Thursday, March 9, 2017

Inflammatory, Controversial NY Times Hurls Adjectives at Pro-Israel Americans - by Ira Stoll

...Given the newspaper’s sloppiness when it comes to actual facts, it’s no wonder the Times prefers to stick instead to general, vague, though scary-sounding descriptive words like “inflammatory” or “combative.” As this particular example demonstrates, the labels apply aptly to the Times itself.

Ira Stoll..
08 March '17..

The New York Times has finally gotten worked up about a threat to national sovereignty in Europe.

What is this supposed threat, according to a front-page “news” article in Wednesday’s Times? Not an influx of radical Muslim immigrants. Not meddlesome Brussels bureaucrats. No, to hear the Times tell it, the real “assault on national sovereignty” — that’s the language the Times uses in the third paragraph — comes from, of all places, politically conservative, pro-Israel Americans and American Jews.

As is its usual practice, the Times makes its case by hurling pejorative adjectives at the people it dislikes.

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