Who is Katherine George; pro-PAK Twitter account fake, used for propaganda
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The mystery of Kathryn George has struck Pakistan. Netizens were puzzled by the content shared on Katherine George’s Twitter account, which has to do with showing positive in Pakistan. In addition to sharing scenic views of the foothills and banks of the Pakistan River, Katherine has emerged as a defender of Pakistani men and their dignity. It could only have gone unnoticed if Kathryn had not stolen photos of a Polish woman and passed them on as her own. That would still be good, except for the flattering views that Pakistani men made of the position.
Katherine George’s Twitter handle, which has almost 12,000 followers, shared some photos of a white woman posing with men against the backdrop of Pakistani nature. The photos were titled “No one in the world respects women as much as Pakistani men. Very respectful and humble” and “Pakistan is a country that loves and respects women.”
Katherine George’s Twitter biography says “blogger” and “tourist”, which makes the posts relevant. It is common for bloggers to share their personal experience for a while and in this case Katherine was a compliment to Pakistan and her men. Netizens was surprised by such biased claims and reminded Katherine of crime statistics against women that contradicted her claims.
International Business Times reviewed the content shared by Katherine George’s Twitter handle, which has since been deleted. The reason for deleting the photos is what reveals the lies of the account.
A Polish woman named Aleks Mroz, who now lives in Pakistan and organizes travel for people under Travel Studio 92, revealed the lies spread by this Twitter account. Mroz was notified of the fake Instagram account, as no has a Twitter account, after which he used the Travel Studio 92 account to reveal the truth.
Separately, in a series of Instagram stories, Mroz invited Katherine George to share her photos without consent and to add biased views.
“The post clearly tries to show that a white girl who comes to Pakistan for a moment thinks she knows everything about Pakistan,” he said.
“Isn’t it strange that such a highly biased post appeared on the internet shortly after the March of Pakistani women against the patriarchy pandemic?” he asked then.
See how Mroz reacted to Katherine’s posts, revealing the lies from the pro-PAK account.
After that, we evaluated other factors, such as the account was created only in February 2021 and all publications are in favor of Pakistan. Even the profile picture is a random photo taken by Google. There are no Katherine George IDs in the account. For a blogger, the subject of Pakistan is quite specialized and targeted. Many users have even pointed out the fact that Katherine George’s account can not be legal.
Based on this evidence, we conclude that Katherine George’s Twitter account is fake and the person running it could be a Pakistani propagandist.
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Fact Check: Pro-PAK Katherine George is fake. lies exposed after propaganda plagiarism