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The Mad Revisionists The Parthenon A Post-Hellenistic Fabrication is an interesting piece of which there are many different arguments are made in order to prove that there is no apparent evidence that the Parthenon was the majestic temple which the authorities claim The Mad Revisionist is an individual who puts an extraordinary amount of effort into poking fun at Holocaust revisionists but at the same time he also indirectly poses another intriguing question What if this is true You cannot completely ignore revisionism even though much of what they argue may appear to be inaccurate The Mad Revisionist uses a variety of techniques and a heavy dose of sarcasm in order to accomplish this feat There are also dangers that accompany this branch of history the foremost being the possibility that there is truth to these theories The Mad Revisionist uses a number of different techniques to prove his Parthenon fabrication theory They range from simple sarcasm to finding a weakness in the story and blowing it wide open not unlike a crack in the sidewalk For example the Mad Revisionist when delving for an answer to the conspicuous non-existence of two rather large statues in the Parthenon states apparently it was lost in the first years of the Byzantine period after the Roman Empire conveniently converted to Christianity What a flippant excuse to explain away such glaring lack of evidence Revisionists are not so easily fooled Is the excuse flippant or is it credible I am sure with a little more research that one could see that the sources used to establish this point are credible This however leads to another technique used by the Mad Revisionist the fact that the evidence is controlled by the so-called establishment where experts are shepherds to our sheep we blindly trust that they would never lie to us Another technique used by the Mad Revisionist is to point out obscure inconsistencies that are
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