Is the New York Times Protecting Muslim Terrorists & Vilifying Christians, Conservatives?
by David Bellow on February 6, 2012 at 10:05 AM
If a Muslim/Islamist terrorist commits, or plans to commit, an act of terror, you can count on the New York Times, and other liberal media outlets, to seemingly cover-up the fact that the terrorist is a Muslim. On the other hand, these same media outlets have no problem bashing Christians and Conservatives, even trying to link Christianity and the Tea Party to terrorism. This is not a single incident. I have noticed this shocking pattern over years of reports coming from these media outlets like the New York Times and even some Texas Newspapers like the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Even President Obama’s Administration has tried to protect Muslims from getting a bad name when they commit acts of terror.
See the following News Articles Below as Proof of this Pattern of Bias:
New York Times Headline: “Army Doctor Held in Ft. Hood Rampage” No mention of Nidal Hasan being a Muslim and yelling Allah before he started shooting…
New York Times Headline: “From Suburban Father to a Terrorist Suspect” This article is about the Times Square bomber who is a Muslim terrorist. There is no suspect at first. When a suspect is found, the headline refers to him as a "suburban father…"
New York Times Headline: “Nigerian Indicted in Terrorist Plot” The underwear bomber is simply a Nigerian and not a Muslim terrorist…
New York Times Headline: “Soldier Arrested in Suspected Bomb Plot Had Series of Disputes With Army” Yep, apparently this Muslim Terrorist who was going to detonate a bomb outside of Fort Hood, TX only had a dispute with the Army.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram Headline: “Arlington Woman Sentenced to 10 Years in Federal Prison” So two Muslims are caught with bombs in Texas and are convicted and sentenced to prison, but the Fort Worth Star-Telegram makes no mention of them being Muslims. They only label the woman involved as an “Arlington Woman.”
Fort Worth Star-Telegram, in a 9/11 Editorial, called the 19 Islamic Jihadists who attacked America “19 Sinister Men.” Yep, they didn’t attack America because they were Islamic Jihadists. They did it because they were Sinister Men…
New York Times Columnist Has to Apologize for Comparing Tea Party Members to Terrorists – Yep, The Tea Party Rallies are always peaceful and have never created violence, but this New York Times Columnist compared the Tea Party to Terrorists…
New York Times Headline: As Horrors Emerge, Norway Charges Christian Extremist - The New York Times does not like to let people know when a terrorist is a Muslim, but they had no problem labeling the lone, nutjob gunman, Anders Breivik, in the Norway massacre as a “Christian Extremist” even though he was not a Christian at all!
He actually denies being an actual Christian. Breivik stated in his Manifesto that "myself and many more like me do not necessarily have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and God." He also stated in his Manifesto that "I'm not going to pretend I'm a very religious person as that would be a lie. I've always been very pragmatic and influenced by my secular surroundings and environment.”
The fact is, Norwegian terrorist Anders Breivik's is not Christian but anti-Islam. His ideology is fuelled by a loathing of Muslims and 'Marxists', his writing spurred by conspiracy theories. He quotes all different people from different political spectrums. He even quotes Thomas Jefferson!
He was not a Christian but the New York Times was quick to label him as one on their front page before they even knew anything about him.
This is similar to when the New York Times incorrectly said that the Shooter in the U.S. Rep. Giffords Arizona Shooting, Jared Loughner, was Inspired by the Peaceful Republican Tea Party Movement, when in fact he was just a random, crazy nutjob, certainly not acting in the name of Jesus or the Conservative Republican Movement. He was actually found to be aligned more with the left-wing than the right-wing, and he liked the Communist Manifesto.
Did Breivik or Loughner yell Jesus before they started shooting? I think not!
New York Times Editor Equates Christian Faith with Belief in Space Aliens - I would like the New York Times to compare the Muslim Faith to believing in Aliens.
The New York Times was rorced to Issue a correction about the lie they told on Conservative Brandon Darby – Yep, the New York Times says Conservative Hero, Brandon Darby, was the one who encouraged a leftist terror plot to bomb the 2008 Republican National Convention. Darby had actually been working with the FBI and stopped the terror plot. Darby sued. The New York Times had to “correct their article” and remove the lie about Darby having encouraged the bomb plot.
Lawmakers Blast the Obama Administration for Calling Fort Hood Massacre 'Workplace Violence' - That’s right, the Fort Hood Shooting had nothing to do with a Muslim who wanted to kill American’s. It had nothing to do with the government’s political correctness that prevented this M from getting fired even though the government was warned of this Doctor’s Muslim Extremism. According to the Obama Administration, this was just a simple case of “workplace violence.”