August 29, 2013
The New York Times is the premier propaganda organ of the globalist international order.
It demonstrated its chops during the invasion of Iraq when propaganda
hack, Judith Miller, faithfully telegraphed neocon lies and
fabrications, thus lending momentary credence to the argument for
invading a country seriously enfeebled by more than a decade of medieval
The Times “backed NATO’s killing machine in Libya,” writes Stephen Lendman.
“It sanitized mass killing, destruction, and human misery. Now it’s
waging war on Syria and Iran. It vilifies regimes Washington opposes. It
defends sabotage and targeted assassinations… The New York Times
supports Washington’s permanent war policy. Its agenda suppresses truth
and full disclosure.”
Now, in addition to paving over truth with the sort of rank lies
peddled by the neocon operative Miller and other establishment
propaganda specialists in and out of government, the Times advocates
Obama violate the Constitution and ignore international law, thus
offhandedly excusing serious criminality under a thin and hypocritical
veneer of redefined morality.
“There are moral reasons for disregarding the law, and I believe the Obama administration should intervene in Syria,” writes Ian Hurd,
an associate professor of political science at Northwestern. “But it
should not pretend that there is a legal justification in existing law.”