Hillary Cruz and Ted Clinton. Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. If both Cruz and Clinton end up winning their respective party’s nominations, we will truthfully be able to say that the dysfunctional US political system has selected the worst possible candidates from both parties. The dog in the above photo has figured out what the people apparently have not: that the fix is in.
Two Jewish activist groups have taken credit for a spoof edition of the New York Times that appeared yesterday and that created a sensation online as well as in print copies handed out on the streets of New York.
Sadly, the online version of the parody has been taken down, apparently due to pressure applied on the web host. However, a portion of it has been archived here.
The articles that appeared in the caricature were quite witty as were the fake ads, including the one shown here as well as another for “Shalom Cement” (“no walls say ‘Apartheid’ like Shalom Cement”). The charade seems to have brought smiles all around, with the lone exceptions of the New York Times and their Zionist cousins in Israel.
The parody of the New York Times that was launched today now seems to have gone viral. An unidentified spokesperson for the paper (i.e. the real New York Times, not the very realistic-looking spoof) has been quoted by the Jerusalem Post as saying that management “objects” to anyone attempting to “cloak their political views under the banner of the New York Times.”
Andre Vltchek and Benzi Gopstein
Andre Vltchek is a left wing political pundit who champions the cause of all people who have ever suffered oppression (for whatever reason) (either past or present) (except for Christians in Iraq and Syria) and who writes for the website Counterpunch.
Benzi Gopstein is a right wing Israeli settler who champions the cause of Jews (who of course have suffered more than any other people on earth), and who writes for the website Kooker.