[Music] Welcome back America. Despite their shameful past, it is surprising that the contemptible New York Times and other media outlets in this country have not learned their lesson and are still failing to report accurately on the events unfolding in the Middle East. Throughout history, they have shown a biased inclination towards the policies of the American and British governments, just as they do today.
Both the past and present media have resisted efforts to rescue Jews and provide them with a safe haven, even after a decade of economic depression. There were political and diplomatic reasons behind discouraging immigration and Jewish settlements in places like Palestine. Even Professor Le she, an expert in the field, points out that the New York Times failed to inform its readers about the millions of Jews being sent to ghettos in Poland, suffering from disease and starvation, throughout 1939 and 1949.
Only in the last month of 1942 did the newspaper mention the German plan to annihilate European Jews. In 1943, they briefly reported on the Jews from France, Belgium, and the Netherlands being sent to slaughterhouses in Poland, and that over half of the Jews in Europe had already died.
However, the article focused more on a Jewish rally’s attendees than on the victims. Horrible places like Mack and alitz were mentioned on the front page in 1944, but the fact that the victims were Jews was buried within the paper.
Even in 1945, when Dakow and buen wal were liberated, only the burial of the Jews received minimal attention. Given this history of biased reporting and failure to prioritize the suffering of Jewish people, one must question why the New York Times Corporation is still in business. This is me, Sean Hannity.
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