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

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

Saturday, April 23, 2011

In The Post-Westernist Worldview of the New York Times, The Only Good Marcus Welby Doctor-Type is A Soon-To-Be Retired Or Dead Marcus Welby-Type

23/4/11 - NYT Front Page
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THIS RUBBISH
From the front page of Amerika's newspaper of record today, we get this sniveling little propaganda puff piece that sneers at the decline of this most decent aspect of small-town Americana:

"Family Physician Can't Give Away Solo Practice"

When was the last time that the NYT featured the subject of the despised white male in a positive light, when said subject was not depicted as a serial killer, a feminized Westernized homosexual victimized by gay bashing, or a race-traitor Jew hell-bent on population substitution (Bloomberg)?

Answer: Never.

Today's article on Dr. Sroka proves yet once again that you will NEVER see anything positive in the pages of the NYT about high-achievment white males, unless they are on their way out (the Times refers to Dr. Sroka as a "dinausaor"), or unless they are guilty of some hideous crime (the non-violent but nevertheless despicable Bernie Madoff).

Personally, I would prefer to live in a society where sick, degenerate, violent, low-IQ people no matter what their background, are automatically and as a matter of policy condemned more stringently than those whose crimes are non-violent, irregardless of race or social background.

Violence needs to be condemned and punished to the power of ten over over greed and other non-violent crime. Period.

Please watch this video - it will tell you a lot about the NYT's worldview.

You will notice that there is not ONE single minority in this entire film.

This jibes Oh So Well with the Times implied statement behind this film, which is: "It's over for you guys, Majority Americans. Buh-Bye !"

PLEASE watch this film and comment abundantly :

http://video.nytimes.com/video/2011/04/22/science/1248069631257/the-family-practice.html

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