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Sunday, March 25, 2007

The NY Times fans the flames again--fails to mention crimes by Duke prosecutor

Selena Roberts has a gift for writing, but the NY Times' point of view encourages suffering and at the extreme, death. She writes a column about the possible end of the so-called "Duke rape case," her thesis of course is the racial divide aspect. Ms. Roberts, Pinchy Sulzberger, et al,
  • WHY DO YOU THINK THE PROSECUTOR DREAMED UP THE PHONY CHARGES TO BEGIN WITH? TO INFLAME RACIAL ANIMUS TO MOTIVATE ENOUGH PEOPLE TO VOTE FOR HIM IN AN UPCOMING ELECTION. WHATEVER PROBLEMS THAT EXISTED WERE MADE INFINITELY WORSE, STRICTLY TO WIN AN ELECTION. WHICH HE DID.
  • WHY WEREN'T THE CHARGES DISMISSED IMMEDIATELY? BECAUSE WHITES HAVE BEEN INTIMIDATED TO THE POINT WHERE THEY'LL MEEKLY ACCEPT MOB RULE RATHER THAN STAND UP FOR THEMSELVES.
  • I'M GLAD THE SYRACUSE LACROSSE PLAYERS WERE THROWN OFF THE TEAM FOR HAVING BEEN ARRESTED OUTSIDE A BAR. BUT SELENA ROBERTS, OF ALL PEOPLE, DOESN'T RAISE THE QUESTION OF FOOTBALL OR BASKETBALL PLAYERS BEING ALLOWED TO REMAIN ON TEAMS FOR SIMILAR OFFENSES. WHY?
THE NY TIMES WRITES SYMPATHETICALLY OF A VICIOUS LIAR, DRUG ADDICT, ETC. WHO WAS FREELY ALLOWED TO SWAY THE ELECTION OF A MAJOR OFFICIAL, WASTING WHAT THE TIMES WOULD NO DOUBT AGREE ARE FINITE PUBLIC FUNDS AND TIME WHICH WOULD BE BETTER SPENT ON EDUCATION AND DISCIPLINE. RIGHT? NOT A WORD OF SYMPATHY FOR THE VICTIMS--STANDARD FOR THE NY TIMES.
  • THE NEW YORK TIMES WITH THIS COLUMN FANS THE FLAMES OF STEREOTYPES AND AVOIDS THE SIMPLE TRUTH, THE ACTUAL CRIME, LIKE THE PLAGUE.
THE NY TIMES' ISN'T BOTHERED BY REALITY.

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