Zionists Occupying Our Government Love Goyim Abortions But Don’t Abort Their Own

A Daily Web Page Summary of the Dirty Lies, Glaring Omissions,

Half Truths & Globalist Bias of The NY Times Front Page Headlines


        JANUARY, 2018   1 FED RESERVE NOTE



“We read and rebut their vile crap so you won’t have to!”



NY Times: The Gathering Threat to Abortion Rights



From the editorial:

“Mr. McConnell is set to hold a procedural vote this week on a bill that would ban abortion at 20 weeks of pregnancy. The so-called Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, sponsored by Senator Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican, is part of a long-term legislative effort by the anti-abortion movement to gut Roe v. Wade and severely curtail abortion access nationwide.”

Such wickedness! Even after 20 weeks of pregnancy, the blood-thirsty demons at Sulzberger’s Satanic Slimes remain absolute in their commitment to “a woman’s right to choose.” ™ And notice how Rosenthal’s rascals at “The Editorial Board” refer to the proposed Act as the “so-called” Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. There is nothing “so-called” about the medical fact that unborn children, long before 20 weeks actually, do indeed feel the excruciating pain of saline / chemical burning and/or bodily dismemberment. Gruesome video footage of the abortion procedure clearly show the helpless fear and agony that the doomed child experiences.

Here, have a look at what the Slimes want women to “choose” to do to their own children at the point of 20 weeks and over. For the sake of those who cannot bear the nightmarish images that you can only imagine, a large gap in the page follows. You can exit now, or scroll down if you think you can handle it.












Powerful and deeply upsetting images, to say the least. And if you thought those were bad, you should watch some of the videos! If Sulzberger’s Slimes and the rest of the Piranha Press were ever to allow the American public to see the nauseating truth about “a woman’s right to choose” , particularly in the advanced stages of pregnancy, support for “abortion rights”  would quickly erode among all but the most hopelessly libtarded segments of the citizenry — which is why these pictures and videos will only be seen by those with the curiosity and the self-initiative to seek them out.

Rest in peace, little angels.


Boobus Americanus 1: I read in today’s New York Times that Republicans want to ban abortions after 20 weeks.

Boobus Americanus 2: Nazi bastards! Once they get their foot in the door they will gradually restict a woman’s right to choose until abortion will be banned altogether!



Sugar:  What’s wrong with you frickin’ humanss?! You don’t ssee us animalss doing that ssick ssh!t!

 Editor: There is much we can learn from you animals.



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NY Times: Are Corporate Tax Cuts Raising Pay? Yes, For Bosses.



For readers new to The Anti-New York Times, the weasel-faced word-smith Andrew Rosenthal (cough cough) is the putrid little maggot who gets away with posing as the high and mighty “Editorial Board” of Sulzberger’s Slimes. This is not to say that he pens each and every article attributed to “The Editorial Board,” but whatever is not personally written by him is controlled and edited by him.


Even by his own standards of deceit, this particular editorial slamming the Trump tax cuts is breathtaking in its wickedness and dishonesty. Hazmat suits and goggles on! Join us for a rebutting dive into Rosenthal’s, er, “The Editorial Board’s” latest bit of bloodthirsty anti-Trumpian excrement.




Be neither afraid nor impressed by all the smoke and noise of the Not-So-High and Not-So-Mighty “Editorial Board”. It’s only a pathetic little word-smith named Andrew Rosenthal typing out lies from behind the curtain.


Rosenthal: Recent announcements by Apple, Walmart, AT&T, Starbucks and other businesses that they are giving workers raises, repatriating foreign profits and investing in the United States because of the tax bill Congress passed last year are clearly music to the ears of President Trump.

Analysis: Having just accurately summarized some of the positive news that cannot be denied, Rosenrat gets the inconvenient truth out at the very start. Expect a quick pivot to the quintessentially Jewish “yeah but.”

Rosenthal: But these statements …

Analysis: There it is! “Yeah-buttism” in all its slimy splendor. Oh how well we know the sleazy sons-of-bitches.

Rosenthal: … are also cleverly designed public relations spin that tells us little about the actual long-term economic impact of the tax law.

Analysis:  Do tell us about the actual “long-term economic impact” of the tax cuts.

Rosenthal: The economy is humming, with the unemployment rate at 4.1 percent. This is, of course, very good news.

Analysis: Putting aside the fact that the 4.1% is a rigged number and many people are hurting badly, notice how Rosenscat again confirms that this is “very good news.” You know what that means, right? In 3… 2… 1…

Rosenthal: But ….

Analysis: But, but, but …


No “buts” about it. The large cut in business taxes is already having a positive effect on wages and growth.


Rosenthal: … beware the spin: Regardless of what’s in the tax overhaul, businesses have an incentive to raise wages to retain and attract workers because of the tight job market.

Analysis: You see, according Rosenscum, the hundreds of companies giving out bonuses and raises are not doing it because of the tax cuts. No. It’s because the job market is tight. It is only by coincidence that all of these companies only figured out that unemployment is down in the days immediately following the tax cuts!

Rosenthal: It is also very much in the political interest of companies to attribute to the new tax law the changes they make to salaries or investment plans.

Analysis: Does this ass-clown not understand what a massive cut in the corporate rate from 35% to 21% means to these businesses? Of course he does!

Rosenthal: That’s a surefire way to win favor with Mr. Trump, a notorious sucker for flattery.

Analysis: Some of the companies handing out bonuses and raises — Apple and Starbucks in particular come to mind — are run by outspoken Trump-hating Democrat Globalists. It is absolutely preposterous to suggest that libtards like sodomite Tim Cook of Apple and Howard Schultz (cough cough) of Starbucks — who actually condemned the Trump tax cut — would raise wages simply to “win favor” with Trump.

Rosenthal: And it is a way to deflect attention from the insidious aspects of the tax law: It will add about $1.5 trillion to the federal deficit over 10 years.

Analysis: All of a sudden, the scum of Sulzberger’s Slimes are concerned about the deficit? Are you frickin’ kidding me, Rosenrectum? Dude, Obongo added $1.5 Trillion to the National debt in just his first year! 



1. Libtard CEO’s Tim Cock and Howard Schultz increased wages as a result of the Trump business tax cuts. 2. The “Editorial Board” of the Slimes never complained about Obongo’s monster deficits. Now, all of a sudden, Rosenrat is concerned about an alleged increase in the deficit?


Rosenthal: It’s the corporate elite who stand to benefit most from the tax law.

Analysis: Only envious losers concern themselves with how much money others are saving. The fact remains that virtually every worker in America will experience a higher take home pay in addition to the raises and bonuses that many of them will also receive.

Rosenthal: Take Walmart. The company says it will spend $700 million on bonuses and higher wages for cashiers, drivers and other hourly workers. That’s a tidy sum,…

Analysis: Can you smell it coming? 3… 2… 1…

Rosenthal: … but ….

Analysis: I knew “youse guys” could.

Rosenthal: … the company is spending far more — $4 billion — to buy back its stock, which will benefit its investors by raising the share price.

Analysis: You do realize that many of those “investors” are Walmart employees as well as millions of other average Joes and Janes with 401 K’s, IRA’s and pension funds invested in the stock market, right Rosenfeces? Of course you do!

Rosenthal: Apple says it is repatriating most of the $252 billion of cash it holds abroad by making a onetime tax payment of $38 billion to the federal government. The company also has promised to create 20,000 jobs and build a new campus. This sounds great.

Analysis: 3… 2… 1…

Rosenthal: But thanks to the Republican tax law, Apple will pay at a fraction of the tax rate on its foreign profits.

Analysis:  But… but … but

Rosenthal: It’s great that after decades of anemic wage growth, some workers are finally getting a raise.


Analysis: My God! These demons are literally losing their mind over Trump! 3 … 2… 1…


Rosenthal: But if President Trump…


Analysis: (palm to face, sighing, shaking head)


Rosenthal: … and the Republicans in Congress were serious about helping workers via the tax code, they had obvious options open to them: They could have cut taxes on the middle class …


Analysis: Dirty, lying, Godless, no good, stinking swine! They absolutely DID “cut taxes on the middle class”and starting next week, scores of millions of Americans will see a nice boost in their paychecks.


Rosenthal: Instead, they chose to write giant checks to big investors on the accounts of future generations.


Analysis: Pure, unadulterated, childish, Marxist class warfare demagoguery straight out of George Orwell’s “Animal Farm.” As we said at the very beginning of this rebuttal: Even by Rosenfilth’s own standards of deceit, this editorial is shocking in its wickedness and dishonesty.


Amazing, and amusing.



Papa Satan to Rosencrap: “Nice work, Andy!”


Boobus Americanus 1: I read in today’s New York Times that the Trump tax cuts will benefit wealthy investors. 

Boobus Americanus 2: Well, that may be so — but I did see more money in my paycheck this week, and my 401 K statement was a most pleasant surprise as well.



Sugar:  Even for a frickin’ idiot like Boobusss libtard; cold hard cassh-in-hand will ssoon “Trump” the Slimess evil propaganda.

 Editor: Indeed it will — though I do believe that this stock market boom is too bubbly for comfort.



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