Recently the islamic state terrorists have blown up a 2500 year old temple in Iraq. The temple was from Babylonian days and was the Temple of Nabu.
Now these same scum are threatening to blow up the great pyramids of Giza., but the Egyptions say they already have security all set.
Quite sad to see such ancient artifacts being destroyed for no reason.
I personally feel like they will need a lot of explosives to take out the pyramids, and how can you go about "sneaking" that much explosives around
the desert illegally? plus they all like yelling "god is great"... makes ya stand out a bit ya know.
It's sad to see the why behind this type of destruction, for sure, but I'm a realist, and I do realize that tangible things don't last forever.
With that said, I wonder, with all of the discussion about possible still-hidden chambers in the pyramids and a possible spiraling ramp concealed
behind the outer layers, if something WERE to happen to the pyramids, what discoveries would be made from the destruction?
I don't condone destroying these structures, so please don't misconstrue that, I'm just trying to make hypothetical lemonade out of hypothetical
i don't believe trump, or anyone, could build the great pyramid. the tech that built them is way beyond even our modern abilities.
ps screw ISIS,ISIL,IS or whatever their current alias. they are a problem easily solvable, if they were not being allowed to run wild, which
they are, by design, by the players at this global chessboard.
We can blame Saudia Arabia and Wahhabism for this because of their strict laws of believing in only one God. So they destroy any statues or temples
that depict any God but the true God, or any Saint, prophet, etc.
edit on 9-6-2016 by Swills because: (no reason given)
I saw one bearded loon destroying a wall with a sculpture of one of the 7 sages on it that had to be thousands of years old in Syria,the stupid prick
had a hammer and chisel and was happily chipping away at wisdom and knowledge that his DNA could never produce in a million years.
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