I mean, what you might do, is freeze dry the bodies of fifteen or twenty pigs, and then somehow or other pulverize the freeze dried material into microscopically fine powder, and somehow or other devise some sort of a compressed air bomb which, blown off at altitude, would saturate the entire land it was blown off over with pork dust so that nobody living anywhere close could hope to remain uncontaminated.
Kosovo would be as good a place as any to test such a thing.
You'll laugh, but "pigs" is precisely how Serbs managed to finance their last fight against the Turks!
In the old days, Serbs used to roast lambs for big holidays -- Christmas, Easter, Slavas, so they came up with the idea of "taxing lambs" to finance a revolution. Problem was that the Ottoman Turks liked lamb, too -- and would just confiscate the lambs, so that idea didn't work. So the Serbs switched to serving "pig" for big holidays and "taxing pork" to raise the funds for a revolt. It worked very well, because the Muslim Turks wouldn't touch a pig -- it worked so well that "a pig" was actually on the Serbian flag for a while to honor its contribution to freedom from the Turks!
So your idea is a really good one, Tom. Surprised that a Serb didn't think of it!