The Truth about Goats
Britain can’t get enough of Jihadist propaganda, particularly in the form of kittens being beheaded or suicide bombers slipping on ice – all voiced by Harry ‘al-Baghdadi’ Hill. A recent study suggests that the UK, compared to the rest of Europe, has more clicks for extremist ‘What happens next?’ – all of which, usually conclude with a loud bang and wah wah waaah trombone noise.
The popularity of Jihadist bloopers first started in the 80s when a case of mistaken identity with Salman Rushdie’s fatwa, saw Stanley Kubrick ritually slaughtered. Arguably the US can claim to have invented the first slapstick Afghan wedding video, with their own homemade drone camera.
Recent bloopers include such farces as a shoe bomber forgetting to tie his shoelaces, two lone bombers bumping into each other and the UK’s foreign policy. Jihadist comedy has been syndicated in a variety of countries – the most popular being ‘Animals do the funniest things, when strapped to Semtex’.
Under section 58 of the Terrorism Act, it is an offence to possess information about, but not material which glorifies, terrorism – hence a never ending stream of ‘Jackass’ movies. Home Secretary Amber Rudd claims that Daesh poses a threat online but ITV have also said that any winning entry will get £250 and the chance to start their own caliphate.