My Thoughts on 20th Anniversary of Berlin Wall Being Torn Down and Remembering the Victims of Communism

Twenty years ago I was 5 years old, and in Kindergarten. I remember my father reading from the front page of the New York Times, and telling my mother that the Berlin Wall came down. At the time, I had absolutely no idea what that even meant, so I have no idea why I would remember that. But that memory is vivid in my mind.

On the Twentieth Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall,  you should remember the victims of Communism. Never forget the 100 million souls slaughtered by totalitarian dictators. Never again. A Memorial to the Victims of Communism is a brilliant idea.

Check out Reason.TV’s poignant video on this point.

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