Victims of Communism – and British government hypocrisy

H&D assistant editor Peter Rushton joined former NF and BNP national organiser Richard Edmonds and London Forum founder Jez Turner at a demonstration in Kensington, London, on August 7th to commemorate the victims of worldwide communism.

The event was held at the Yalta Memorial Garden, a site opposite the Victoria & Albert Museum.  In 1982 this memorial was installed following a campaign led by Count Nikolai Tolstoy, specifically to remember the thousands of men, women and children deported by British authorities to face torture and execution at the hands of Stalin’s KGB and Red Army shortly after the Second World War.

The original memorial was wrecked by communist vandals at the instigation of the Soviet Embassy and had to be rebuilt and rededicated in 1986.

Video footage from this year’s memorial event can be viewed below.

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