It brings a tear to my eye when I think back to the times when I used to work in those areas among such wonderful people who would share the last crust of bread with you, when all around they are still being robbed, pillaged
and raped by this Government.
"They went in there and raped and pillaged
For some, the motivation was the loot that could be pillaged
from the towns they ransacked.
Byzantine frescoes pillaged
from a church in Cyprus have found a glorious new resting place in a modern chapel that uses panels of translucent glass to evoke a thrilling sense of the numinous.
Nine centuries after the First Crusade, hundreds of Christians are again on their way to Jerusalem -- this time with a message of apology to Muslims and Jews for the atrocities committed as their predecessors murdered, raped and pillaged
their way to the Holy Land.
Africans, often directly abetted by British forces, destroyed and pillaged
"The Amber Room," Berwick informed us, "refers directly to King Frederick of Prussia's monumental gift to Peter the Great" that was later "pillaged
by the Germans in World War II ...
"Panama was (and still is) a country with cancer, a conquered land pillaged
by vandals," the authors write in typically purple form.
"I think it is the most beautiful country in the world and the people were just gracious and lovely considering they have been raped and pillaged
by the English for so long."
A SCREENWRITER is claiming Walt Disney pillaged
drawings and characters he created for their blockbuster Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl.
the Iraqi National Museum in Baghdad and last week it emerged that US authorities had recovered almost 40,000 manuscripts and 700 artifacts that were missing.
The film's visual track largely consists of stock footage, "pillaged
," to use Forsyth's word, from various sources and occasionally intercut with images of Debord.
IT'S hard to imagine the days when infamous pirate Jose Gaspar plundered and pillaged
the Florida coastline - especially when you've got bands cranking out reggae, rock, blues, country and jazz in clubs and bars all over town.
England's greatest all-rounder and Daily Mirror columnist said it was unfair to leave a momentous decision, with huge political overtones, to Hussain's players when Zimbabwe was being "systematically raped and pillaged
" under president Robert Mugabe's regime.