How fiercely crass is The New York Times? We’ll tell you.
On April 12th 2017 they promoted a “controversial” story about the “Fearless Girl” statue on Wall Street and how it turned the sculptor of the Wall Street bull rather peevish.
It turned out to generate massive coverage and feedback from people all over the world.
Great, you might say?
Not so great, we say.
Because the “Fearless Girl” statue was commissioned by State Street Capitol Advisors – Who The New York Times took Big $ from for a Big Ad in their same day’s Business Section which just so happened to blare – get this – “Sometimes Shit Happens.”
Well, actually, the ad said – “Sometimes —– Happens.”
But why be coy when you’re in bed with The New York Times and promoting yourself by ludicrously tying your corporate profits onto the back of the Women’s Rights Movement?
Talk about shame.
Shame on The New York Times.
Shame on State Street Capitol Advisors.
Shame on all those who got suckered into this false “discussion” of “Fearless Girl” when the real issue is about two corporations making a tempest in a teapot in order to generate corporate profits.