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

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Newspaper of Record

Friday, October 28, 2011

Shameless Historical Revisionism From the Quislings at the New York Times

"Huddled Masses - Turned Away", by former New York City D.A. Robert Morgenthau, is a pro-immigration puff piece that was published in the OpEd section of today's Times.

It starts with a blatant lie :


If the morality athletes at the New York Times did a simple Google search, they would learn that Lazarus's pro-immigration poem is not "inscribed" at the base of the statue, as Morgenthau claims. It was added in 1903 on a meager little bronze plaque, and occupies a two-foot square section of the Statue Of Liberty's museum space, located inside the masonry foundation. That's hardly "inscribed at its base"; the poem also has no relation to the Statue's 1886 dedication, having been added a quarter-century after. 

Even Paul Auster has pointed out that the pro-immigration lobby's co-opting of the Lazarus myth: 


But such historic realities are no match for the Times' propaganda campaign of historic revisionism.

Why would Morgenthau want to deliberately falsify the history of the Statue of Liberty? Again, a simple Google search sheds some light on the man :
Robert Morgenthau




Hmmm. 

7 comments:

jewamongyou said...

The New York Times is more interested in pushing the myth than in historic fact. They know that very few people will bother to look it up, and just as few actually care.

Anonymous said...

God I hate that Lazarus doggerel.

The statue was dedicated to the historic Anglo-American people and their success in creating liberty. That's it.

Of course the jews have to interfere with anything and everything belonging to other people and alter it's meaning, to suit their own narrow interests.

Now ignorant new "Americans" are lectured on "huddled masses" and "give us your poor" and all that pro immigration clap trap.

Clearly the statue was a symbol of Anglo-American achievement of liberty - Anglo-Americans who created this nation for "ourselves and OUR posterity".

It had NOTHING to do with immigration. Indeed, most of the Founding Fathers were 3rd or 4th generation Anglo-Americans NOT immigrants.

Anonymous said...

woodrow wilson was probably a monster..
the truth about the UN is in Bircher published books

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