Weaponized Barbecue?

We’re sorry for having been so inexcusably lazy of late, but this one… Well, you’d have to have a heart of stone to not laugh your arse off when reading it.

Backstory is that the murderous paleoswinian terrorists currently wasting good Israeli shekels taking up perfectly good space in Israeli prisons when we all know that a .22 to the back of the head would be much cheaper, not to mention more appropriate, have decided to go on a hunger strike, protesting whatever. Prison conditions, we think, but we don’t much care.

Much like the paleoswinian subbeasts didn’t care about the multitude of innocent Israeli men, women and children that they murdered, raped and mutilated.

Anyway, a few members of the Tribe saw an opportunity that just couldn’t be missed.

Members of the National Union Party setup a large barbecue with fans directing the smell of the food towards Ofer Prison in an attempt to mock those continuing the hunger strike, which was launched on Monday, April 17, in response to poor prison conditions. Ofer Sofer, an organizer of the barbecue, said, “At this moment (the hunger strikers) will smell the food’s scent and maybe later in the evening they will see it on television. It is a bunch of terrorists who are threatening us with hunger strike. We are happy that they are on strike. Let them have this strike as long as they want.”

So say we all. Let them strike right up until they croak, even though we all know that they don’t have the balls to do that. Those mooselimb cowards don’t have balls, period.

Unfortunately, some boring spoilsports from the Israeli police shut down the barbecue, but at least the point was made, and we hope that enough smell of lovely, crisp, sizzling meat made it into the prison to make those animals’ lives even more miserable than they already are.

Mazel tov!

Thatisall.

2 comments

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    I’m assuming that they weren’t BBQ’ing pork? That would have been the topper.
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    emily_nelson growls and barks:

    In Israel? I don’t think so! You can eat pork if you want in Israel but it isn’t a Jewish response.