Newsweek Goes Off The Rails

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Newsweek recently put forth a theory about right-wing extremism. It was a fantastic piece of fiction. After they had waded through all of the crimes committed by right-wing extremists, totaling them up as more than Jihadists had committed, it came up to much less than one day in September of 2001.

They carefully crafted the discussion to begin in 2002. During which they claimed that “Islamists launched nine attacks that murdered 45, while the right-wing extremists struck 18 times, leaving 48 dead.” But, that only leads one to question what definitions they used. From the obviously stilted tenor of the story, it is logical to conclude that they vastly minimized “Islamic” terrorism and vastly maximized “right-wing extremist” terrorism.

But, there were further distortions. Later in the story they claim:  “…many experts maintain that the movement was a product of the financial crisis for farms in the 1980s, rapid economic and cultural change, and the adoption of gun control and environmental protection laws. In recent years, an explosion in the number of militias has been linked by experts to the beginning of the Great Recession in December 2007 and the election of Barack Obama months later.”

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Average Joe
Average Joe
5 years ago

I must protest, with enthusiasm, the title of the post “Newsweek Goes Off The Rails” for it implies Newsweek were ever ON the rails.

An often made assertion that is likely appropriate would be one cannot use Newsweek in the outhouse because it is already full of shyte.

More to the point, while Mr. Davis is quite correct it is also appropriate to point out that Eichenwald’s view of liberty minded individuals is about the same as heir Hitler had about jews. He is a vile self righteous malcontent who proposes slander and dishonesty was fact.

Here is a review, by Newmax, of his slander of Christians and the Bible….

http://www.newsmax.com/Limbaugh/Christianity-Kurt-Eichenwald-Newsweek/2014/12/30/id/615545/

So I’d like to thank Mr. Davis for his article and then promptly flush Kurt’s fecal remnant along with the filthy rag that published it.

Phil
Phil
5 years ago

When will this trashy Bolshevik loving magazine go out of business. the idiots whom are purchasing this toilet crap have to be pretty mentally ill. I wouldn’t even use this to wipe my butt with, it will only soil me. The magazine and it’s employees are lower then the waste that comes out of my bottom and that would still be an understatement.