In a move that will create a virtual monopoly on the terror industry, 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 Bakr al-Baghdadi and Richard Spencer, the president of the National Policy Institute.
“Frankly, there were a lot of obstacles to getting this deal done,” Spencer told reporters. “Namely, we hate Arabs and Muslims, and they hate whites and infidels.”
But despite this challenge, the diverse set of groups, which also included jihadi organizations from across the Middle East and Africa, were able to come together under a shared ideological platform.
“While we may not see eye-to-eye on every little issue, we are on the same page when it comes to the big picture,” Baghdadi explained. “And that is that killing innocent people because they do not meet our standard of racial or religious purity is totally awesome.”