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Sounds like a collaboration to me

Submitted by D Brown, May 30, 2014 18:01

When a reporter gives substantial advice to an organization which is an arm of Hamas for the purpose for furthering its agenda, it's a collaboration. Even if the advice was for a program which has already been implemented. The reporter declared which side she is on and to what extent she is willing to help undermine U.S. security. It gives "co-conspirator" a broader definition.

I picture in my mind how the agenda of The Times is set at its managerial meetings, and who holds sway.


NY Times and informants

Submitted by jutland, May 14, 2014 18:40

What is hysterical is calling the NYT article hysterical. What is hysterical is saying that the NYT "collaborates" with Muslim groups. Let's leave at least some room for legitimate differences of tone and even opinion.


I wonder...

Submitted by Ed, May 14, 2014 11:30

I wonder how long it would take the NYT to alter its view if Muslims detonated a car bomb that brought down half its headquarters?

I wonder how long before the NYT published an ANTI-Muslim editorial if Muslims went after Obama?

How long before the NYT flip-flopped if Muslims declared a holy was and fatwa on liberal ideology?


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