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Not a word about Lampedusa. Curious.
Some zingers from the article :
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|Kennedy and Jessica Posner|
(Note the Baby Bulge: Mission Accomplished for The New York Times!)
Re: Just Look At What You Did!
Dear Mr. Kristof :
I just read your opinion column in today's edition of Amerika's newspaper of record, and I have to say it left me feeling sad for Western Civilization, particularly for an entire generation of its young white women brainwashed by radical left-wing extremists like yourself into believing that there is no redeeming value in wishing to perpetuate one's ancestors' own civilization.
You know Mr. Kristof, one of the things that makes your column "Just Look at What You Did," so incredibly, bowel-churningly repulsive, is that you know full well that there are a good percentage of people who are going to find the thought of a little white american girl getting sexed by and reproducing with a black african sickening. You are well informed enough to know that a majority of Alabamian Republicans, for example, openly reject miscegenation. And yet you spit in the faces of these people, who are but simple unenlightened bigots in your eyes. I'm sure that that is what you are thinking about the author of this message right now.
But that Sir is part of the problem with your worldview: you are aware that yours is a dissenting position, yet you present it as mainstream convention.
If encouraging the world to dilute the European gene pool is such a beautiful, enlightened thing to you, please make sure that your half-asian offspring reproduce with members of the pygmy population of central Africa - we all know that on the light-to-dark scale, these people need uplift more than just about any other (except maybe the Aborigenes of Australia).
Now THAT, Sir, would be enlightened of you, and prove your dedication to the agenda you so actively promote. (I know I know, no ad hominen, blahblah blah).
The population of Africa doubled in 30 short years, to over one BILLION in 2010. Mr. Kristof, in a sane society, a responsible journalist would be encouraging population control there, not liberal feel-good projects that do not address the core problem.
- Arturo de Gheaube
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|Exact Same Peeps, According to the Psychopaths at the NYT|
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(And no, that is NOT another
ad for the Smile Train)
|Look Closely for Your Taxdollar Charity At Work (Okay it's |
the shiny can of cooking oil on the left)
|It's Green, It's NYT-Approved|
|Go here for the rest of this article from 1930.|
Dear Mr. Barry :There is something you should know about those evil white racists who according to you lynched your boy Bishop Robinson's ancestors :tiny.cc/j9gtxBut hey, we get it, we follow your column closely, we understand that eunuchs journos like yourself are obligated to tow the party line for a paycheck, and portray blacks as god-like victims at the hands of evil, unenlightened white bigots no matter what.Problem is, to do so is to disseminate disinformation; it is dishonest, and shameful. We'd like to be able to expect better of Amerika's newspaper of record.Sincerely,- Arturo de Gheaube
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|He Approves the NYT, and for This The Times is Grateful|
|Original Caption Reads: "Peter and Helen Kelly's home was devastated by flooding in Mehoopany, Pa. this month. 'We lost everything,' Mr. Kelly said."|
(Original article: "Flood Victims Getting Fed Up With Congress")
This photo appears right there at the top of the front page of Amerika's newspaper of record today.
It's curious how the New York Times never, ever shows a normal married couple who share the same last name, except when that couple have been made exceptional by some act of God. But when the Times gets a chance to showcase a couple that represents their ideal for the nation's demographic future, they leap at the chance like a sex fiend in a lingerie shop.
The couple above are presented as the face of modern small-town Pennsylvania, just your average husband and wife (she's actually above average on the Ugly Scale) with an average Irish-sounding name. Right?
A bit of quick research done by a person who despises the New York Times as much as I do is as easy as it is revealing. Wikipedia says this about Mehoopany, Pennsylvania :
So, if there are 993 people, and .10% of them are black, that pretty much means that this guy is the entire black population of all of Mehoopany, which pretty much excludes any possibility of this couple being even remotely representative of the population of that (no doubt) Godforsaken place. But for the New York Times, it was important - a moral imperative even - for them to distort the views of millions of people on the way small-town Pennsylvania looks in 2011.
I can guarantee you that if I had not obsessed about this photo, and sought to expose the sinister agenda behind its publication, the image of that mixed couple from small-town Pennsylvania would have remained branded in my subconscious, as the defining image of the place. It would have become the reference image in my mind's rolodex of what a place like that looks like today.
And this of course is precisely what the NYT was trying to achieve by publishing this dishonest photo.
Or should I say "achieved," because for the 880,000 people who have had this image burned into their retinas , the Times has indeed succeeded in making this a reference image.
The New York Times: Searing innocent retinas since 1979.
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|Like the NYT's, His Silence|
|Not An Exaggeration To Say: A Potent, Ugly Symbol of ALL That Is Wrong WIth Western Civilization Today |
The New York Times: Making Africans Look Noble, Fuzzy and Industrious... And Like Paw Paw Wittle Victims Wherever They Bring The Gift Of Diversity... Since 1965.