Friday, October 12, 2012

Tunisian Kiddies Magazine Publishes 'How To Make A Molotov Cocktail'

Because children need to know how to concoct a Molotov cocktail, a 'how-to' was just published in a Tunisian kiddies magazine. Not that you can't find that information on the Internet. Thankfully, however, there are concerned citizens suing "Qaws Qouzah" or "Rainbow" in English, a popular magazine catering to boys and girls between 5 to 15 for their asinine decision.

Some of the details printed in the article, include:

“Molotov cocktail – is a home-made incendiary weapon which consists of a glass bottle and a folded cloth dipped in a flammable liquid – oil, alcohol, petrol,” the article read.

“The name was coined by Finnish soldiers in World War II in honor of Vyacheslav Molotov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union during the Winter War, also known as the Soviet-Finnish war of 1939-1940,” it said, according to Bloomberg.

“The unit should be ignited and thrown at the enemy. After the initial contact, the bottle breaks and penetrates the target,” it read.

A judge will decide what and whether the publishers will be charged with. Incitement to violence is one possibility.

Nothing like teaching them young, especially since Molotov cocktails are often the cheap weapon of choice for your common protester.

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