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Somebody needs to send a memo to the psychopaths at the Times (pinned to the tail of an RPG?) that the anti-Western ethos of Hollywood moviemaking is alive and well, thank you very much. But it's not like the communists at the New York Times don't already know this: it's just that the historical revisionism and reality-reversing that are staples of the American movie industry are not as extreme as the Times would like them to be.
Meanwhile as the Times sneers at the lack of progressiveness among their propaganda peers out West, they publish fairy-tale stories about the "burgeoning film industry in Nigeria," where would-be Scorseses are just a big budget away from turning out the world's next "Citizen Kane."
Seriously when it comes to the NYT's reporting on Africa, more and more I get the feeling that I am reading some kind of children's coloring book, where make-believe and willful omission of the most glaring and obvious facts about the Dark Continent are the order of the day. Reading the New York Times is becoming increasingly akin to watching a cartoon; one could almost argue that a few episodes of Bugs Bunny have more redeeming journalistic value when it comes to accurately assessing the social and political reality of modern Africans than a single front page feature with a Kinshasa byline.
But I digress.
"Billy Crystal's Schtick, And The Academy, Need Refreshing"
From the article :
And more anti-majority self-hatred...