Well technically his senior adviser Ron Dermer does it for him but it is definitely for Bibi. To you and I, and to the people of Israel this pointed and direct attack on the antisemitism present almost daily in the paper that is used for bird cage lining more then most, The New York Times is indeed sweet. I will never understand the leftists that write for that piece of trash nor those who consider themselves smart or elite who read it. There hasn’t been an actual newsman nor woman who have worked at that joint for decades, they have all been ideologically broken and their bias is obvious for even the most northeastern of elites to see, but ignore. It disgusts me and conservative citizen (a majority of Americans I might add) to see the dreck that dribbles from that cesspool of socialism/communism/Marxism throughout the rest of the media during the day, whether it be through blogs, or the Washington Post, or ABCCBSNBCMSNBC picking up and spreading their lies.
I cannot express how proud and thrilled I am this day to see Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tell them in much sweeter prose then I could ever write, to kiss his ass Yes New York Times You Are The Bigots You Project On To Others
I received your email requesting that Prime Minister Netanyahu submit an op-ed to the New York Times. Unfortunately, we must respectfully decline.
On matters relating to Israel, the op-ed page of the “paper of record” has failed to heed the late Senator Moynihan’s admonition that everyone is entitled to their own opinion but that no one is entitled to their own facts.
A case in point was your decision last May to publish the following bit of historical revision by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas:
It is important to note that the last time the question of Palestinian statehood took center stage at the General Assembly, the question posed to the international community was whether our homeland should be partitioned into two states. In November 1947, the General Assembly made its recommendation and answered in the affirmative. Shortly thereafter, Zionist forces expelled Palestinian Arabs to ensure a decisive Jewish majority in the future state of Israel, and Arab armies intervened. War and further expulsions ensued.
This paragraph effectively turns on its head an event within living memory in which the Palestinians rejected the UN partition plan accepted by the Jews and then joined five Arab states in launching a war to annihilate the embryonic Jewish state. It should not have made it past the most rudimentary fact-checking.
The opinions of some of your regular columnists regarding Israel are well known. They consistently distort the positions of our government and ignore the steps it has taken to advance peace. They cavalierly defame our country by suggesting that marginal phenomena condemned by Prime Minister Netanyahu and virtually every Israeli official somehow reflects government policy or Israeli society as a whole. Worse, one columnist even stooped to suggesting that the strong expressions of support for Prime Minister Netanyahu during his speech this year to Congress was “bought and paid for by the Israel lobby” rather than a reflection of the broad support for Israel among the American people.
Yet instead of trying to balance these views with a different opinion, it would seem as if the surest way to get an op-ed published in the New York Times these days, no matter how obscure the writer or the viewpoint, is to attack Israel.
As I always do, I encourage you to read the rest, it is brilliant and on point. I agree with everything Ron Dermer Senior advisor to Prime Minister Netanyahu said to the New York Times and echo it 1000X. The New York Times has done more damage to the culture and character of America then any invading army could ever have done and that was their objective, it has been reached, critical mass is here and its We The People or The New York Times, it can no longer be both.