|Saturday December 15th 2013|
(They are too busy creaming their Armani pants suits with breathless remembrances of the (ex-) terrorist they sickeningly refer to as "Madiba").
Even Paul Simon (or should we say: "of course Paul Simon") was allowed to pen yet another sanctimonious Mandela-worship puff piece in today's "Arts" section :
"Remembering Days Of Miracle And Wonder"
But we digress.
Check out the individual in the Bait Car video below. This person who like a wild invasive species is actually defined by the negative impact he has on society (multiple felony convictions, propensity to violence, multiple lengthy prison terms), is a member of the exact same protected class to which belongs "Supreme," the practically fictional step-father figure featured in the NYT's five-part, 29,000-word "Dasani the angelic bottled water girl and her seven siblings" series, aka "Invisible Child," by Times communist Andrea Elliot. (Again: Is it possible that the competitive compassion athletes at the NYT were really oblivious to the irony of the phoniness that calling their series "Invisible Child" represents, when everyone is aware of the South Park-style phoniness that was exposed after that other DWL uplift organization - Jason Russel's "Invisible Children" - put the "Kony 2012" video online to viral ridicule?)
There truly is no telling with the New York Times.
The New York Times: Since 1915, Powered By ADL, NAACP, SPLC, and SWPL, Since The Day Pinky Sulzberger's Ancestors Picked It Up For Peanuts in 1896.
*ICBM = "Inner City Black Male"