The scene looks grim until the trio breaks out in dance and starts singing about a sea snake.
In a dimly lit room, three men face the camera. One is bound, kneeling on the floor. The clothed man to his right is holding a torch, and the third threateningly holds a hacksaw in his hand.
Despite the pot-bellied and bare-chested individuals in the group, one immediately assumes they must be a part of Daesh and are conducting a recorded execution.
That is, until seconds into the video, the tribe breaks out in dance and starts singing about a sea snake.
For understood reasons, the video (above) has gone viral.
Reports The Star, the activists uploaded the humorous video a week after the terror group threatened to carry out attacks in 60 countries, including Mexico.
Mexico has participated in the coalition against the extremist group and is the only Latin American country threatened.
But the individuals in this parody clearly aren’t concerned. They broke out to the popular Mexican song called Vibora de la Mar – The Sea Snake.
Traditionally, the song is played as part of a game involving children dancing conga-style through an arch. It’s also often featured at weddings.
Said one of the fans, Julio Tello:
“The video is great and the jokes as well. It’s time we told those evil people we’re not afraid of them.”
But another concerned commenter stated: “I swear the people who posted that video online are not Mexicans because a Mexican wouldn’t put his life at risk laughing at those madmen.”
Either way, these guys aren’t standing down to Daesh, and neither are thousands of other activists who recently trolled the hell out of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
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