Wow! Count em'! A dirty dozen of anti-Trumpian hit pieces contained in a single
As regular researchers of old Slimes'
archives dating back to 1900, we confidently say with authority that no personage in American history has been subjected to
the level of Sulzbergerian slime now being spewed at Donald Trump (often referred to by us as "Orange Man" when he pisses us off with his many imperfections and errors.) Even
the late great Senator Joseph McCarthy never got it this bad and this blatantly.
Back in the old days, the ever present bias of "the paper of record" was always
present, but not so "in-your-face." In order to maintain the illusion of objective journalism, a surprising amount
of truth often made its way into this all-mighty Jewish journal of gibberish -- albeit in the inner pages. Entire press releases
from Hitler's Foreign Ministry were published, as were the opinions of Joe McCarthy's defenders.
In the old days, a few balancing
truth nuggets would occasionally surface in Sulzberger's Slimes ...
1- The August 28, 1939 headline of
the Hitler-hating New York Times confirmed that Hitler sought to avoid war with Britain & France.
An entire communique from Hitler was published on the front page
2- December 8, 1941: The entire post-Pearl Harbor Declaration of War by Japanese Emperor Hirohito was published
by The Times -- even though it was a damning indictment of FDR's government.
The art of the con job back then involved
the publishing of a few solid inner page truths, which would then be overwhelmed with twice as many front page lies. Nonetheless,
the gold nuggets of truth were there and can still be mined. Today, however, the Jew York Slimes is all lies (including
the deadly lie of omission) all the time. One will search in vain for even a single token defense of a Trump or a Putin.
It's not that the Sulzberger Dynasty has grown any more evil in its
intent to deceive. The deceptive nature of these Bolshevik beasts is no worse today than it was 30, 60, 90 or even 120 years
ago. The difference is that Boobus Americanus is now dumber and more communistic than ever. Therefore, there is no
longer any need to satisfy the inquisitive reader with the occasional and symbolic inner page sheep-dipping
of "the other side of the story." Today's "college educated" libtard is so insular and "group-minded"
in his "thinking" that he cannot even imagine that there even is another side of matters.
With his readership already having been
pre-brainwashed at today's Marxist-dominated colleges, Arthur Sulzberger has a much easier job of public deception than
his great grandfather did.
You see, the uppity sophist Slimes has always appealed to the "college educated"
reader. But back in the day when universities (and high schools) still taught the classics and the basics of rational
thinking, the Sulzberger-Ochs Crime Family knew that any propaganda campaign that was too outrageously and too
one-sidedly bold would not work on its readers, even if those readers had a liberal bent. Hence, the veneer of confidence-building
"objectivity" in the form of an occasional truth bomb was always a necessary element of the grand deception.
But so many of the post 1980 "college educated" generation
are now so far gone -- so stupid -- so brainwashed -- so prideful and puffed-up on their own sophistry -- and so
degenerate in both intellect and morality, that the Sulzbergers now feel safe in abandoning any pretense of objectivity. In
the past, the Slimes would never have run 12 hit pieces in a single day against anyone -- not even
pre-war Hitler! It would have been too damn obvious.
demonic sons-of-bitches want their war with Russia and China, and they are determined, no, obsessed with
stopping Donald Trump from stopping that war. All the while, arch-criminal Killary Clinscum get a free
pass (with zero hit-pieces) in painting Trump as a dangerous warmonger!
Un--Freakin'--believable! --- But not to Slimes worshippers. Those ass-clowns will believe that
dog-shit sandwiches are nutritious and delicious if Sulzberger's Slimes and the rest of the Piranha Press tells them
has dared to so boldly challenge "the paper of record" as Orange Man has