Treason from the Times

Breitbart’s BigJournalism: SOS – RED ALERT – New York Times About to Put American Troops in Deadly Peril

I have just received word that the New York Times is preparing to go public with a list of names of Americans covertly working in Afghanistan providing force protection for our troops, as well as the rest of our Coalition Forces. If theTimes actually sees this through, the red ink they are drowning in will be nothing compared to the blood their entire organization will be covered with. Make no mistake, the Times is about to cause casualty rates in Afghanistan to skyrocket. Each and every American should be outraged.

This piece, by thriller author and all-around plugged-in individual Brad Thor, is making its rounds around the Internet and has been since yesterday.  Still, I wanted to do my part and spread the word.

Read the entire piece.  What the New York Times is planning to do is absolutely unconscionable.  It’s treasonous.  And, in the midst of it all, the same people who had their proverbial panties in a twist after Valerie Plame was outed as a CIA agent (never mind that she had previously told kids in the neighborhood!) don’t seem to care that Americans will die because the Times will be outing a number of intelligence officials.

Read Thor’s piece.  This one isn’t a Scot Harvath novel.  This is real.  Pass it along.

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  1. Gail B. says:

    I’ve copied the link for the AR piece and spread it to my political friends and conservatives.

    Now to call the Times.

  2. Delta Force says:

    The New York Times,
    A CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER

    send ‘The Unit’ into that communist bastion.

  3. La Crimson Femme says:

    While NY Times is at it, why don’t they give out all the military post locations. Give away where Navy is in the waters too! Why stop at just the names? How about pictures of the people? NY Times can continue by providing the defense and offense war strategies.

    That NY Times actually believes this is acceptable is beyond me. I recommend we ship these journalist doing the “uncovering” to the war zone and have them report directly at ground zero. And don’t forget to plaster their name and pictures all over the media. As my husband always says, common sense doesn’t seem so common anymore.

  4. La Crimson Femme says:

    Update! I sent a message to the NY Times Publisher after reading the article. This is his response. This is good, yes?

    Thank you for writing. As a matter of policy we don’t comment on possible future stories but the blog posting you are referring to is incorrect. It is our policy to withhold the names of active undercover agents. An earlier Times story described operations in Afghanistan that have been discontinued, and did not disclose the names of undercover operatives.
    Sincerely,
    Darby Thomas

    Darby Thomas
    Office of the Chairman/Publisher & CEO
    The New York Times Company
    620 Eighth Avenue
    New York, NY 10018

  5. (Redacted) says:

    Wait, so instead of just reacting with blind, outraged indignation, someone actually contacted the subject of this rumor in order to get their take on it? That seems to go very much against the general spirit of this blog.

    On a more general note, at what point will the fact that this entire story is clearly just so much B.S. compel someone to stop listing it as “assigned reading”? Who’d have thought that this claim from a “thriller author and all-around plugged-in individual” would fail to pan out?

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