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New York Times Calls IRS Terrorist's Marxist Manfesto "Tea Party Banner"

New York Times joins the ranks of Time Magazine, MSNBC, Washington Post, Newsweek, and The Nation in linking the Joe Stack, who flew his suicide plane into an Austin IRS building, with Tea Party conservatives.

What made that kamikaze mission eventful was less the deranged act itself than the curious reaction of politicians on the right who gave it a pass — or, worse, flirted with condoning it. Stack was a lone madman, and it would be both glib and inaccurate to call him a card-carrying Tea Partier or a “Tea Party terrorist.” But he did leave behind a manifesto whose frothing anti-government, anti-tax rage overlaps with some of those marching under the Tea Party banner. That rant inspired like-minded Americans to create instant Facebook shrines to his martyrdom.

The New York Times goes on to rail against Glenn Beck and the Tea Party in this remarkable propaganda report. Stack actually railed against health care insurance companies, President Bush, and Capitalism in his manifesto, nothing like the Tea Party:

The communist creed: From each according to his ability, to each according to his need.

The capitalist creed: From each according to his gullibility, to each according to his greed.

In an earlier report, the Associated Press noticed "anti-government" people shrining Stack on facebook, though they didn't outright associate them with conservatives.

1 comment:

Euripides said...

Just following the Alinsky creed: Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it. Our problem is that we call these folks running the government Marxists when, in reality, they are fascists.