If not, why do you think that is?
Is this not newsworthy?
Images of the march against high prices in Paris today.
And look at this report from Indian news outlet WION covering bill burning protests in London this weekend (why isn't this being carried by the BBC, Reuters, the AP, or CNN?)
I ask you again: Why isn't this front page news in The New York Times?
After all, those protesters are socialists just like their staff!!
Surely these outlets that care about truth want you to know about the hundreds of thousands of people who are taking to the streets to protest against the insane inflation and energy bills that are crushing the average family.
Instead, the media is covering a man in a dress who spray painted an Aston Martin showroom to protest climate change:
Why would the media be featuring one man with orange paint over entire nations of concerned moms and dads taking to the streets?
Seems like a glaring oversight for the "objective journalism" establishment, no?
Oh look, Reuters covered the Paris protest with a short little footnote buried somewhere on their page. How nice of them.
Just a scattering of small stories.
You'd think the ongoing unrest over inflation, energy, food prices, Covid mandates, and WEF power grabs disguised as "climate" policy would be a bigger story.
After all, Europe is about to freeze this winter and will be dragged into this recession along with the United States. Millions of people are going to be impoverished by this in Europe alone – and hundreds of millions more worldwide will be deeply affected because of it.
Doesn't the media care?
Shouldn't they be on the streets to broadcast the voices of the oppressed and marginalized? Shouldn't they be speaking truth to power? Shouldn't they be rooting out corruption?
Why is it up to people like these Dutch farmers on a bridge to let the world know of their struggle?