Soviet Nazi mass murderers Stalin, Lenin and Trotsky Unburied dead in a Ukrainian cemetery The New York Times whitewashed Stalin’s ruthless murder and deliberate starvation of tens of millions of Soviet citizens – Referring to the deliberate starvation of 5 million middle-class Ukrainians whose continued existence Stalin saw as a threat to his dictatorship, the New York Times editorial staff and Walter Duranty remarked as follows: “There is no famine or actual starvation nor is there likely to be.” (New York Times, November 15, 1931, page 1) “Any report of a famine in Russia is today an exaggeration or malignant propaganda.” (New York Times, August 23, 1933) “Enemies and foreign critics can say what they please.” (New York Times, December 9, 1932) “You can’t make an omelet without breaking eggs.” (New York Times, May 14, 1933) “What are a few million dead Russians in a situation like this? Quite unimportant. This is just an incident in the sweeping historical changes here. I think the entire matter is exaggerated.” (New York Times reporter Walter Duranty, in a private conversation with fellow journalists in Moscow, as recorded in An American Engineer in Stalin’s Russia: The Memoirs of Zara Witkin, 1932-1934, University of California Press)

The New York Times won a Pulitzer prize for publishing articles assuring its readers that the maniacal dictator of Nazi Germany was a stabilizing influence – His threats to exterminate European Jewry, the Times said, were intended only for the “internal consumption” of the German people, and should not be taken seriouslyIn January 1933, when Adolf Hitler seized power in Germany, the New York Nazi Times viewed this as a very positive development. The Nazi Times insisted that Hitler was not a dictator like Benito Mussolini in fascist Italy.

“We must not rush to judgment about Herr Hitler,” the New York Times opined in the 1930s of the worst monster in human history

“We must not rush to judgment about Herr Hitler” – The shrunken head of a Buchenwald inmate, preserved as a grisly memento by a Nazi officer of the death camp

In news “reports” whose lies equaled those of Soviet propaganda organs like Pravda, the New York Times claimed that “Papa Joe” Stalin was a beneficial influence on Russian society

An infamous image from the lying pages of the New York Times In September 2000, the Times ran a photograph purportedly of an Arab beaten by an Israeli policeman on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount. In fact, the bloodied victim was a Jewish student from Chicago who had rushed to the policeman for protection after being beaten and stabbed by an Arab mob. Sharp-eyed observers pointed out that there are no gas stations on the Temple Mount, but the Times stubbornly refused to publish any retractions until a public outcry forced it to do so.

Ann Coulter was blasted as “cruel” for courageously attacking a small group of 911 widows whom the media turned into “sacred cows” for its left-wing agenda – But the media showed no such hatred for Ted Rall, who only six months after September 11th drew a cartoon, published in the New York Times, attacking all of the 911 widows as money-hungry “terror widows” who were the “scourge of the media.” (Rall (inset) laughingly defended his sick work in television interviews. In one cartoon panel, a widow says that when her husband called her from the burning World Trade Center, she knew that he would die because “he was on fire.” Another widow remarks that her millions from the Red Cross “keeps me warm at night.”)

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