07 December 2011

General John 'Black Jack' Pershing
on Dealing with Islamic Terrorism

Although the indigenous uprising following American victory in the Philippine Islands (conducted by our former allies in the fight against the Spanish) ended formally in July 1902, various insurgent groups were determined to fight on. A great number of these were Moro terrorists, ancestors of today's MNLF
Moro National Liberation Front)a bloodthirsty group of Islamic seperatists funded by nice people like Iran and 
-until recently- Moammar Gaddafi.

The legend goes that after continued terrorist attacks on US troops and installations -in addition to the massacre of captured American soldiers- General Pershing sent a mission out to round-up 50 adult male perps. Back at the base, they were promptly strapped to wooden poles, execution-style.

As the firing squad had been ordered -and to the resolute horror of the Moro captives- a couple pigs were freshly slaughtered right in front of them. They then soaked their bullets in the blood and fat prior to loading.

After executing the first 49 -who according to the Koran were automatically barred from Paradise (even while dying a martyr) due to porcine 'contamination'- Pershing had the bodies unceremoniously tossed into a mass grave with the residual pig carcasses/entrails piled-high on top, a yummy snack for the confounded jihadis to enjoy on the way to Hell.

The 50th Islamist was then cut loose to go tell everybody back at the encampment exactly what he'd just witnessed... and for 
42 years, there was not a single Muslim terrorist attack anywhere in the world... how bout that.

True story? The libs at Snopes couldn't disprove it... and imo shows the amazing potential of today's innovative Plant-a-Pig program(!)
Fittingly, it was the American Pershing II missile -installed in western Europe by Ronald Reagan in the 80s- that perhaps tipped the Cold War's balance and put the Soviet Union back on their heels for good. 

And don't forget the mighty, Tiger-crushing M-26 Pershing heavy tank: General John 'Black Jack' Pershing was a prized mentor to Bradley, Marshall, Patton, and Eisenhower- no less. 

As for the terrorism... Ole Blood-n-Guts also had a thing or two to say about that -here-