In the world of the Fake News Media, it can sometimes be difficult to discern just which one is the biggest joke out there. CNN is up there, when they threaten meme-makers with lawsuits and run Russia-collusion stories for two and a half straight years with zero evidence to show for it. But I think The New York Times has pulled ahead in recent times.
Of course, I am talking about the horrible, terrible, no-good, very bad week the people at the NYT had recently. First, the NYT Archives page remembered the death of Chinese Communist dictator Mao Zedong, who died on September 9th, 1976. They did this by tweeting: “Mao Zedong died on this day in 1976: The Times said he ‘began as an obscure peasant’ and ‘died one of history’s great revolutionary figures.’”
Two things they said about him, one of them wrong and the other one REALLY wrong for different reasons.
First, Zedong was never, himself, a peasant. He was born to a farmer who was once a peasant but became “affluent as a farmer and grain dealer,” according to the Encyclopedia Britannica’s page on Mao Zedong. To say he was a peasant is historically inaccurate.
But that’s, of course, not the worst part. The second part was remembering him as “one of history’s great revolutionary figures.” He was a “great revolutionary figure” in the same way Hitler and Lenin were. That is to say: not at all.
He led a communist revolution in China, became dictator of the land, and subsequently murdered 45 million people thanks to his “Great Leap Forward” policy. This is something even THE WASHINGTON POST acknowledges.
Yeah, kinda “forgot” to mention that part, didn’t they?
But as bad as that is, I believe it pales in comparison to what they did on the 18th anniversary of 9/11.
You may have heard a little something about it, as it was all over Twitter and conservative media (apart from the actual remembrance of the victims and events of 9/11).
The New York Times posted and promptly deleted the following tweet: “18 years have passed since airplanes took aim and brought down the World Trade Center. Today, families will once again gather and grieve at the site where more than 2000 people died.”
Of course, people pointed out the lunacy of that tweet. It wasn’t airplanes that “took aim” at the towers. It was radical Islamic terrorists. But then again, we really shouldn’t be so surprised at the sort of language and rhetoric these people use.
These are people who might actually believe guns can float around and shoot and kill people all on their own, erasing any of the blame on the actual shooter and focusing on the gun.
I have already pointed out how shootings tend to not be paid much attention to if the shooter is someone who hurts their narrative. They talked far more at length about the El Paso shooter because he targeted Hispanics than they did about the openly-socialist Dayton shooter. And back when a Berniebro shot at Republicans during a Congressional baseball game, injuring Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA), they made the concerted effort not to mention the very intentions the shooter had: to kill as many Republicans because he bought Bernie’s rhetoric that Republicans would kill people by taking away their healthcare.
Similarly, since 9/11 is the biggest terrorist attack in American history, and since it was perpetrated by radical Islamic terrorists, any and all semblance of radical Islam must be taken out of the remembrance of the day, because political correctness deems it so.
Never mind that it was RADICAL ISLAMIC TERRORISTS who hijacked the planes that flew into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and the Pennsylvania field (though that last one was because the passengers were aware of what happened in New York and realized their plane also got hijacked and bravely fought the terrorists, but ultimately all died). Never mind that radical Muslims all over the world CELEBRATED the attacks in their hatred of America. No, we must avoid talking about radical Islamic terrorism when talking about THE BIGGEST TERRORIST ATTACK IN U.S. HISTORY.
It wasn’t terrorists who did it, you see; it was the planes. As though it was one massive accident and no ill-intent was present whatsoever. What an absolute joke of a news organization. The fact it’s the NEW YORK Times, of all organizations, makes it all the sadder. The attack was in THEIR CITY. Their residents and citizens WITNESSED IT HAPPENING LIVE. And they have the nerve to avoid placing the blame where it belongs?
And their updated tweet wasn’t much better either: “18 years after nearly 3,000 people were lost, families of those killed in the terror attacks will gather at the 9/11 memorial. There will be a moment of silence at 8:46 a.m., then the names of the dead – one by one – will be recited.”
Nearly 3,000 people weren’t “lost”. Again, that erases culpability and makes it appear sort of like an accident or at least like it wasn’t intentional. They were TAKEN by these radical Islamic monsters.
The New York Times is incredibly adamant about revising history to suit their agenda. Only a couple of months ago, they launched the 1619 project, if you remember that one. As a reminder, that project aimed (or aims, if they are still pushing it) at revising the history of our country’s very own founding to push the narrative that we were founded on slavery. To say that we weren’t founded on the basis of liberty for all, but that we were actually founded on the basis of slavery due to the very first slave ship arriving in the New World – that is the goal.
In the title, I put the word “forgot” in quotation marks because this wasn’t by accident in the least bit. At this point, it’s a pattern of revisionist history:
And it all fits perfectly into their agenda: protecting radical Islamic terrorists even when they kill people (and even when they kill another Leftist “protected” group: gay people), protecting the image of one of history’s most brutal dictators and mass murderers, and insisting that our country’s greatness is illegitimate and bought by the blood of slaves and poor people.
All b.s. of the highest order, but that’s how delusional these people are.
The New York Times is a massive joke of an organization, and that’s saying something in comparison to all the other fake news organizations. Fredo Cuomo has more dignity than these people.
“A false witness will not go unpunished, and he who breathes out lies will perish.”
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