Operation Allahu Quackbar

isisquacksOperation “Allahu Quackbar” is now in full effect. The Internet trolls are out in force to destroy ISIS’ images by photoshopping their heads, replacing faces with yellow ducks.

ISIS thinks they’re cool. They believe they’re mean and nasty, so some brilliant person set out to fix that image.  Not so tough looking now, are they?

The Guardian reported that a 4Chan user posted,

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 “How about castrating the image of Isis by replacing the faces on ALL the propaganda photos with bath ducks?”  


Maxim.com continued the fun by writing,

Operation “Allahu Quackbar” has since taken the Internet by storm. Of course, a bunch of silly memes aren’t as effective as, say, a laser-guided GBU-28 missile, but considering ISIS relies heavily on slick propaganda videos and images to recruit naive youngsters from around the world, changing the way the terrorist organization is perceived is crucial to disrupting ISIS’s enrollment efforts. Perhaps the next time some lonely 18-year-old virgin from the suburbs of Michigan is considering buying a plane ticket to Syria, he’ll stumble across these photos and think, “Hey, maybe joining the Islamic State isn’t the best way to overcompensate for my micropenis after all!”

You should all try your hand at it.




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