Wednesday, June 28, 2006

New York Times: Grey Lady Traitor

Doc Farmer weighs in on the NY Times and their callous disregard for the safety of Americans, all in the quest to advance their political agenda. It is high time the Department of Justice got off their collective asses and openned up an investigation into this affair. - Sailor

New York Times: Grey Lady Traitor

Written by Doc Farmer
Wednesday, June 28, 2006

I have a very
simple question. Has American gone completely insane?

No, I'm not posing this query because of the latest episodes of "The Jerry Springer Show," although I still marvel at the number of trailer parks our great nation must have supplying the "guests" on that program.

On September 11, 2001, America was attacked in a brutal and cowardly manner by 19 evil men following another evil man (Usama bin Laden) and an evil ideology (Islamofascism). While UBL had declared war on America years before, it took this abomination to finally get America to sit up and take this threat seriously. George W. Bush took immediate action and followed terrorists' declaration of war with one of his own. Not a war against Usama, or his followers, or even Al Qaeda, but a war against terrorism itself.

This is a World War. Whether Congress has or hasn't "declared"
war in the constitutional manner, it have given its vocal, and repeated, approval to this war. It is World War IV (World War III was the "cold" war, which Reagan won). America has, with its allies, won every World War in history. However, this may be the first World War that America could conceivably lose. Not because of our lack of military might. Not because our enemies are right, either morally or ethically. Not because our president, or this administration, or our brave troops, are lacking in will or determination.

No, we may well lose this war because of the New York Times.

The Grey Lady, as the New York Times has been called in the past, is a traitor. Its reporters are traitors. Its editors are traitors. Its publisher is a traitor.

Please note that I do not use this term lightly. I am speaking strictly from a legal and
constitutional basis. The New York Times is purposefully, willfully, and with malice aforethought, providing aid and comfort to our enemies in a time of war.


Why is the New York Times doing this? Why is it being aided and abetted by other members of the so-called "mainstream" media? Why is it being defended by politicians, pundits, and the putrid pukes of lib/dem/soc/commie-dom? What possible gain could the Times garner from America's defeat?

Probably the only thing about which the Times cares: the defeat of Bush. Lord knows, the newspaper has been doing everything possible to undermine the president, this administration, and the political party/ideology to which they belong. The so-called "right," or
rep/con/tairs as I prefer to call them. For that, the paper misuses the freedoms of this great nation in order to ensure that everyone potentially loses those freedoms.

Including, ironically, itselves.

The editors never seem to consider that, however. Do they truly believe that "freedom of the press" (or any other freedoms, for that matter) would still apply to them should Islamofascism win this war? Would the New York Times still exist, say, if Nazi fascism had won the day over six decades ago?

This is the dichotomy of a free press controlled by a lib/dem/soc/commie ideology. The Constitution, which the MSM hide behind no matter what crime they commit, would be the first thing destroyed if America loses World War IV. Free speech for the media would be gone, just as it is now for rep/con/tairs who speak up against the media's abuse. Oh, we're not jailed, but we are
vilified, ridiculed, and (wherever possible) ruined and defamed by the lib/dem/soc/commie press. Don't believe me? Ask Ann Coulter (Hubba! Hubba!), who is constantly slandered, libeled, misquoted, importuned, and attacked by her political, immoral, and unethical opponents. Luckily, Miss Coulter (Hubba!²) is quite able--and ever so willing--to defend herself from this collection of liars and misanthropes (or would they be misgynothropes in this case?).

Can we as a nation defend ourselves from the dangers created by a press hell-bent on our nation's destruction?

Well, putting aside the unfortunate irony that the New York Times can take every opportunity to demolish this country and all it stands for, while Americans cannot burn the New York Times building to the ground, crush the ashes and salt the
earth so that nothing may ever grow there again, then take the staff and publishers of said media monument (more a tabloid turd, actually) and do to them what Al Zarqawi did to Nick Berg, there are a limited number of options available to us.

Option One: Arrest Arthur Sulzberger Jr., Janet L. Robinson, Leonard P. Forman, the editors and (ir)responsible reporters involved in this story on the charges of Treason, aiding and abetting terrorism, sedition, jay-walking, bad breath, chewing their own toenails, farting in elevators, and anything else the government can throw at these bastards. Don't just throw the book at these toe-rags, dump an entire law library on their heads. Sadly, this will never happen. Why? Because the federal government in general, and the Bush administration in particular, don't have the testicular fortitude necessary to do the right thing. Dubya will gladly defend this nation abroad, but for some reason he
(and every president since Lincoln) doesn't believe it is right to bring traitors to task for their treason. Which is why Hanoi Jane, Hanoi John, Baghdad Jim, and Slick Willie are still walking the streets. Note to administration: First Amendment protections do not extend to illegal acts. Please try to keep this in mind.

Option Two: Boycott the New York Times and all of its other affiliated newspapers and broadcasters (the list is at the end of this article). Also, contact all of its advertisers and tell them what you think of their financial support of traitors. Granted, the NYT has had dropping circulation (even when it fakes its own numbers), but it has been a gradual decline. I think the words "screaming plummet" would
be a nicer outcome.

Option Three: File a class action suit against the New York Times Company for ten times its asset base. However, this option includes the use of effing lawyers, who will get 33% of the take, so it's not really the most preferred alternative. Unless, of course, we figure out a way to get rid of the lawyers right after the verdict, that is. Hmmmmm.

Option Four: Invade the New York Times Building with a well trained and heavily armed strike force, make the entire staff strip naked, and march them down the middle of West 43rd Street to the catcalls and ridicule of as many rep/con/tairs as can be bussed in, until they are locked in stocks outside the mayor's office and pelted with rotting vegetables, sprayed with eau de skunk, injected with the
Ebola virus, and forced to watch Paulie Shore movies until their eyes explode. (Hyperbolic? Yes. But as you might have guessed, this is a personal favorite....)

Option Five: All of the above.

Sounds extreme? Oh, it is, absolutely. But if it comes to a choice between their freedom to destroy the Constitution, the Nation, and our way of life, or our freedom to preserve the Constitution, the nation, and our way of life, I choose the latter.

Oh, one more thing to consider. If the mainstream media gets their way, and they force America to lose this war as they forced it to lose in Vietnam, you can pretty much be assured that ALL of America will face Option Four. Including the mainstream media.


Want to take Option Two? Here are the holdings of the New York Times Company:

The New York Times (New York, NY)
The Boston Globe (Boston, MA)
The Courier (Houma, LA)
The Daily Comet (Thibodaux, LA)
The Dispatch (Lexington, NC)
The Gadsden Times (Gadsden, AL)
The Gainesville Sun (Gainesville, FL)
International Herald Tribune (Global)
The Ledger (Lakeland, FL)
The Press Democrat (Santa Rosa, CA)
Petaluma Argus-Courier
(Petaluma, CA)
Sarasota Herald-Tribune (Sarasota, FL)
Spartanburg Herald-Journal (Spartanburg, SC)
Star-Banner (Ocala, FL)
TimesDaily (Florence, AL)
Times-News (Hendersonville, NC)
The Tuscaloosa News (Tuscaloosa, AL)
The Star-News (Wilmington, NC)
The Worcester Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA)
KFOR-TV (Oklahoma City, OK)
KAUT-TV (Oklahoma City, OK)
KFSM (Fort Smith, AR)
WHNT (Huntsville, AL)
WHO-TV (Des Moines, IA)
WNEP (Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, PA)
WQAD (Moline, IL)
WREG-TV (Memphis, TN)
WTKR (Norfolk, VA)
Discovery-Times Channel (Cable)
The New York Times
Syndicate and News Service

About the Writer: Doc Farmer is a writer and humorist who is also a moderator on ChronWatch's Forum. He formerly lived in Saudi Arabia and Qatar, but now resides in the Midwest. Doc receives e-mail at

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