The Only People the New York Times Cares About are Muslims

What is the New York Times’ first response after Muslims massacred secular cartoonists and Jews? Start immediately collecting Muslim whining to bolster claims of Islamophobia. (via Israel Matzav)

In the aftermath of the Paris attacks last week, the New York Times is understandably interested in hearing about the experiences of minorities in Europe these days. That is commendable. It’s just the kind of journalism that sheds light on everyday life of people facing adversity the world over. It’s important and informative and insightful, and we applaud it, and look forward to reading it.

Scratch that. Actually, the Times is obsessively interested in the experiences of only one minority group in Europe: Muslims.

To that end, the paper has issued a call to its Muslim readers abroad to share their experiences.

“The deadly attacks in Paris on Charlie Hebdo, a satirical French newspaper that lampooned Islam, and a kosher grocery store heightened tensions in Europe, where the increasing radicalization of young Muslims appears to coincide with a growing anti-Islamic sentiment.”

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h/t Marvin

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    My gramma’s ancestors were treated like paska, yes they were, no kidding…I still bear the bitter scars of searing emotional pain and anguish, from being referred to as a “reindeer herder” by the two Buchanan bros. in Grade 3….

    • Raymond Hietapakka

    • Frau Katze

      Are you from northern Finland or Sweden? The people who lived there before the advancing Germanic hordes (they invaded Britain too). We Celts are still a remnant existing in places they did not want.

      • Raymond Hietapakka

        Skinlanders that’s what they called us…my mother’s side. But even she used to sneer at the old man ’cause he grew up over here, way out in Tarmola…That was hillbilly country, even for Finns.

        • Frau Katze

          Interesting. I often wondered how these people were viewed. I cannot say I am surprised.

          I did not have that experience, because the English had subdued Scotland and made the citizens more or less English a few centuries ago. One of my grandparents was English and had no hesitation to marry a Scottish migrant in aftermath of WW I (she had married a Canadian soldier who was killed two weeks later, but after the war she came to Canada anyway).

          It only came to blows in modern times in Northern Ireland.

    • Minicapt

      Obviously not enough ‘sweetgrass’. And eagle feathers.


  • roccolore

    Muslims, terrorists, copkillers, Jew-haters.

  • nobull

    somewhat related – I have a neighbor from Zimbabwe. He asked me one day, what I thought about racism in America. I said “P, let me ask you since you are the black guy – how have you been treated?”
    He said I’m not an American black, I’m from Zimbabwe.
    I said But nobody knows this unless they talk to you for a bit. So I ask again, have you ever experienced racism, in any form? (he’s been in the states for years, got his PhD).
    He said No.
    I said there ya go. You’d know better than me. Btw, turn off MSNBC, they are feeding you msnBS.

    My point – ask enough ppl and you’ll get some “stories” to flaunt to push the narrative. Just like moochelle tells story on Letterman of a visit to Target (she was incognito) – an old woman asked her to get something off the top shelf. *yuck yuck* she had no clue who I was!

    Today, moochelle tells the story of how this was racist. Everything to do with color, nothing to do with height. Keep that narrative GOING

    I bet ya didn’t see this reported ANYWHERE in the lamestreammedia.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      More Africans moved here in the last few decades than were ever brought here as slaves.

    • Bataviawillem

      If you want to learn more about the narrative, watch this:

      • nobull

        Excellent – notice how they are CERTAIN they see racism everywhere, every day.

        Now define racism – errr, ummm, ya know…

        Thanks for the vid. Saved link for future sharing.

        • Bataviawillem

          If you liked this, you probably like this to.

          • nobull

            I celebrate my white “privilege” – I get to work hard, pay taxes, miss my kids games/school events, risk my assets to build my business – so I can pay reparations (taxes) for this suggested “privilege”. Oh what a deal white folks get.

            btw, I know my family tree and for the record, my fore fathers came here legally, never owned slaves, came after the civil war, learned english, worked hard (or died/went back) to put food on the table because there wasn’t state sponsored welfare – either you survived or – No obama phones or EBT. Let me return the favor – two vids, one is the song, the other is the interview (note, this is a PSA Public Service Announcement to the taxpayer).


            Short interview – truth!!

          • Bataviawillem

            That was hard to watch, I could not finish the first link.

          • nobull

            yeah, I can’t either… and the kicker – it’s a big hit in their community – they think it’s funny while she is saying, look people (taxpayers) you are getting SCREWED, we are taking advantage of you. Long story short, I was an EMT in late 80’s – was doing clinical at Grady Hosp in ATL. Picked up 17yo, complaining of spotting (bleeding). 7 mos preg. HX: 2 kids, 2 miscarriages (again 17 YO!!) She said as I was taking her hx, point blank:

            “I know I’m not suppose to say this, but I’m just trying to have mo babies to get a bigger check”.

            I’m not joking – that was 25 yrs ago and many are following the script.

            What if welfare/aid was given for the first kid then NO MORE?. You get one “mistake” and that’s it – no bigger apt, no extra ebt/wic/child care etc I think we all know the answer to this question.

          • Bataviawillem

            Good plan but a lot of people will go ballistic.

          • nobull

            do I (or any taxpayer) give a sheet if they go ballistic – maybe after they settled down they’d get a job or at least quit being a baby factory? but then again, my suggestion is surely racist. You have a blessed weekend. I’m going to go have a toddy and try to forget this week happened.

          • Bataviawillem

            Not only the baby factories go berserk the left will to.

  • I don’t understand. Had the Muslims done this in China or India, there would have been swift retaliation. Here and in Europe, nothing.

    How are they an oppressed mass?

    Even the most single-celled of the human race can figure out that this is a load of dingo kidneys.

  • Yusuf_Al_Kafir

    Muslim ‘victims’ are currently the media’s most cherished commodity.

    • Frau Katze

      They have a lot of “cherished” communities. The Muslims are right up there near the top.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    I would say that at this point, only the elites take the Times seriously. I wouldn’t spend a cent on it.

  • Jay Currie

    Have to hand it to the Times, only a really brilliant organization could miss the implications of this statement which they wrote:

    “where the increasing radicalization of young Muslims appears to coincide with a growing anti-Islamic sentiment.”

    So, er, Timesmen, which came first. the radicalization or the anti-Islamic sentiment. Or, because you are not actually all that bright, “Do you think Muslims shooting up a magazine and a kosher supermarket made people feel less anti-Islamic?”

    For the most part, until the soldiers of allah flew those planes into the Twin Towers I suspect most people really didn’t spend a lot of time being pro or anti Islamic. After 9/11? Call me crazy but I am pretty sure that one or two people connected the dots and became just a teensy bit “anti-Islamic”.

    • Frau Katze

      Islam was not my radar at all before 9/11. Without that, I would never have even thought about it all.