We recently featured the news that Anonymous were planning an ISIS trolling day on Friday the 11th of December. That date has come and gone now, and we’re left with the fruits of the internet’s collective trolling labour. Anonymous asked the internet to get involved, and the internet responded.
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As expected: there’s plenty of ducks dressed in full jihadi garb, animated favourites superimposed on the bodies of ISIS fighters and even mini skirts.
The pictures are circulating on Twitter with the hashtags #Daesh, #Daeshbags, #Isistrollingday and #opISIS.
Check out some of the best of the internet’s response below.
— Glenn Homburg (@GlennHmbrg) December 11, 2015
— cu sois (@cusois) December 12, 2015
— Anonymous (@AnonyOpNews) December 8, 2015
— TKrypt (@TheKryptonian__) December 11, 2015
— Cal Perry (@calmsnbc) December 11, 2015
— Lisa Huts (@HutsLihuts) December 11, 2015
— Alessandro Barbin (@ale_barbin) December 11, 2015
Very good response to the task at hand I’d say. I doubt ISIS will enjoy seeing these delightful adaptions. Whether or not these will have any discernible impact on their bleak outlook is obviously doubtful, but funny little jibes like these go someway in denting the fear-factor they so wish to instil in everyone.
If you’re wondering where things stand in the real world, as opposed to on the internet, well, Putin has just casually threatened nuclear action in Syria. So, make of that what you will.