A group of off-duty soldiers cleaned and scrubbed monuments and statues that had been vandalized by thugs.
The incident happened across the pond in not-so-jolly-old England.
Those poor chaps over there are dealing with the same type of nightmare we’ve got going on here in the United States.
Insurrections and hateful violence of all kinds.
The contrast between those who built and those who destroy could not have been more apparent in a recent scene in London, England.
Taking their cue from radical left protesters in America, a liberal mob in the U.K. defaced a statue of Sir Winston Churchill and the Cenotaph on the 76th anniversary of D-Day.
Daily Telegraph journalist Miranda Devine shared a video on Twitter showing what appears to be off-duty soldiers cleaning the memorial.
“These are real men,” the conservative columnist tweeted. “Builders, not wreckers. Protectors, not vandals. Workers, not slackers. Warriors, not wimps. They are the agents of civilization through the ages.”
You can watch the video below:
These are real men. Builders, not wreckers. Protectors, not vandals. Workers, not slackers. Warriors, not wimps. They are the agents of civilization through the ages. https://t.co/TFshzeBUgJ
— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) June 27, 2020
The difference between those who build and those who tear down has never been more stark.
We really need to learn to love each other and take care of the things around us. These men are great examples of who we should strive to be as a society.
This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.