November 21, 2018
The New York Times has written yet another op-ed claiming that it is a misuse of military power to deploy the American military to defend the border. They are going all-in on this ridiculous Jewish narrative.
As we have pointed out in other articles, the New York Times is no longer even pretending to be anything other than what it really is. It is a full blown propaganda operation that is dedicated to promoting the interests of Jews. That’s all it is and that’s all it ever has been. The only difference now is that the mask has been completely ripped off and it’s impossible not to see it for what it is.
More proof of this can be seen with the NYT continuing to hammer away at this insane idea that America’s military should not be used to defend its borders.
The deployment at the border is a dangerous stunt — and a misuse of the military that should have led Secretary Mattis to consider resigning, instead of acceding to this blatant politicization of America’s military https://t.co/fcJCqPqjIP
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) November 19, 2018
It’s almost laughable that they are writing article after article promoting this view. It ignores the basic historical reason for which nations have militaries in the first place. A military has always been used to protect itself from a foreign invasion. Yet here we see the NYT trying to argue against thousands of years of human history.
In the view of the NYT, the only proper use of America’s military is when it is deployed in the Middle East to wage wars that benefit Israel.
A couple weeks ago, they were bold enough to publish a cartoon declaring exactly this.
— NYT Opinion (@nytopinion) November 1, 2018
Back in 2003, the NYT actively pushed for George W. Bush to invade Iraq. The Jewish NYT writer Judith Miller wrote several articles describing how Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. As we all know, those claims were false and her propaganda played a key role in pushing America into the Iraq war disaster.
In the run-up to the Iraq War, Miller became a key reporter on that country’s supposedly documented WMDs. She wrote many articles relayed around the globe on the Bush administration’s doomsday reading of Saddam’s regime. She painted a terrifying picture of his arsenal with apparently sound intelligence sources to back her claims.
However, it emerged that the vast majority of her WMD claims came through Ahmed Chalabi, an indicted fraudster and one of the leading figures in the Iraqi National Congress (INC), the group keen to militarily overthrow Saddam. Miller relied on untested defectors’ testimonies (usually provided by Chalabi) to write several front-page stories on this information. Michael Massing from Columbia Journalism Review suggests her stories were “far too reliant on sources sympathetic to the (Bush) administration”.
Is it any wonder why the NYT has been referred to as the Jew York Times? If there’s any good news, it is that they’re becoming increasingly irrelevant.
It’s very likely that they’re artificially inflating their reach. Take in point their Twitter feed. Supposedly they have over 42 million Twitter followers.
But when you look at the NYT’s tweets, many of them don’t even get a “like” total over 1,000.
Donald Trump’s Twitter feed has a little over 55 million followers and his tweets regularly get a “like” total that reaches over 100,000. So even if we assume that all of the NYT’s Twitter followers are legitimate, their audience is nowhere near as engaged.
Moving forward, expect to see the NYT become increasingly aggressive with their Jewish propaganda. They’ve long since passed the point of no return.