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Yes yes yes, the title in the print edition of today's Times gives away exactly what the article talks about, namely the way non-Westerners take advantage of Western naiveté and stupidity to sneak into the "Industrialized World."
Notice however how even in the still somewhat honest print-edition title of the article, the sneaky professional blame-shifters at Amerika's newspaper of record still manage to deflect attention away from the true story at hand - namely the disgusting way third worlders systematically cheat Western immigration control systems - and onto the "sex case" part of the story, thereby ever so gently implying the inherent guilt of the evil misogynistic white male sex attacker, Dominque Strauss Kahn.
But wait but wait ! It gets better !
After first reading the article, originally entitled "In Sex Case, Asylum Ploy Draws Notice," I knew I had to talk about it on COTT. As soon as I read this (the part highlighted in red) :
...I knew I had to get right on line and talk about this here on COTT. It was bad enough that the New York Times was once again engaging in shameless blame-shifting, but for them to rehash that old standard of lefties everywhere: "I'd rather see 99 guilty men go free, than one innocent man be locked up"... into the context of the ludicrous immigration/asylum debate that is going on right now, was just too much for me.
But then it gets even better :
After going online to the Times website, while looking for the original article so that I could link to it here, I was aghast to see that the Times had renamed it : "Immigrants May Be Fed False Stories to Bolster Asylum Pleas."
It was like taking Blameshifting 101 to Post-Doctoral Program levels!!
"Immigrants May be Fed..." implies ever so matter of factly, that it is they who are the victims, that it is they who by forces beyond their control, are unjustly oppressed and subjugated into claiming to be lesbians from Nigeria, etc., so as to play the foolish white man's immigration system to the tilt.
This is of course light-years from where the truth behind this whole thing lay, namely: the story of a poor, dollar-a-day Stone Ager African, who thanks to a "sophisticated system" of african traffickers, is able to cheat her way into the Western World by appealing to typical leftist notions of global justice, universal egalitarianism and New World Order fairness, only to be given a taxpayer-financed section 8 apartment for Aids "victims" no less, then goes on to accuse one of the biggest leftist limousine liberals of all times of rape, after she most verily agreed to suck him off and then - once again cued by the White Western liberal guilt that caused this whole situation in the first place, and that should be the main focus of the Times' main story - and only then realized that much in the same way that she had cheated herself into the United States, she could use the same laws and byways that had propelled her from the Stone Age to Times Square to bring down the great Socialist Dominique Strauss Kahn, not realizing of course the irony of her choice of victims.
Anyway, as we can see very clearly from the behaviour of the New York Times, the whole DSK affair is a wonderfully, blissfully complicated case; it exposes them (the Times, the diversity-enforcing Left) on so many levels that it is almost unbelievable, almost too good to be true.
But it just gets so much better when the Times makes it so obvious that even the most daft Can See:
By changing the title of the article from: "In Sex Case, Asylum Ploy Draws Notice" to "Immigrants May Be Fed False Stories to Bolster Asylum Pleas," the Times exposes themselves for the lying, blame-shifting, hopeless little pussies that they truly are.
The New York Times: I'm Not Making This Shit Up Since 2010.