The skunk mobile is an Israeli invention used for crowd control and against rock throwing protesters. Dubbed the “whiff from hell,” it is also superbly fitted for “collective punishment” against entire communities given that the rancid odor lingers on for weeks. A reporter for Reuters described it in the following words:
Imagine taking a chunk of rotting corpse from a stagnant sewer, placing it in a blender and spraying the filthy liquid in your face. Your gag reflex goes off the charts and you can’t escape, because the nauseating stench persists for days.
In the following video, an IDF skunk mobile is shown in action rolling through a Palestinian neighborhood. Note that the houses are directly hosed down. Also note the considerable trajectory of the flatulence ejected from the hose. Israeli forces routinely douse entire Palestinians neighborhoods in skunk water, deliberately spraying it into private homes, businesses, schools and funerals in what the Israeli human rights group B’Tselem calls “a collective punitive measure” against Palestinian villages that engage in protest against Israel’s colonial violence.
While the manufacturer Odortec insists Skunk spray is non-toxic, the Association for Civil Rights in Israel (ACRI) warns that it “can cause pain and redness, if it comes into contact with eyes; irritation, if it comes into contact with skin; and, if swallowed, can cause abdominal pain requiring medical treatment.”
Like most Israeli weapons, Skunk is advertised by Odortec as having been “field-tested,” meaning Palestinians were used as human test subjects during the development process.
The recent document leaks from (((George Soros))) demonstrate an interest in policing “reform” and in funding riots such as in Ferguson. Apparently, this is also a good problem-reaction-solution business for the Tribe, as shortly after the riots, the St. Louis police department purchased the material. Defense One reported that distributor Mistral sold Skunk to police departments in Bossier City, Louisiana.
Under the cover of “counterterrorism training,” senior commanders from nearly every major U.S. police agency, including departments in Baltimore and St. Louis, have received training from Israel’s occupation regime on junkets that allow Israeli companies like Odortec to market their products directly to U.S. law enforcement executives.
BBC reported that the Israeli police force has high hopes of turning Skunk into a commercial venture and selling it to law-enforcement agencies overseas.
We learn that the weapon has been sold to Indian security goons, but that its effectiveness in that country is limited:
But turns out, even with the stink bombs, the ministry didn’t factor in one opponent: the Great Indian Nose.
Most ordinary Indians are surrounded by all kinds of foul smell since the day they are born and spend a lifetime negotiating various odours — at home, on the streets, on public transport, sometimes even at workplaces. No surprise they have a very high tolerance for stench.
So, when the CRPF forces conducted a test with these bombs in Delhi on a ‘captive crowd’, consisting of their own personnel and the general public, no one moved an inch.
“Maybe Indians have a higher threshold of tolerating stench,” an crestfallen official, who was a part of the test, had to admit.
Skunk mobiles, coming to a neighborhood near you.