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In a snickering article containing the block quote: "Another act of closure regarding the turmoil of the civil rights struggle," Times communist Tamar Lewin takes disinformation to a new level of cynical. "A College Degree, 55 Years And an Era in the Making" tells the story of Burlyce Sherrell Logan, a 73 year-old member of the coddled African American't minority, who overcame a lifetime of evil white wickedness to obtain her diploma from a north Texas university.
Where we see Ms. Logan as a college dropout who took advantage of a climate of minority uplift to get a taxpayer-funded education, the New York Times sees this woman as a kind of God-like figure, right up there with Rosa Parks (see this article to understand the truth behind the Rosa Parks madness).
Worse, in their breathless haste to deify any and all blacks, the communists at the Times make unbelievable journalistic blunders as they print unsubstantiated, uncorroborated 2nd-party hearsay as historical fact.
From the article:
The Times quotes Logan no fewer than a dozen times in this hate-fest of historical revisionism, hoping and wishing that all the evil white wickedness this woman recollects is true. Could it be that this woman's half century-old recollections might have been influenced by as many decades of constant mainstream propaganda, spewed by the likes of the New York Times, insisting that all black failure - in the US and worldwide - is the result of evil white racism? If that were the case, certainly the reality fugitives at the Times would never consider it.
Beyond the question of "How is this even news?", comes the question: "How can Amerika's newspaper of record allow a 73 year-old black woman to accuse a long-dead white university president of making a statement which, were he to utter it today, would land him in a federal penitentiary?"
Answer: reality is of little importance to the disingenuous population replacement enthusiasts at the NYT. The most important thing for them is the perpetuation of the myths of egalitarianism, and of evil white racism as the root cause of African American't dysfunction.
The New York Times: seeing the world through rose-coloured glasses since 1951