|Original Caption Reads: "Tuan N'Gai, left, and his partner, |
Erin Kelly, recently moved to the Atlanta area from
Washington, D.C." Now, What's Confusing About That?
In another Census-happy article published on the front page of today's national edition entitled "Many U.S. Blacks Moving to South, Reversing Trend," Times communists Sabrina Tavernise and Robert Gebeloff (big surprise there!) report with glee on the changing face of the nation: it is mercifully becoming more diverse, more "inclusive," and more just, they say.
Translation: the Times' relentless campaign to foist diversity upon the nation and undo the traditional bedrock of Western Civilization is succeeding. Yee-hah !
We will surely see a lot more of this in the coming days. Here at COTT, nothing coming out of the pages of Amerika's newspaper of record shocks us any more.
Nevertheless, we felt it our duty to speak out on the incredibly dubious photo proudly reprinted on this blog without permission above. Please take a closer look at this photo that the Times in their infinite sneakiness tried to slip past us: it shows two black
The ambiguity is intentional, obviously. And the New York Times is a sick, sick, sick institution for trying to pull crap like this.
The New York Times: All The Crap That's Print To Fit Since 1987