“New York Times” update: more on the problem of politics as art

I received a sign confirming my suspicion that I dated the daughter of a major “New York Times” editor. Readers will recall that I posted the article with some items that were not confirmed. I do that because the U.$. government has isolated me with insinuations of “terrorist,” “rapist” and “pedophile.” My posting of the facts did in fact allow for community confirmation and that is what I received.

One may ask what journalism by mafia-style sign language is worth. This is a problem in dealing with people who communicate via metaphor on a regular basis in racist networks, so it’s a good question. There is often not much good content in U.$. journalism.

Our approach to journalism is different. We see our task in journalism as uprooting the unaccountable chauvinist network in Amerikkkan journalism. It does not matter if the journalists involved are female, Black or of whatever “non-white-male” background: if they’re involved in Aesopian networks, they’re involved in unaccountable oppression, as tokens if they are not white males.

Obstacles to our success include the fact that many federal government press releases are worse than worthless. The Aesopian class then argues that it is better to talk to people allowed to use masks, because behind a mask, various sources might give one the truth to follow or check into.

As we argued long before, MIM starts its reporting from what bourgeois sociologist Emile Durkheim called the “social facts.” In other words, our approach should be rooted in patterns of fact about the entire society, not a fascination with art and metaphor. Individual cases or stories should be about patterns of fact.

It used to be scandalous for Maoists to say “art is political.” However, we in the rich countries long ago passed that point to where we now have “politics is art.” It is that sort of decadence where chauvinism via sign language occurs.

In “New York City” we have a rough style of borough politics encompassed in the term “Black-Jewish dialogue” and “starving artists,” say in southeastern Manhattan. Stitching together a coalition to rule New York City might involve obtaining grants for the white “poor” artists and ironing out the “Black-Jewish dialogue.”

Whatever objections one might have to New York City coalitions, the real problem arises when New York City is taken as a microcosm of the world, instead of South Africa. New York City’s budget is bolstered by taxes on Wall Street. New York City has to come up with a constant stream of reasons for handing out super-profits within New York City. Thus, the left-wing of parasitism frequently speaks as if the section of New York City consisting of “starving artists” were really poor people as exist in South Africa’s majority. It’s an utter falsehood lacking in internationalist perspective, something we see as we speak with Africans mobilizing at the World Cup 2010 for Western aid in the AIDS crisis. However, what ends up happening is the “starving artists” in turn influence New York politics in order to justify super-profit redistribution as it is. Instead of a real proletariat to work with, the artists themselves become the social vehicle of change. To counter the negative effects of such a reality, we urge artists to a more internationalist perspective rooted in social fact.

The social question that involves the editor’s daughter is my factual contention that far from being a free country, in the United $tates, spies outnumber total social science PhDs minted since the late 1970s. Then we look into what the implications of that are, and it turns out that for men like myself interested in international subjects there is a pattern of female spying. U.$. academia’s vaunted independence from the government is not what it is cracked up to be.

Female spying is triply taboo as a subject. First, it’s taboo, because confirming it or not confirming it would involve getting the FBI and CIA to admit things they do not admit as a question of policy. Secondly, female spying is taboo, because raising the topic thoroughly might raise whether males also sleep with females to spy on females, something society finds more objectionable. And, if males do not sleep with females as often to spy, that then raises another topic of inequality as to why or why not females are worth spying on. Finally, the subject is taboo, because the current fad in academia is post-modernism, a common version of which is that whatever the female or “worker” says is true. There is no such thing as a “bitch” in this political correctness ruling discourse, because Amerikkkan females are exemplary specimens of the Aryan race or somehow secretly living in perfect anarchist utopia when we males are not looking. Hence, ongoing hate crimes by females do not end up exposed, ever.

Then to illustrate this social pattern of spying and extortion, we can go back and look at who I was dating and who my colleagues and teachers in school were. In this respect, though there is much relevant KKK custom to prevent an investigation from ever happening, it has to be pointed out that the media does have a profit interest in my sex life as opposed to Elena Kagan’s. The taboo on uncovering evil in female spying does not completely outweigh the benefits of pornography.

Elena Kagan is also middle-aged and single like myself. As a female writer pointed out in-between-the-lines, my sex life is of vastly greater interest to the media than Kagan’s. No one has nailed down that Elena Kagan has been totally asexual in life, but her prior partners have not evoked interest; even though, she is a Supreme Court nominee and I am just a pundit.

To be blunt about this, some of my prior partners could have appeared on magazine covers. Heterosexual males except for Brad Pitt don’t sell. So we should be clear that the inordinate interest in digging out my sex life in the midst of an ongoing hate crime is not just racist but also sexist. It’s again on account of what interests the media about females, and it’s their looks, not their sense of right and wrong. The naive females supporting post-modernism in academia do not understand that it is male sexual fantasy that requires females be unencumbered by questions of right and wrong. That is the real objectification we need to oppose, not Janet Jackson’s nipple at the Superbowl.

Then we turn around and ask the question can the media handle this kind of question or is it covered up in a fashion worse than anything we ever heard about the Kremlin. The “New York Times” is the country’s leading source of international news; yet, before it started making insinuations between-the-lines about me starting at least five years ago, it was already too intertwined with the hate crime to be able to report it accurately.

It appears that thus far the “New York Times” explanation for its most major role in my lynching is that those events were “off the record.” So though the “New York Times” was involved in the hate crime attack on me that is ongoing as we speak, I as a journalist will not get them on record is what they are saying. After all, the cabinet and other senior federal officials also frequently speak “off the record.”

The policy at the “New York Times” and most corporate news outlets comes under pressure from the idea “not to make the news.” In this regard, foreign journalists and Internet bloggers can play a relatively positive role.

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