Pro-Terrorist New York Times Leaks Top Secret US Info again
By: Sher Zieve
Continuing to sound more like Al-Jazeera than any US publication and once again displaying its anti-American pro-terrorist credentials to the world, the Democratsâ€™ PR machine New York Times has begun its latest jihad against the United States of America. This time, it has decided to release information on the highly classified â€œOperation Cannonballâ€â€”which consisted of planned maneuvers meant to capture top Al Qaeda officials. In doing so, the Times has placed one of its primary missions as â€˜informing Islamic terrorists of any dangers the US presentsâ€™. Note: It appears that the Times has become increasingly furious that US and Iraqi forces seem to be winning the war in Iraq. The anger is now so pronounced that one has to ponder as to how many terrorists might actually be on the NY Times payroll.
The 30 June Timesâ€™ article â€œAmid Policy Disputes, Qaeda Grows in Pakistanâ€ is lengthy and provides extraordinary detail of the operationâ€”leading some to have already speculated that the Timesâ€™ sources (not quoted in the article) are either CIA or the Pentagon, itself. Note: Although the New York Times has proven itselfâ€”multiple times overâ€”to be an enemy of the US, this potential source speculation makes one really wonder whether or not the Pentagon has been infiltrated by terrorists or terrorist-supporters.
These continue to be dangerous and tragic times fraught with a growing blatantly terrorist-sympathizing press and an actual US presidential candidate who has frequently expressed his disdain for the USAâ€”the same candidate who wrote â€œI ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whitesâ€ (from Dreams of My Father-by Barack Obama) and â€œI will stand with the Muslims should the political winds shift in an ugly directionâ€ (from Audacity of Hopeâ€”by Barack Obama).
The hazards and treacheries are out there, folks. Soon, it may no longer be possibleâ€”without being charged as a criminalâ€”to express our discontent and dissent with the Left or terrorism.