New York Times Publishes Brutally Antisemitic Cartoon….

The rather alarming aspect here is the multiple layers of editorial review and approval this had to pass through.  This is not simply an example of bad judgement, this is a clear reflection of the ideology within the publication.  Not a single person involved in the process saw a problem with it, until after it was published.  Quite remarkable.

From the international edition of the New York Times: A blind kippah-wearing President Donald Trump being led around -or leading- a dog depicting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (enlarged below)

It really is quite stunning actually; regardless of whether you accept the reality of the publication inherently containing an antisemitic bias. Dozens of people involved in the process of constructing the editorial decision, and each of them had to be in alignment with the message.  This is not an error of judgement. This is their view:

After the backlash the New York Times attempts a disingenuous retraction:

(Link to the Editors Note)

An “error of judgment”?

 

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394 Responses to New York Times Publishes Brutally Antisemitic Cartoon….

  1. 5warveteran says:

    Now pay attention, who owns the media? LOOK it up. How do you know when you are being manipulated by globalists? When the media, owned by supposed “Semites,” plays the race card to manipulate the nation. You did look it up didn’t you?
    Just like back in the day (WWII) the wealthy “Jewish” Khazars financed both sides of the war for profit and sacrificed their own people so they could play that race card for decades.

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  2. Walter Coast says:

    “New York Times Publishes Brutally Antisemitic Cartoon….”

    Perhaps I have not been infected with enough political correctness, but I do not see any antisemitism here.

    This is voicing an opinion about politics between two nations. Any aspect of religious, ethnic, or racial identity is incidental rather than essential; and perhaps unavoidable when commenting on the politics of Israel.

    Attacking disagreeable concepts through manufactured political correctness instead of debating the merit of its ideas is lazy and generally a last desperate tactic of those who are wrong.

    In this case, attack the idea of the cartoon with facts and logic rather than lazily yelling antisemitism.

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    • pgroup says:

      Your comment might have validity as a point of view IF … they had not put a yarmulke on the DJT caricature. But that makes it religious, and irredeemable.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Bulldog84 says:

        You are right. The yarmulke seals the deal, and the artist made a deliberate choice to use it for obvious reasons. The editors who printed it knew this.

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        • comradewhoopie says:

          Also there is no context in the cartoon. It’s gratuitous. It would be bad enough if it accompanied a story about Trump’s favorable policy toward Israel, but the articles surrounding it are about parenting and immigration. So what’s the point of the toon other than a smear on Israel and Trump?

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      • mrboxty says:

        There are photographs of Trump in a yarmulke widely available on the internet. There is no anti-Semitic message in showing Trump with a yarmulke.

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    • drakenfly says:

      Left see no problem with the cartoon because they refuse to recognize antisemitism no matter how hard they look at the cartoon. However if you disagree with their type of thinking or view, they become extremely hostile to anyone that says anything different…

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      • mrboxty says:

        I am not on the left and I see no problem with the cartoon. It’s a standard political cartoon no worse then the Romney throwing grandma off the cliff or any of the others used in politics since forever.

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    • 3rdday61 says:

      ‘Lazy’ and ‘wrong’ are perhaps the last two adjectives that most people here would
      ascribe to the author of the article.

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    • Carrie says:

      I’m going to say I’m cool with this cartoon if tomorrow they have on the dog the face of the Ayatollah and the blind person with hijab is Ilhan Omar. Let’s see what happens.

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      • boogywstew says:

        Amen!!!

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      • Peoria Jones says:

        I’d be ok with that. Clearly I’m in the minority here, but was not outraged by this cartoon. I wholly disagree with its premise and find it distasteful, but cannot label it anti-Semitic. The hateful NY Slimes hates anyone/thing that gets in the way of its political agenda.

        I’m no anti-Semite. In fact, I support Israel, Zionism, the Hebrew faith, and Netanyahu (as long as things are America First).

        What bothers me more is the notion that if I should ever criticize, disagree with, or even ridicule any of the above (or any person of Jewish heritage, for that matter) that I might be labelled an anti-Semite.

        I rejected the label of racist, simply because I despised Zero & Mooch – and reserve my right to continue hating everything they stood for, without malice for Blacks in general. I’m not inclined to fall into the “-ism” trap over Israel, either. There are already too many arguments over what it really means to be Jewish.

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      • mrboxty says:

        It would be stupid because the Ayatollah is Iranian and Omar is Somali.

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    • boogywstew says:

      Maybe you can get a job at the Times? You’ll fit right in!

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    • thesiriusone says:

      Depicting Jewish people as dogs has particular historical and biblical presidency, always pejorative and hateful.

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    • Marcus Zuhlke says:

      What the hell Walt, did you miss the Star of David? Seems pretty antisemitic to me.

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      • jeff montanye says:

        so let’s get this straight. israel has a star of david on its flag. it bills itself as the jewish state. so exactly how does one disagree with israel’s actions without such disagreement being cast as anti-semitism (actually anti-jewishness, since arabs are semites too)? pretty neat trick, no? it doesn’t faze me: i just keep making the distinction between zionist (jew or non jew) and jew (zionist or non zionist). they are overlapping euhler’s circles and always will be. i didn’t put the star of david on israel’s flag.

        in any case i’m going to interpret the cartoon as trump, the hipster poker player shading his eyes lest he offer a tell, wearing a yarmulke to blend in and ingratiate himself while he offers israel jerusalem as capital, the west bank and the golan heights (which israel has controlled for half a century), dismissive treatment of “palestinian leadership” whose two state approach is well past its sell by date, and sanctions on iran which needs to be offered something for future cooperation. netanyahu, thinking he has been leading a blind man, is just starting to realize that they have both been walking toward the one state solution for israel/palestine and voting israeli citizenship five million “occupied arabs” for quite some time (maybe since trump said bombs brought down the world trade center on the day it happened).

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    • ed furman says:

      Its easy to imagine David Duke seeing the cartoon and thinking, “Nailed it!”

      If you’re trying to make a valid point, why resort to lazy anti-semitic images that you must know will overshadow anything you might have to say?

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    • De Oppresso Liber says:

      The eloquence of your absurdity is almost as repugnant as your point of view. Your attempt to defend the indefensible is both foolish and undeniable.

      Hate is easily recognizable no matter how much horseschitt, in this case verbiage, is used as camouflage.

      MAGA!

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  3. leftnomore says:

    .. and exactly zero Jews will cancel their Times subscription in 5, 4, 3, 2……

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  4. Troublemaker10 says:

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  5. Bendix says:

    It isn’t even a clever cartoon. Just ugly, and stupid, and a throwback to an era that should have remained buried.
    What is the wit? A dachshund on a leash held by a blind man. Has a blind man ever walked a small dog on a leash?
    Why is Netanyahu portrayed as a dog being walked?
    Isn’t the dog on a leash the one that is subservient to the master?

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    • Carrie says:

      That’s what I thought too. The use of a dog is forced, not natural in this situation. That was how I thought you can tell it’s a specifically added insult to Bibi to portray him as a dog and to pander to Islam.

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    • Frank says:

      That’s what struck me first, too. It’s the cartoon equivalent of an enraged idiot spluttering and searching for words, only barely able to blurt out “TRUMP!” and “JEWS!” and “FRICKIN’ WIENER DOG!” for some reason.

      Which is probably the DNC’s 2020 platform.

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    • Arrest Soros says:

      Hard core Muslims believe Jews are descendants of dogs and pigs.

      Liked by 2 people

    • PMadison says:

      I’m interested in an explanation for the use of a dachshund. They aren’t typically chosen as guide dogs. Usually if one just wants a general dog reference they go with a Labrador. But this choice seems specific. From Wikipedia “Political cartoonists commonly use the image of the dachshund to ridicule Germany.”

      Maybe I’m reading too much into it, but with Trump known to be mostly of German heritage, I’m getting a whiff of the “stab in the back myth” being alluded to.

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      • ed furman says:

        the other stuff can be poorly explained away…..the dachshund isn’t clear at all.

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      • mrboxty says:

        Someone mentioned Hebrew National hot dogs. I think it’s because wiener dogs aren’t associated with strength. It’s a weak, yappy dog leading around the big blind man. It’s not a tall, powerful dog like a German shepherd or St. Bernard. Poodles are French, Chihuahuas are Mexican, a Shar-pei Chinese, etc.

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  6. Bendix says:

    This reminds me of the nasty and imbecilic woman who drew a cartoon mocking Ted Cruz’ little girls.
    She called the five and seven year olds “fair game”, and again the cartoon was not funny or clever.
    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/ted-cruz-to-press-dont-hit-little-girls-its-not-complicated/
    What has happened to these papers?

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  7. IrishEyesSouth says:

    To avoid lies, one-sided narratives & brainwashing, stop reading, watching & listening to MSM. Simple.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Bob fornly says:

    Well they have to be accurate sometime

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  9. 21leelee says:

    As this cartoon appeared in the international publication of the NYT, I find it doubly unforgivable. France has experienced a notable increase in violent crimes against Jews, their businesses and cemeteries these last 7+ years. Britain is facing an as yet completely unsatisfactory enquiry into antisemitism within the Labour Party; people are leaving that Party as well as the other legacy party, the Conservatives for different reasons. This cartoon seems to support the ideas of the French malefactors and the Labour louts. And that is just two countries internationally. The NYT needs to fire some people and start publishing responsible, honest views.

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  10. Troublemaker10 says:

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  11. Zippy says:

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  12. askandgettruth says:

    even my bird doesn’t like your bird cage liner.

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