This Dutch biker gang has apparently headed to the front lines to fight off ISIS with the Kurds. Check it out.
Members of the No Surrender Motorcycle Club, a Dutch biker gang, have reportedly joined up with Kurds fighting ISIS in Northern Iraq and Syria, and a Dutch public prosectutor in The Hague (yes, that The Hague) is apparently totally on board with this plan.
I honestly have no idea how a club made up of what entirely appears to be slightly-older-than-middle-aged men is actually going to fight the international terror, murder, and enslavement group, but gosh darn it, they’re doing it, according to Agence France-Presse:
The head of No Surrender, Klaas Otto, told state broadcaster NOS that three members who travelled to near Mosul in northern Iraq were from Dutch cities Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Breda.
A photograph on a Dutch-Kurdish Twitter account shows a tattooed Dutchman called Ron in military garb, holding a Kalashnikov assault rifle while sat with a Kurdish comrade.
And the best part about this whole story is that there’s something uniquely Dutch about the whole thing. It’s very law-and-order focused, yet surprisingly lax at the same time.