2014-10-27 11:58:42 UTC
of ancient statues in order to hide "Racial"
The claim is that the reason a lot of statues
are missing noses is because Europeans, hell
bent on "White Washing" all of history, were
deliberately trying to recast the ancients as
white instead of pitch-black sub Saharan Africans.
This is real, I saw this claim I'm not the least
bit familiar with, done my 30-seond Google search
and found nothing of value. So, I'm asking here...
The missing noses on a lot of Egyptian statues are
a similar deal. It's not that the ancient Egyptians
made statues with strangely fragile noses. Many
Victorian archaeologists had a habit of chipping
the noses off of the statues they brought back,
then claiming that they'd found them that way -
because with the noses intact, it was too obvious
that the statues were meant to depict individuals
of black African descent.
Ironically, I know for a fact that many ancient
Egyptian statues were defaced by superstitious
Egyptians (The sphinx, for example)...
I've complained about the "Social Justice"
nutters in the past, how they co-opt history, how
they practice revisionism in the pursuit of their
racist agenda. They're even anti feminism ("White
Women") and anti Semitic, because everyone knows
all Muslims are "People of Color" and all Jews are
: Early Egyptian Pharaohs tended to be Black,
: later ones were lighter.
But here's what "Old Kingdom" egyptians looked like:
No sub saharan blood there...
Ramesses the Great, in the New Kingdom, had classically
"Semitic" features, particularly the nose:
I'm not saying that ancient Egyptians were white. They
certainly would have been insulted to be called
Europeans. They were Egyptians! The probably looked
very much like modern Egyptians...
But, your thoughts/ideas/links would be appreciated.