Terrorist Attack Trading Cards

I was at Jamie’s Flea Market Saturday and I found some­thing that hit the mar­ket when I was 6 years old. Something that shows me what 17 years of bick­er­ing, glob­al re­or­ga­ni­za­tion and blood­shed has changed in the zeit­geist of America. Yeah, ba­si­cal­ly noth­ing.



Though these cards claim to be ed­u­ca­tion­al, it is well to bear in mind that any words of ed­u­ca­tion­al val­ue con­tained on the backs are re­fract­ed through a lens of ag­gres­sive and rhetor­i­cal American na­tion­al­ism. While ter­ror­ism is, in­deed, a ter­ri­ble thing, the type of ed­u­ca­tion that these col­lectible items pro­vide is an­tag­o­nis­tic and ig­no­rant of its own ef­fects. Moreover, they are both hi­lar­i­ous and sober­ing [a sort of shake-your head and laugh] to any per­son who has a de­cent abil­i­ty to sep­a­rate thoughts in­to sub­jec­tive and ob­jec­tive frames. So. You just need com­mon sense.

Benito Mussolini Terrorist Attack Trading Card

Mussolini was a ter­ror­ist? and a facist? If I had a face like Mussolini I def­i­nite­ly wouldn’t want to form a po­lit­i­cal par­ty about it. The fact that he was cap­tured by the par­ti­sans he op­pressed is not iron­ic, it is clos­er to po­et­ic jus­tice. It would be iron­ic if he was ex­e­cut­ed by his own par­ty for op­press­ing the par­ti­sans.


First off: “Bombs cre­ate the spec­tac­u­lar and safe types of de­struc­tion that ter­ror­ists are known for.” WHAT?!? To con­clude, end­ing a sen­tence in a prepo­si­tion ain’t good English. Thirdly, some­one ob­vi­ous­ly bust­ed out the the­saurus for ‘per­fid­i­ous.’

Margaret Thatcher Naked On A Cold Day

Beware of guys hid­ing be­hind trash cans and at­tempt­ing to hide be­hind build­ings but not do­ing a very good job of it be­cause their ri­fles stick way out. They blow up things. AMERICA SANCTIONED!


Of course they were go­ing to blow up the SoL. Drug-run­ning is an im­pos­si­ble pos­si­bil­i­ty. Our na­tion hu­mil­i­ates it­self just fine, thanks.


This guy looks like me when I had my beard. That creeps me out.


I can’t re­al­ly be fun­ny about any of these be­cause they are so ridicu­lous they speak for them­selves. Note the sub­tle jux­ta­po­si­tion of the last two sen­tences.


The Ayatullah looks like he is speak­ing to mass­es of peo­ple burn­ing in eter­nal damna­tion. He might be use­ful as a means to un­der­mine the Soviets. This card al­so in­vokes Godwin’s Law.


Thanks for play­ing! I won­der if Tom Clancy got his idea for The Sum of All Fears from this card. Goodbye!

17 thoughts on “Terrorist Attack Trading Cards

  1. Not many coun­tries would print these kind of things to chil­dren, but the US do…
    It’s true then, that in amer­i­ca you can do any­thing. even print ex­treme­ly racist, stu­pid, in­cor­rect cards — clear­ly in­tend­ed for kids. and get away with it! wow. any­way — geat site.

  2. yeah, it is trou­bling Fredrik, but it isn’t the US alone that does this kind of thing. it is just a bit eas­i­er here if you’ve got the cash. free­dom of speech pro­tects hate speech too and while the voic­es are al­lowed to be heard, hope­ful­ly smart peo­ple [or par­ents] can keep the mes­sages from be­ing tak­en lit­er­al­ly.

  3. I have dozens of this 35 card set. I sell them for $10 post­paid any­where in the U.S.

  4. Mind blow­ing. If I had the full set, 35 you say, I would get 35 wood­en closepins and at­tach all these diss­cust­ing im­ages of a world in se­ri­ous tur­moil to the spokes of my bi­cy­cle.

  5. Seems I can’t spell ei­ther. Oh well I’m sure that my point has been made. Please wake up peo­ple!

  6. The last card says the U.S. wouldn’t use nukes know­ing their dan­ger, but the Khaddafi card says to nuke him un­til his eyes glow.


  7. I just ac­quired a re­tail box with 36 of the wax packs. Every pack has 8 cards. The pa­per box is kin­da beat. Wish i could pho­to the box/​cards but my cam­era is at work. If any­body wants to buy them I will sell them all or trade.

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