New York Times Keeps Piling On The Fake News

A few hours ago, the fake news New York Times declared an early spring, and blamed “climate change”

Spring Came Early. Scientists Say Climate Change Is a Culprit. – The New York Times

New York is facing near record cold, and nearly a foot of snow over the next ten days.

New York, NY (10001) Forecast | Weather Underground

Climate fraudsters have been pushing the early spring scam for decades.

There is no indication that spring is coming earlier. March temperatures in the US peaked over a century ago, with most of the warm months of March occurring more than 70 years ago.

A couple of days ago, the fake news New York Times had an article discussing my Washington State Senate presentation, in which they got all of their facts wrong.

Featured In The Fake News New York Times

How long will readers continue to pay to get lied to?

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7 Responses to New York Times Keeps Piling On The Fake News

  1. bleakhouses says:

    I wish it was coming early.
    Its nice out this morning and yesterday I walked from Union Sq. to Grand Central and was loving it. It has been a spotty winter here in my cozy bedroom ‘burb of NYC; no consistent pattern of cold or warmth.
    After today though its back to winter.
    Ive got 1/2 dozen tomato plants I started a bit too early because I was experimenting with led grow lights this winter; early spring would have been nice.

  2. Gail Combs says:

    The New York Times lost all credibility when they refused to give back the pulitzers won by the liar Walter Durranty..

    Duranty, one of the most famous correspondents of his day, won the prize for 13 articles written in 1931 analyzing the Soviet Union under Stalin. in which he LIED!

    Those lies were very very important. “Sally J. Taylor, author of the critical Duranty biography Stalin’s Apologist, argues that his reporting from the USSR was a key factor in U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s 1933 decision to grant official recognition to the Soviet Union and thus revoked the United States’ recognition of an independent Ukraine.” – WIKI (Seems the USA screwed the Ukraine that time too.)

    Pulitzer-Winning Lies

    To get around the censorship, the UP’s Eugene Lyons was telephoning the dire news of the famine to his New York office but the was ordered to stop because it was antagonizing the Kremlin. Ralph Barnes, the New York Herald Tribune reporter, turned to Duranty and asked him what he was going to write. Duranty replied:

    Nothing. What are a few million dead Russians in a situation like this? Quite unimportant. This is just an incident in the sweeping historical changes here. I think the entire matter is exaggerated.

    And this was at a time when peasants in Ukraine were dying of starvation at the rate of 25,000 a day.

    Both the Pulitzer committee and the New York Times fought tooth and nail seventy years later to continue the cover-up.

    An open letter to the committee deliberating on the revocation of the 1932 Pulitzer Prize for Correspondence from Walter Duranty

    On March 31st 1933, Gareth Jones, a young Welsh journalist, returning from an investigative tour of Soviet Ukraine, who then dared to publicly expose the severity of 1933 Soviet famine, was the prime recipient of Walter Duranty’s villainous New York Times diatribe, ‘Russians Hungry but not Starving’. By vaunting his then esteemed journalistic reputation through the integrity of The New York Times to defame Gareth Jones, Duranty brutally portrayed Jones of being both a scaremonger and a liar. Duranty further stated, “There is no actual starvation or death from starvation, but there is widespread mortality from disease due to malnutrition”.

    Duranty’s article was in immediate response Gareth Jones’ press report from Berlin on March 29th 1933; and in attendance was Hubert. R. Knickerbocker (the 1931 Pulitzer Prize winner for his analysis and reporting of the Soviet Five-Year Plan), who firmly believed Jones’ famine revelations, elucidated through his cable despatch of the same day to The New York Evening Post:

    “…Because of his position, because of his reputation for reliability and impartiality and because he is the only first-hand observer who has visited the Russian countryside since it was officially closed to foreigners, is bound to receive widespread attention in official England as well as among the public of the country”.

    …..Added to this insult of Jones by the foreign correspondents in Moscow, the Soviet Commissar for Foreign Affairs, Maxim Litvinov sent a special cable via their London Embassy to David Lloyd George banning Gareth Jones (who was a former adviser on foreign affairs to the ex-Prime Minister) from ever returning to the Soviet Union, and accusing him of espionage….

    ….Gareth Jones’ honest reporting on the Soviet Union probably had a direct bearing on his tragic death two years later. In the spring of 1935, having interviewed eminent Japanese politicians and generals, who were influencing world events in the Far East, Gareth Jones went ‘In Search of News’[i] in the northern reaches of China with the express ambition of ‘seeing what the Japanese were up to’ in their newly colonised province of Manchukuo. Sadly, he never reached his ultimate destination, as he was captured by bandits, held for a ransom of 100,000 Mexican dollars, and then murdered after 16 days in captivity…..

    Very good article on the depth of the lies told by Urinalists to cover-up the horrors of Communism and they have not stopped their cover-ups of the horrors of Communism to this day.

  3. Robertv says:

    No blossom on my cherry tree but the weather is nice so I’m off for some bicycling. 18º C outside in the shadow.
    And today everyone is happy in Barcelona. Qatar Airways 6 – Fly Emirates 1

  4. TA says:

    You are making a difference, meaning you are exposing the CAGW narrative for the fraud it is, when the New York Times starts taking cracks at you. Good job, Tony. :)

  5. Steven Fraser says:

    The Iditerod race this started to the coldest temp in the history of it, beginning in 1973.

    There is great quote at themend of the article…

    ‘The first week of March in mainland Alaska was the coldest since 2007, Brettschneider told Only four other years since 1950 were colder.’

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