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Author Topic: Eduardo Porter's Admission That New York Times Editors Changed His IMBRA Story  (Read 3744 times)
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This is a subway in Russia. Poor country?


« on: February 01, 2007, 04:44:49 PM »

By the way, if anyone doubts that the US Media is not actively campaigning against the American male, in particularly the editors of the New York Times, read this admission by Times reporter Eduardo Porter that the original article he wrote was butchered and made to look like men who date foreign women are losers and the women are desperate:

This was posted on October 17th at 5:16PM at

It turned out Eduardo Porter had taken Adam Weaver, a fiance visa applicant to dinner, and later twisted every word Adam said for his article, but Eduardo says that his editors at the New York Times did the twisting.

We need to find out which New York Times editor changed the story in October 2006 and THAT needs to be the story.

Here is the first part of the infamous VJ post that shows the date stamp:

Now I realize that Eduardo Porter might have children to feed (Eduardo is married to whom the feminists like to denigrate as a "Mail Order Bride" from Brazil), but it should be only a matter of time before he finally announces that a specific editor spiked his story and reversed its meaning to be pro-IMBRA instead of anti-IMBRA?

And, after letting some jackass senior editor at the New York Times dishonestly drag innocent Adam Weaver's name through the mud, along with that of his wonderful fiance Yesenia, all he officially still has to say:

"A bit of a disappointment really. But it's there. Anyway, all the best to you and Yesenia"?

« Last Edit: February 07, 2007, 09:32:41 AM by VeteransAbroad » Logged

Honest journalists will see the Tahirih Justice Center as a front for the NOW that appeals to conservative "Security Moms". and Yahoo and MySpace are actually working for total Internet regulation because they don't want clients to be anonymous and they want small dating sites/forums dead.
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