Do you think there are commies working in the NYT?

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Do you think there are commies working in the NYT?

Postby cassowary » Sat Jan 14, 2012 5:50 pm

The NYT Shilling Again for Leftwing Murderers

The New York Times, which played a key role in getting convicted and unrepentant murderer Kathy Boudin​ a parole, has now published a similar massive plea posing as a news story for her accomplice, Judy Clark. The piece is maliciously titled “The Radical Transformation of Judy Clark” as though Clark, understanding the heinous nature of her crime which left 9 children fatherless, is prepared to renounce the life that led to it. Nothing could be further from the truth. Of course Clark is in her sixties now and regrets her separation from the infant she abandoned to commit the crime (her last crime not her only crime). Her daughter is now 31 and she would obviously like to be able to share the kind of life with her that her victims cannot share with their dead fathers.


Judy Clark is one of those commies that dream of a revolution to destroy America, that champion of capitalism. Why is the NYT so sympathetic to commies?
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Postby Hocketing Dad » Tue Jan 17, 2012 12:58 am

cassowary wrote:The NYT Shilling Again for Leftwing Murderers

The New York Times, which played a key role in getting convicted and unrepentant murderer Kathy Boudin​ a parole, has now published a similar massive plea posing as a news story for her accomplice, Judy Clark. The piece is maliciously titled “The Radical Transformation of Judy Clark” as though Clark, understanding the heinous nature of her crime which left 9 children fatherless, is prepared to renounce the life that led to it. Nothing could be further from the truth. Of course Clark is in her sixties now and regrets her separation from the infant she abandoned to commit the crime (her last crime not her only crime). Her daughter is now 31 and she would obviously like to be able to share the kind of life with her that her victims cannot share with their dead fathers.


Judy Clark is one of those commies that dream of a revolution to destroy America, that champion of capitalism. Why is the NYT so sympathetic to commies?


It amazes me that Cassowary posted this new thread about The New York Times, TWO DAYS AGO!


... and still, Waxwing hasn't located anything with which to extend it.

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Postby cassowary » Tue Jan 17, 2012 11:10 am

Waxy must be losing his grip.
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Postby lzzrdgrrl » Tue Jan 17, 2012 12:35 pm

Turn up the heat. That'll soften him up and he'll stick better.......;3..........
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Postby waxwing001 » Wed Jan 18, 2012 6:10 am

I believe The God of Divine Love is Communist. This would explain why Adam And Eve walked naked in the garden of Eden
The problem man in his fallen nature can not be good communist . The coming chosen ones live without electric, in huts deep in the forest where ravens come and feed them if needed and God's Divine Nature comes down from heaven on a holy chosen people as purgatory on this earth perfect them for God's heaven.
Who these chosen ones are remains to be revealed . All I know is they are sinners God makes holy :D
( I have sympathy for people thinking about how it is to live in such a commune as the Divine Nature comes down from heaven and miracles are all around them in the future when another human is not hell but heaven. can this dream come true?--but those in the west will be out to protect such holy ones I pray)
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Re: Do you think there are commies working in the NYT?

Postby cassowary » Thu Jan 19, 2012 7:39 am

This is the first thing you said that is comprehensible in a long while Waxy. Keep it up.
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Re: Do you think there are commies working in the NYT?

Postby Hocketing Dad » Sat Jan 21, 2012 11:46 pm

The executive editor of the New York Times, Jill Abramson, often says that in depth reporting is her main passion. The below must be a good example of it, given how it displays layer upon layer of writers, sources, reviewers all remarkably in step with each other.

lol

The following is a quote from an item in the Weekly Standard. And the NYT article quoted in the first paragraph, is taken from the only book review I've seen in the NYTimes dealing with Jodi Kantor's The Obamas.

We have good news for all you skeptics who’ve been wondering whether you should trust the gossipy stories in the new book The Obamas: You can stop worrying. The author of the book, which was published to much hoo-ha this month, is a journalist named Jodi Kantor, and here’s what I read about her just the other day: “Ms. Kantor, who covered the Obamas for the New York Times during the 2008 presidential campaign, and is currently a Washington correspondent for the paper, has earned the voice of authority.”

I read this in the New York Times. The reviewer didn’t go on to explain what exactly Jodi Kantor did to earn her authority, other than to work for the New York Times.

I can hear the skeptics already—should we really trust the word of the New York Times about the trustworthiness of the New York Times? Perhaps the skeptics get hung up on the circular reasoning, not realizing that it is this circularity that perpetuates the grand reputation of the Times and its many writers and reporters: Why can you trust the New York Times? Because it employs authoritative reporters like Jodi Kantor. How do we know Jodi Kantor is authoritative? Because otherwise she wouldn’t work for the New York Times.


The reviewer chosen by the NYTImes to write about The Obamas happens to be Connie Schultz, who is married to Senator Sherrod Brown, Democrat from Ohio. Brown is heavily involved in Obama's agenda, and his marriage appears to be a most compatible one, judging by a quick glossing through his wife's recent articles.

Here's a link to the dullest review of that book I've seen so far.

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On the other hand, that Weekly Standard piece contained a couple of interesting quotes from the book I've not seen repeated elsewhere:

“The Obamas, along with aides and friends, came to believe that the American public did not appreciate their exceptional leader.”

“Systemic change,” the author writes, “was what they (Mr & Mrs Obama) had always dreamed of, from the beginning of their relationship.”
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More evidence of reds between the sheets of NYT

Postby cassowary » Sat Jan 28, 2012 9:22 am

The Marxist Mission to Destroy Ayaan Hirsi Ali

NYT wrote a glowing book review of the book, "Wanted Women: Faith, Lies, and the War on Terror: The Lives of Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Aafia Siddiqui"

The book made a Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a true femmist, the moral equivalent of the Islamists (read misogynist) Aafia Siddiqui and of course the NYT loved it.

Recently, the New York Times gave a relatively glowing review to this new work. According to critic Dwight Garner, the two women are “such opposites that, as the author memorably observes, ‘Like the bikini and the burka or the virgin and the whore, you couldn’t quite understand one without understanding the other.’”

Garner continues: “If you are wondering who is the bikini (and thus the whore) in that formulation, Ms. Scroggins leaves little doubt that it is Ms. Hirsi Ali, whom her book relentlessly attacks.”

Hirsi Ali is indeed “wanted”— but by misogynist Islamists whom she exposes and opposes. Siddiqui, “Lady Al Qaeda,” was indeed “wanted” and is now in prison for attempting to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan for al-Qaeda.
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Re: Do you think there are commies working in the NYT?

Postby total issues » Sun Jan 29, 2012 12:22 am

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I got banned in this commie forum

Postby cassowary » Tue Feb 07, 2012 1:20 pm

It was a very interesting place. There were a lot of revolutionary characters there. You have to go to the opposing ideologies thread if you want to post as an anti-commie.
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