The Horde from the East

28 Jul

I have been very annoyed by news I’ve heard about the Muslim Brotherhood and some radical Islamic clerics talking about destroying the pyramids. The reasoning is that the pyramids represent a pagan, pre-Islamic past and they should be destroyed. Elsewhere on the African continent, in Mali, burial sites of in Timbuktu have been desecrated for the very same reason.

This purpose of this poem is to shed light on the danger these Islamists pose to some of the great wonders of the world and how hypocritical and envious it would be for them to destroy these so called pagan structures.

The format of this poem is what I call a Triple Rhyme Time Poem.

This type of behavior is why I AM NOT a big fan of popular organized religions.

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“The Horde from the East”

© 2012 Tyrone Turner

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They burst out of the desert with the sword and Koran in hand.

Was it to share Muhammad’s message or did they have another plan?

Let’s discuss a little history so that you can better understand.

The once great and ancient place of Kemet was renamed to Egypt by the Greeks.

Their ruler was replaced by Rome who was later replaced by Arab sheiks.

Arabs have ruled Egypt ever since the 7th century but in the grand scheme of time it has only been a few weeks.

They came into Egypt and sacked the library in Alexandria and looted many tombs.

Their religious leaders are at it again and are about to reopen old wounds.

They preach about destroying the pyramids and for saying such they are as crazy as loons.

They say that all monuments built in the pagan past need to be done away with.

How can they call what the ancient people of Kemet believe pagans when what the believe is wrapped in myth?

The pyramids are a wonder of the world and certainly the expression of Africa’s imagination and engineering gifts.

According to Islamic tradition, the Kaaba housed idols since before Abraham’s time.

But they are in no rush to destroy it and praying in it’s direction seems to be okay and fine.

On the hajj they throw pebbles at a statue that is supposed to represent the devil but I guess these practices are idolatry of a different kind.

I am not trying to start an argument or anything like that.

I stay away from debates and just deal with things that are an actual fact.

Not interesting in a back-and-forth or a tit-for-tat.

The Arabs have no significant record of architectural accomplishments prior to the advent of Islam.

They leveraged the know-how of those in the Levant and if you didn’t know this fact I’m sure it is like a truth bomb.

Their contribution was mostly language, religion and poetry so keep your eyes and ears open and remain calm.

They went into east Africa and went westward and northward up into Iberia while Europe was in its Dark Ages.

They were no books around thanks to barbarians and Christian sages.

Scientists and philosophers were scorned and jailed in cages.

The Arabs with the help of the Moors turned the lights back on in Europe and sparked the Renaissance and brought Europe back into the fold of civilization.

It went eastward from Portugal and Spain, France and every other European nation.

Eventually the Moors and Arabs retaught Europeans how to sail ships and they were able to explore, trade and conquer to their elation.

The Mali Empire controlled and proudly promoted the hallowed halls of the learning centers in Timbuktu.

People came from far and wide to learn there be they Muslim, Christian or Jew.

But when Mansa Musa went on Hajj he carried and gave away so much gold no one could imagine what would ensue.

He inadvertantly flooded the market with so much gold that the global economy was shaken.

The envy of those from the east was aroused and awaken.

So they felt that the people themselves and their resources were ready to be taken.

Today, Timbuktu has been targeted by Islamic fanatics who want to destroy its relics down to rubble and dust.

Stopping these radical fools is a must!

Willfully destroying historical treasures fills me with disgust.

What is odd is that the great leaders of the Mali Empire were devout Muslims so why destroy what they left behind?

Is it because they were Muslims of a different skin color, language and mind?

Because they believed in the brotherhood of all men and were in comparison benevolent and kind?

The Muslim wave crashed into West Africa in search of gold and other treasures to plunder.

How people can come in the name of religion and commit so many atrocities is is something I often wonder.

Now some of my West African brethren don’t want to be themselves due to the Arabized Islamist spell they are under.

You will never be able to vanquish the sun children even though you behave like a savage beast.

You cannot call yourself a Muslim because you are not one who is of peace.

You’re nothing more than a swarm of locusts I call the horde from the east.

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One Response to “The Horde from the East”

  1. Stephen Elliston Mitchell January 17, 2013 at 11:58 #

    I just came across this on google as I was searching for images of Mansa Musa. This is a great poem – I have no idea about islamists looking to destroy the pyramids etc. There is so much I do not know. As a recently awakened african ( i was born and grew up in UK so have considered myself british or simply not considered myself anything for most of my life), I feel overwhelmed and powerless, all this information and insight and struggling to know what to do with it. I cannot trust media anymore although I am a media junkie – and am finding it difficult to wean myself off the mainstream media content which I have grown up with, accepted and tried to emulate and assimilate in my life.

    I just wanted to say thankyou for this and keep sharing about these topics

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