It is an expression that aptly applies to the filthy, lying vermin at the disgusting New York Times, who had the audacity to publish a book review in today's The Arts section entitled "The Dark Side of Liberation," by Times communist and reality reverser Jennifer Schuessler (email her!).
Schuessler's review is of a book written by an ethnomasochistic white woman named Mary Louise Roberts, entitled "What Soldiers Do," that according to the lying psychopaths at the Times, documents "abuse by G.I.'s in France during World War II."
Of course, everyone knows that most mass rapes during and after WW2 were committed by the Soviets - especially after the fall of Germany - and by mostly negro American G.I.'s, and by Allied auxiliary soldiers from North Africa. Sofia Loren even won an Oscar for her rôle in depicting an Italian rape victim at Monte Cassino at the hands of these beasts, "Two Women" or "Ciociaria":
But the history-revising reality-reversers at Amerika's newspaper of record have no time for such trivial historical fact. You see, "historians of gender" as the Times hilariously refers to them, instead of reading the same old boring books about what really happened, find the work of a man-jawed feminist with a hard-on for smearing American servicemen without really specifying which ones are actually to blame (hint: Emmitt Till's father was hanged by the army for raping Italian women), well, they think such a novel new work is a "breath of fresh air."
From the review:
The only problem here is that by writing about WW2 rape the New York Times is forced to provide a modicum of truth, what with the pesky internet out there making it so easy to confirm their perfidy these days. And so any discussion about rape by U.S. servicemen during WW2, is invariably going to have to address what the Times calls the "overrepresentation of blacks," but not as the actual perpetrators of said rapes, but rather as those prosecuted for the perpetration of such rapes.
Unbelievably, almost, from the review :