|Who writes Malala's speeches? Certainly not Malala. Who coaches and prompts her? Who ghost wrote I Am Malala, shown here for sale in Islamabad, Pakistan bookshop? (B.K. Bangash/AP)|
|They put me up to it. Is Pakistani education advocate Malala Yousafzai a CIA puppet like Barack Barry Soetoro Obama? They both won the Nobel Peace Prize|
|CIA Station Chief Agee blew the whistle|
[Excellent PR] “She is (the) pride of Pakistan; she has made her countrymen proud,” PM Shareef is quoted as saying in a statement from his office. “Her achievement is unparalleled and unequaled.… Girls and boys of the world should take lead from her struggle and commitment.” And Prime Minister Modi tweeted:
However, not everyone was pleased with the committee’s decision. Tariq Khattak, a former editor at the Pakistan Observer, doesn’t think that Malala deserved the award.
It's a Western conspiracy!
|Google corporation is controlled by the CIA/U.S. government to facilitate spying.|
|CIA owns everyone in the major media.|
“And the father of Malala and Malala have done nothing at all. Her father is a good salesman, that’s it. And the daughter has also become a salesgirl. And they are dancing on the tunes of West.
“Their appearance is like Pakistanis or Muslims, that’s all -- only appearances. Otherwise, they are tools or puppets of the West. They should not have been given any award. They don’t deserve anything.”
|U.S. and CIA torture in their secret prisons.|
|I used to spy for the CIA using sex and guns.|
“She is a girl -- a normal, useless type of a girl,” Khattak [misspoke and corrected himself]. “She’s nothing special, nothing in her is special at all except they are selling what the West would buy happily.”
He went on to say he believed Yousafzai was “spying for the West.”
Mr. Khattak isn’t alone in promoting conspiracy theories about young Malala Yousafzai.
The CIA went partially rogue long ago.
|At Harvard. I want my 15 mins (Jessica Rinaldi/AP)|
“I don’t think it would be far-fetched to say that the majority of Pakistanis now believe that Malala is a conspiracy,” Shadid said. “And I think the tragedy of the story is that this is a girl who gave her heart and soul, her life, to Pakistan, still continues to do so, is loved everywhere, and will continue to fight for girls in Pakistan.” More
|Even joke news is infiltrated and biased. Jon Stewart is not paid $30 million/yr for nothing.|