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Feb 13, 2011

Sad News

Posted on February 12, 2011


The staff of the database department at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo have given me their report on the inventory of objects at the museum following the break in. Sadly, they have discovered objects are missing from the museum.

The objects missing are as follows:

1. Gilded wood statue of Tutankhamun being carried by a goddess

2. Gilded wood statue of Tutankhamun harpooning. Only the torso and upper limbs of the king are missing

3. Limestone statue of Akhena ten holding an offering table

4. Statue of Nefertiti making offerings

5. Sandstone head of an Amarna princess

6. Stone statuette of a scribe from Amarna

7. Wooden shabti statuettes from Yuya (11 pieces)

8. Heart Scarab of Yuya

An investigation has begun to search for the people who have taken these objects, and the police and army plan to follow up with the criminals already in custody. I have said if the Egyptian Museum is safe, than Egypt is safe. However, I am now concerned Egypt is not safe.

In another terrible turn of events, last night a magazine in Dahshur was broken into; it is called De Morgan's. This magazine contains large blocks and small artifacts.

Egypt proves it ;

Islam is the most retrograde force ever to have been visited upon the Earth.
It is the atomic bomb of cultural phenomenon.
It destroys everything it touches.
An Islamic nation is only good to the extent that the other cultures within it can maintain their own sense of purpose in the withering nuclear aftermath of Allah's manifestation.
As Pope Benedict quoted at Regensburg, "Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new and there you will find things only evil and inhuman.
" Egypt will not recover until it can be cleansed of the radioactive fallout of Allah and his Sharia.

--- Pastorius ( See side bar HERE )

1 comment:

Always On Watch said...


Years ago, I saw many of these beautiful treasures when an exhibit of the artifacts came to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

I wonder if the raiding Moslems destroyed these priceless treasures?