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The verminous civilization-murdering eunuchs at the New York Times think this is all a jolly fun game, and that they are your moral superiors because they always stand up for the little guy. Their motto after all is: "To comfort the afflicted, and afflict the comfortable."
The Times makes no bones about this particular aspect of their social justice crusade: non-white ethnic groups in general, and American Africans in particular, no matter what, can never, ever be portrayed in a negative light, no matter how barbarous and depraved their crimes. Meanwhile, the builders of civilization as we know it must be pilloried and demonized at every turn, and portrayed as freaks, losers, psychopaths and abusers, irregardless of how incongruous and uncommon to reality that picture might be.
In one of the more sickening displays of Times scum-coddling we've seen in a while, NYT "Crime Scene" columnist Michael Wilson gives us the story of career criminal and lifetime society-tumor Robert Bookard, 48, who is currently locked up on Riker's Island after being busted by an undercover NYC detective while attempting to rob a sleeping man on a subway train of his wallet. The Times actually published a story one week ago about these so-called "lush workers" (see story here): because they use an old-fashioned straight razor to slice open their victim's pants pocket, and because some of them are as old as 80, the New York Times finds their crimes quaint and amusing.
This is what Times communist Wilson had to say about the "art" of the lush worker:
In other words, according to the New York Times, this career criminal oxygen thief who has spent a lifetime victimizing innocent individuals and costing society at large enormous sums:
...is exactly equal to :
...in terms of cultural and artistic achievement.
The New York Times: Taking historical and cultural relativism Too Far since 1976.