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

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

Saturday, February 4, 2012

More Afrophilia and Be-Knighted Cultural Relativity in the Name of Conspicuous Moral Superiority aka Status Posturing From The Verminous Reality Contortionists At Amerika's Newspaper of Record

Yesterday the wacko diversity fanatics at Amerika's newspaper of record devoted 20% of their front page - the most valuable publishing real estate on planet earth - to a photo of an obscure opera singer from South Carolina who just passed away, one Camilla Williams: 

Now, we know it's black History Month and all, and therefore that the freakazoids of 42nd Street will be rolling out the heavy artillery to lob mortars of guilt into our collective consciences, but seriously, for this little charade, they could have at least chosen an African American who actually looked more african than american : 

RIP: Camilla Williams: America's
First "Black" Opera "Star"

C'mon you Times nutters: J-Lo is darker! 

It's a revealing obituary however, chock-full of the usual racial grievance rhetoric, and sadly devoid of musical references. It's almost like the diversity fanatics at the New York Times know how stupid they appear by trying so hard to be polite and politically safe. One could almost excuse them, were it not for the fact that by mangling history with their wishful thinking they are contributing to the delinquency of a society.  

Further afro-uplift can be found in yesterday's The Arts section, where the Times devotes considerable real estate to an artist whose work on first glance one assumes is that of a child or perhaps a brain-injury patient: 

"A Visual Equivalent Of The Blues, In Warm Shades"

For the four-eyed morality athletes at the NYT, nothing can be more sacred than blacks "painting" about blacks and the "black experience," no matter how awful their art is to look at. 


I feel like a dick having to write this, because deep down I feel profoundly sorry for someone whose art is so bad that it makes me cringe. It makes me feel even more sorry for that artist, though, that the desire among paternalistic do-gooder DWLs to uplift certain pet minorities is so strong, that these disingenuous white liberals would willingly lie to their subjects of uplift, and tell them that ja, your work is really "strong."

When in fact it is not. 

Hey, there's nothing wrong with a little kindness. But taking it to the point where entire Empires, whole Civilizations are destroyed, as the New York Times does, well, that's when it might be time for the pendulum to swing back in the other direction, away from kindness, equality and love, and towards firmness, realism and merit. 

The New York Times: Ugly Is Beautiful and Wrong Is Right Since 1967. 


M.G. said...

Salut Artur,

Re: The quote I posted from Thomas Branagan, his 1805 work is:

Serious Remonstrances, Addressed to the Citizens of the Northern States, and Their Representatives:
Being an Appeal to Their Natural Feelings and Common Sense

However, I found the quote on page 131 of E.B. Reuter's 1918 work, 'The Mulatto in the United States', which I could not recommend more highly. It's a condensed version of his doctoral thesis at the U. of Chicago, and it opened my eyes like nothing I've ever read to the realities of race, race mixture, and specifically S.S. African + N. European race mixture.

I don't think it's available online, I was able to order a paper copy and it was truly a revelation. I'm going to do some posts on the question in the near future.

Hope that helps!

à bientôt,

Those Who Can See

Juniper in the Desert said...

Isn't it always Black history month? It starts in UK in October!! Funnily enough they are not keen on mentioning HOW blacks got to America!! As we all know, they were sold into slavery in Africa by their beloved Arab muzzrats!!

Anonymous said...

Blacks should be ever grateful to the whites who made them mulattoes, thus raising their IQs by 15 points from the retard IQs of 70. The malignant NYT should print that.

Anonymous said...

"Bad Paintings Of Barack Obama"....Howl inducing (though at this point old).

Anonymous said...

SBPDL blog..........for info on
'York' the slave that Lewis and Clark traveled with...that too is a hoot.

Anonymous said...

I read NYT comments..seems like CW had talent.
If she was a trailblazer...how many blacks are ther in Opera now?

rjp said...

Is that Carl Lewis or Jigaboo Jones?

Seriously, the face looks like something out of an episode of "Fat Albert". It is far from art.