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Thursday, March 10, 2011

More Sucking Up To Muslims from the Deluded Dhimmis at the New York Times

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In yet another slurping, French-kissing, Muslim-hugging article published today in the pages of Amerika's newspaper of record, entitled "Police in Los Angeles Step Up Efforts to Gain Muslims' Trust," the Dhimmis at the Times goosestep down the Boulevard of Misinformation in their never-ending campaign to prop up all things third world, and smear and sneer at all things Western.

In a lame attempt to counter the Congressional hearings led by Peter King, the bespectacled do-gooders at the NYT have donned the proverbial burka, and thrust their posterior into the air while facing Mecca to better facilitate their penetration by the dirty-bearded practitioners of the Religion of Peace.

From the article:
"More than a dozen members of the Muslim American Homeland Security Congress, an advisory group initiated by Sheriff Baca, said at a meeting last week that Muslims in particular had a large stake in preventing further terrorist attacks because if something happens, it is their community that comes under scrutiny, their members who face suspicion and discrimination.
The Times Won't Be Happy Till You're Doing This, Too

Meanwhile, one page over (on page A19 of the national section), the scum at the New York Times carry on with their relentless campaign to smear the Catholic Church with yet another trivial article that is used as an excuse to publish the words "Church Abuse Scandal" in large headline typeface. The article "Cardinal Draws Praise In Sex Abuse Scandal," by Times communist Katharine Q. Seelye (email her) - who specializes in attacking the Catholic Church, which by the way though it may have a few horny priests in its ranks, is hands-down one of the greatest forces for good in the world and in the history of Western Civilization. Try traveling to the remotest corners of Africa: the only place you will find a semblance of sanity and civilization will be in the ubiquitous Catholic missions, the original victims of that most curious affliction, "competitive altruism," which the New York Times has caught with a vengeance, only in their case the affliction manifests itself by a determination to "afflict the comfortable," which means attack the winners (Western Civilization) whenever and wherever possible.

Hopefully, the delusional reality fugitives at the New York Times will regret that they did not abide by that time-honored axiom: "Be careful what you wish for."

The New York Times: Not Being Careful What They Wish For Since 1948

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