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There is a reason that these nations were colonized by Europeans, and that their current national boundaries were created by the Skykes-Picot Agreement of 1916. (Check it Out).
Exposing the Criminal Liberal Bias of America's
Newspaper of Record
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" The demonstrators have used force defensively, treated Islam as an afterthought and embraced democracy, which is anathema to Osama bin Laden and his followers."Oh, I see. Islam is NOT a threat, after all. Thank you NYT for making that clear.
|NYT - Approved √ (With an Average IQ of 89*, and an Economy|
that Depends on Western-Created Technologies, What Do You Think Will
Happen to These Societies Stuck in the Middle Ages at Best?)
*Source: Tatu VanHanen
"In “The Looming Tower,” a Pulitzer Prize-winning history of terrorism leading to 9/11, Lawrence Wright argued that humiliation in the prisons nurtured a violent rage. “Egypt’s prisons became a factory for producing militants whose need for retribution — they called it justice — was all-consuming,” Mr. Wright wrote. Even after 9/11, the Egyptian authorities were used by the United States to carry out interrogations and acts that would have been illegal for United States agents. The coils of history are wound too tightly to imagine that a world without Mr. Mubarak would have spared New York City its worst moments. At least we can hope that they are all behind us."So you see, according to the sick, demented self-loathing elitists at the NYT, Islamic barbary is really our fault.
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"Fortified with a $30,000 grant from the Louisville Institute, she started the search in May 2009, sending hundreds of e-mails to personal and professional contacts, asking if anyone knew anyone who might know anything. That scattershot appeal yielded the intitial 45 interview subjects. They told Ms. Sims of seeing black men castrated, of finding chared bodies, of walking on blood-soaked ground. They told her of the pervasive fear of doing something that could bring forth a lynch mob. [i.e., muh dick] They told her, too, of the unexpected intervention of some whites. One man recounted how he had escaped an impending lynching because he was tipped off by a Ku Klux Klan member, who happened to have been his father's boss."So here we have, once again, the New York Times reporting third-party hearsay as historical certainty. Anything to further their agenda.
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"Somali pirate specialists say the pirates once had an informal code of conduct that required members treat one another well and not harm hostages, valuable commodities who draw ransom on average of about $4 Million. But while Somali pirates might once have been a tight-knit, disciplined group motivated by money, not murder, pirates and pirate experts say the lure of big money was attracting less-disciplined young Somalis hungry to share in the new riches."I see: Somalian piracy is a business like any other.
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"The most obvious argument for the prototype's eventual obsolescence is the tautological underpinning of its existence, which calls to mind the question: 'How long is a piece of string.'"Translation of this nonsensical Timesspeak: "Not only is Western civilization and all of its accomplishments hurtling towards extinction, really smart people like the communists at the Times are starting to figure out that Western supremacy is based upon something that is illegitimate anyway."
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"...statistics on ethnicity and race are used for many important purposes. These include assessing disparities in health, education, employment and housing, enforcing civil rights protections, and deciding who might qualify for special consideration as members of underrepresented minority groups."
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"The anti-Mubarak protesters had organized themselves to try to avoid violence. Men held hands in long chains to keep the two groups apart. Others, with effusive apologies, searched those entering the square for weapons. Some stepped in with whistles to break up arguments that had grown heated."
"Rocks and sticks began to fly from the pro-Mubarak forces int the crowd of anti-Mubaral demonstrators. Even then, many tried to avoid retaliation. A line of a half dozen unarmed men stood quietly, waving their hands in the air while the pro-Mubarak forces rained rocks down on them."
"Abandoning any attempt to avoid violence, thousands of anti-Mubarak protesters used scraps of steel to rip up the pavement into pieces, carrying them in milk crates and scarves to hurl back at their attackers."
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"In another irony, one of the reasons Bush decided he needed to do something about the Arab dictatorships was his belief that they were spawning terrorists. But to try to fulfill his grandiose promise to defeat “every terrorist group of global reach,” he needed the cooperation of the same dictators the U.S. had always supported. And he fell back to relying on the help of dictatorships to try to shut down dictatorships. Instead, he shut down the democratization process in 2006 after he and Rice were blindsided by Hamas winning the Palestinian elections."
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"[Milanovic] ... makes interesting international comparisons. The typical person in the top 5 percent of the Indian population, for example, makes the same as or less than the typical person in the bottom 5 percent of the American population. That’s right: America’s poorest are, on average, richer than India’s richest — extravagant Mumbai mansions notwithstanding.
"It is no wonder then, Milanovic says, that so many from the third world risk life and limb to sneak into the first. A recent World Bank survey suggested that 'countries that have done economically poorly would, if free migration were allowed, remain perhaps without half or more of their populations.' Mass-migration attempts are met with sealed borders in the developed world, which then results in the deaths of thousands of anonymous indigents journeying to promised lands only to be swallowed up by the Mediterranean or charred in the Arizona desert."
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