COTTers: this stuff is like Gibs-Muh-Dhat-on-crack, on steroids, on welfare (no one who worked a full-time job would ever have the time to compose such snivel rights-friendly rubbish). Volatile, crazy stuff fueled like a wildfire by the napalm that is insane official public policy, itself fueled as though by some satanic chain reaction by the nuclear toxic waste of Dark Cathedral egalitarianism, which has engulfed the world and left a glowing, dying, radiation-sick cancer patient in its wake.
From the article:
No mention here, of course, of the fact that American negroes make up >20% of government jobs - closer to 80% in some sectors such as corrections - and are inundated in a permanent shower of federal munificence. Or of the fact that one of their own has ascended - in one of the ultimate gibs muh dat shake-downs in U.S. history - to the highest office of the land. Nah. Stating such truths runs counter to the Official Narrative as we know it (read: as the NYT presents it to the sheeple).
Oy goy ! How much worser could it get?
It gets worser. From comrade Ben Austen's article:
That is correct: the criminal squatters endorsed by the DWLs at the NYT, are hoping that blue-helmeted UN troops will assist them in seizing property that the DWL George Bush administration already tried to give them for free with the Community Investment Act.
There really is no satisfying these underperforming a-intellectuals.
But check out the last section of the NYTSM feature article :
"Everything belongs to everyone." Clearly, like wide-eyed high school students fresh back from a field trip to Havana, the angry, hateful, disgusting, jealous little eunuch half-men at the New York Times believe this concept enough to publish it. Tragically for them - because it reveals them to be the horrible hypocrites that they are - they do not believe that "everything belongs to everyone" enough to actually live it themselves. That's why they have i-pads and apartments in Manhattan and Williamsburg, as opposed to Gateway desktops and cinderblock flats in Newark.
The New York Times: A More Verminous, Lying, Hypocritical Bunch Of Reality Contortionists, You Most Likely Have Never Encountered, Since 1997.