The business of America is war. Policy calls for permanent ones. Wall Street and war profiteers demand them. Policy makers oblige. The Times and other media scoundrels show support.
Wars and post-war violence rage in multiple theaters. Harm caused civilians in Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Palestine, and elsewhere don't matter.
All Times readers know about Libya is falsified information about Christopher Stevens. Who killed him, why, and what he represented wasn't explained. What's most important virtually never gets coverage or analysis.
Iran and Syria dominate Middle East headlines. Neither country threatens others. Times articles, editorials and op-eds suggest otherwise. Readers are carpet-bombed with managed news concealing vital truths.
Instead of forthrightly opposing war, The Times wants governments of both countries toppled. It's out in front endorsing it.
It barely stops short of calling aggression a good thing. America right or wrong. Support the home team. Dominance alone matters. Right or wrong issues aren't discussed. The pattern repeats from one war to the next.
Times editors are cooperatively complicit. It's always been their editorial policy. Pre-Watergate and Pentagon Papers revelations, war on Southeast Asia was supported.
So was Reagan ravaging Central America; his other proxy wars; GWH Bush in Panama, Haiti and Iraq; and Clinton on Rwanda, Iraq sanctions, the Balkan wars, and the 1999 Serbia/Kosovo slaughter and mass destruction.