In his column entitled “The Secrets of Jewish Genius,” Bret Stephens pondered the question why Jews had achieved so much despite constituting such a small part of the world’s population. For him, the answer lay in their genetic superiority.
The New York Times Editorial Board, it seems, rarely meets a coup backed by the US government that it doesn’t approve of.
Bolivian President Evo Morales was overthrown in a U.S.-backed military coup d’état earlier this month after Bolivian army generals appeared on television demanding his resignation. As Morales fled to Mexico, the army appointed right-wing