字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント (fast drumbeat) - Homeland had a huge following in Pakistan, and it started amongst the people who watch American shows. It had an audience in Pakistan, which it pissed off immensely with this season. (fast percussion music) You think that you're gonna mix in the crowd by covering your head? What about your suit you're wearing? Seriously? So you can wear pants and a shirt and nobody will notice because you got your head covered? I mean, Hillary Clinton comes in and she never covers her head. All the people who work with the USAID and the State Department who roam around and who go to cafes and eat around and dine around and party and have a good time in Pakistan, they don't cover their head. (fast drumbeat) Isn't this the same guy from life of Pi? He's the nephew of Husain Haqqani. Is that what it just said? That he's the nephew of Husain Haqqani? They've actually used the name of our ambassador to the U.S. as the name of the terrorist. Oh, oh wow. If anybody has seen Homeland, and for them the big terrorist guy they're trying to get to is Husain Haqqani, so when they meet the ambassador, they think, "Oh, the terrorist from Homeland!" They could not find any name amongst hundreds of millions of names, that you have to use Husain Haqqani's name for this? It's like trying to show a white supremist racist in Pakistan and calling him Bill Clinton or George Bush. So whenever you think of the American president, you think of a racist white man. (fast drumbeat) At least they got the flag right, the Pakistan flag. Americans have more security in Pakistan than an average Pakistani. It's a bomb-proof car, by the way, they're traveling in. You can't just break and shatter glass like that. This adds into this whole security paranoia of America. (fast percussion music) which would mean "Houses of Islam," but not a guest house. A guest house would be a saraaha, or just a guest house. Did they use Google Translate for this, by the way? Quite a few Pakistani-origin Americans are teaching in universities, in Ivy League universities in America who know Urdu, who they could have referred to. (fast drumbeat) Islamabad is not even densely populated as they show in this area, the streets are not like that. The people don't even dress like that. The people don't even look like that. (fast percussion music) They've got Arab actors playing as Pakistanis. Pakistanis are Indo-Aryan, they're a whole different race. Pakistanis are not Arabs, that's a different race. Yes, we come under the category of brown, but Hispanics also come under the category of brown. So, Hispanic, Arabs, Indo-Aryans. They are perpetuating racism, they're perpetuating the notion that Pakistan is an extremist nation. (fast percussion music) To the producers of Homeland, Pakistan is a country of 200 million people. We represent 4% of the world's population. We have more than 15 ethnicities. We speak more than 20 languages, and to reduce us to an acronym, is that the world you want to give? We are your biggest ally in the war on terror. I'm setting up an online network called neverforgetpakistan.com. Because you don't actually learn about Pakistan from Homeland, but you'll learn about Pakistan from Pakistanis.