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

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

Saturday, March 17, 2012

On Saint Patty's Day, The New York Times Spits In The Face Of The Irish With A Triple-Whammy Minority Propaganda Puff Piece From Flyover Country

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This is nauseating even by New York Times standards: in a patently pervy pro-minority propaganda puff piece entitled "An Irish Tradition With An Only-In-America Star" that appeared on page A10 of today's national edition, Times communist Sabrina Tavernise gives us the story of an Irish boy, Drew Lovejoy, who "could not be more American."

Continue reading at your own peril (barf bags recommended).

From the article :

Yeah, I'm feeling down about the United States and its diminished place in the world, a downgrade made possible by the relentless attacks on traditional society brought forth by the treasonous elites at Amerika's newspaper of record, thanks for asking Sabrina.

The star diversity in this article has it all: he's black, he's Jewish, he's obviously gay, and he can dance!:

 And it gets better. In addition to being a model minority - a model minority by the Times' standards  anyway - little Drew is also a tireless crusader for racial justice, plus he's got lots of stories about evil white Ohio racists that might also even be Irish:

Talk about taking a big steaming dump on the heads of Irish people everywhere. Move aside Mick, we have an enlightened hybrid Irish hero now, your kind ain't welcome around here no more.

This stuff seems to get more nauseating by the day at the New York Times. It's like they are winning, and they are rubbing our noses in it big time.


Anonymous said...


while just walking thru the library I found a book with an intriguing title:

The Man Who Invented Fidel: Castro, Cuba, and Herbert L. Matthews of The New York Times (Hardcover)
New York Timesman DePalma provides an excellent, balanced examination of his newspaper's controversial role in Castro's rise to power nearly five decades ago.

The Times scored a journalistic coup in February 1957, when its veteran war correspondent, Herbert Matthews, landed an exclusive interview with Castro in defiance of the dictator Batista's censorship edict. Matthews's explosive page-one story revealed to the world that the young Cuban rebel -- widely thought to have been killed by Batista's forces -- was "still alive and waging a successful guerrilla campaign" in the Sierra Maestra mountains. It's clear that Matthews' story exaggerated Castro's strength and prospects, although it's not true, as Castro later claimed, that he was down to ju

Anonymous said...

I am not surprised. I was at the Indianapolis St. Patrick's Day parade Friday for the first time in my life. The marching bands were all black, except for one children's band on a float and the bagpipe groups. The bands were performing hip-hop songs, the percussion was grooving, and the full-figured flag core girls were dirty dancing, daggering, and wearing very sexy short outfits.

H&R Block was promoting their "Free Tax Preparation" for people receiving the EIC tax credit, and so their float was full of single mama clients and their kids, all black and all wearing green outfits.

The Sheriff's Department had a pimped out Mustang with no hubcaps and tinted windows, driven by black deputies wearing green gloves.

The Hoosier Lotto lottery float announcer kept syelling "If you win the lottery, what do you do?? You "Make it Rain!! Make it Rain!!!", which is what blacks do at the strip club, right?

There were 3 all-black daycare centers in the parade too, all wearing green shirts. I think one was called "God's Little Angels".

I was very surprised at how many blacks were in the parade and in the crowd celebrating the Irish. This was far from an Irish pride parade.