Hartford Courant Muslim propaganda

Hartford Courant

Time magazine is a Muslim propaganda machine, a de-facto Muslim mouthpiece, one among many, publishing non-objective, heavily biased materials, glorifying the terrorists, the murderers, the rapists, and their death cult, while obfuscating and hiding the truth, just like many other similar Muslim spin masters behind the shells of Western media companies or news outlets with English names.

1. A brief history

The Hartford Courant is the largest daily newspaper in the U.S. state of Connecticut, and is often recognized as the oldest continuously published newspaper in the United States. A morning newspaper serving most of the state north of New Haven and east of Waterbury.

In 1764, The Courant was created by Thomas Green, claiming the title “America’s oldest continuously published newspaper” and adopting as its slogan, “Older than the nation.”

In 1979, The Courant was purchased by Times Mirror, the Los Angeles Times‘ parent company. The first years of out-of-town ownership are described by a former Courant reporter in a book titled Spiked: How Chain Management Corrupted America’s Oldest Newspaper.  One criticism was that the new owners were more interested in awards, and less interested in traditional Courant devotion to exhaustive coverage of local news.

In 1992, The Courant won Pulitzer Prize for inquiring into problems with the Hubble Space Telescope (a Connecticut company was involved in the construction).

In 1999, The Courant won Pulitzer Prize in the Breaking News category for coverage of a 1998 murder-suicide that took five lives at Connecticut Lottery headquarters. A series of articles about sexual abuse by the head of a worldwide Catholic order, published since February 1997, constituted the first denunciation of Marciel Maciel known to a wider audience.

In 2000, Times Mirror and The Courant became part of the Tribune Company, one of the world’s largest multimedia companies.

In 2005, The Courant won World’s Best Designed Newspaper award offered by the Society for News Design .

In 2006, the paper’s investigation into mental health and suicides among Americans serving in the Iraq war was featured in the PBS documentary series Exposé: America’s Investigative Reports in an episode entitled “Question 7”.

In 2014, The Courant purchased the ReminderNews chain of weekly newspapers.

2. Sample search

Searching the site with ‘muslim’ as the keyword, such as here. The results strictly and pretentiously show how wonderful Islam and Muslims are, and none of them mentioned any atrocities committed by Muslims, even though those by far, are what Islam and Muslims have rather been well-known for, as statistically, greater than %99 of all terrorist events since 9/11, annually and cumulatively, have been committed by Muslims. Hartford Courant’s action is engaging yellow journalism and intellectual dishonesty at best or collaborating with the enemies and committing treason at worst.

3. Specific examples

Readers can be the judges to the degree of obfuscation. As usual, light-hearted nonsense about Islam and Muslim are in order, and completely and intentionally ignoring the big elephant in the room, the sheer number and magnitude of atrocities committed by Muslims almost daily against both non-Muslims and Muslims themselves. The following articles were displayed as results for a search with ‘muslim’ as keyword, during the week of 7/13/2015 (the same week that a Muslim named Mohammod Youssuf Abdulazeez barbarously gunned down 4 U.S. Marines and 1 U.S. sailor at military recruitment centers in Chattanooga, Tennessee):

 

Farmington Libraries To Hold Lecture On ISIS, Tenets Of Islam July 8, 2015

KRISTIN STOLLER
FARMINGTON — Muslim community members will lead a discussion on the peaceful tenets of Islam and the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL.

Panel In Manchester Answers Questions About Islam June 8, 2015

JESSE LEAVENWORTH
MANCHESTER — Many Americans have a media-driven view of Islam that promotes fear and separation, a panel of Muslim residents told an audience Monday night.
Could Muslim Cartoon Contest Be Any More Arrogant? May 4, 2015

I read with much interest the recent news about two gunmen being shot in Garland, Texas at a cartoon contest sponsored by the so-called American Freedom Defense Initiative. The gunmen, presumably Muslims, showed up to mete out their own version of justice.
Muslim Community Strives For Coexistence

Happy Promised Messiah Day! Amid the riches of another equinox, Rama Navami, Passover and Easter, millions worldwide commemorate the modest founding of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community. This metaphysical Ark was constructed 126 years ago on March 23 by his holiness Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, who claimed…
“Muslim Voices against Extremism” Panel Discussion

COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTOR CEYLAN
Peace Islands Institute’s Center for Interfaith Affairs, in collaboration with Quinnipiac University’s Department of Cultural and Global Engagement, is organizing a panel discussion on the topic ‘Muslim Voices against Extremism’ featuring a Sacred Relics Exhibition.
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