Tuesday, September 19, 2017

"Are You a Candidate for the USA Drone Kill List? Take the Quiz to Find Out!"

The Kill List is exactly what it sounds like: a list of individuals the US is targeting for death with drones.

The list is based on data collected by the US and its allies – including the UK. This data is often misused and misinterpreted, leading to innocent people being mistakenly put on the list and killed.

Could you end up on the List if you lived in a conflict zone? Take our short quiz and find out.

1. HAVE YOU EVER ANSWERED A CALL FROM SOMEONE YOU DON’T KNOW? [A simple YES or NO]

2. HAVE YOU EVER TAKEN OR DRIVEN A TAXI?

3. HAVE YOU EVER POSTED ABOUT CURRENT EVENTS ON SOCIAL MEDIA?

4. HAVE YOU EVER TRAVELLED DOWN AN UNFAMILIAR ROAD?

5. HAVE YOU EVER LOST A PET?

6. Are you male and aged between 18 and 80?

If you lived in Pakistan and Yemen, answering yes to any one of these questions could put you on the "Kill List" or leave you at risk of being killed in a US drone strike.

Congrats for making the Pentagon's 'To Do' list. Right now, our drones have their bloody hands full in the ME, SW Asia and the Horn of Africa, but soon, very SOON, they'll be flying over the USSA, looking for YOU.

One of our Hellfire reps will be making contact at that time for an explosive evening of entertainment!

2 comments:

  1. Greg, have you heard what our master nutty has declared on twitter?

    "In over 30 years in my experience with the UN, I never heard a bolder or more courageous speech."
    https://twitter.com/netanyahu/status/910165098567802881

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  2. Trump must of given Nutty a Blowjob while President Kushner was there with a rag to wipe off any stains.

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