Why are Jihadis obsessed with Red Mercury?


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What did i just read?!?! I’m confused and frightened. Hold me Rob


#4

But Shadow Ops: Red Mercury!
A video game would never make up a fictional ultra-weapon!!!


#5

Now I’m wondering if it’s illegal to sell fake weapons of mass destruction.


#6

Also, a hiding place. Because Daesh are going to want to find him to get their money back, and to find out what he did with the real Red Mercury. :wink:


#7

Thank god that sample has the sprinkles on top. They operate as control rods.

And flavor enhancers.


#8

Well, everyone knows how powerful Red Kryptonite from the planet Krypton is for doing evil, so it only makes sense that Red Mercury from the planet Mercury would have similar properties…


#9

Pfft. . . yeah right, more blatantly obvious disinformation on the part of the Western Media, a poor attempt to thwart our glorious mujahideen in their quest for Red Mercury. Shake in fear America, we have already purchased your famed Brooklyn Bridge.


#10

Isn’t this the same as the Nazi ancient artefacts squad? That ideologies will devote endless resources to pursuing a, for want of a better term, Holy Grail, despite all evidence to the contrary? (I guess it’s better they do that than pursue something as equally unfounded as “trickle-down economics” though, because at least when they fail it doesn’t have any longer term effects.)


#11

The official novel of the movie of the novel!


#12

just keep a bullet proof vest on and keep your Deloria running.


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#14

*Delorean

… so close!


#15

And now that we have the bridge, we will paralyze New York by closing a lane or two… BWA HA HA…


#16

I have some “ice 9” I’d like to sell them.


#17

Deloria is plural.


#18

Red matter! I wondered where they got that idea…


#19

Well, the GOP sure as fuck is… Shaking in fear and turning to fascism like it’s some kind of magic cure-all. Humans: we are very dangerous monkeys.


#20

Mercuric sulfide, or cinnabar, is bright red and has been used in certain “alternative medicines”. Coincidence?