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Open Letter to New York Times Editors

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Stevie Wonder song lyrics called apartheid "wrong, wrong, wrong."

Media misinformation on what matters most exceeds it manyfold. Billions suffer globally at home and abroad.

A friend once suggested I contribute. I said my only chance is if a same-named publication exists on another planet. 

My views aren't welcome. Nor are those of others who write truthfully about what matters most.

I target you because your articles, commentaries and editorials have global reach. What you report, worldwide media and influential figures repeat. 

I'm independent. I choose topics and address them freely. No one directs me. I do it because it matters. I care about other people.  

Those most disadvantaged, deprived, persecuted, harmed, and abused concern me most. A better world is possible. Everyone deserves equity, justice, rule of law protection, and real democracy. No other reasons drive me.

I call today perhaps the most perilous time in world history. It's true. It matters. It's frightening. Times reports should explain. Instead they support dark forces imperiling us.

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I agonize over why you back wrong over right. Replicating what I and others like me do could improve millions of lives globally. You could deal warmongers a heavy body blow. Perhaps a fatal one.

You could challenge both parties responsibly. They have much to answer for. They betray their constituents and others that spurn them. You could demand they:

  • put money power back in public hands where it belongs; 

  • enact progressive policies;

  • save and improve social America;

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  • curb corporate power;

  • obey, not violate international, US statute, and constitutional laws;

  • get money entirely out of politics;

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I was born in 1934, am a retired, progressive small businessman concerned about all the major national and world issues, committed to speak out and write about them.

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