After almost 2½ centuries of orderly transitions of power, the American government will be overthrown by Antifa communists and their fellow travellers – tomorrow, they hope.
Among those fellow travelers, you can always count The New York Times:
“This Nightmare Must End: THE TRUMP/PENCE REGIME MUST GO!”
These are the opening lines of a costly full-page advertisement last Saturday in The New York Times promoting mayhem and insurrection.
Of course being the ignorant know-nothings they are, they missed the chance to run it one day later – the 5th of November, Guy Fawkes Day. This man sincerely wished the same thing as the Times – by blowing the Houses of Parliament up with gunpowder.
“Nov. 4 It Begins,” the advertisement continues. “Join with the thousands who will gather in cities and towns across the country. A movement of protests that continue every day and night, growing until we become millions… determined not to stop until this regime is driven from power.”
The advertisement directs readers to the website of Refuse Fascism, founded and run by the Revolutionary Communist Party. Its purpose is to do for America what Mao Zedong did for China – run up the highest body count of any tyrant in world history.
This is not the first time the New York Times assisted communists. Assisted? They swoon over commos.
They covered up Stalin’s genocide of millions of Ukrainians, they helped make Fidel Castro the dictator of Cuba, they glorifyied Mao Zedong, they remanticised communist Weather Underground terrorist Bill Ayers (Barack Obama’s lifelong friend and mentor). To put it briefly the Times has been foremost among media organizations promoting communism worldwide. In fact, this year, in celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, the Times has run an appalling series of articles under the heading “Red Century” that wistfully pine for the romantic era of the gulag and the Lubyanka.
Technically, in the US it is still against the law to advocate, abet, advise, or teach the duty, necessity, desirability, or propriety of overthrowing the government of the USA. However, laws like that are not enforced anymore.
You have to love all the non-phrases, euphemisms, and cowardly indirectness of this ad, a clear sign that the Times lawyers had been making sure there was nothing absolutely directly against the law.
“…until this regime is driven from power…”
What exactly do you mean by “driven from power”, hmm? Voted out? Murdered? Trump assassinated?
Must go where exactly? How? When? And by whom?
Don’t want to say, hmm? Cat’s got your tongue?
It’s obvious the cowards won’t say so, because they obviously don’t want a late-night visit from the Secret Service, do they?
It was the pinko poofy editor of this lame, childish, and pathetic rag who visited Australia the other day at the invite of the ABC to give the Andrew Olle speech – a self-glorifyng effort of the ABC who still pretend to impartiality in reporting. It was a good choice – it outlined what both these institutions stand for; the ABC gets behind the rag that gets behind the commos.
It was a pitiful effort by the way. The Times is under the hammer of the throw-away “Fake News” response to much of what they print, so they were here, pretending to discuss the fake news phenomenon, but in reality defending themselves.
He did it so stupidly a child could see through him. He used the definition trick (“What I mean by fake news is..” and set the bar for fake news so high that Jack Rice couldn’t get over it. Fake news is news done by an on-line blog, and usually being paid for it!