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February 27, 2006

New York Times At It Again

From the NYT basicallly they are saying.........Do Not Help the U.S.

In a startling breach of international etiquette, the New York Times today warned foreign intelligence services not to assist the United States. The warning was backed by public disclosure of highly secretive assistance provided to the U.S. military on the eve of the Iraq War.

"German intelligence services helped the United States invade Baghdad, and will now pay the price," the Times effectively told intelligence services worldwide. As it has in the past, the Times published classified information to bolster its latest attack on U.S. interests.

Foreign intelligence services are now on notice that the so-called "newspaper of record" intends to publicize their interactions with counterparts in the United States, despite any assurances of secrecy.

The Times also warned Middle Eastern leaders that it will disclose any surreptitious help they might provide.

"[Egyptian President] Mubarak quietly allowed United States aerial refueling tankers to be based at an Egyptian airfield," the Times revealed. Such assistance is often a delicate matter for leaders in the region, who in the past have relied on U.S. assurances of secrecy when undertaking actions which might expose them to domestic embarrassment and possible assassination.

The government of Saudi Arabia was another "silent partner," the Times revealed, allowing Delta Force and other American Special Operations Forces to mount attacks in Iraq from a secret base at Arar. Saudi leaders have so far remained silent on the Times' disclosure of their involvement.

New York Times

Published: February 27, 2006

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NYT is against America, it is the above ground, underground newspaper.

One day we will see it as a free paper handout at movie theatres and the writers in the paper will be holding up signs on street corners asking for money for beer. ( well I can imagine anyway)

I really hate this crap that they do!!

Posted by Wild Thing at February 27, 2006 12:08 PM


Accidents happen, a full fuel tanker could lose power and slam into the Times building just before the morning deadline, now wouldn't that be a shame. Not that I would wish it on anyone but neither would I lose any sleep over it if it did happened, because it would be on enemy territory. They convieniently hide behind the first amendment that has been bent to protect their treasonous asses and nobody in Congress has the cajones to challenge them for their seditious acts or treason.In the meantime I'll boycott them and anything else they pander.

Posted by: Jack at February 27, 2006 01:22 PM

Good one Jack! Ditto!

Thank you so much for commenting.

Posted by: Wild Thing at February 27, 2006 02:26 PM

Every publication of the NYT is a sedition edition.

Posted by: TomR at February 27, 2006 03:20 PM

Amen to that Tom!

Posted by: Wild Thing at February 27, 2006 04:17 PM

The UAE port deal looks pretty insignificant next to the threat to our security the NY Times represents. You would think someone at the paper would be bright enough to understand that when Muslims set off a nuclear bomb in NYC, they're going up with the rest of the city.

Posted by: Van Helsing at February 27, 2006 05:25 PM

Hi Van Helsing, thank you for your comment. I wish the paper would think about that.

Posted by: Wild Thing at February 27, 2006 05:58 PM

I'm glad you said it, Van Helsing. I was reluctant to bring up the point. The NYT is almost undread outside the city, but its behavior represents more than general treachery to the country. They're holding a gun to the heads of New Yorkers, and themselves, and yelling "stop, or I'll shoot!" and New Yorkers seem to love the boast.

New York is Job One for Johnny Jihadi. All the grimy sins and affronts to Islam are abundant there, especially the safe harbor it offers to Jews and Jewish culture. I live in Connecticut, along the prevailing winds, so I have an interest as well.

The Cold War never frightened me, not even the part I played in one of the proxy wars. But this time around, I'm very worried. The jugheads in robes can read the NYT, too, and every soft spot is noticed and recorded.

Posted by: Rhod at February 27, 2006 06:53 PM