Perhaps soon we will read Times op-eds penned by Blagojevich, Madoff, and Ahmadinejad. I've been submitting opinion pieces to the Times for years without success. I've sent in punchy, timely essays on sexual harassment, cosmetic surgery, women and religion, and too many others to mention for fear of embarrassing myself. Most of the pieces went on to be published elsewhere in respectable newspapers and websites.
Thu, 06 Sep The New York Times wrote it. As a former senior official in a presidential administration, I can state with certainty that no senior official would express disagreement anonymously. Anonymous dissent has no credibility.
Moreover, the dishonor of it undermines the character of the writer. A real dissenter would use his reputation and the status of his high position to lend weight to his dissent.
The New York Times' claim to have vetted the writer also lacks credibility, as the New York Times has consistently printed extreme accusations against Trump and against Vladimir Putin without supplying a bit of evidence. The New York Times has consistently misrepresented unsubstantiated allegations as proven fact.
There is no reason whatsoever to believe the New York Times about anything. Consider also whether a member of a conspiracy working "diligently" inside the administration with "many of the senior officials" to "preserve our democratic institutions while thwarting" Trump's "worst inclinations" would thwart his and his fellow co-conspirators' plot by revealing it!
This forgery is an attempt to break up the Trump administration by creating suspicion throughout the senior level. If Trump falls for the New York Times' deception, a house cleaning is likely to take place wherever suspicion falls.
A government full of mutual suspicion cannot function. For example, the alleged "senior official" misrepresents, as does the New York Times, President Trump's efforts to reduce dangerous tensions with North Korea and Russia as President Trump's "preference for autocrats and dictators, such as President Vladimir Putin of Russia and North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-un" over America's "allied, like-minded nations.
Why is resolving dangerous tensions a "preference for dictators" and not a preference for peace? The New York Times has never explained, and neither does the "senior official. Putin stepped down after serving the permitted two consecutive terms and was again elected after being out of office for a term.
Do dictators step down and sit out for 6 years?
The "senior official" also endorses as proven fact the alleged Skripal poisoning by a "deadly Russian nerve agent," an event for which not one scrap of evidence exists.
Neither has anyone explained why the "deadly nerve agent" wasn't deadly. The entire Skripal event rests only on assertions. The purpose of the Skripal hoax was precisely what President Trump said it was: If the "senior official" is really so uninformed as to believe that Putin is a dictator who attacked the Skripals with a deadly nerve agent and elected Trump president, the "senior official" is too dangerously ignorant and gullible to be a senior official in any administration.
Iraq had no nuclear weapons, and everyone in the government knew it. There was no prospect of such an event.
However, there is a very real prospect of mushroom clouds going up over many American and European cities if the crazed Russiaphobia of the New York Times and the other presstitutes along with the Democratic Party and the security elements of the deep state continue to pile lie after lie, provocation after provocation on Russia's patience.
At some point, the only logical conclusion that the Russian government can reach is that Washington is preparing Americans and Europeans for an attack on Russia. Propaganda vilifying and demonizing the enemy precedes military attacks.
The New York Times' other attack on President Trump - that he is unstable and unfit for office - is reproduced in the fake op-ed: But are any so insouciant that they really think that a senior official would write that the members of President Trump's cabinet have considered removing him from office?
A constitutional crisis is what the hoax of Russiagate is all about. The level of mendacity and evil in this plot against Trump is unequaled in history.
Have any of these conspirators given a moment's thought to the consequences of removing a president for his unwillingness to worsen the dangerously high tensions between nuclear powers? The next president would have to adopt a Russophobic stance and do nothing to reduce the tensions that can break out in nuclear war or himself be accused of "coddling the Russian dictator and putting America at risk.
Professor Steven Cohen, America's premier Russian expert, says that never during the Cold War were tensions as high as they are at this present time. In America today, and in Europe, people are living in a situation in which the liberal-progressive-left's blind hatred of Donald Trump, together with the self-interested power and profit of the military security complex and election hopes of the Democratic Party, are recklessly and irresponsibly risking nuclear Armageddon for no other reason than to act out their hate and further their own nest.He doesn’t really believe Hillary wrote the op-ed in the New York Times.
She didn’t. Whoever wrote this is a Millennial. She might write it, but then she wouldn’t double down and write a. Noting that this is not the deep state but the “steady state,” he/she goes on to write: The point of the Times piece is that people are The anonymous New York Times op-ed writer used.
alphabetnyc.com Twitter: @hkscommprog. HOW TO WRITE AN OP-ED OR COLUMN An op-ed piece derives its name from originally having appeared opposite the editorial page in a newspaper. Today, the advice on how to think about and write op-eds from the Op-Ed editor of The New York Times.
Sep 06, · Every so often, we academics get fired up and want to write an opinion piece so that the world can hear what we have to say. Just how do you submit an OpEd to the New York Times, The Huffington Post, or the Washington Post? In a previous post I shared information on how to write an OpEd.
Here, I will discuss how you actually go about submitting one. Jan 02, · A generation ago, Republicans sought to protect President Richard Nixon by urging the Senate Watergate committee to look at supposed wrongdoing by Democrats in previous elections.
Feb 27, · Last week, the New York Times published an op-ed by Muammar el-Qaddafi, leader of Libya. Perhaps soon we will read Times op-eds penned by Blagojevich, Madoff, and Ahmadinejad.