U.S. Turns to ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Writer for Anti-ISIS Propaganda – The Daily Beast

The Obama administration is turning to HBO, Snapchat, and a controversial, Oscar-winning screenwriter to help them fight ISIS.

Earlier this year, the State Department convened a group of friends in the U.S. film industry, social media, and premium cable TV to brainstorm ways to counter jihadist propaganda.


That’s right: College grads with their bright ideas are going to wage information warfare against ISIS when they probably don’t even know what information warfare even is. Information warfare is the interplay of informational structures which reside in a higher dimension. It’s a little more complicated than the production of propaganda.

This genius nation has a military, right? You got all those fancy satellites? The solution here isn’t to make a movie, it’s to exterminate that band of cavemen who consider it morally proper to keep eight-year-old sex slaves, both male and female. How hard is it? How hard is it to drop some bombs and lob some cruise missiles? Never has this world seen a more morally auspicious occasion to exterminate an entire class of human.

ISIS is an apocalyptic death cult. Help them on their way. Consider it target practice.

I am America’s Senior Comedian. Thank you for your kind attention in this matter.