP