Pictures Show The New York Times' Cuba Double-Standard

Monday, December 8, 2014
When The New York Times' editorial writer, Ernesto Londoño, visited with Yoani Sanchez and other Cuban independent journalists last week in Havana, he told them that they couldn't interview him, "as the rules of his media prohibit him from giving interviews without previous consultation."

He also declined taking pictures with them.

(Cuban independent journalist, Miriam Celaya, wrote a must-read overview of their odd meeting with Londoño. Click here to read it -- in Spanish.)

Yet, Londoño obviously had no problem having his picture taken during an interview with the pro-Castro publication, On Cuba:

Or with Castro's state media, Granma:

Or with official pro-Castro blogger, La Chiringa de Cuba:

Pictures clearly speak louder than words.