Why is Pakistan so hard pressed to crack down on the terror group known as Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM)? Several reasons, the primary one being the fact that the Pakistani intelligence service used Jaish-e-Mohammed to carry out attacks in India without drawing attention to themselves...except like...everyone knows. A secondary reason is that the people in the lower middle class appreciate the terror groups...charity. If that's what we're going to call it...we think of it as more of a payoff.On one hand you have a group that the intelligence service of Pakistan uses to commit asymmetrical warfare inside India (admitted by former President Pervez Musharraf) and on the other hand, that same group uses their ill-gotten gains to secure a level of loyalty from the locals. We're surprised when Pakistani officials have a "hard time" cracking down on their own personal exporters of jihad? These guys have been gigantic pieces of shit for a while now.New evidence from an Italian journalist also suggests that the Pakistani Army carried away at least 35 bodies of militants after the strike in order to embarrass India and say the airstrikes hit nothing but empty forest. The source tells that the Pakistani military took phones from the medical staff attending to the dead and wounded.At every step, at every turn, Pakistan is trying to defend Jaish-e-Mohammed. Why? Because they don't want to give up their own personal "secret" hit squad and they don't want the people to revolt against them. Duh.Pakistan, this is why the rest of the world thinks you're a giant piece of shit. You're secretly bankrolling JeM (albeit shittily, everyone f***ing knows), allowing them to buy the loyalty of your citizens, and helping cover up any strike that would have India appear justified.We know this has gotten a bit repetitive, but for shit's sakes already, can we all just admit Pakistan is being a real dickhole right now?For f***s sake already, even Iran hates you and they love state sponsored terrorism!