Ancient Roman vase is fixed, but who broke it?

After claiming girl accidentally smashed 2,000-year-old glass treasure, Israel Museum now says cause of mishap unknown

ed note–we here at TUT are often accused of being government disinfo agents because we don’t jump onboard the political equivalent of the Titanic in endorsing the various ‘hoax’ theories that now inevitably pop up like a painful boil on a pig’s ass whenever a shooting, bombing, or–believe it or not–shark attack takes place.

Just to show then that we acknowledge the possibility of hoaxes, we’re here to introduce our own theory concerning the breaking of a Roman vase in an Israeli archeological museum that recently took place.

Were it any piece other than Roman, we would not have wasted even a micro-second in postulating that something else happened. That it WAS Roman however, gives us cause for a certain amount of ‘hmmmmmm…..’

The story started out as one involving a little Israeli girl–awwww, isn’t she cute, talking about how much she looks forward to joining the IDF one day–who ‘accidentally’ knocked over a priceless Roman vase traced back to the Roman occupation of Judea. According to the story, the vase includes a ‘Latin inscription’ and a ‘depiction of a Christian couple with their children’.

So, a vase written in the language of occupying Rome and showing a Christian couple with their children being destroyed–Who wants to bet that some mentally-deranged Jew(s) saw it, had a fit, and deliberately destroyed it in yet another act of violence resulting from Judaic psychosis?

Let no one accuse us of not endorsing ‘conspiracy theories’ and ‘hoaxes’ if they can be responsibly postulated.

By piotrbein