Friday, February 7, 2014

Wrecking the Opening Ceremonies of the Russian Olympics

I kind of had high hopes for them after yesterday's surprise, but "more than anything, the promenade, in the shadow of the Olympic Park and luxury hotel accommodations, brought to mind the grand, flawed ambitions of Vladimir Putin’s $51 billion Games, and all the problems and incongruities that came with them." 

So I thought I would just skip the ceremony -- if I can get through the tangled security, that is -- and come on home.

"Chechen rebels’ complicated agenda" by Robert Pape | February 07, 2014

Nearly one year after the Boston Marathon bombing, American eyes are turning once again to the Caucasus — this time for the Sochi Winter Olympics. With suicide terrorists still at large in the region, an attack at or near the games seems increasingly possible.

If a bomb goes off, it will be tempting to draw comparisons with last April. The narrative practically writes itself: ethnic Chechens bombing another international sporting event.


Six Zionist Companies Own 96% of the World's Media
Declassified: Massive Israeli manipulation of US media exposed
Operation Mockingbird

Why Am I No Longer Reading the Newspaper?

That's the narrative I'm getting.

And indeed, there are similarities. Marathon bombing suspects Tamerlan and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Chechen suicide terrorists are almost always self-recruits. They actively seek out radicalization and training, signing up for the mission themselves.

I'll get to the Marathon fraud below, but you see the ball all the scripted and staged stuff was rolled into for propaganda purposes aimed at Sochi 2014.

However, the most notable suspect at large, Ruzanna Ibragimova, has different motives from the Tsarnaev brothers. She is a “black widow,” the wife of a deceased Chechen rebel who devotes herself to the cause of Chechen independence, and is believed to be planning a suicide attack.

They are still spinning that lie?

Therein lies the distinction. Whereas the Tsarnaev brothers were apparently motivated by perceived injustice by the Western world toward Muslims, Ibragimova’s cause is purely nationalistic. She is not fighting “The West,” but simply Russia. Nor does she perceive herself as fighting on behalf of all Muslims worldwide. She likely believes she is fighting for all Chechens, regardless of their religion.

Here at the Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism, we have been closely tracking the activities of the Chechen rebel movement.

I'll bet that neo-con training ground and CIA college is watching that movement very carefully!

Using rigorous methods in social science, we compiled and analyzed detailed records of every suicide and non-suicide attack since start of the conflict. Our analysis, commissioned by US Office of Naval Research and submitted in September 2013, predicted an imminent suicide attack campaign by the Chechen rebels against civilians in Russia. Since that time, our warning was confirmed by three suicide attacks in Volgograd — one in October and two in December. Ibragimova was dispatched as part of this same wave of attacks.

Are you falling for this false flag bulls***?

Our findings also show that Chechen terrorism against Russia ebbs and flows, usually following a distinct pattern: When rebels cannot attack Russian security forces, they start attacking civilians; once they are able again to attack security forces, civilians are spared.

For instance, it was only when the rebels were driven out of Chechnya that their former leader, Shamil Basayev, made clear that civilians were appropriate targets. Major suicide bombings in Moscow in 2003 and 2004 are prime examples of this.

See: The Return of "Al-CIA-Duh" to Russia

They had never really left.

But once the rebels regrouped in the Republic of Ingushetia, they were able to form a base from which they could attack security forces again — violence against civilians declined during this period. Civilian attacks peaked again in 2009, in response to Russian antiterrorism efforts in Ingushetia, only to decline in 2012. In July 2013, rebel leader Dokku Umarov announced again his intention to attack civilians, forming the newest campaign.

He's dead (or retired), but does it matter?

The Olympics are a particularly symbolic target. Sochi was a major site in Russia’s conquest of the North Caucasus during the 19th century, which resulted in the expulsion of tens of thousands of Muslims to Turkey. 

Ethnic cleansing and no big deal?

Generally speaking, the host cities are a relatively easy target for terrorists looking to make a splash on the world stage. Munich (1972) and Atlanta (1996) were both targets of successful terrorist attacks, for instance.

Atlanta was a false flag during which the FBI blamed that poor Jewell fella that found the bomb. As for Munich....  

The Munich 1972 Olympic Games "Massacre" Was A Mossad False Flag Operation: Here Is The Proof! 

Yeah, that sure would spoil things.

With that in mind, the rebels’ goal during the Olympics will be to punish and embarrass Russia, most likely by targeting Russian civilians and/or security forces at the Olympics. Another possibility would be to attack civilians elsewhere in Russia, taking advantage of the security vacuum created by the diversion of Russian antiterrorism resources towards Sochi.

The Globe is doing all it can.

Either way, attacking non-Russians — for instance, by detonating a bomb in the heart of the athletes’ village — would actually be counterproductive to the Chechen independence movement. The result would likely be full international support for Russia (financially and perhaps even militarily) in its efforts to crush the Chechen rebels.

If something does happen I once would have ascribed it to the Russian government as a false flag. Not anymore. Just not their shtick when one considers history.

Granted, Russia has taken extraordinary measures to secure Sochi. The athletes should be quite safe, not only because Russians are the most likely targets, but because the athletes’ village and sporting arenas have been made impenetrable.

I heard that.

We must also ask ourselves: If a bomb goes off during the Olympics, what is the appropriate response?

Invade! War! Where is the enemy, show me the way!

A hardline Russian response — such as bombing Grozny (Chechnya’s capital) in retaliation — would only create more recruits.

But not AmeriKan bombing in places like Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen, Somalia. Those create democrats.

Instead, the proper response should be to improve economic and political conditions in Chechnya. This would wrestle support from the rebels, a fringe group whose support is maximized when the local population is aggravated. 

Do these advocates for US empire ever listen to themselves?

The bottom line is that we should not expect the Chechen rebels to go unnoticed during the Winter Olympics.

Got you.

They have proven themselves enormously effective in carrying out attacks throughout the Caucasus. Sochi is right on their doorstep, relatively close to Chechnya compared to previous attack sites. This is the perfect opportunity for them to grab the world’s attention, to deeply embarrass Russia in what is otherwise supposed to be its shining moment.

Robert Pape is professor of political science at the University of Chicago and director of the Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism.


So what does someone who has been there think?

"Russia’s big show; Push aside all the dire predictions; the Sochi games still might go well" by Roland Merullo |  February 07, 2014

Related: Hijacker Who Tried to Divert Flight to Sochi in Custody 

That's the latest threat and he is Ukrainian? We will be getting to them, too.

Hosting the Olympic Games is a daunting task for any nation, but Russia appears to be having more than its share of troubles. While threats of a terrorist attack and the country’s anti-homosexuality laws have gotten most of the world’s attention, there are other worrisome reports from Sochi — from hotels not ready to accommodate an expected 11,000 journalists to unintentionally colorful tap water, corruption, environmental abuse, and legions of stray dogs.

Ah! The dogs did get another mention!

With the possible exception of the stray dog stories, none of this surprises me. I spent almost three years in the Soviet Union and Russia over the past few decades....

Still, the problems I hear about now have a disturbingly familiar ring: Sochi’s present, it seems, is shadowed by Russia’s past....

Only in my jewspaper because I'm not seeing it that way at all.

In the Communist era there was no enforcement of environmental regulations, no incentive to work well, no competition, and such an abundance of corruption....

I’m not intending to mock the Russians here. Despite Soviet society’s utter lack of monetary incentive, we inevitably found men and women willing to do high-quality work. And despite KGB harassment, we were often shown a level of hospitality that would warm the coldest anti-Communist heart.

Then you are just being rude and ungrateful, huh?

But it’s a fact that 60 years of Marxism-Leninism sucked a great deal of psychic energy out of the labor force.

Try 30 years of corporate governance and see what you get. 

Didn't Lenin write something about that?

On a visit in 2010 I was pleased to see the positive changes wrought by Russia’s nascent free market. Restaurant service, construction quality, and the availability of goods were all vastly improved, and there was the sense, despite ubiquitous corruption, that innovative, hardworking people might actually be rewarded for their efforts.

But that was truer in Moscow than in the smaller cities and country towns, where life had changed some, but not much.

That's probably true, and just proves that all governments serve domestic elites. The name doesn't really matter.

It seemed clear that the psychological legacy of the Communist years would prove even harder to shed than their economic legacy.

Still, things might go well in Sochi. 

Then again, but, still, if.... SIGH!

The Soviets we worked with were famous for saving projects from disaster at the absolute last minute....

Must be why they collapsed first.

My hope, for Sochi and the Russians, is that this show does go on, with no logistical disasters or loss of life.

We are all hoping that.

I have a less realistic hope, too: that, in opening their nation to the eyes of the world, Putin and his gang will be moved to finally abandon the old, merciless, inefficient ways, and let the Russian water run clean.

So when does Obummer and the AmeriKan gang get that message?


"Human rights concert

Instead of singing, Madonna and Pussy Riot spoke with passion about human rights issues at a concert for Amnesty International. Madonna told the crowd of thousands Wednesday night that she received death threats for standing up for Pussy Riot, a Russian protest punk band, when two of its members were arrested for hooliganism after staging a protest in a Russian church in 2012. At the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Madonna introduced Maria Alekhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, who were released from prison in December and made their first public appearance in the United States on Tuesday. They spoke through a translator at the ‘‘Bringing Human Rights Home’’ concert, telling the audience they were grateful to be free but have to continue to fight to save others imprisoned. The Moscow group has been critical of Russian President Vladimir Putin."

I never really like Madonna's music anyway.

RelatedPussy Riot Propaganda 

Some would call them a different word.


".... So many of these things came to us through the guise of art forms and they were followed after by legions of critics and writers, who extolled the freedom and genius to be found in the works of Maplethorpe and other freaks from The Pit. Here we have a small dissertation accompanied by pictures, it omits most of those presently engaged in these things, like Jay-Z, Madonna and others. Who are the conscious manipulators and who are the tools? There are ways to identify these creature features but that's on a need to know basis. There are a lot of people espousing their particular viewpoint about these things, you're free to make your own decisions about what's what. There are so many resources of information. You have to feel your way through all the opinion. I never had any doubt about Snoop Dog.

There are some resources that seem a little suspect to me like this fellow Fosdyke but... I don't know do I? There's endless reams of info, research, speculation, what have you. You have to make up your own mind, while not looking overlong into the Abyss. Like I say, there are lists and lists and lists and... if I, in fact did not say that well, I'm saying that now-

Let me say something about entertainers....


Anyway, this is brought up because of that 'all roads lead to Rome' concept but... some many roads lead to The Department of Despicable Dung

This kind of thing is directly associated with this sort of thing, at least the opposition to it thereof. I bring it to your attention because of a NEW TERM in the sexual identity dance off and that is (drum roll!) "inter-sex people" It appears that this is simply another spin off into neurosis, in hope of psychosis. Why yet another term? Every new term adds a new fundraising angle. As you know, or should know by now, all this oil slick, rainbow movement is about, is scam and pretense. If for you, it appears to be some kind of cutting edge, human rights module, all you've done it to fasten your seatbelt prior to your car going off the bridge. That will be helpful in seeing that you are not separated from your means of conveyance when you hit the water down below. That's what we mean when we say, "appropo".

Tzipi Livni's, separated at birth Siamese sister wants you to know that 'blood will tell'. Then I said to myself , hmmm maybe she's not a member of The Evil Eye Brigade. I was so sure, I had decided not to even check, then I said, WTH and did.  Are eyes a part of the study of Phrenology? They are in Mr. Visible's system so... let's look at the right eye of Victoria. Probably then you might ask yourself, what has Benghazi got to do with The Ukraine? The Tribe didn't engineer a holocaust in Benghazi like they did in the Ukraine, or, wait a minute, yeah, they did, only it was the whole country, not just a manufactured terror event.

Oh the times, the times, the times....


The fact that this next article is a complete rewrite from what is in my printed paper tells one much.

"Leaked tape of diplomats spurs a skirmish over Ukraine; Russia, US swap accusations of interference" by Andrew Higgins and Peter Baker |  New York Times, February 07, 2014

KIEV — The tense Russian-American jockeying over the fate of Ukraine escalated Thursday as a Kremlin official accused Washington of “crudely interfering” in the former Soviet republic, while the Obama administration blamed Moscow for spreading an intercepted private conversation between two US diplomats.

Related: Regime Change in Ukraine Scheduled For Sochi Olympics 

That is crude.

An audiotape of the conversation appeared on the Internet and opened a window into American handling of the political crisis, as the two diplomats candidly discussed the composition of a possible new government to replace the pro-Russian Cabinet of Ukraine’s president, Viktor Yanukovych. It also turned the tables on the Obama administration, which has been under fire lately for spying on foreign leaders.

Not too much fire.

The developments on the eve of the Winter Olympics opening in Sochi, Russia, underscored the increasingly Cold War-style contest for influence here as East and West vie for the favor of a nation of 45 million with historic ties to Moscow but a deep yearning to join the rest of Europe.

The tit-for-tat has been going on since November, when Yanukovych spurned a trade deal with Europe and accepted a $15 billion loan from Moscow. Months of street protests have threatened his government, and US officials are now trying to broker a settlement — an effort the Kremlin seems determined to block.

The posting of the audiotape represented a striking turn in the situation. It was posted anonymously on YouTube on Tuesday under a Russian headline, “Puppets of Maidan,” a reference to the square in Kiev occupied by protesters, and then tweeted Thursday by a Russian government official who called it “controversial.”

The tape captured a four-minute telephone call on Jan. 25 between Victoria Nuland, the assistant secretary of state for European affairs, and Geoffrey Pyatt, the ambassador to Ukraine, trading their views of the crisis, their assessments of various opposition leaders, and their frustrations with their European counterparts. At one point, Nuland used an expletive to describe what should happen to the EU.

Really? What did she say?

The two were discussing Yanukovych’s offer to bring two opposition leaders, Arseniy P. Yatsenyuk and Vitali Klitschko, into the government as prime minister and deputy prime minister. The two Americans favored Yatsenyuk, a former economics minister, and Nuland said Klitschko, a former world heavyweight boxing champion, should not go into government.

“I don’t think it’s a good idea,” Nuland said.

Pyatt expressed hope for a deal to form a new government but warned that Moscow would try to undo their negotiations.

“If it does gain altitude, the Russians will be working behind the scenes to torpedo it,” he said.

A link to the secret recording was sent out in a Twitter message Thursday by Dmitry Losukov, an aide to Russia’s deputy prime minister, just as Nuland was in Kiev meeting with Yanukovych and opposition leaders. The White House pointed to that as an indication of Russian involvement, although it said it was not accusing Moscow of taping the call.

“I think it says something about Russia’s role,” said Jay Carney, the White House press secretary.

Seeing as the NSA collects every single communication and movement on the planet and then gives all the raw data to Israel, I'll remember that for all the stories that come from my mouthpiece media. Thank you.

Losukov, responding to messages from a reporter on Twitter, rejected the US assertion that he had been the first to disseminate the recording.

“Disseminating started earlier,” he wrote, adding that his post was being “used to hang the blame” on Russia.

That is the point of this piece of propaganda, isn't it?

The secret tape, reported Thursday by the Kyiv Post, came to light as a Kremlin adviser, Sergei Glazyev, accused the United States of funding and arming protesters in Kiev and seemed to threaten Russian intervention.

Urging Ukrainian authorities to crush what he described as an attempted coup by US-armed “rebels,” Glazyev said in an interview published Thursday in a Ukrainian edition of a Russian newspaper that Washington was violating a 1994 agreement by trying to shape events in Kiev. “What the Americans are getting up to now, unilaterally and crudely interfering in Ukraine’s internal affairs, is a clear breach of that treaty,” said Glazyev, who advises President Vladimir Putin of Russia on Ukraine.

They are not even trying to hide it anymore.

This, he said, gave Russia the legal right to intervene in the crisis.


My print version:

"U.S. Points to Russia as Diplomats’ Private Call Is Posted on Web" by PETER BAKER, FEB. 6, 2014

WASHINGTON — After months of taking grief for snooping on foreign leaders, the Obama administration found itself on the other side on Thursday after a private telephone call between two American diplomats appeared on the Internet in a breach that the White House tied to Russia.

See: Russia’s bid for GPS on US soil fuels spy fears

In the recording, an assistant secretary of state and the ambassador to Ukraine are heard talking about the political crisis in Kiev, their views of how it might be resolved, their assessments of the various opposition leaders and their frustrations with their European counterparts. At one point, the assistant secretary uses an expletive in a reference to the European Union.

See: 'F**k the EU': US State Dept. top official caught in alleged phone chat on Ukraine 

Oh, that is the word she used!

The conversation opened a window into the American handling of the crisis and could easily inflame passions in Kiev, Brussels and Moscow, where the role of the United States has been controversial.

Controversial because we are driving the coup?  

After I was told the U.S. was letting the E.U. take the lead!

The White House on Thursday suggested that Russia, which has jockeyed with the United States and Europe for influence in Ukraine, played some role in the interception or dissemination of the conversation.

“The video was first noted and tweeted out by the Russian government,” Jay Carney, the White House press secretary, told reporters. “I think it says something about Russia’s role.”

Asked if he was accusing Russia of recording the conversation, Mr. Carney said: “I’m not. I’m just noting that they tweeted it out.”

What a slimy s*** he is.

In a later briefing, Jen Psaki, the State Department spokeswoman, said she had no information about who posted the recording but criticized Moscow for promoting it. “Certainly we think this is a new low in Russian tradecraft,” she said.

Another administration official privately confirmed the authenticity of the tape, which was posted anonymously on YouTube on Tuesday under a Russian headline, “Puppets of Maidan,” referring to the square occupied by protesters, and reported on Thursday by the Kyiv Post.

A link to the secret recording was sent out in a Twitter message earlier Thursday by the account of Dmitry Loskutov, an aide to Russia’s deputy prime minister. “Sort of controversial judgment from Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland speaking about the EU,” the message said, clearly trying to drive a wedge between the United States and Europe.

Folks, I really don't want to read this rank rot, agenda-pu$hing pre$$ anymore.

Obama administration officials took that as confirmation of their suspicion that the conversation was intercepted or at least disseminated by Russia’s government, which has sheltered Edward J. Snowden, the National Security Agency contractor who exposed American eavesdropping of foreign leaders like Angela Merkel of Germany.

See: Snowden Was a Russian Spy 

Except he wasn't. He was worse than that.

While the revelation prompted the White House to cancel surveillance of friendly foreign leaders like Ms. Merkel, administration officials defended themselves by noting that many governments spy on American officials as well. American diplomats have long assumed that their telephone calls were tapped by Moscow, but rarely if ever have the Russians made recordings public.

The administration official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said the fact that this one was made public was a sign of desperation by the Russians, who in this view are trying to stop the Americans from brokering a settlement of the standoff between President Viktor F. Yanukovych and the Ukrainian opposition. It came to light even as Ms. Nuland was in Kiev on Thursday talking with both Mr. Yanukovych and opposition leaders.

Mr. Loskutov, responding to messages from a reporter on Twitter, rejected the American assertion that he was first to disseminate the recording. “Disseminating started earlier,” he wrote in English, adding that his Twitter post was being “used to hang the blame” on Russia. Asked if Russia had any role, he said: “How would I know? I was just monitoring ‘the Internets’ while my boss was off to a meeting with the Chinese leader.”

Ms. Nuland seemed frustrated that European leaders had not put enough pressure on Mr. Yanukovych to respond to protesters upset with his decision not to sign a trade agreement with the European Union. She told Mr. Pyatt that Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations secretary general, was preparing to send an envoy to Ukraine, which would “help glue this thing and to have the U.N. glue it.”

“And you know,” she said, and then used an expletive to say what could be done to “the E.U.”

“Exactly,” Mr. Pyatt said. He expressed concern that “the Russians will be working behind the scenes to try to torpedo it,” and agreed that there would be value in an “international personality” traveling to Kiev to “midwife this thing.”

And that is when she said F*** the E.U.! 

Added from web

In the recorded call, Ms. Nuland and the ambassador, Geoffrey Pyatt, were talking about an offer made on Jan. 25 by Mr. Yanukovych to bring two opposition leaders, Arseniy P. Yatsenyuk and Vitali Klitschko, into the government as prime minister and deputy prime minister, respectively. The two Americans described Mr. Yatsenyuk, a former economics minister, in favorable terms, but viewed Mr. Klitschko, a former world heavyweight boxing champion now serving in Parliament, more warily.

“The Klitschko piece is obviously the complicated electron here,” Mr. Pyatt said.


Ms. Nuland suggested that Mr. Klitschko should not go into the government. “I don’t think it’s necessary,” she said. “I don’t think it’s a good idea.”

Mr. Pyatt concurred. “In terms of him not going into the government, just let him sort of stay out and do his political homework and stuff,” the ambassador said. “I’m just thinking in terms of sort of the process moving ahead; we want to keep the moderate democrats together.”

Ms. Nuland described Mr. Yatsenyuk as “the guy who’s got the economic experience, the governing experience,” and said Mr. Klitschko’s working for him was “just not going to work.” Mr. Pyatt called Mr. Klitschko the “top dog” among the opposition leaders and suggested that Ms. Nuland call him directly.

He's the champ!

Ms. Nuland said that she could get Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. to call Mr. Yanukovych for “an atta boy” encouraging moves to work with the opposition, and that “Biden’s willing.”

Ultimately, Mr. Yatsenyuk and Mr. Klitschko declined to join the government later on Jan. 25. Mr. Biden called Mr. Yanukovych three days later, the day Prime Minister Mykola Azarov stepped down. Protests continue.

Ms. Nuland was in Kiev on Thursday trying to broker a deal to de-escalate the confrontation by assuring amnesty for protesters, moving demonstrations back from public buildings and restarting negotiations.

Oh, is that what she is doing there?

Over a longer term, the Obama administration is trying to persuade Mr. Yanukovych to make constitutional and electoral changes that would allow for opposition participation in government and eventually lead to economic assistance from the International Monetary Fund.

Is there really anything more to say?

Ms. Nuland met with opposition leaders on Thursday and spent four hours with Mr. Yanukovych, who later released a statement saying that he was ready to return to negotiations with the opposition and would accelerate the release of jailed protesters. “It is only through dialogue and compromise that we can overcome the political crisis,” Mr. Yanukovych said.

After the intercepted telephone conversation became widely reported on Thursday, Ms. Nuland spoke with European Union officials to smooth over any ruffled feathers. Reached by telephone in Kiev, Ms. Nuland referred questions to the State Department, but seemed more amused than angry.

She certainly is showcasing her Jewish qualities!

“It’s all part of the job,” she said. Mr. Pyatt posted a picture on Twitter of the two of them laughing as they read the Russian official’s tweet on an iPad. “Enjoying Dima’s tweet here in Kyiv,” Mr. Pyatt wrote, referring to Mr. Loskutov.

That's just going to ruffle more feathers! 


I'm sorry I'm starting to fade, folks.

"Pa. student faces bomb charges" by Joe Mandak |  Associated Press, February 07, 2014

PITTSBURGH — A college student from Russia was charged Thursday with possessing and making unregistered bombs using chemicals, fuses, and empty carbon dioxide cartridges in his off-campus apartment.

Sounds familiar.

Pittsburgh’s federal prosecutor said investigators are still trying to determine Vladislav Miftakhov’s intentions. The charges were warranted, the prosecutor said, because of the public safety risk the devices posed, even if the intentions of the 18-year-old Penn State-Altoona student were benign.

‘‘These chemicals can be used to create explosive devices but mixed together they can be set off even by static electricity,’’ said US Attorney David Hickton....

Miftakhov’s lawyer did not immediately return a call for comment on the charges filed by the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Miftakhov was arrested Jan. 24 after Altoona police, acting on a tip from his landlord, allegedly found marijuana-growing supplies and bomb-making materials in Miftakhov’s room.


Tsarnaev and Friends
FBI Cover-Up of Todashev Killing Complete

Miftakhov’s lawyer, Robert Donaldson, told the Altoona Mirror newspaper that his client comes from a good family and has no criminal record.

‘‘Once the facts come out, people will see a different side of this,’’ he said.


I thought coverage of that would wilt, but I see it is still reinforcing the same old reminders:

"Tsarnaev defense team may favor Boston trial" by Milton J. Valencia and Anush Elbakyan |  Globe Staff, January 31, 2014

US Attorney General Eric Holder’s decision sent ripples throughout the country and world and stirred mixed emotions among bombing victims and their families, politicians, and law enforcement officers.

On Friday, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s great-uncle said from Russia that the family does not trust the investigation and the case against him.

“There is no real evidence against Dzhokhar,” Dzhamal Tsarnaev said in a telephone interview conducted in Russian. “The whole world knows that he is innocent.”

He is on to something there!

He said, “Dzhokhar’s parents are shocked and are in complete disbelief,” and that his mother, Zubeidat, “can’t even talk about this. She is in complete shock.”

Heda Saratova, a human rights activist based in Chechnya who is close to the family, said that Zubeidat and her husband, Anzor Tsarnaev, have been advised by their lawyers not to comment to the press....

Certainly not the AmeriKan media. 

Btw, turns out the mother knows all about 9/11.


RelatedFor Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, death is in life

Who can blame her for being speechless and in shock? They already murdered one of her sons, and now they want to kill the other.

Also see: Carlos Arredondo - Boston Hero or NWO FRAUD?


"Since the bombs exploded at the Boston Marathon, when Carlos Arredondo rushed from the VIP stands to clear barricades and make a tourniquet from a sweater sleeve that saved Jeff Bauman’s life, the 53-year-old has become the face of Boston Strong, seen by some as an almost mythic embodiment of courage in the face of terror. Already a public figure for more than a decade as the man who set himself ablaze after learning that his son was killed in Iraq and as a ubiquitous antiwar protester, he is now what some of his friends call Boston’s “comforter in chief.” It has become a full-time role, one that has brought celebrity and adoration, accolades, and perks both financial and emotional. Nearly every day since the attacks, Arredondo has been booked with public appearances."

Wow, isn't that really, really strange?


"The story told by Carlos Arredondo is a complete fabrication. Virtually every aspect of the tale he has told is demonstrably untrue and yet it has been readily accepted and repeated by the mainstream media."

See: The Boston Marathon Bombings: Fully Exposed

Yes, who could ever believe what you are seeing on your TV (from 9/11 to Sandy Hook to chemical weapons use in Syria and even the fireworks) is all staged and scripted fakery

Now maybe you think I'm a lark of a conspiracy theorist, but I would advise you to look at links again. 

Time for me to run. I heard from ESPN that the Opening Ceremonies were fantastic, but apparently the Boston Globe has to shit all over them judging by that pos propaganda I just linked. 

That's all the fun there is for today, folks. Sorry.