The video is part of a youth initiative “Pakistan for All” against state censorship in the country and mainly focuses on the You Tube ban.
A few months earlier, a similar video circulated on social media which featured a You Tube mascot roaming around the streets of Karachi asking for hugs from those who want the popular video streaming site to be accessible again.
“, are great ways to let one’s non-aid worker friends know that he/she is a deep-thinking yet randomly light-hearted citizen of the world.
The music video focuses on three singers who rap about the ban on the video site, the You Tube mascot who is chased by the authorities and a politician, who slyly watches videos on the site in the safety of his own drawing room.You can call them FB aficionados because they don’t let people forget some occasion easily and keep us constantly afresh about it.You can call them desi relatives of Mark Zingerburger., pose with war junk , or wax ironic about pictures taken with celebs if Expat Aid Workers can’t share those pictures with the world?What’s the point of spending a small local fortune maintaining a pet, having a tropical disease or “going native” if you can’t boast about them to your friends? like it’s all no big deal.) Fortunately Facebook provides a medium for exactly this kind of Expat Aid Worker self-expression.