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Then rose the seed of Chaos, and of Night, To blot out order and extinguish light.
- Pope, English Poet, Critic, and Translator (1688-1744)

So we now know who the scumbags are who perpetrated the bombings at the Boston marathon . . .

Law enforcement officials identified the suspect still on the loose as Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, 19, of Cambridge, Mass. His brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, was identified as the man killed during an encounter with police after an armed carjacking of a Mercedes SUV in Cambridge.

The brothers’ alleged motive in Monday’s bombings remains unclear, but in the last several months, Tamerlan Tsarnaev had posted videos to YouTube indicating his interest in radical Muslim ideologies.

The family appears to be originally from the southern Russian republic of Chechnya, and two law enforcement officials said there is a “Chechen connection” to the bombings. Chechnya has been racked by years of war between local separatists and Russian forces and extensive organized crime since the Soviet Union dissolved in 1991.

source: Washington Post

As I woke up to the breaking news this morning, before I heard anything else, as soon as I heard the name “Tsarnaev”, I knew as sure as I was breathing that the Boston bombing had been the work of Chechens.

The Tsarnaev brothers are the first Chechen Muslims to make an attack on the West.

The Tsarnaev brothers are the first Chechen Muslims to make an attack on the West.

The latest act of radical Islamic terror in America has come from a Chechnyan region that has been a breeding ground for terror in Russia for many years. Most of us have heard of the the hostage taking at Moscow’s Dubrovka Theater which resulted in over 120 deaths and the Beslan School Massacre where over 350 people, mostly children, were slaughtered, but the list of savagery from the Chechen separatists in Russia doesn’t end there:

  • An August 1999 bombing of a shopping arcade and a September 1999 bombing of an apartment building in Moscow that killed sixty-four people.
  • A bomb blast that killed at least forty-one people, including seventeen children, during a military parade in the southwestern town of Kaspiisk in May 2002. Russia blamed the attack on Chechen terrorists.
  • A December 2002 dual suicide bombing that attacked the headquarters of Chechnya’s Russian-backed government in Grozny. Russian officials claim that international terrorists helped local Chechens mount the assault, which killed eighty-three people.
  • A three-day attack on Ingushetia in June 2004, which killed almost one hundred people and injured another 120.
  • Street fighting in October 2005 that killed at least eighty-five people. The fighting was in the south Russian city of Nalchik after Chechen rebels assaulted government buildings, telecommunications facilities, and the airport.
  • An attack on the Nevsky Express, used by members of the business and political elite, in November 2009 killed twenty-seven people.
  • In March 2010, two female suicide bombers detonated bombs in a Moscow metro station located near the headquarters of the security services, killing thirty-nine people. Islamist Chechen rebel leader Doku Umarov claimed responsibility for the bombing; he had also claimed responsibility for the derailment of the Nevsky Express.
  • Two days after the metro station bombing in March 2010, two bombs exploded in the town of Kizlyar, in Russia’s North Caucasus, killing at least twelve people.

source: Council on Foreign Relations

And now this.

I can remember my Russian friend Yuri, and every time he would get drunk, he would speak of the Chechens as “monkeys” spitting the words out with a level of contempt I couldn’t comprehend.  I would try to reason with him and tell him you can’t paint an entire people with one single broad stroke. Years later, I still believe you can’t hold a whole group of people responsible for the actions of a radical minority, but now I understand much more where the disgust that many Russians hold for Chechens stems from.

So now, the Chechen brand of Muslim terrorism has reared it’s ugly head for the very first time here in America. After the 9/11 attacks, our dear president’s pastor of 20 years, was shouting with glee that America’s “chickens were coming home to roost”, but this time, you can’t even try to blame this this on American policy in the Middle East.

Despite Obama’s tepid response to the Russian invasion of Georgia, for the most part, in the post-Cold War era, the United States continues to act as the counterbalance for freedom against Russia’s attempts to reconquer it’s former empire. Obviously, the blood lust these Chechens have for indiscriminately killing innocent people is a compulsion that far outweighs any geopolitical reality. This is not about politics, this is a case of jihadists looking to kill any infidels from the West they can find.

When Bush spoke to the nation at a joint session of Congress just days after the 9/11 attacks, he said this:

Americans are asking, “Why do they hate us?”

They hate what they see right here in this chamber: a democratically elected government. Their leaders are self-appointed. They hate our freedoms: our freedom of religion, our freedom of speech, our freedom to vote and assemble and disagree with each other.

They want to overthrow existing governments in many Muslim countries such as Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Jordan. They want to drive Israel out of the Middle East. They want to drive Christians and Jews out of vast regions of Asia and Africa.

These terrorists kill not merely to end lives, but to disrupt and end a way of life. With every atrocity, they hope that America grows fearful, retreating from the world and forsaking our friends. They stand against us because we stand in their way.

We’re not deceived by their pretenses to piety.

We have seen their kind before. They’re the heirs of all the murderous ideologies of the 20th century. By sacrificing human life to serve their radical visions, by abandoning every value except the will to power, they follow in the path of fascism, Nazism and totalitarianism. And they will follow that path all the way to where it ends in history’s unmarked grave of discarded lies.

source: Washington Post

Our current president and his administration are more concerned about acting as apologists for Muslim radicalism than telling the truth the way Bush did, going so far as to cast the Ft. Hood shooting as “workplace violence“, the administration bending over backwards not to mention the words Muslim or Islam a single time in its 86-page report on the shooting, and in the case of the assassinations in Benghazi, even embracing the ridiculous in trying to paint it as a “spontaneous attack” over a virtually unseen YouTube video instead of calling it for what it was: a well-coordinated attack by Muslim extremists.

Right now as I’m watching the news, MSNBC is trying to spin this as some sort of homegrown terrorism because these men lived here for a few years and they’re suggesting maybe it’s just a coincidence the brothers came from the terrorist breeding grounds of Chechnya, invoking Newtown and the possibility both brothers suffered from mental issues.

Our current president will never come out and call it for what it is, but this latest attack shows there was truth in Bush’s words – this was not political and yes, they really do hate us for our freedoms.

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9 Responses to Chechen Terror Has Come to America

  • Hey Mike! Good morning! (well it’s morning here out west, anyway) First I want to commend you for your ‘bravery’ in exposing yourself to the Major Socialist Network MSNBC. That is something I can’t do because it tends to lead me to severe hypertension! Of course they will put a spin on this, because they wanted to pin this on “White Republicans” Wow, talk about hatred! They guys are the blue ribbon champs of hatred!!

    We woke up this morning to the news that one of the bombers was killed and the police were in heavy pursuit of the second: two Chechan brothers. I felt tremendous sadness that Americans are once again exposed to terrorism due to sheer hatred! Their uncle, who lives in MD was interviewed. I felt sorry for him. He described his nephews as ‘losers’ full of hatred. He pointed out that he and his family have not been in contact with these sons of his brother for many years. He talked of the shame this brought on his family, and expressed sorrow for the victims. Very sad; very tragic.

    Now we wait to get the details, but bottom line is ‘hatred’. Were these brothers indoctrinated by Muslim hatred? What I have seen, heard, read of Muslims shows me not a religion of ‘love and goodness’ but a cult of sheer hatred and a need to suck all goodness out of life by people who enjoy torture, killing, pain, dominance, etc. Let’s hope this is just the 2 brothers and not a network at work – which is a strong possibility.

    God Bless America and we continue to fight on!

    • I couldn’t resist tuning into MSNBC. I had no doubt they’d be crestfallen when they couldn’t pin it on “White Republicans” and the NRA as a whole and I knew they’d try to keep spinning it away from the reality of yet another Muslim terror attack. MSNBC did not disappoint.

      I updated the lead article to reflect more of the news that’s come out, I hadn’t heard the interview with the uncle, but God bless him for telling it like it is about his loser nephews being full of hatred.

      I hear they have these two brothers’ two roommates in custody now, so whether they’re acting on their own or part of a bigger network, I have faith the FBI will be getting to the bottom of it. These guys were pretty reckless, I’m sure there will be plenty of incriminating evidence if there are more people that can be connected to them.

      BTW, I’m married to a Muslim myself, so I know first-hand more peaceful Muslims than all the sickos who have made the news in the last dozen years, but I do wish there were a way the collective Muslim body could remove this radical cancer and take some chemo or whatever it takes to root it out and keep it out.

  • I agree, we cannot collectively blame all people who are Muslims for the acts of those who are so filled with hatred. I worked many years with very peaceful people of all faiths including Muslims. Unfortunately, we have had radical idiots in all of history. Don’t know the answer……

    • It starts in house. There are far too many radical imams who get their status by preaching hate and jihad, but the moderate imams must speak with a louder voice than the radicals. The moderate imams must unite and preach that there is no greater issue for the Ummah (the global Muslim community) than to seek out and remove their radical elements as a top priority above all other issues they have.

  • I love watching MSNBC just to get a god laugh!

    The morons on MSNBC are all broken up about the Miranda exception which they think is some kind of constitutional issue for this scumbag.

    Though he was sworn as a citizen on Sept. 11, 2012, he almost certainly did it in BAD FAITH.

    According to contract law, if the contract is not intended to be upheld in good faith it was never valid. It can be shown that Djoker Tzariev is NOT a US citizen and the Constitutional protections do not apply to him.

  • Muito bom …Obrigado

  • You fall straight into their trap, just like on 911.

  • Except the boys are half-Dagestani, weren’t born in Chechnya, and never lived there.

    Saying Boston is the work of “Chechen jihad” is like saying Sandy Hook was the work of an “Italian mafioso.”

    • WRONG. Check the radical Islamic videos the guy posted after he spent six months in Russia. That’s all the proof you need to know. This was an act of radical Islam.

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