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In a Memorial Day editorial, the ignorant, white-hating editorial board of the New York Times wrote:

“Bases named for men who sought to destroy the Union in the name of racial injustice are an insult to the ideals servicemen and women are sworn to uphold – and an embarrassing artifact of the time when the military itself embraced anti-American values.”

The ignorance in this statement is extraordinary. The South left the union because the South was being economically exploited by the North. The South fought because the North invaded the South. The North invaded the South, as President Lincoln said repeatedly, to “preserve the union,” that is, the empire. Lincoln said repeatedly that the South could have slavery forever if only the South would stay in the union.

What the race-baiters who comprise the New York Times editorial board call “racial injustice” was the inherited labor system from colonial times, predating both the United States and the Confederate states of America. There were vast land resources and no labor force. The first slaves were whites. Then native Americans were tried. Then the British discovered the African black slave trade and learned that some blacks had immunity to malaria. The British purchased Africans supplied by the African kingdom of Dahomey, people captured in slave wars between Africans.

The black slaves that the British brought to the New World were captured by blacks in slave wars between blacks and sold on the slave market by blacks, where some were purchased and used as a labor force in the New World for about two centuries before the formation of the United States and two and three-quarter centuries prior to the formation of the Confederate States of America.

The New York Times editorial board covers up the known indisputable truth with their anti-white “1619 project,” an indoctrination program to inculcate hatred of white people in blacks and guilt in white people.

Why does the New York Times lie, brainwash blacks into hatred of whites, and attempt to brainwash whites into guilt for the creation of a New World labor force four centuries ago?

Why do Americans tolerate the New York Times fomenting of racial hatred in a multicultural society?

The New York Times is a vile organization. The New York Times attempts to discredit the President of the United States and did all it could to frame him on false charges. The New York Times painted General Flynn, who honorably served the US, as a Russian agent and enabled General Flynn’s frame-up on false and now dropped charges. The New York Times spews hatred of white people. And now the New York Times accuses the American military of celebrating white supremacism.

Does America have a worse enemy than the New York Times? The New York Times is clearly and intentionally making a multicultural America impossible. By threatening white people with the prospect of hate-driven racial violence, the New York Times editorial board is fomenting the rise of white supremacy.

(Republished from PaulCraigRoberts.org by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. jsinton says:

    Why does the New York Times lie, brainwash blacks into hatred of whites, and attempt to brainwash whites into guilt for the creation of a New World labor force four centuries ago?

    White people in America are probably the most dangerous thing to the Globalist dream of a dystopian-Orwellian world where they can manipulate people to perform like ants. Everywhere you look white, Christian, heterosexual America is under social attack. Social aspects of a society that Americans were supposed to care about when I was a kid. Now the message is be afraid, be very afraid. No more “only thing to fear is fear itself. Value degeneracy. And pray to the Golden Calf. I guess too many white people reject these notions, and voted for Trump, hoping for a return to nationalism.

  2. Lincoln’s challenge was that antidemocratic southern extremists stole all the federal property in their states – post offices, court houses, customs houses, the forts and arsenals their agents in DC had systematically stocked with modern weapons, even the U.S. Mints at Charlotte, Dahlonega, and New Orleans, with millions in bullion and new coin. Then they howled about being “invaded” when the armed forces of the legal, elected government were sent to repossess and secure the assets they had pilfered from the American people.

    The men who fought in it called it “the War for the Union”, because that was its object. A popular image of the era was of a very angry American eagle pouncing on a vulture in the act of stealing eleven eggs from her nest. Promiscuously firing on Old Glory at Fort Sumter doomed the insurrection to failure, even before the echoes of the gunfire fell silent in Charleston Harbor. “An aroused people”, in the patriot catchphrase of the time, reacted to this unforgivable insult with the same murderous rage later generations would feel after Pearl Harbor and 9/11. And this sustained them long after “the Spirit of ’61” lost its appeal for the misled people of the south.

    • Replies: @anonymous
    , @Alden
  3. onebornfree says: • Website

    “Does America have a worse enemy than the New York Times? ”

    Do you mean the American people? If so, well, yes.

    There’s the Federal Reserve, the CIA, the FBI, the NSA [in fact, _every_ unconstitutional federal agency], practically every politician, local , state or federal, along with their protected full-time propagandists, eg Google, Facebook, Twitter CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, Fox, and practically the entirety of print media as well, including, of course, the NYT.

    “Because they are all ultimately funded via both direct and indirect theft [taxes], and counterfeiting [central bank monopolies], all governments are essentially, at their very cores, 100% corrupt criminal scams which cannot be “reformed”or “improved”,simply because of their innate criminal nature.” onebornfree

    “Everything government touches turns to crap” Ringo Starr

    “The kind of man who wants the government to adopt and enforce his ideas is always the kind of man whose ideas are idiotic” H.L.Mencken

    “Government is a disease masquerading as its own cure” Robert LeFevere

    “Why Government Doesn’t Work”
    https://wiki.mises.org/wiki/Why_Government_Doesn%27t_Work

    “Regards” onebornfree

    • Replies: @davidgmillsatty
  4. By promoting a known white supremacist like Trump you have exposed yourself as being the very racist ideologue that you condemn the NYT ed board of being.

    Pot, kettle, black, Professor Roberts.

    RW

    • Troll: Paul Craig Roberts
    • Replies: @Mr. Grey
    , @botazefa
  5. anonymous[267] • Disclaimer says:
    @Observator

    You keep posting this, but ignore requests for evidence or even a published historian who agrees. Let’s see if being more specific helps:

    1. Is there any documented demand that the “federal assets” be returned, at which point the secession would not be challenged?

    2. If not, why not?

  6. Trinity says:

    How diverse are the group of people who head up the (((NYT?))) Anyhow, you would think the (((NYT))) would be running a story on the USS Liberty with this being Memorial Day and all. Who knows? How many people in the year 2020 actually read the (((NYT))) anyhow. I bet they are running stories today about the same bullshit they have been running every single Memorial Day for forever, “D-Day” and “the greatest generation ever” who defeated fascism and racism in WWII. smdh and lol. Change your tune (((NYT))), 1945 called and they need a rest.

  7. Vinnie O says:

    Peace & joy. The slave labor force prior to opening of the African market were Irish “indentured servants”. They owed debts for, um, the “free” boat ride from Britain, plus packaging and handling, plus meals, plus tax, plus tax on tax…

    The big difference from Blacks was that it was POSSIBLE for an Irish lad to “pass” as a Welshman or something after he ran away. It was a WHOLE LOT harder for an African to pass as Welsh.

    But all the slave stuff was perfectly legal, and the ONLY complaints were about indignities (including beatings) imposed upon individual slaves. The HUGE difference between England and the newly freed colonies was that when the English government SUDDENLY announced that slaves, even IRISH slaves, were an abomination before God and they all had to be FREE. So the English government BOUGHT every single slave in the Empire from their legal owners. The difference in the US was that New Englanders HATED Southerners SOOOOO much that the ONLY solution envisioned by the crazy Emancipators was to STEAL all of the Slaves held by SOUTHERNERS (freeing Slaves held by residents of States that did NOT join the Confederacy was a bit trickier).

    It’s also important to know that prior to the Income Tax for WW1, the LION’S SHARE of money used to OPERATE the US national government came from IMPORT DUTIES. And Northerners had rigged the import rates to PROTECT Northern factories whilst leaving Southern agricultural production open to UNRESTRICTED competition from foreigners. So Southern cotton was in DIRECT competition with EGYPTIAN cotton in American markets. Etc., etc.

  8. Mr. Grey says:
    @Robert White

    Is this a joke? Trump’s “crime” is he doesn’t have white guilt.

  9. Chris Moore says: • Website

    The (Hebrew-Talmudist) New York Times is looking to conflict profiteer. They sold the endless wars in the Mideast for Israel using the same sort of false history, brainwashing, propaganda and lies. Hebrews were slave brokers and slave owners, who profited from the institution of slavery. Now they’re looking to profit by casting themselves as anti-slavers, when in fact they’re working to stir a civil war in order to enslave everyone to Globalism. “Satanic” is the word historically used to describe this ilk of Hebrews.

  10. @onebornfree

    What would every un-Constitutional agency of the US government be, counselor? What are the grounds for this claim?

  11. botazefa says:
    @Robert White

    By promoting a known white supremacist like Trump

    I didn’t vote for the guy, but “known white supremacist?” To whom? What is your evidence?

    What I think you mean is that you know him to be one, so he therefore is one.

    I don’t know Trump to be a white supremacist. To me, he is a real estate developer and TV entertainer President.

  12. Trump has done NOTHING to help white people.

    NOTHING.

    Furthermore…..he allows us to be censored, banned, deplatformed, vilified, and demonized.

    He allows the third world invasion to continue.

    He allowed the banks to raid the treasury yet again.

    He allowed the deep state to shut down our economy and ruin the lives of millions of white Americans.

    With white supreeeeeemist friends like Trump, who needs enemies?

    • Replies: @Trinity
    , @Alden
  13. American chattel slavery was an odious system. In some ways it might be akin to its feudal cousin, serfdom. What set slavery apart from the labor system in the antebellum North was that slave holders were obligated to “pay” slaves a living wage. Slave owners did not write slaves a pay check. But slave owners provided housing, clothing, food, medical care, and in some cases limited education and a chance to go to church. Slave owners were so obligated because as “property,” slaves represent an enormous capital investment.

    Northern industrialists, by way of contrast, were not so obligated. If a northern factory owner failed to pay a living wage, subjected workers to dangerous conditions, or simply worked folks to death, the factory owner could simply “import” more cheap labor.

    The contemporary antipathy to the Southern Lost Cause narrative grows out of corporate America’s hostility to any social system in which roles are fixed in a social system and in which, however odious the system, the richest have an interest in seeing to the well-being of the least advantaged members of society. Corporate America prefers a world in which we valorized a “market” that pays something less than a living wage (think Walmart or Amazon), the fails to provide health care, and in which an open borders policy means that if corporate America kills off workers, we can simply import more. Just think about all the workers in Midwestern meat packing plants who caught Covid-19. Who cares? If they die, we can simply invite more Mexican labor to the Midwest.

    The New York times article can be best understood as part of the continuing corporate narrative aimed at bidding down wages and eroding any obligation the rich in American may have (or may once have had) to take care of their neighbors.

  14. Trinity says:
    @Robert Dolan

    PREACH BROTHER. This comment is so SPOT ON, that I had to give it “TREE” AGREES.

    Agree
    Agree
    Agree.

    Trump the “White Supremacist” my ass. I just want the guy the give Whites a damn break for a change but he’s too busy kissing Jewish ass. And where the hell is the wall, Trump? How damn long does it take to build a wall. You can spend TRILLIONS fighting for Israel but you can’t find money to build a damn wall? The White man has no friends in Washington it seems, regardless of party.

    Trump or Biden? Good gawd, what a choice.

    • Replies: @VinnyVette
    , @animalogic
  15. Biff says:

    More re-writing of history for your flat-screen that is constantly being produced:

    Grant

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/leonardo-dicaprio-big-middle-finger-084052124.html

    His reputation having faded over the past century because, as many here assert, the South’s “Lost Cause” rewriting of Civil War history

    Blame others for your crime…

  16. … the New York Times editorial board is fomenting the rise of white supremacy.

    Hardly… the NY Times is advocating for the eradication of White people, and at least half of them are helping them achieve it.

    • Agree: Trinity
  17. @Vinnie O

    It wasn’t only the Irish who were enslaved, there were people from across Britain and Ireland. The first Blacks arriving were indentured as well. The “slave for life” concept was started in 1655 by a freed black, Antony Johnson, who owned white and black slaves, suing to determine whether he could decide the length of indenture of John Casor. He won his case.

    • Replies: @Alden
  18. anon[192] • Disclaimer says:

    It is not just white people. New York Times also preaches hatred of Indians.

    Here is a list of examples from NYT spewing such hatred:

    http://indiafacts.org/methods-of-misinformation-propaganda-the-nyts-attempts-to-tar-hindus/

    On the other hand :
    https://asianlite.com/news/asia-diaspora-news/imran-meets-editorial-board-of-nyt/

  19. eah says:

    The piece is unhinged even by the now expected low standard of the NYT — the published comments, most of them seemingly from dutifully self-hating Whites, nearly all of whom probably revel in every new chance at self-ablation, are more of the same.

    By The Editorial Board

    The editorial board is a group of opinion journalists whose views are informed by expertise, research, debate and certain longstanding values. It is separate from the newsroom.

    They didn’t have the guts to put a byline or bylines to it.

  20. @Robert White… Out of my troll button alotment… TROLL!

  21. @Trinity

    Agree but it has to be Trump at least he will continue to blow up the MSM and if Biden it’s really over for us!

  22. Notice the selective moral outrage at the New York Times.

    For true moral outrage, we don’t even need to dwell on the distant past. Since the end of the Cold War, the US military has been involved in Wars for Israel that destroyed entire nations on false pretexts. Judeo-Nazis, aka Neocons and other Zionist swamp creatures, were behind this. And the US military backs Israel, the actions of which against Palestine would count as ‘genocide’ by UN definition.

    And what of US imperialist wars? We’ve been told over and over that all those US soldiers died defending US freedom. By dropping bombs and killing millions overseas? Apparently, those US imperialist soldiers in Philippines were dying(and killing the Filos by the bushel) to defend freedom at home!! US has a strange idea of defending freedom. America cries out in pain as it strikes other nations. It surrounds Iran and accuses Iran of aggression. Its navy confronts China in Chinese water but China is accused of belligerence.

    Because the US was never invaded, most fallen US soldiers either died killing one another(in the Civil War) or killing foreigners in imperialist wars. They had NOTHING to do with defending US territory or US freedom. Even the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was not a prelude to some grand plan to invade, let alone defeat, the US. It was to forestall US naval power in the Pacific so that Japan could secure its dominance over Asia.

    The vile cliche or trope about US soldiers having given their lives in defense of US freedom must be laid to rest. US soldiers did NOT die defending US freedoms. US role in Korea and Vietnam had nothing to do with defending freedom at home. Was American democracy threatened because China fell under communism? No. Then, why would it have mattered what happened to Korea and later Vietnam? Also, by dividing those nations in the first place, it was the US that planted the seeds for horrible civil wars there.

    When the US attacked and invaded Iraq on bogus grounds, we heard the mantra yet again. Oh say can you see, those American boys and girls with bombs and missiles were defending US freedom! Or, we were told the US had to fight terrorists over there so it wouldn’t have to fight them over here. Except that Iraq, like Libya and Syria, became infested with terrorists ONLY BECAUSE of US intervention. Looking further back, who’d done most to create the lunatics who did 9/11? It was the US allies, especially Saudis and Pakistanis. And, US and Israel had been encouraging and using Jihadis, directly or indirectly, to undermine the region for dominance. And there should no longer be any doubt that Israel covertly egged on those Muslim radicals to attack the US so that the US military could be used to fight more Wars for Israel. As most Americans have been dumbed down by Hollywood movies where ALL Muslims are ‘terrorists’, most Americans couldn’t distinguish one bunch of Arabs from another bunch of Arabs or one sect of Islam from another. Hussein had nothing to do with it, but he was a ‘muzzie’ too, and that was enough for so many Americans to support the invasion. Clever Jews exploited goy ignorance and apathy on foreign affairs. Indeed, US and Israel continue to play this game to leave Syria in a state of war and destruction.

    Because soldiers believe in patriotism & did as ordered and because so many young men died before they could start families and fulfill their dreams, every nation should honor their fallen, even if those soldiers fought in unjust wars. This goes for Japan and Germany as of the US.
    But let’s face facts. Majority of US soldiers died in imperialist wars, some of which were almost genocidal in nature. Why does NYT focus so much on the Evil Slavery Narrative when the US military carried out imperialist or semi-genocidal wars against the American Indians, the Mexicans(who lost the SW territories), Asians, Arabs, and etc.? The body count is in the millions, and no, those wars had NOTHING to do with ‘defending freedom at home’.
    So many idiot Americans thank US soldiers for defending American democracy, but just how did the US military do that by bombing and destroying other nations 1,000s of miles away? Did Americans lose their freedom when the US withdrew from Vietnam? Would US democracy have endangered if US didn’t invade Iraq in 2003?
    Actually, if the US has become less democratic and more oligarchic over the years, it’s because goy America lost the civilian war of institutional power(and the culture war) to Jewish supremacists, Zionist-globalists, or Judeo-Nazis. The war that really must be fought is OVER HERE, and the best weapon is the Truth and Courage. But clever Jews still have so many dimwit goyim believing that US freedom can only be preserved by US soldiers marching off to war to destroy and degrade whomever Jews hate. Jewish Hate is the driving force behind US foreign policy and belligerence.

    Of course, NYT is run by Jewish supremacists who now fully endorse US imperialism, as most wars in recent yrs have been Wars for Israel. Who cares if all those Arabs and Muslims died? There’s no moral outrage about any of that in the Paper of Wreckage. Precisely because Jewish supremacists at NYT need whites to remain as servile cucks, they keep cooking up this ‘white guilt’ BS about the special evil of the South.
    But if the South is guilty of slavery, why isn’t the North blasted for its ‘genocide’ of the American Indians? Isn’t genocide worse than slavery? (Of course, as mass immigration and eradication of American Indians turned out great for Jews, never mind all that.) And it was the dominant North that led US into imperialist over-reach around the world that piled up so many dead bodies around the world. And recently, Jews have lots of blood on their hands as they’ve led US into Wars for Israel. And sanctions are a form of war too, and they’ve destroyed countless lives. So, in observations of future Memorial Days, let us shame the Jews who’ve turned and abused the US military as a semi-genocidal war-mongering machine for Zion. JKK or Jew-Klux-Klan is the real terrorist power of the US.

    • Replies: @animalogic
  23. @Trinity

    Trump’s “wall” ? Trump’s “minor impediment ” ? Trump’s “exercise equipment “?

  24. @Priss Factor

    I like your comment PF, & just thinking how the NYT dogs would react to it makes me smile. All your ref’s to “jews” would have them suffering strangulated large intestines (thought of which — LOL!)

  25. Alden says:
    @Observator

    Thanks. I never thought about the federal land assets and mints the rebels seized. And it sure has not been mentioned in any history book I’ve ever read.

    The NYSLIMES hatred of Whites never stops.

  26. Alden says:
    @Robert Dolan

    That’s true. But every president since Truman has been anti White. And if Trump ever issued any executive orders that helped Whites in any way it would be struck down by an anti White liberal judge a few hours later.

  27. Alden says:
    @Curmudgeon

    Does anyone know the name of the English citizen appointed judge by the English colonial government who ruled that John Cesar was a chattel slave rather than a servant?

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  28. Anon[148] • Disclaimer says:

    are an insult to the ideals servicemen and women are sworn to uphold

    The Jewish-Globalist propaganda strategy is to reframe US democracy’s over-arching principle of voter self-determination, as a forever-commitment to social Marxism and its accompanying agendas.

  29. @Alden

    I have read several articles looking for the name of the judge, and have yet to find it. It may be contained in this link, as there is a handwritten transcript, but I’ll be damned if I can read it.
    https://edu.lva.virginia.gov/dbva/items/show/126

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