The New York Times Never Sides with the Jews

Most minorities hate Jews because they want to feel superior to the tiniest minority.  There are few repercussions to squashing us like ants.  Look at Nazi Germany.  Look at Ahmadinejad saying that he will throw Israel into the sea.

The New York Times rarely sides with the Jews.  It is often Pro-Palestinian.

Like the United Nations, the Times feigns open-mindedness and fairness.  But its staff are somehow always on the side of terrorists rather than the Jews.

I can't read the Times because the stench of anti-Semitism leaks from its false attempts to seem evenhanded.  It pretends to be stately and open-minded.  So does Obama.

The New York Times aligns itself with an aggregation of anti-Semitic minorities and identifies with its own wishy-washy milieu, siding with Arabs against the Jews.

They find the Jews easy targets.  The Muslims buy the Times' biased reports, and the Jews, who always side against themselves, buy them, too.  I don't like to buy well-researched bias. 

The Times sticks up for the populous Muslims.  Those Jews who work at the Times are simply self-haters.

Paul Krugman must be quite an economist, because as a writer, he is self-defeating and simplistic.

The Gray Lady hides her anti-Semitism beneath her skirt.  She is a drag queen who identifies with bisexuality and liberal acceptance of gay marriage.  That has nothing to do with Jews, except that Jews are liberals and side with anyone or anything that they instinctually dislike.  It is a reaction to the hatred we received from the Nazis.  It's as if by embracing disliked groups, we in some way put an end to fascism.  It's all silly and intellectual tomfoolery.

The Times doesn't actually come out and say that it is anti-Semitic.  It, instead, chooses articles that subtly add up to anti-Semitism, anti-Zionism, and anti-Jewishness.  It is not specific.  It is general.  It is a mood.

In siding with the Muslims, the Times inadvertently sticks up for misogyny and Mid-Eastern gay executions.  

The Times' slogan is "All the News That's Fit to Print."  It's actually "All the news that we can slant."

The Times is a news rag.  Its information is encyclopedic, but its bias is obvious beneath the distorted facts and its accumulation of biased articles.  It is dangerous like Obama.  It promises neutrality when it offers subtle bias.  Its teleprompter is the written word and the dictates of ideology.

May the old, respected Gray Lady rest in peace.  Well, maybe not.

David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature.  He has published over 200 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir (The King of White-Collar Boxing), and several books of poems, including Lane Changes.  He was a professional boxer and a CEO.  Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.

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