Why Malala Yousafzai Should Not Win the Nobel Prize

How Not to be Pakistani

Malala

Because we won’t be able to take it. We can barely take the nomination; if she were to actually be awarded the prize, some sort of bhook hartaal and tire burning and fatwa screaming would likely ensue. As a country, we fucking hate Malala Yousafzai.

In my misguided quest to let every voice be heard and attempt to engage whoever I’m talking to in civilized discourse – regardless of how unfortunate their beliefs may be – I’ve run into many a Malala hater from all walks of life. I’d say there are more people who hate Malala over here than Justin Bieber. That in itself points to how twisted things have gotten.

After all, she is a 16 year old CIA super-soldier, right? She hasn’t actually done anything for peace, it’s all one big drama, the whole shooting her in the face thing was staged by the CIA at the…

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One response to “Why Malala Yousafzai Should Not Win the Nobel Prize

  1. Watching her speak and keenly noticing the movement of her jaws brings tears fathom the agony she endured.We as a nation have complete direction of our senses. Why must we stop her from claiming the prize!

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