A Pakistani Tale of Phony Politics, Propaganda, and Photoshop

Code Pink is naively but enthusiastically fuelling a national psyche prevalent in Pakistan, of a nation that a) is easily embarrassed, with often deadly consequences for global security; b) in severe denial, turns to blaming the US or India (or the Freemasons, those meddling bastards!) in the event of any challenge the country faces whatsoever, c) often has nothing to say of Taliban atrocities against civilians, and d) skillfully uses the language of the liberal left to justify this bizarre worldview (something they may have picked up from the contemporary liberal left of the West).

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