posted on Jul, 4 2013 @ 06:21 AM
Did not find any threads on it.
Real estate developers using heavy machinery tore down a 20-foot (6-meter) tall pyramid at the oldest archaeological site near Peru’s
country’s capital, cultural officials said Wednesday.
Peru’s tourism ministry says El Paraiso was built some 4,000 years ago and was a religious and administrative center, long before the rise of the
Inca culture encountered by the Spanish conquerors.
People apparently working for the two companies tore down one pyramid and tried to destroy three others, but were stopped by witnesses.
This seriously pissed me off to be honest. Couple of months ago such action happened in Belize, they simply won´t learn and now was Peru´s turn. I
really start to wonder, if my eyes will see some greedy company destroy one of Egypt´s pyramids some day...
What is wrong with these people??? Money, money, money - nothing matters nowadays, no values, as long as it is profitable enough.
I sincerely hope some serious action will be taken towards the companies, not only the workers, but the people in charge who gave the orders. The
companies should be bankrupted, fined to death, the owners (who also are bankrupted financially) and workers doing the action jailed for life. Even
that would not be enough of a punishment. Such companies should simply not be allowed to exist. Zero tolerance
edit on 4-7-2013 by Cabin
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