Tuesday, September 04, 2007

In Tbilisi

Here is an excellent article in The Wall Street Journal by Melik Kaylan on the Museum of Soviet Occupation.

Despite pressure from Moscow, the Museum opened its doors last year in Tbilisi, the capital city of the former Soviet "republic" of Georgia.

As the writer explains, the Museum has received surprisingly little attention … except among countries that suffered a comparable fate under Communism, such as Poland and the Baltic states.

In the West, no one seems to care.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The West, certainly many of its "luminaries" and "intellectuals," not only "looked the other way" but actively played along with the Soviet totalitarian game. There are many former "important voices" who will be covered in shame and disgrace for all eternity for their complicity with such evil.

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