Skip to comments.Author Ted Malloch Takes Down the Flailing New York Times
Posted on 09/03/2018 7:13:21 AM PDT by Cheerio
I grew up reading the New York Times as the paper of record because my social studies teachers in high school and college mandated it.
I stopped reading it years and years ago as it became overtly biased and predictably liberal.
The last few days, I have been in Asia and the hotel only had the NYT, so I had a quick read.
This is not a real newspaper it is a propaganda organ for the anti-American, post-modern radical who loathes Trump, any traditional values, the family, and what used to be referred to as, good taste.
The headlines were ludicrous not journalism but outright attacks.
(Excerpt) Read more at thegatewaypundit.com ...
The crossword puzzles are good.
And, I think if you’re a New Yorker, or an NYC wannabe, the Manhattan doings are essential reading.
I had neighbors who were displaced Manhattanites wishing they could afford to move back. They always had the NYT around. Despite being generally pleasant and intelligent, they were overdosed on the NYT liberal Kool-Aid.
He’s right - that paper has had a major nervous breakdown and should be avoided at all costs. It’s completely toxic, suicidal and murderous against white people, in particular. Appalling what has happened to it. It makes Pravda look like Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.
Virtually every week, I get this email for a subscription to the NYT. I think it’s down to $1 a week for the first six months.
I can recall working for some officer (my AF years) thirty years ago who subscribed to it and quoted it often in conversation. Somewhere in the 1990s, you could tell that they were going down a path to destruction. Same way for Time/Newsweek, and the US News and World Report. My grandfather got the World report weekly in the 1960s, 1970s...quoting it off the front-porch.
The sad thing is that they all had a product that people desired, and they basically flipped it into some propaganda vehicle.
NYT and CNN are the reason that the world wide polls are so slanted against America. Its almost all they have to judge us by.
I think the appt. of the relatively young Arthur “Gregg” Sulzberger started the vast decline. He’s the pajama boy who said that the only serious trauma he experienced in life was being triggered on a college campus (true story).
I looked at the paper yesterday. It’s insane, constant pounding of anti-white hysteria horrifies me. Where all this will end is beyond me.
I gave up on the Slimes so long ago I don’t even remember when, for exactly the reasons he mentioned.
And that’s true of 99% of the papers, magazines, TV shows. I’ve become allergic to all of them. Every day the stories are the same.
The left has done a superb job of taking over the traditional institutions. Our response should be to destroy them by avoiding them like the plague and create new ones that fit our needs.
I see their famous "All the News That's Fit to Print" still appears on the front page but I think some revision is in order.
Do you have any ideas?
News Liberal Opinions That's Fit to
Yes, I know, unlikely to be hired, but how would this person be treated by other reporters and editors?
“NYT and CNN are the reason that the world wide polls are so slanted against America. Its almost all they have to judge us by.”
Actually you have to add Hollywood and TV as their other sources of info so it does make for a toxic view.
“Where all this will end is beyond me.”
I think as a society we’ve been way too complacent about the hate that gets spewed by the left. It’s like planting seeds. Eventually more hatred sprouts from the original hatred, and this always leads to tragedy.
Yes. And I think we are fastforwarding to tragedy.
“Virtually every week, I get this email for a subscription to the NYT. I think its down to $1 a week for the first six months.”
if it’s a print subscription mailed to your mailbox, the newsprint alone is worth the price, not to mention they’ll lose a fortune mailing you that much newsprint ...
And thats true of 99% of the papers, magazines, TV shows. Ive become allergic to all of them. Every day the stories are the same. The left has done a superb job of taking over the traditional institutions. Our response should be to destroy them by avoiding them like the plague and create new ones that fit our needs”
correct on all accounts ...
"In our time, when men seem more than ever to confuse wisdom with knowledge and knowledge with information and to try to solve the problems of life in terms of engineering, there is coming into existence a new kind of provincialism which perhaps deserves a new name. It is a provincialism not of space but of time--one for which history is merely a chronicle of human devices which have served their turn and have been scrapped, one for which the world is the property solely of the living, a property in which the dead hold no share."(Bold added for emphasis)In looking at a map of the 2016 election, one also realizes that "coastal people" were the principal source of Dem support--and that per cent of support was from dense Liberal/Progresssive populations in cities on those "coasts."
Without intellectual anchoring in the enduring ideas which provided the philosophical foundation of America's Declaration of Independence and Constitution, their vain imaginations of superiority only expose their limited world view.
"I think our governments will remain virtuous for many centuries; as long as they are chiefly agricultural; and this will be as long as there shall be vacant lands in any part of America. When they get piled upon one another in large cities, as in Europe, they will become corrupt as in Europe." - Thomas Jefferson
I am proud that I ignored NYT as leftist propaganda in mid 70s as a teen, when my conservative and Christian peers derided me for dustrusting the paper of record, and for being therefore ignorant of momentous tidings.
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