Scuzoid media strikes again

The New York Times web page on Monday, September 14 2015, in its description of the ongoing invasion of Europe by alien invaders,
describes the situation as a "humanitarian crisis":
The restrictions from Austria, Slovakia and the Netherlands,
aimed at slowing the influx of migrants,
pointed to Europe’s intensifying struggle
to deal with the humanitarian crisis.
Maybe so, but not in the sense they seem to think it is.
It is a humanitarian crisis in the sense that
alien invaders are attempting to invade and corrupt
the historic civilization and culture of Europe.
Down with the invasions, and all who support them!
Down with those who hate and despise the traditional culture of Europe,
which made it the success that it is,
and which seems to be like a flame is to moths,
or honey is to flies and bees,
to the unfortunate peoples of Africa and the Islamic world.
Why is it that Africans and Muslims cannot find happiness in their own cultures and homelands?
Why do they flee their fellow Africans and Muslims,
and want to live with the Europeans?
Why are they so unhappy with their own peoples and cultures?

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What Martin Baron ignored

U.S. officials claim spies at risk as China, Russia review hacked data from OPM, Anthem breach
By Andrew Blake
Washington Times, 2015-08-31

Comments by KHarbaugh

This is an important story.
It should have been a page A1 story in the print edition of the Washington Post.
Yet it did not make the print edition at all.
Instead there was a brief story in its on line edition,
in its weblog "Power Post", written by Elise Viebeck.
That weblog entry, in its entirety:
Chinese and Russian spy agencies are using hacked U.S. data
to identify American intelligence officers and agents.
“At least one clandestine network of American engineers and scientists
who provide technical assistance to U.S. undercover operatives and agents overseas
has been compromised as a result, according to two U.S. officials,”
the Los Angeles Times reports.
“Counterintelligence officials say their adversaries combine those immense data files
and then employ sophisticated software to try to isolate disparate clues
that can be used to identify and track —
or worse, blackmail and recruit —
U.S. intelligence operatives.”
A very pale shadow of the much fuller Washington Times story.

Whose interests are Martin Baron serving by not printing this story?
Certainly not the interests of the United States of America.

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In lockstep:media Tweedledee and Tweedledum

Are the Washington Post and the New York Times
the Tweedledee and Tweedledum of journalism?
Is there a dime's worth of difference between their positions on most issues?
Notice how they move in total lockstep on the homosexual agenda.

For example, the both somehow made the same
not terribly nationally significant issue
the number one story on their web site
as of 6:00 PM EDT on Thursday, September 3, 2015.

The following information and links are from their web sites at that time:

Clerk Rejects Proposal to Let Deputies Issue Marriage Licenses
New York Times, 2015-09-03

Kentucky clerk ordered to jail for refusing to issue gay marriage license
By James Higdon and Sandhya Somashekhar September 3 at 4:14 PM
Washington Post web site, 2015-09-03

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