An ammunition manufacturer is selling pork laced bullets.
Why, you ask? Well, you can shoot Muslims with them, and the contact with pork will make them go straight to hell, according to this deeply offensive company.
According to the company, the ammo is a "peaceful and natural deterrent to radical Islam."
|The incredibly offensive pork bullets|
I'm not sure how shooting somebody with a bullet, pork laced or not, is "peaceful and natural," but what do I know?
All this is pretty offensive, as you've already figured out, but just for the record, here's their advertising spiel:
"With Jihawg Ammo, ou don't just kill an Islamist terrorist, you also send him to hell. That should give would0-be martyrs something to think about before they launch an attack. If it ever becomes necessary to defend yourself and those around you our ammo works on two levels."
A lot has been written on what a completely odious thing these bullets are, so I'll let that go. I'll just ridicule the bullet maker instead, since they don't seem to command our respect.
But I have some practical questions about this.
Suppose you somehow need these bullets in a hurry because you suspect some marauding Muslims in your neighborhood (Never mind most Muslims don't "maraud" and are certainly unlikely to do so in your neighborhood)
By the time you get your bullets in your gun, it'll probably be too late to do anything about it. Unless you always keep pork-laced bullets in your firearm, which is another issue.
Also, you should always keep your guns and ammunition locked in a safe place, but the pork bullets add another dimension. I imagine dogs and other animals trying to get at them for a taste. Wouldn't that be dangerous, if Fido literally bites the bullet?
Also, I have almost no expertise on all things Muslim, but yeah, maybe they're not allowed to voluntarily consume pork. But if they are somehow injected with pork against their will, via bullet or otherwise, it's not their fault. Wouldn't they be given a pass by Allah or something?
Somebody smarter than me has to tell me what the score is there.