Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Traitorous Chivers

C.J. Chivers fawns and gushes over a man who intentionally blows up women and children.
Of course, I would expect nothing less from the New York Times when it comes to good press for the enemy.

Don't look for Chivers to do a glowing report on a US soldier anytime soon....

Let us fisk:

Not All See Video Mockery of Zarqawi as Good Strategy

These people are also known as traitors and Frenchmen.

By C. J. CHIVERS
Published: May 6, 2006

An effort by the American military to discredit the terrorist leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi by showing video outtakes of him fumbling with a machine gun — suggesting that he lacks real fighting skill — was questioned yesterday by retired and active American military officers.

Military people we cherry-picked from our top-secret "Traitors-R-Us" list.
Does the NYT's know any military people at all that root for the home team?
Or are all military people anti-military and anti-US?


The video clips, released on Thursday to news organizations in Baghdad, show the terrorist leader confused about how to handle an M-249 squad automatic weapon, known as an S.A.W., which is part of the American inventory of infantry weapons.

Confused?
A terrorist than can't rack a charging handle?
A terrorist that can't figure out a gun?
P*ssy.
Next they'll be defending a Frog doesn't know how to operate a white flag and a liberal that doesn't know how to lie to himself!

The American military, which said it captured the videotapes in a recent raid, released selected outtakes in an effort to undermine Mr. Zarqawi's image as leader...
"Selected" outakes!!! Those big meanies!!!
Notice Zarqawi is a "leader", but to the NYT's, Bush is not.


... of the Council of Holy Warriors, formerly Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia,
They used to tour with the-artist-formerly-known-as Prince,
and Vanilla Ice.
CJ has all CHW's albums and an autographed, slightly used scimitar.


and suggested that his fighting talents and experience were less than his propaganda portrays.
Note leading words - Not "said", but "suggested", and the use of the emotionally charged word, "propaganda" , of course imparting an element of doubt about the whole scenario.
Man! It sure would be swell if we ever got the Times on our side!!!
They're really good!


But several veterans of wars in Iraq or Afghanistan,
You don't know which war?
Heh. Fact checking at the Times.
I'm sure that's an ethereal experience.

as well as active-duty officers, said in telephone interviews yesterday that the clips of Mr. Zarqawi's supposed martial incompetence were unconvincing.
Yeah, man! These guys know Zarquawi is a total badass, yo!!!

The weapon in question is complicated to master,
HAHAHAHAHA!!!! What, the big bad terrorists are to stupid to figure out a rifle?
He wasn't detail-stripping it fer chrissaskes!!
It's not something terribly hard to master, like soap, or mercy, or common sense.

Freakin' bureaucrats.


and American soldiers and marines undergo many days of training to achieve the most basic competence with it.

Translation: And our US soldiers are total idiots that have no skills and don't read 20 newspapers a day!!!

(God I hate these guys).


Moreover, the weapon in Mr. Zarqawi's hands was an older variant, which makes its malfunctioning unsurprising.

I've shot guns (with ammo of the same eras) from WWI and WWII.
What does an "older variant" mean?
Of course, this extensive knowledge is based on CJ's vast weapons knowledge, comparable to others at the Times, in Hollywood, and (of course) DNC members.

(Note: This means they all got stoned together and watched The Matrix one time.)

The New York Times.
All the bad news we can get, plus whatever s**t we can make up!!

And they wonder why newspapers are dying...

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