Category Archives: MSM

The Songs of Jeong & Lee

This essay is also cross-posted at Counter-Currents here. The late founder of modern Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew, is famous for observing: “In multiracial societies, you don’t vote in accordance with your economic interests and social interests, you vote in accordance … Continue reading

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Bangladeshi Asks: “What Happened to the U.S.A?”

A NYT op-ed titled “What Happened to the Country That Made Us Citizens?” by Naureen Khan begins: The day my parents took their oath of citizenship… You can pretty much predict the rest. My family immigrated to the United States … Continue reading

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NYT: “Bavaria: Affluent, Picturesque — and Angry”

This modern horror tale, written by Katrin Bennhold, begins: MUNICH — All seems well in Bavaria. The streets are clean, unemployment is practically nonexistent, social benefits are generous and a vibrant sense of identity infuses small villages and big cities … Continue reading

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Lots of Bergs

Recent NYT political-diversity hire Michelle Goldberg defends recent public uncivility to various Trump admin personnel because of…. muh abortion bombings from 30 yrs ago! “It’s a little more complicated when the professional racist is the president of the United States”, … Continue reading

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NYT Defines “Fringe”

Day #2 of the NYT’s Normandy Invasion.

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13 Ways of Looking at a Narrative (Redux)

Long day at work… Let me open the NYT to see what happened in the world today.

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How Did the Nazis Lead to Trump?

Since Trump’s election in November of 2016, there has been a steady stream (nearly daily) of Nazi allegories. I thought I’ve seen them all, but this one from the NYT might just take the cake (“How Did the Nazis Gain … Continue reading

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NYT: Being a Housewife is Tantamount to White Supremacy

I thought, per the NYT & others, that the Alt Right was ‘dead’. Why, then, the need for hit pieces every other day? I see the frequency of such pieces as a fairly reliable gauge of how healthy the Alt … Continue reading

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NYT: “Beyond My White Sydney Bubble”

In “Beyond My White Sydney Bubble”, Lisa Pryor offers a maudlin paean to Multiculturalism: SYDNEY, Australia — I have spent most of my life among the mostly white and Australian-born. But slowly over the last few years I have been … Continue reading

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NYT’s Racism Confessionals

Hopefully, the NYT can make this into a regular series, so liberal whites can atone endlessly, and to ever deeper and greater levels (“9 People Reveal a Time They Racially Stereotyped a Stranger”): Years ago, I was at the local … Continue reading

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