New York Times

NY Times: Didn’t the Soviets Win the REAL Space Race? You Know, for Diversity?

Soviet cosmonauts weren't victories for people of color; they empowered those who kept them in bondage.

The Cold War may be over, but the New York Times‘ devotion to ignoring the crimes of the Soviet regime endures. As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, the Times felt the need to lecture its readers that the U.S. actually lost the space race… the “Space Race for Equality” that is.

NYT, WaPo Recall Racism, Sexism at NASA in 1960s

Saturday marks 50th anniversary of first moonwalk

As the 50th anniversary of the first moonwalk approaches, the New York Times and Washington Post published stories this week pointing out sexism and racism in the early days of the American space program.

The New York Times’ Jewish Problem

Those who lament the resurgence of anti-Semitism in the Western world cannot overlook the role of the New York Times, which is normalizing civilization's oldest virus under the guise of defending social justice for the Palestinians against Israel.