Category Archives: New York Times

Steve Sailer: Why Sarah Jeong’s Racist Hatred Is A-OK with the NYT

Are these racist? These are tweets by Sarah Jeong who was just hired to the NYT editorial board. pic.twitter.com/B3P7ay8QNR — Armin Navabi (@ArminNavabi) August 2, 2018 Comments at Steve Sailer: * The basic context in Jeong’s mind is that she … Continue reading

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The Shuttening

My goodness the NY Times is dull. Here they have this interesting list of mostly talented young women rockers, and all the editor can think to do is ask them these boring social justice warrior questions. Why not have a … Continue reading

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Jews At The New York Times

Shouldn’t Jews rejoice at these examples of success? Why is the #newyorktimes so Jewish? Are they trying to beat #CNN in the #FakeNews Olympics?#AltRight #WhitePeople pic.twitter.com/lp5cROedBM — Lord Molyneaux (@LordMolyneaux) August 21, 2017

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The Megaphone in One Graph

Steve Sailer: “The New York Times has a tool called Chronicle for telling you what percentage of Times article have included a particular word over the centuries. Here we see “racism” in green, “sexism” in black, and “transgender” in blue, … Continue reading

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Beyond Parody

Today’s NY Times edges past self-parody. Multiple stories aimed at getting the West to accept penetration by muslim hordes, and about three (!) full pages on the most noble thing a man can do: become a eunuch. The Times must … Continue reading

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