Folks, seriously, at some point, entities like the New York Times will simply have to admit to being dhimmis because no other explanation fits. Last week, the Grey Lady ran a virulently anti-Catholic ad in its paper. Seeing the opportunity to prove a point, Atlas Shrugs’ Pamela Geller submitted an ad that virtually mirrored the one submitted by the atheist group whose ad was published by the Times.
Via Fox News:
The New York Times is being accused of having a double standard when it comes to questioning religion, after it ran an ad calling on Catholics to leave their church, but nixed an ad making the same plea to Muslims.
The newspaper published an ad from Wisconsin-based Freedom From Religion Foundation on March 9 which asked Catholics, “why send your children to parochial schools to be indoctrinated into the next generation of obedient donors and voters?” The ad went on to call loyalty to the faith misplaced “after two decades of sex scandals involving preying priests, church complicity, collusion and cover-up going all the way to the top.”
The Times said all there is to say when given the opportunity to respond: “No comment.” To see copies of the two different ads, click HERE.
Megyn Kelly’s America Live covered the controversy as well:
h/t Atlas Shrugs