Anti-terrorism device designed to spray Muslims with pig’s blood has Muslim heads exploding. An American inventor has been hit with ‘Islamophobia’ claims after applying for a patent on his controversial invention.
UK Mirror (h/t Linda R) An American inventor has unveiled an offensive (to muslims) “anti-terror” system designed to spray Muslims with pig blood. The highly controversial device is the work of tinpot tinkerer Franklin R Lacy, who works in Tampa, Florida.
He has applied for a patent on a “system for protecting against terrorist and illegal invasion” which cruelly exploits the Islamic ban on eating or even handling pork. He learned of the strict Islamic laws on pig blood during “extensive travels” in the Middle East.
His invention involves placing containers of clearly labelled pig blood in sensitive areas, in the hope suicide attackers would avoid detonating a bomb nearby for fear of getting covered in it. These vials of blood could be attached to trip wires and spray Muslims with the forbidden substance if they enter a certain area.
“It will keep suicide bombers from blowing themselves up near the container of pig blood because they believe that they would be guaranteed not to go to heaven,” Lacy wrote.
This is not the first time pigs have been roped into war against Muslims. In 2010, a patent application was filed for a similar pork-based “suicide bomb deterrent”.
A firm called South Fork Industries from Idaho has also released a pork-laced bullet called Jihawg which is designed to “send Islamist terrorists… to hell”
Fiyaz Mughal, director of the interfaith group Faith Matters, said the device has “been created by someone who seeks to humiliate specific faiths.” “The patent is particularly troubling if used against Jews or Muslims, because it would be deeply offensive and insulting to their faith and beliefs,” Mughal continued. (Jews don’t care because aren’t blowing people up and it isn’t a food product)
“It also means that such a product could foment community tensions and so this is very troubling indeed. (That”s the idea) One has to wonder about the mindset of someone producing such a product.”
An earlier version of an anti-Muslim spray: