I personally love capitalism, haven’t seen much of it since 2008 but am a hearty supporter of it. The New York Times, which is a communist propaganda rag, declares that capitalism is unseemly and works with Barack Obama on a daily basis to try and subvert America to something akin to communism, where they will control the wealth. You think I am over the top on that? Read their paper and see their desire to take down the so called one percent to “spread the wealth.” Oh, that would be all except Pinch’s millions. You see that is what communism is and does, it puts a majority at the bottom of the pit whilst the ONE PERCENT, who already have their wealth, tell you what to do from the time we wake up in the morning until the time we go to sleep at night. Look at every communist country and you will see that the “rich” are living well while the masses are suffering and dying every day.
People like George Kaiser, Obama’s billionaire friend who sucks at the American taxpayers teat to start up new companies like Solyndra, or Pinch Sulzberger, of the New York Times, who uses his paper to push a slow slide to communism – both have everything their little hearts desire and they want to keep it that way. Communism has always appeared to me to be the weak minded and weak willed narcissists wanting full control over people who would otherwise pay them no attention. Do As I Say, Not As I Do.
It’s a classic American saga of top hats against hard hats, lions versus sheep, the one percenters and the forgotten 99. It’s a story about fundamental unfairness, corporate excess, and naked greed. There are exploited workers seething in revolt and spoiled plutocrats floating along on clouds of happy oblivion.
Somebody get The New York Times on the story. Wait a second – The New York Times is the story. So never mind.
New York Times employees plan an “urgent” Jan. 9 meeting to discuss their next move because its staff are incensed by the $15 million failure bonus given to outgoing CEO Janet Robinson. Robinson, whose disastrous tenure coincided with a drop in the parent company’s stock price from $40 to less than $8 in seven years, is getting $4.5 million to serve as a “consultant” this year (so the company can avail itself of 12 more months of that storied leadership).
Plus she gets, ahead of schedule, immediate access to a $10.9 million pension (though she is only 61). Her sudden resignation/ouster/defenestration, announced last month, came just three months after Forbes’ Jeff Bercovici said she conducted “what felt rather like a victory lap” to boast of her digital strategy. Third-quarter ad revenue sagged by 8.8 percent.
Meanwhile, according to the president of the Newspaper Guild, the paper is hectoring the workers with demands for concessions. These include pension freezes, savings in the health plan and curtailing bonuses for working late nights or rearranging schedules to deal with unexpected news events. All this would save the company about $9 million this year, or roughly two-thirds of the amount it is paying to a single non-employee: Janet Robinson.
The left in America has changed their names from liberals to progressives and they became liberals after the word socialist was unacceptable. Needed a new PR gig. They keep changing their name, but by God, they are the communists your grandparents fought to destroy just 60+ years ago. Wake up, wake up before its too late, the hour is near and our time is limited – this, my friends, is a call to arms to save America!