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Note the choice of words by Times communist Kenneth Chang: in addition to his exotic last name, Change gets extra points with the population replacement enthusiasts at the New York Times for phrasing the demise of the shuttle program in terms reminiscent of the demise of NWA's.
Chang could have used "museum," or "institutions," or a host of other words to describe the shuttle's future career as a museum piece. Instead, at the egging on of his post-Western colleagues at Amerika's newspaper of record, Chang purposefully chose "retirement home." The semantic subterfuge is sneaky beyond devious: the Times is preparing the planet for a post-Western future. The people who created every modern aspect of civilization - every. single. one. - will be watching daytime tv in retirement homes very soon, thank you very much. Please step aside to make room for the people of the future.
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