Roger Pumper

Journalism has been in Roger Pumper’s blood since he began his first paper route in Kabul, Afghanistan, at the age of seven. After graduating from Cairo’s Al-Azhar University with a Doctorate in Animal Husbandry, Pumper worked as a fact-checker for Brian Williams and Bill O’Reilly. Pumper was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in 2002 for his investigative reporting on Iraq’s WMD program, though the award was later revoked. Pumper currently resides on a goat farm outside Kirachi, Pakistan.

 

Erdogan to Turn Istanbul Airport into a Mosque
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Erdogan to Turn Istanbul Airport into a Mosque

After successfully turning Hagia Sophia into a mosque, Turkish President and Middle Eastern Gollum look-alike, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, announced he now plans to convert the recently opened Istanbul Airport into a Muslim house of worship. Erdogan proposed handing the airport over to the Religious Affairs Directorate, which would close the $12 billion hub to air traffic and instead create a...

Saudi Arabia Celebrates Pride Month by Hanging Gays with Rainbow Noose
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Saudi Arabia Celebrates Pride Month by Hanging Gays with Rainbow Noose

Calling it a momentous step towards recognition of the LGBTQ+ community, Saudi Arabia announced that all homosexuals executed during pride month would be hung from a rainbow noose or beheaded with a rainbow-colored ax. Though human rights activists said much further process remains necessary, the announcement marks a major step forward for gay equality in the kingdom. “We have a...

Redskins to Change Name to ‘Washington Towelheads’
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Redskins to Change Name to ‘Washington Towelheads’

After years of protest from white people offended by the name “Redskins,” the Washington D.C. football franchise announced that it will change its name and begin the 2020 season as the “Washington Towelheads.” “Given the D.C. Metro area’s growing Arab population, we wanted to honor this new potential fanbase,” team owner Daniel Snyder said. “I Googled ‘nicknames for Arabs,’ and...

Assad Ends Attacks on Sunnis After Reading ‘Alawite Fragility’
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Assad Ends Attacks on Sunnis After Reading ‘Alawite Fragility’

Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad has called off his attacks on the country’s Sunni population after reading Angela de Robin’s bestseller Alawite Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for Alawite Dictators to Talk About Sectarianism. Assad, who had waged a nearly decade-long war on his country’s Sunnis and Kurds, said the book opened his eyes to his own subconscious bias against Muslims...

ISIS, White Supremacists Announce Merger to Form Mega-Terror Group
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ISIS, White Supremacists Announce Merger to Form Mega-Terror Group

In a move that will create a virtual monopoly on the terror industry, what remains of the radical Islamist group ISIS has agreed to merge with the worldwide white supremacist movement. The merger was announced in a joint press conference between ISIS leader Abu Ibrahim al-Qurashi and Richard Spencer, the president of the National Policy Institute. “Frankly, there were a...

UNRWA II Established for CHAZ Refugees

UNRWA II Established for CHAZ Refugees

The United Nations has launched a second UN Relief and Works Agency to support refugees from the now-defunct nation of CHAZ. The agency, which will be called UNRWA II, will provide services for the dozens of refugees evicted from their country when the regime of Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan invaded and ethnically cleansed the enclave. “Many of those forced to...

Trump Proposes Turning Hagia Sophia into Casino

Trump Proposes Turning Hagia Sophia into Casino

Looking to find a compromise between proponents of keeping the site as a museum and those looking to turn it into a mosque, President Donald Trump has released a plan to turn the famed Hagia Sophia in Istanbul into a state-of-the-art casino. Trump’s proposal comes as a Turkish court considers a plan to turn the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which...

British Protests, Violence Mark 244 Years Since Expulsion from American Colonies
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British Protests, Violence Mark 244 Years Since Expulsion from American Colonies

As Americans put social distancing on hold to celebrate the 244th anniversary of its independence with illegal barbeques at forbidden gatherings due to the novel coronavirus, rage in the United Kingdom set in as the British mark what they called the “Proper Mess,” British for ‘catastrophe‘. Peaceful protests against the United States’ independence turned violent, as clashes broke out between NATO...

ISIS Wins Left-Wing Support After Changing Name to Anti-ISIS

ISIS Wins Left-Wing Support After Changing Name to Anti-ISIS

Islamic terror group ISIS has seen a surge in popularity, particularly among left-leaning millennials, after officially changing its name to “Anti-ISIS.” The group emphasized that it has not altered its mission or ideology and will continue to inflict mass casualty attacks on innocent civilians, primarily in the Muslim World. But calling itself Anti-ISIS has allowed the group to frame all...

Bubba Wallace Calls FBI After Mistaking Blackout Curtain for ISIS Flag

Bubba Wallace Calls FBI After Mistaking Blackout Curtain for ISIS Flag

FBI investors have determined that NASCAR racer Bubba Wallace was not the victim of a terror attack after an investigation revealed that the black curtain hanging over his window was not, in fact, an ISIS flag. Wallace called police after entering his home and finding what appeared to be the black ISIS flag hanging in front of his window. The...

ISIS Fighters Hope They Didn’t Look as Lame as CHAZ
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ISIS Fighters Hope They Didn’t Look as Lame as CHAZ

With the autonomous region of CHAZ now receiving increasing attention over its efforts to separate from Seattle, ISIS veterans have sought reassurance that their own breakaway efforts did not appear similarly pathetic. “When we broke apart from Syria and Iraq and declared our own country, I gotta admit, we all thought it was pretty badass,” says one early ISIS recruit....

Taliban, ISIS to Advise Antifa on Destroying Statues
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Taliban, ISIS to Advise Antifa on Destroying Statues

Calling the recent US trend of angry mobs destroying statues “inspiring but a bit amateur,” leaders of ISIS and the Taliban have agreed to send advisors to Antifa and other far left groups on how to erase historical artifacts. “Destroying all art, culture and history from previous eras is obviously constructive,” said ISIS leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi. “But they’ve got...

Palestinians Can’t Believe How Quickly CHAZ Achieved Statehood
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Palestinians Can’t Believe How Quickly CHAZ Achieved Statehood

With their own struggle for statehood going on 55 years, Palestinians told The Mideast Beast that they are shocked at how rapidly the Capital Hill Autonomous Zone, or CHAZ, has achieved independence. CHAZ, which covers several blocks of territory previously controlled by Seattle, was established earlier this week, with Seattle immediately withdrawing its forces and recognizing the zone’s independence. “Why...

Al-Qaeda to Sue Antifa for Copyright Infringement
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Al-Qaeda to Sue Antifa for Copyright Infringement

Saying that the radical leftist group had emulated both its look and political views without authorization, al-Qaeda announced that it is filing a lawsuit against the American “antifa” organization. “Listen, we were doing the whole ‘dress in black, cover your face and run around screaming about hating America’ thing 20 years ago,” Ayman al-Zawahiri, al-Qaeda’s leader, told The Mideast Beast....

Taliban Leader Pissed his Op-Ed Didn’t Trigger Collapse of NYT
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Taliban Leader Pissed his Op-Ed Didn’t Trigger Collapse of NYT

With staff at The New York Times in revolt and the editorial page editor leaving his position over the decision to publish an op-ed by a Republican senator, Taliban deputy leader Sirajuddin Haqqani said he is deeply offended that his own column just months earlier engendered no such response. “We helped Osama bin Laden carry out 9/11, then spent 20...

Dems to Redefine Hate Crime as ‘Disagreeing with Ilhan Omar About Anything’
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Dems to Redefine Hate Crime as ‘Disagreeing with Ilhan Omar About Anything’

Claiming that existing language did not go far enough to protect victims of racism and Islamophobia, House Democrats have passed a bill redefining the term “hate crime” to include “any criticism of, or disagreement with, Representative Ilhan Omar.” The bill comes after Omar’s description of the September 11 attacks as “some people did something” sparked outrage and led to criticism...

ISIS Upset No One Can Tell It Blacked Out Its Profile Picture

ISIS Upset No One Can Tell It Blacked Out Its Profile Picture

The Islamic State is reportedly regretting its decision to use a black flag as its emblem, as followers of the terror group on social media are unable to tell that it supported #BlackOutTuesday. Across Facebook and Instagram, users posted pictures of a black background, some with white writing, to express their opposition to racism and support for the Black Lives...

Erdogan Blasts Minneapolis Police for Releasing Journalist

Erdogan Blasts Minneapolis Police for Releasing Journalist

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has lashed out at Minneapolis police over the arrest of CNN reporter Omar Jimenez, calling it an outrage that the journalist was released within an hour with no apparent signs of torture. “The way Mr. Jimenez was treated is appalling, inexcusable and a black mark on America’s treatment of the press,” Erdogan said. “The guy...