All a writer has to do to get their work into the yellowed but vaulted walls of elite journalism like The New York Times, the Washington Post, etc. is to adhere to the sharia, advance the Muslim myth and call anyone that doesn't a racist-islamophoic-anti-Muslim-bigot and presto! Pulitzer time.
One of the leaders I work with in my Hindu/Sikh Freedom coalition, Satya, sent me this article by Valarie Kaur, "Is Sikh-led prayer at RNC hollow gesture?" excoriating this kind of vile propaganda. He railed:
The leftist propaganda like this article is so far from reality, it drives one nuts. What do authors like Valerie Kaur take the public for? Have they talked about Islamic destruction any time? Have they addressed the real problem, which is the hate in Islam, masquerading as religion. Are they going to guarantee that rights of non-Muslims in areas where Muslims grow even in US, based on every single experience around the world? It is not what they are saying, but what they do not say, selective representation of facts to drive a propaganda.
These people I call them are 'pseudo-secular terrorists' or 'leftists terrorists' of the world that need to be urgently addressed, fed by arab oil money.
And he said this concerning the Washington Post aticle, "In Conversation: Sikhism, Islam, and Hinduism, " by Vineet Chander, Valarie Kaur and Najeeba Syed-Miller:
A Hindu leader, Dr. Babu Suseelan, will be addressing this very thing at SION's First World Congress on September 11, 2012 at the UN Plaza Hotel. Be there. Register here.
See the flowery words on Islam mixed with Hinduism and Sikhism. Why don't these seculars teach this to Muslims in Islamic countries so that all religions in their countries get some respect, nay just survive. Have they talked about blasphemy laws, that not a single Islamic country, not ONE, gives equal rights. Should these people not spend their time in those countries? There is a factory of 'leftists terrorists' going on perhaps plush with oil money and they have taken over the media, leaving few activists here and there with little resources to take on, such as Pamela and others.