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From the New York Times:

A Black Transgender Man Attacked on the Subway
This Week in Hate
By THE EDITORIAL BOARD JAN. 5, 2017

This Week in Hate highlights hate crimes and harassment around the country since the election of Donald Trump. The Southern Poverty Law Center and other groups are keeping detailed counts of harassment and abuse, amid concerns about a rise in hate crimes after the election. Here are some recent incidents, which we are publishing on a weekly basis to draw attention to the issue. …

On Dec. 20, This Week in Hate reported on swastikas found at Nassau Community College in Nassau County, N.Y. A 20-year-old man has been charged with aggravated harassment in connection with the swastikas and many other anti-Semitic drawings. Police said they caught the man drawing swastikas at the college.

Not in the NYT

Now you know and I know that the NYT is referring to the cretinous-looking Punjabi Jasskirat Saini who wrote “KKK” and drew cactus-looking attempts at swastikas. And the NYT has even graciously allowed you a path to figuring that out for yourself if you diligently follow the third link in the paragraph above to WABC’s news report.

You might even work out for yourself that the NYT Editorial Board is inflating their This Week in Hate list with an exposed Hate Hoax without mentioning to its readers that it’s an exposed Hate Hoax or even that there are such conceptual entities as Hate Hoaxes.

But how many NYT subscribers will do that, especially paper subscribers?

That’s one of the joys of holding the Megaphone: You can redefine your behavior as Not Fake News in that you gave extremely curious and industrious readers a path to the truth without troubling the majority who like their News Fake.

 
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  2. Dr. X says:

    It’ll be quite interesting to see whether or not the NYT‘s “This Week in Hate” column reports on the four Negroes in Chicago charged with torturing the white guy, won’t it?

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    Sorry, I wanted to press the agree button.
  3. Steve, Thanks for the story, but I refuse to click on any offerings from NYT or WaPo. There is a calmness that comes from not partaking in their narrative. No clicks, no money , no Times.

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  4. Jefferson says:

    The Black Tranny was attacked in Harlem and plus I notice websites that are not The New York Times never refer to the perpetrator as White. This is just another Vibrant Diversity on Vibrant Diversity crime. This is not the work of White supremacist Trump supporters like The NYT wants us to believe.

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    • Replies: @Anonymous
    The Woman who allegedly did it appears to be Ecuadorian.

    So yes, it is probably an example of vibrant on vibrant crime.
    , @International Jew
    Yep, it was almost surely a fight between a hispanic woman and a black woman (ie the "transgender man").

    Further down that article there does appear an honest to goodness white-on-black beating. A white guy named Jacob — employed, married with two kids and with no criminal record to his name — attacked a black guy named David, in Norwich Connecticut at 3AM. David comes across as intelligent and articulate in his subsequent interview. Fowlston has a Facebook page. He looks like a scary guy.

  5. Anonymous says: • Disclaimer
    @Jefferson
    The Black Tranny was attacked in Harlem and plus I notice websites that are not The New York Times never refer to the perpetrator as White. This is just another Vibrant Diversity on Vibrant Diversity crime. This is not the work of White supremacist Trump supporters like The NYT wants us to believe.

    The Woman who allegedly did it appears to be Ecuadorian.

    So yes, it is probably an example of vibrant on vibrant crime.

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  6. @Jefferson
    The Black Tranny was attacked in Harlem and plus I notice websites that are not The New York Times never refer to the perpetrator as White. This is just another Vibrant Diversity on Vibrant Diversity crime. This is not the work of White supremacist Trump supporters like The NYT wants us to believe.

    Yep, it was almost surely a fight between a hispanic woman and a black woman (ie the “transgender man”).

    Further down that article there does appear an honest to goodness white-on-black beating. A white guy named Jacob — employed, married with two kids and with no criminal record to his name — attacked a black guy named David, in Norwich Connecticut at 3AM. David comes across as intelligent and articulate in his subsequent interview. Fowlston has a Facebook page. He looks like a scary guy.

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  7. jb says:

    The first thing I noticed when they started this “Week in Hate” thing was that the Times is not allowing reader comments on the series, so nobody can call them out on their lies.

    You know, the Times has a Public Editor who is supposedly independent, and whose job, in theory, is to keep the Times honest. If someone more industrious than myself were to go through the series carefully, compile a list of bogus “hate” citations, and forward it to the Public Editor, there is at least a remote possibility, if the bogosity was sufficiently well documented, that something might come of it.

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    • Replies: @Mike Street Station

    The first thing I noticed when they started this “Week in Hate” thing was that the Times is not allowing reader comments on the series, so nobody can call them out on their lies.
     
    I thought that "This Week in Hate" was some sort of snark that Steve had put in until I clicked on the link. No, The New York Times is serious.
  8. Now you know and I know that the NYT is referring to the cretinous-looking Punjabi Jasskirat Saini

    I’ll tell you what’s sad. By the standards of his ethnic group, he’s actually average looking. If you go through Vancouver, Canada, you’ll see a lot of Punjabs who look a lot worse than him.

    I remember someone here once claimed that people from the northern part of South Asian (“Punjabis”) were more attractive than the Dravidian-looking types from the southern Madras part. As far as I can tell, they all look fairly bad.

    I wonder why so many South Asians (Indians, Pakis) have this weird inbred look to them. Is it from marrying in their caste? Perhaps excessively extreme malthusian selection? Whatever it is, that race got beat with the ugly stick.

    To be fair, the Gulf Arabs and southern Afghans are pretty hideous too. So are Samoan women.

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  9. Langley says:

    I looked at the NYT list of hate crimes at the bottom of the article.
    Several of them have already been found to be hoaxes.

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  10. I’ve been waiting for Sailer to comment on the Week in Hate column for a while now. Pretty nakedly Orwellian.

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  11. Anon87 says:

    In the last 8 years, have papers and stations still “respectfully ” listed the war dead every week? Since Trump doesn’t seem too eager to start any wars, hate victims will have to suffice.

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  12. Lurker says:

    The megaphone has done it’s work well though.

    Among many people the idea that there is Trump driven surge of hate is established. The fact that this ‘hate’ is undocumented and has not gone through the formality of actually happening is irrelevant. And even if what is documented turns out to be of the hoax variety or examples of inter-vibrancy, well, those are just outliers, nothing to be learned there. They already know the Trump hate surge is a real thing.

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  13. The megaphone has done it’s work well though.

    It’s power supply is non-renewable. It’s running on the credibility of past liberals, liberals it is no longer capable of producing.

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    • Replies: @Jefferson
    "It’s power supply is non-renewable. It’s running on the credibility of past liberals, liberals it is no longer capable of producing."

    When the Millennial generation sends us their Liberals, they are not sending us their best.
  14. Jefferson says:
    @Desiderius

    The megaphone has done it’s work well though.
     
    It's power supply is non-renewable. It's running on the credibility of past liberals, liberals it is no longer capable of producing.

    “It’s power supply is non-renewable. It’s running on the credibility of past liberals, liberals it is no longer capable of producing.”

    When the Millennial generation sends us their Liberals, they are not sending us their best.

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  15. Olorin says:

    I think it was Dean Baker (Economic Reporting Review) who used to point out the deviousness of the NYT’s little marginal corrections. Like

    On 5 January the NYT reported that the pit bull that ripped off the child’s face in Bayonne was named Sharky. It was in fact named Piranha. The Times regrets the error.

    Baker would observe that these corrections served to sustain the fantasy that of all the stuff in the NYT on 5 January, only THAT required correction. Everything else: nothing to see here move along.

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  16. @Dr. X
    It'll be quite interesting to see whether or not the NYT's "This Week in Hate" column reports on the four Negroes in Chicago charged with torturing the white guy, won't it?

    Sorry, I wanted to press the agree button.

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  17. Flemur says:

    A Black Transgender Man Attacked on the Subway

    Wow and holy smokes! Black! AND mentally ill!

    National news!

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  18. J1234 says:

    Worse than Fake News is Fake-ish News, because the MSM thinks it meets the criteria of honest journalism. In Fake-ish News, the headline can be misleading or even incorrect, as long as the text of the article articulates the truth more thoroughly.

    http://dailycaller.com/2016/11/20/nbc-news-complains-about-fake-news-and-then-posts-the-most-misleading-headline/

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  19. res says:

    Real imitation fake news? Throw enough modifiers in there and no one will know what we mean. And isn’t that the point? It lets the narrative assert anything desired.

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  20. @jb
    The first thing I noticed when they started this "Week in Hate" thing was that the Times is not allowing reader comments on the series, so nobody can call them out on their lies.

    You know, the Times has a Public Editor who is supposedly independent, and whose job, in theory, is to keep the Times honest. If someone more industrious than myself were to go through the series carefully, compile a list of bogus "hate" citations, and forward it to the Public Editor, there is at least a remote possibility, if the bogosity was sufficiently well documented, that something might come of it.

    The first thing I noticed when they started this “Week in Hate” thing was that the Times is not allowing reader comments on the series, so nobody can call them out on their lies.

    I thought that “This Week in Hate” was some sort of snark that Steve had put in until I clicked on the link. No, The New York Times is serious.

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