Bahrain dictatorship paying Kim Kardashian?


CNN media corporation in the USA and the armed forces in Britain seem to be not the only ones bribed by the absolute monarchy of Bahrain

This video from the USA says about itself:

Kim Kardashian Paid To Like Bahrain?

Dec 5, 2012 by TheYoungTurks

“If you follow Kim Kardashian on Twitter — or if you follow people who troll her relentlessly in the name of comedy, as I do — you know that she’s spent the past few days singing the praises of the Middle East, specifically the country of Bahrain, which she called “the prettiest place on Earth.”

Why the hell a) is Kim Kardashian in Bahrain and b) why the hell is she relentlessly extolling its virtues on Twitter? More than likely, Kardashian is being paid to do so by the brutal dictatorship there, because that’s what Kim Kardashian does, you see, and Bahrain’s ruler recently launched an ambitious worldwide PR campaign to try to enhance the country’s image. The evidence is circumstantial, obviously, but the dots are obvious enough for a fool to connect them.”

Is Kim Kardashian being paid to promote tourism in Bahrain, the place of a brutal uprising not too long ago? Did she accept money to promote a country run by a monarchal regime known for numerous human rights violations and deaths? Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian discuss the very real possibility that this is true.

Kim Kardashian’s Bahrain milkshake diplomacy leaves a bad taste: here.

Kim Kardashian: Guilty of Dictator PR: here.

Read more here.

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