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Cultural Treasurs Are Also Victims of War


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Cultural Treasurs Are Also Victims of War

César Chelala

The recent damage in Yemen to three out of four UN World Heritage Sites is one more of the unfortunate consequences of a war that has already caused more than two thousand lives and displaced more than one million people. The damage to the sites, listed as cultural heritage of humanity by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), is a sad reminder of the brutality of war.


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Do you and your PNAC collaborators see the results of what you Demons have done here with your War from Lies and Hatred Mr. Bush?
I hope you all are proud of the death of nearly 1 Million+ people and the loss of country and home of the dispossessed as A direct result of your Evil- And then there are the 5,000 plus young American lives that you snuffed out with your "Bring it on" and "Mission Accomplished" mindless blather- The French are still laughing out loud at your idiotic Old Testament reference of "Gog and Magog" to suck them into that mindless War...

You just don't possess the humanity or intelligence to realize that there are people in this World that have different lifestyles and beliefs, different customs dating back millennia that have every right to exist and live as they choose on their corner of this globe- To you and your ilk, the only thing that matters is your belief that the oil under their sand belongs to you...Well, it doesn't!

I hope that you, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Rice, Wolfowitz and the rest of you Demons ROT IN HELL-

Thank you Mr. César Chelala for exposing this grotesque and disgusting loss of this priceless cultural heritage that has been forever lost in time- It brings to mind all of the Inca and Aztec cultural artifacts including their library, equivalent rosetta stone of their language, lost forever thanks to the raiders of the Spanish and Catholic Church....

On "Gog and Magog":