A Department of State program is soliciting pitches for an animated superhero TV show that would air in Pakistan.
The Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL) announced a grant award of no more than $1,250,000 for a two-season superhero show “to promote security and stability in Pakistan,” according to a government notice posted Wednesday.
“Key to this new character’s success will be that he/she possesses a local, indigenous persona, fully immersed in Pakistani culture,” the announcement stated. The show’s superhero character is intended to be a positive role model for youths between the ages of 14 and 25. The project description notes that more than 100 million Pakistanis — the majority of the country’s population — are under 25. Daily CallerThe State Department spends millions on cartoons, but it never hired extra security for the Consulate in Benghazi. Amazing priorities.
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