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Keep the Pyramids, give us the Colosseum

PostPosted: Tue Oct 28, 2014 9:26 pm
by ygalg
By Simcha Jacobovici · September 11, 2014 · Soap Box ·

The Egyptian archaeological community is in a tizzy. They are accusing foreign Egyptologists of being Israeli agents hell bent on altering their history. It seems Israel’s ultimate goal is to reclaim the Pyramids. This charge was recently laid by Amir Gamal of the “Non-Stop Robberies” movement. It was published in Egypt’s Elaph newspaper. Not long ago, Egyptian journalist Ahmad al-Gamal encouraged his government to sue the Jewish state for losses incurred during the 10 plagues, visited upon Egypt during the biblical exodus. Also, the Torah claims that the Israelite slaves took Egypt’s gold with them to the Promised Land. Al-Gamal wants the gold or an equal sum in U.S. dollars – with 3500 years of compounded interest – paid by Israel to Egypt.

Some of this is funny, and some of this is not. When I filmed archaeology in Egypt in 2004 for a documentary film on the biblical Exodus, the Egyptians were watching us like hawks. In Egypt, the bible is current history. Even though the Qur’an says that the biblical Exodus is a historical fact, modern Arab regimes see Mideast history as a zero-sum game – if it’s good for the Jews, it’s bad for the Arabs. So any archaeology connected to the biblical Exodus is suppressed for fear that it might support Israel’s claims in the area. For example, a statue discovered at Avaris in the Delta is thought by some scholars to be a representation of the biblical Joseph. Because of the possible connection with the Jewish patriarch, the statue has now “disappeared” from the Cairo museum. It wasn’t easy for the statue to disappear, since it weighs a ton.

More than this, Egypt’s obsession with biblical archaeology influences the views of Egyptologists. If you claim you have found proof of the biblical Exodus, they ban you from Egypt. If you’re an Egyptologist, that’s a big problem. So – not surprisingly – Egyptologists tend to find nothing connected to the Israelites. Recently, Charles University professor Miroslav Barta tried to connect the bible to Egyptian archaeology. As a result, he’s being accused of working for the Mossad. His mission: falsify Egyptian history. Not exactly a climate for free academic debate.

Here’s what I think: they can keep the Pyramids, we didn’t build them. They had been around for a thousand years before Moses was born. Having said this, in return for us dropping our claims to the Pyramids, they should pay us for years of slavery and stop bullying Western academics.

On a related note, Jewish slaves built the Colosseum in Rome. Jewish masons cut the stone, and the money that financed the project came from the Roman looting in 70 C.E. of the Temple in Jerusalem. There is an inscription that proves this. We built it, we paid for it, it’s time to get it back. I would move it to Israel’s south, near the border with Gaza. First of all, I could get exclusive documentary filming rights to the process of moving the Colosseum from Italy to Israel. Besides, this feat of modern engineering would right a historical wrong, increase tourism to an area that has been suffering under Hamas rockets fired from Gaza and make the world more sensitive to those rockets – because instead of landing in Israeli towns, they would now be landing on a UNESCO cultural site.

Re: Keep the Pyramids, give us the Colosseum

PostPosted: Sun Nov 09, 2014 5:56 am
by Nosuperstition
Jews were foreign to Egypt hence naturally they would have worked extra hard in the various professions of Egypt,in order to fit in better.They constituted one of the so called shephard kings/Hyksos who migrated by hook or crook to Egypt a land of better opportunity according to Josephus Flavius.So there can be no doubt about their contribution in the building of pyramids.

Most of ancient world civilisations such as Egypt , Greece and Aztec believed in either solar or lunar descent of their kings and were polygamous.Hindu civilisation too had these features.That cannot mean that the Hindus can demand people of Abrahamic faiths to either renounce their present faiths or give up their present lands.Same goes for the Jews.

Re: Keep the Pyramids, give us the Colosseum

PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2015 5:54 pm
by Nosuperstition
Even Greeks who are much more distant than Israelites with reference to Egypt are said to have been quite eager to join the ranks of the Pharoah's army as mercenaries.Egypt was that prosperous once.Even many of the pagan Greek gods are actually Egyptian gods according to Heredotus,the famous Greek historian ,if I remember correctly.

So no wonder Jews have laboured in various professions in Phaoronic Egypt to eke out a living.Some of those Asian M.E people were known in Egypt as shepherd kings.

Re: Keep the Pyramids, give us the Colosseum

PostPosted: Sun May 17, 2015 11:03 am
by Nosuperstition
Also if no gentile victim can be obtained, dried blood from a previous victim may be used. However, a Jewish law is quite specific that the victim at Passover must be a White Child (as the Whites are the True Israelites, and the Jews know it) under seven years of age, who must be bled white, crowned with thorns, tortured, beaten, stabbed, and finally given the last blow by being wounded in the side, the dagger prescribed to be in the hands of a rabbi, in a complete re-enactment of the crucifixion of Christ.

Now that is a hilarious statement from the above site makers.To accept that as true tatamounts to accepting that many of the royal dynasties of Egypt,Mesopotamia,India,Greece,Germany and Scandinavia are all actually from the lineage of the sun/moon gods or other divinities.Now even whites want a direct descent from Jews as that will consolidate their position as the new chosen people who are specially privileged to take over the lands of others as and when their population levels increase dramatically.

Even without their knowledge even those that want to get at the Jews are making them gods on earth by seeking their lineage.

Re: Keep the Pyramids, give us the Colosseum

PostPosted: Fri Nov 10, 2017 3:14 pm
by Nosuperstition
Now the most famous Egyptologist who regularly appeared on the National Geographic Channel or the Discovery channel was consistently saying one thing, that the pyramids of Egypt were not a product of slave labour put of paid labour and that they helped the commoners earn a living in times of natural disasters/calamities.However Jews who were the slaves of Egyptians according to the Bible say that their ancestors were employed in the construction of the pyramids.Now going by the guesswork or speculation based narration of how Angkor wat Hindu temple in Cambodia was constructed slaves must have been used.However going by what the Egyptologist said,Angkor Wat which is not that grandiose and which was constructed in a far more fertile area might not have been constructed with slaves but with paid labour.It all depends on whom we decide to trust.