A propaganda video published late last week to YouTube by an online “news” and “current events” channel run by the Al Jazeera Media Network shows a group of Texans preparing to fight Islamic terrorists with bullets dipped in pig’s blood.
A post at Controversial Times said:
Leave it to Texans to rise to the occasion and meet violent Islamic extremists on their own terms. This group isn’t simply interested in dispatching terrorists, they want to spiritually decimate any would-be insurgents. And this crew is taking their training seriously. The pork products make the bullets “Haraam” or unclean to a radical Jihadist.
“The next step in Jihad does not involve random, sporadic attacks,” said Bureau of American Islamic Relations (BAIR) spokesperson David Wright. “They started killing people. They started slaughtering people wholesale.”
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“Do you really expect me to stand here and wait until we get to that point? I’m not going to wait until we get to that point. I’m going to start doing something about it now,” he added.
The group says it is very concerned about the proposed influx of Muslim migrants into the country, especially given what has happened in Europe. This, they say, could lead to open revolt. And they’re getting ready…
“A lot of us here are using either pig’s blood or bacon grease on our bullets, packing it in the middle, so that when you shoot a Muslim, they go straight to hell. That’s what they believe in their religion,” Wright added.
This isn’t the first time the idea has been floated, as I reported back in 2013.
Here’s the video, courtesy of AJ+.
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