Somebody let me out of here - I can't take it anymore!
I don't know about you guys, but I have undergone a profound transformation in my worldview/thinking since I started getting my information primarily from the internet about five years ago. Before that, I spent a lot of time reading the New York Times. I considered myself well-informed after reading that one of the criteria for landing a State Department job would be reading religiously a national "newspaper of reference" such as the NYT for one solid year. But then everything I read in the Times seemed to be so out of synch with the information I was increasingly getting from the (Thank You Jesus) internet. All of this went down in about 2006 or so. If you look around, you will see that a lot of blogs like this one were started around that time period (one thing I've noticed is that just about every alt-right blog I frequent was started in 2008).
The New York Times furthers an agenda that is a lot more dark and sinister than you think. I'm still trying to figure it out. The "Culture of Critique" model goes only so far in explaining the Times' complicancy in the destruction of Western Civilization.
Make no mistake: as the euro continues to disintegrate and as nationalism/patriotism continue to rise in Europe, the establishment (NYT) is ever more desperate and determined to prevent the type of recurrence of nationalist sentiment that led to Nazi Germany.
The problem lies in the fact that there was an element of legitimacy in Germany's pre-war desire to stand up for itself. The real problem and the real tragedy is that they took a perfectly normal movement of national cohesion too far.
Alas, in nature too the pendulum often swings too far to both sides of the extreme.
The New York Times is now on the other extreme of that pendulum swing: without even talking about who is behind this dark crusade to get even with the West for its past predominance, the New York Times is clearly on a mission to undermine Western Civilization.
Next post we'll take a look at the incredibly articulate and reasonable Marine Le Pen of France (20% in the polls, equal to and sometimes exceeding Nicholas Sarkozy), and the way she is demonized across the board by the "pensée unique" One-Worlder do gooders at such institutions of mass disinformation as the New York Times.