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Well, so much for that priceless artifact. From the Nazca Lines, to Dunster’s Cobblestone Paths,
A 5,000-Year-Old Rock Carving, some… ahem… idiots… never learn! WatchMojo counts down Another Top 10 Historical Objects Ruined by Morons.
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#10. The Nazca Lines
#9. Dunster’s Cobblestone Paths
#8. A 5,000YearOld Rock Carving
#7. King Tut’s Beard
#6. A 126YearOld Statue of Dom Sebastian I
#5. A Neolithic Tomb
#4. The Second Temple of Artemis
#3, #2 & #1???
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We as humans will continue to create as we move forward, but if the sacred and ancient works of art, poetry/literature, history, myths, architecture and monuments of our past are destroyed, one would think we never existed.
i remember a silly old women painting over a picture of Jesus in a Spanish church, she wanted to restore it but when she was finished the painting looked like am child's drawing. i laughed my arse off. lol
2:12 First of all, they were not teenagers. They were younger than that. They tried to improve the carvings for the lack of a better judgement. And no, they did not face any charges. Because, after all, they were dumb kids. They were spared any kind of charges. And yes, they did confess. There were no more drama than that. Please check your sources.
The guitar destroyed by Russell's character was not a prop but an antique 1870s Martin guitar lent by the Martin Guitar Museum. According to sound producer Mark Ulano, the guitar was supposed to have been switched with a copy to be destroyed, but this was not communicated to Russell; everyone on the set was "pretty freaked out" at the guitar's destruction, and Leigh's reaction was genuine, though "Tarantino was in a corner of the room with a funny curl on his lips, because he got something out of it with the performance." Museum director Dick Boak said that the museum was not told that the script included a scene that called for a guitar being smashed, and determined that it was irreparable. The insurance remunerated the purchase value of the guitar. As a result of the incident, the museum no longer lends guitars to film productions.
Seriously islamism shouldn't exist in general, islamic people only fuck up stuff, since medieval era, at least Christian people do some useful stuff, but islamics are useless and they think their religion is the best.
again portugal being betraid as the country that destroy statues of missing kings because of a selfie
i know we are a bunch of drunk old guys with mustache but i cannot see a single good way to properly represent portugal without mencioning Cristiano Ronaldo or good food
I think a suitable punishment for taliban and isis fighters should be the requirement that they rebuild and repair every historical monument they helped to destroy. If they refuse then their name will be forever shamed. It shall be carved into urinals and their place of burial shall be a pit which will be converted into group toilet so when ever people need to take a dump they will be doing so right on the remains of the taliban and isis.
i get so pissed over people destroying ancient artifacts because they have no brain cells. especially carvings so old and beautiful, tombs so old and valuable, things that could have taught us more about life in the past! agh its frustrating
This generation of young adults becoming ANTIFA being indoctrinated to destroy just because they believe it's offensive thus pulling same ways other dictators have destroyed what they don't like and silencing freedom of speech and freedom of creation
Smash 456 depends on the matter. If they start to go as far as doing what religious book burning have been done then it shows they want to destroy what is examples of how far those people who did bad things or had done mistakes can be manipulated to trick the uneducated. So that the examples can be compared to how they are doing similar things. Hitler and extremist Muslims have been destroying statues. Also that people falsely believe Christopher Columbus is at fault for something he only charted the map to a new area to explore. It should have been the king or government soldiers in charge to being their fault but people these days don't want to look at logic and take the lazy way. Hell it's no wonder that there is another group in the left are getting sick of their group that they mock them in Simpson's, family guy, South park, etc to prove a point how retarded they are becoming. Even a few videos from many years where color is added to tv showed the exaggeration of people getting offended but has shown how it predicts people of today.
Seeing ISIS destroying historic sites in the middle east and north Africa got me really pissed off and then curious. I'm English, I was worried what thoughts Muslims had towards Stone Henge because I'm killing whoever would try and destroy one of the only grand ancient monuments on the Island. I searched "Muslim Stonehenge", it led me to some Muslim online community forum and they're saying it's sinful to even go near it unless seeing it makes you so disturbed by its existence that it makes you cry which led to others saying they think it's good to go because you get to see that all "kaffir" civilisations fall to ruins, one person said he was going to "discipline" his sister for even suggesting they visit.
Lazy Spark - I do admit I'm bad at wording out my thoughts and opinions. English isn't my first language... My apologies. However, I did get the final verdict. Islam does promote visiting these sites even if you're just visiting to admire it. Like fine art. If you merely wanted to have a look out of sheer curiosity, then go right ahead. Islam does not its followers from travelling miles and miles to visit another religion's historical site. You've also mentioned that the Holy Quran has texts that insists we destroy other religious monuments. However that is not the case. In the new modern world. These monumental sites hold historical value to the people of the world and no longer mean how should I say... A symbol of power? These sites instead are protected, studied, and restored to try and preserve the history of it. Islam demands us to respect other religions and cultures. UNESCO simply strengthened this order by creating protective laws towards these sites. Islam says to always listen to the community and people around. Unity is the purpose of Islam. We cannot desecrate other religions' icons as we too do not want such a thing to happen to our own... Like the ladder in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Unless everyone agrees to move it. No one can move it. Same goes to Islam. We can't just go about destroying monuments willy nilly like without the consent of everyone. So in short, there are no restrictions towards visiting archaic historical sites even if they belong to other religions. It's alright as long as we don't start worshipping the ruins. Secondly, it is forbidden to destroy monuments that hold value to everyone in a community. We are to avoid selfishness and think of the people around us. So again, what ISIS is doing? Goes against Islam in general. I don't get why people always say all Muslims are terrorists. Their ways are radical and banned from Islam itself
AGDT Kry - Your reply didn't really console me. All you really said is Muslims shouldn't risk encountering things that would test their faith, so when you say you "keep an open mind" it sounds like the opposite. Then when talking about other cultures you seem very concerned with finding out the reason for its downfall, "understand why this civilisation was condemned". When non-muslims go to Stone Henge they go because it looks interesting, there's a mystery to it because we know so little and because they're in awe of such an example of early human civilisation. I've never really looked at a ruin and thought "What did they do that may or may not have made a god punish them".
Lazy Spark - I see... I suppose I am ashamed I lack the sufficient knowledge despite being in the religion since birth... However there is truth in that as for a few reasons. The main of which is that if (I'm using the term loosely here) our faith is rather "shaky" or "lacking", we may ponder upon the faults of the ruined civilisation and question the justice of Allah in that why they were punished in the first place. See of it this way, same sex marriage is legal in the US, yes? (I'm not sure of it. Please don't murder me) However it is illegal in Islam and there was even a civilisation once that practiced such acts that was destroyed. So in short, this dilemma of choosing whether to follow a community, or our religion, is why such a passage exists. It (again) might create insubordinates and loss of faith in the religion causing us to basically lose faith in Allah... Hence. Punished for it. I suppose I'll have to brush up more on my knowledge and ask a few experts. But again. To me? (I've also had some Imams answer to my silly questions in search of truth) We can visit places like churches even, as long as we stay on track, and not be influenced by the religion. It's something we call "niyyat" or in my language "niat", which roughly translates to "reason of will" that changes how most things work. If we keep an open mind and again, simply visit such archaic sites to learn of its history and downfall, then it should be relatively fine as long as again, we don't get swayed and lose faith in Allah. It's recommended to avoid these sites to avoid insubordination or retaliation against the pre written laws of Islam of the Holy Quran. We study the ruins and the collapse of these ruins to understand why the civilisation was condemned. With the knowledge, we avoid doing the mistakes they had done to receive such punishments. Still... I may need to expand my knowledge on this... I wouldn't want to give out wrong teachings and guide others onto a broken path... I'll do what I can, yeah?
AGDT Kry - Apparently there are passages that basically say avoid sites of nations that have fallen into ruin.
“Do not enter (the places) of these people where Allah's punishment has fallen unless you do so weeping. If you do not weep, do not enter (the places of these people) because Allah's curse and punishment which fell upon them may fall upon you.”
So basically Islamic fundamentalists see places such as Stonehenge as cursed places that need to be destroyed of avoided.
ISIS was a rebel group armed by John McCain to provide insurrection against Assad, introduced after arab spring and gaddafi and success of removal of power within the regions. You know why they never attack Israel or Saudi Arabia?
...all but the last 3 were done out of ignorance, or clumsiness,.. those are fine in comparison to fuckers actively seeking to destroy historical stuff..atleast the accidental ones were mostly one time deals..except the naska lines, that's annual, and mostly for a freedom festival thing to ride in the desert
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