Exposing the Criminal Liberal Bias of America's Newspaper of Record

Exposing the Criminal Liberal Bias of America's
Newspaper of Record

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Ivory Coast: Exposing the New York Times for Their Lies Through Omission

We have seen before how the disingenuous white liberal hacks at America's newspaper of record engage in their sinister campaign of journalistic disinformation as much by what they report as by what they fail to report. Nowhere is this dishonesty more glaring than in Times news reports focusing on Africa or Haiti (or test scores, or the gay agenda, or immigration or... you get the idea).

The Ivory Coast is another of those "troubled" African nations that the NYT reports on with paternalistic pity: it was once the "crown jewel" in France's empire of West African colonies, and up until recently the world's top cocoa exporter. Elections were held in this quaint little country late last month, and the European Union, the United States and the African Union all agreed that the winner was the challenger to the country's current prez, Laurent Gbagbo, a.k.a., this guy :

Laurent Gbago: Not A Muslim, Therefore
Not Times-Approved

What the Times conveniently fails to mention is that their decision to stand behind this dictator - no better or worse than your garden variety African plutocrat - is part of a far larger agenda to uplift global minorities everywhere, and Muslims in particular. In the same way that the Times uplifted the Muslims in the Balkans conflict, in the case of Ivory Coast they are publicly and rather pathetically making the tired old case once again that the only reason that Côte d'Ivoire is such a dank shite hole is because of a tiny handful of corrupt leaders, and if only those evil politicians would step aside and let the democratically elected true leaders take over, then everything would be rose. 

Once again, there is a lot more to the story than the Times wants you to know. 

Chaos In Ivory Coast: It's Okay As Long As the New
Headhunters are Muslim, Says the Times
The New York Times: predictably  misleading since 1964.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why is noone in the Western media discussing the fundamental Islam-Christian stakes behind the Cote d'Ivoire story?

Curious indeed.