Athena goes ballistic on the NYTimes. And rightfully so.
I am sure that the Times questioned the "moral legitimacy" of the US after the Abu Ghraib panty show but now that a totalitarian regime is killing off elected officials and journalists of a neighboring nation, the sum total of their outrage for UN inaction is "too bad".
What's next? Perhaps, the Iranian genocidal aims are "too bad" or the Muslim Brotherhood winning 88 seats in Egypt is "too bad"? Why is it that the NYTimes saves its heated rhetoric for US officials and Americans in general?
Get a load of this:
He is an unlikely firebrand: the soft-spoken son of a blacksmith who still sometimes drives a 30-year-old Peugeot.