by Jack Engelhard
The Times especially would rather this were hushed because the Times has become a racist rag.
First the good news –
President Trump’s State Department has wiped the Palestinian Authority off its map, so no more nonsense about the PA acting now or ever as a “peace partner.”
It sums up like this: “Now the very existence of a Palestinian Authority is not present on the official website representing the US State Department.”
Nor, from the State Department, at least, will we be hearing much more about Jewish Land termed “occupied territory.”
This is very big news. This is “stop the presses news.” Sanity at last. Trump hates anything fake and nothing was ever more fake than the monster that was created in 1994 at the Oslo Accords. So, onto fake news…fake news with racist views… did you read about it in The New York Times? Did you hear about it from CNN…NBC…CBS…ABC?
Of course not. I caught it on Arutz Sheva. Where else?
Nor, from the Times and rest of them was there anything about a spree of Arab terrorism that over the past few days, here and here, left two Israeli youngsters dead…and one now, here, hospitalized and fighting for his life. News like that would be helpful toward leading people to the big picture. But the news media will not allow this. Only their bias must be aired.
The Times especially would rather this were hushed because the Times has become a racist rag. (This from me, and that from the New York Post’s Michael Goodwin.)
You are amazed that the nation’s most influential paper practices Yellow Journalism, or, as I prefer, Journalistic Porn?
Consider, then, the antisemitic cartoons that the Times carried some months back, indeed, shades of Der Sturmer, and before that hired Sarah Jeong as a member of its editorial board…I said, Editorial Board…this after it was found that Jeong had posted numerous hate-filled messages against “white people.”
She is still on the job, far as I know, so do not wonder too much about why so many Times editorials smell like sewage.
More late-breaking antisemitism? It is another day, after all. Now, a man named Tom Wright-Piersanti has zoomed into focus, as someone who’s been caught (by various sources) writing trash like this – “Crappy Jew Year…You Jews.” It is the sort of graffiti you would normally find at some forsaken juke joint off the highway.
Guess who drives the political desk at The New York Times? Same guy. Yes, Piersanti, according to the sources. Has he been fired?
Or, with a back story and credentials like that, was he HIRED for being such a perfect fit? He’s in good company.
So are they all, on the Left. One size fits all. Must say, Bill Maher surprised me. Can’t watch him. Too far gone. Too far Left. But I never thought of him as a hater, though we are all learning much more about Leftists, and how their capacity for hatred knows no limits, particularly against Trump, and how they lost their marbles from the moment he got elected.
They certainly lost a sense of humor. Come on, people. Trump was only joking when he called himself “the chosen one.” It…was…a…JOKE.
Not funny? Certainly not Bill Maher when he cracked that he was glad David Koch was dead, and he hoped “the end was painful.” The people laughed and applauded.
Koch was a great humanitarian. He gave millions to charities and for research against cancer. But you see…he was a Republican.
Are we back to the Dark Ages?
That gets us back to the PA and its pay-to-slay business, despite being off the books at the US State Department, and despite The Taylor Force Act.
No, the killings go on, and meanwhile so does the politicking in Israel…with an answer for everything…except how to stop the murders.
Jack Engelhard is a New York-based bestselling American novelist who writes regularly for Arutz Sheva. He is the author of the international book-to-movie bestseller “Indecent Proposal.” His Holocaust to Montreal memoir “Escape from Mount Moriah” has been honored from page to screen at CANNES. His Inside Journalism thriller, “The Bathsheba Deadline,” is being prepared for the movies. Contemporaries have hailed him “The last Hemingway, a writer without peer, and the conscience of us all.” Website: www.jackengelhard.com
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