From Russia: A Memorial to the 9-11 Terrorist Attacks! (Struggle Against World Terrorism)

Hello, (repost)

A reader of ours Matt – left me a link to an interesting article. So I did so research – It is about a monument that Russia gave to America and I have never heard of it and have never seen it published in the main stream media.

“To the Struggle Against World Terrorism” was conceived as the events of 9/11 unfolded and as an artist from Russia, Zurab Tsereteli walked the streets of Moscow. He was struck by the outpouring of grief he observed, a memorial with an image of a tear formed in his mind.

Shortly after the attacks, Tsereteli visited ground zero and found the perfect place for the gift from the Russian people, the memorial is made of steel sheathed in bronze. Standing 100 feet high, its center contains a jagged tear. In it hangs a 40-foot stainless steel teardrop, representing sadness and grief over the loss of life, but also hope for a future free from terror. Etched in granite on an 11-sided base are the names of the nearly 3,000 killed in the 1993 World Trade Center bombings and terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.

Yet I can not find anything hardly at all on this. It is true and has been verified. Where is the Western Press and their articles of thank you t Russia?

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=To+the+Struggle+Against+World+Terrorism&btnG=Google+Search&aq=f&oq=

Try this Google link above for the monuments title. Nothing except Wikipedia and Russian web news sites.

Now here are web links that will give you all you need for information on the monument. Even President Putin from Russia was there…

I am really stunned at America and the Western press. I thought that I had seen it all and then this pops up. Lets squelch the good news about Russia. No wonder Putin thinks America is a bunch of losers!

Windows to Russia wants to thank Russia for the monument.

It was a beautiful gift from the heart!

Windows to Russia!
Kyle & Svet

Comments always welcome.

PS: Thanks to Matt for letting me know about the article.


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