Written by Jaggedone

Monday, 15 April 2019

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This species of wingless birds is not to be confused with the deadly, genetically manipulated 'IBIS' version!

Disturbing images of a wingless bird attacking non-believers in Outer Mongolia, have gone viral across the internet!

The bird, originally from New Zealand, has infiltrated mainland Asia and is spreading its wings across the planet on a "Ornithological Jihad" determined to wipe out non-believing ornithologists who only believe a real bird is one with wings, and not wingless!

One ornithologist, intensively observing a group of bald-headed vultures devouring the leftovers of a Mongolian gnu caught in a 'desert-storm' in the treacherous, waterless, Gobi desert, was attacked from behind, and pecked to death.

Other ornithologists have been attacked whilst observing eagles hovering above innocent Mongolian rabbits, ready to rip their heads off. The wingless birds are a camouflaged species especially adapted for 'Desert Warfare' against infidels and, after attacking the enemy, it has been confirmed they squawk, "Allah is Almighty!"

The US military are studying drone images of the bird attacks, and George Bush has given Trump advice on how to stop the spread of this "Ornithological Jihad". And here is his advice:

"Well, Donald, you being a dead duck, know the best way to stop these attacks is to preach the following text to your army of Christian crusaders; A wingless bird on your hairless head is worth two in my Bush!"

PS: This spoof has been adapted by the makers of 'Peaky Blinders' and will be called 'Pecking Bounders'.

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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