Under a special contract from the Georgia State legislature, a Taliban demolition team from Afghanistan began the destruction of racist Confederate war memorial Stone Mountain.
“They asked us to leave the horses,” said Taliban spokesperson M’Ballz Es-Hari.
Georgia had previously looked into having Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis and Stonewall Jackson remodeled into Native Americans, but gave up on the plan as too costly.
Es-Hari’s team travels with their own RPG’s and artillery, and said they had little difficulty with U.S. customs and travel arrangements. “Americans don’t want to appear insensitive to Muslims, so they just waved us through,” noted M’Ballz.
Es-Hari’s team gained International notoriety when they destroyed the priceless Bamiyan Budda’s.
“Yeah, that really put us on the map for mopping up politically incorrect monuments,” added Es-Hari. “Our motto is ‘like it was never there’.”
Due to continued politically correct hysteria the Taliban team may have some additional work while they are in the U.S.
“We’re waiting on authorization to do some work on Mount Rushmore,” said Es-Hari. “If we get the go ahead from Congress we’ll blast off the two ex-slaveowners on the left [Washington and Jefferson].”
According to M’Ballz Es-Hari, “We almost had a contract to blow up Redskin’s Stadium, but couldn’t get the permits in time.”