Cherson & Molschky: Pakistan up to its usual tricks

After the recent earthquake in Nepal, the fundamentally anti-Hindu nation of Pakistan pledged to help the Nepalese people in their time of need.

A hundred Pakistani soldiers and a large quantity of food was sent to Nepal.

The world was shocked by this humanitarian move.

The strangest thing about this help was that the Pakistani government had sent members of its Army, who had previously refused to save Hindus and Sikhs in flooded regions of Punjab and Sindh, stating that Islam ordered them to give priority to saving Muslims.

Now these same people are sent to do rescue work and carry out a relief operation in a Hindu-majority nation.

However, it did not take long to shatter this illusion since a large part of the relief food contains Masala beef…

  • Rosenmops

    The next time there is an earthquake or flood in Pakistan let’s send a plane-load of bacon.