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Some day, NOBODY will read the New York Times (except the lawyers and historians investigating its complicity in crimes against humanity)
Those interested in knowing more about that heinous propaganda rag should read Greg Maybury's recent two-part takedown, along with Ashley Rindsberg's book The Gray Lady Winked (2021)
Here’s a two-part takedown of the New York Times, posted by Greg Maybury a few weeks ago. It should be read in tandem with Ashley Rindsberg’s book The Gray Lady Winked, a devastating look back at some of the Gray Lady’s whoppers, starting with Otto Tolischus’ pro-Hitler reportage back in the Thirties (including the Bizarro tale that Poland was attacking Germany), and Walter Duranty’s blunt denials of Stalin’s terror-famine in Ukraine (denials that he himself eventually denied in private), and ending with “the 1619 Project,” a masterstroke of “woke” disinformation that the Times did not just feature in its glossy Sunday magazine, but that its editors have also brazenly repackaged into a curriculum for (profitable) use in schools from coast to coast.
As one who’s written or co-written five op-eds for the Gray Lady (back when it was not the total Oceanic rag it is today), and as one who’s studied “our free press” since the Seventies (when the CIA’s grip on the US media began to get some traction as a story in some outlets, the Times included, before it very quickly disappeared), I’m here to tell you that, especially in light of its enormous influence on all the other media, and its hypnotic impact on the professional classes, the New York Times is easily the world’s worst newspaper—as, some day, everyone will see, by which time it will have gone the way of Pravda and Das Reich
All the News that’s Fit to Fake & Hide — Part One: The Slander, Calumny, & Lies of an Old Gray Lady
by Greg Maybury