By Sean Maguire
With Pakistan figuratively and literally drowning, it's sad to hear that the Taliban is hinting that it will begin attacks against UN aid workers.
Apart from a radical group using a tragedy to maintain its legitimacy, there are other more terrifying implications of the Pakistani floods.
As written about previously, a natural disaster generally inspires more generosity from those who can give, but with Pakistan the world and the usual suspects of charity have been oddly silent.
So today's question is: who is worse?
The people who see disaster and try to destroy for their own advantage or those who see, can help, but turn away and do nothing?