Skip to comments.The Chilling Chechen Connection
Posted on 04/19/2013 1:32:54 PM PDT by BlatherNaut
Before I go any further, let me clearly state that my comments are based in part upon current news reporting, and as recent events have proven contemporary news reports are notoriously unreliable. Im writing this post under the assumption that the suspects are, in fact, from Chechnya or from nearby Chechnya. A few quick observations:
1. Chechen terrorists have a record of unbelievable savagery, and when I heard the suspects were Chechen, a chill went down my spine...
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Again I am feeling validated this morning. I had the same experience and suddenly everything fell into place. How nonchalant they were about placing the bomb near children, how well they have managed to elude police and wreak so much havoc with only two of them.
On a late thread last night people were amazed that only two men could do so much in Boston.
Yes and yes again. Thank you for posting this.
I hear they tend to group in cells of 30.
He's an American citizen .... 9-11-2012. If taken alive, he'll be permitted to 'lawyer up'.
I read a while back that they also raped their victims before killing them at Beslan. The media supressed that info. Extremely greusome and brutal.
Catch him and waterboard the crap out of him to find out who else is in on this.
Our federal government has forgotten or intentionally neglected the fact that one of its few legitimate responsibilities is the protection of US citizens.
Instead they are more concerned with political correctness and opening the doors to people who bring nothing of value to the country but are full of hate for us and our culture.
I would bet that not one of the Gang Of Eight working on the “Comprehensive Immigration” bill even thought about revising the iommigration laws that make it easy for the world’s riff-raff to enter the country.
I would bet that not one of them thought about ending the “chain migration” law that makes it easy for an entire family to emigrate once one member of a familiy makes it here.
Just think of the impact of chain migration when they approve of amnesty for the 20 or 30 million illegals already here.
Though the family is Muslim, their religion played no role in the attacks, the uncle insisted. "Anything else to do with religion, with Islam, it's a fraud, it's a fake," he said. He described the family as peace-loving, ethnic Chechens.
I remember Beslan.
Not only unbelievable savagery, but a few years ago there was a fantastically sadistic Nazi video released, complete with bestial execution of two men, swastikas and heavy metal music.
The full facts on that video have never seen the light of day. But in fact, the first people known to have had it and given it out, was a chechen islamist group.
Maybe this was meant to be some kind of repeat performance.
Putin made a vow to get every last one of the terrorists of the Beslan school massacre. And he did. Every - Last - One.
Democrats are evil.
This may have been already pointed out today, but has anyone else noticed the pictures of the second bombing location show that these two planted the bomb at the finish line right underneath the Russian flag that was flying there? It could be pure coincidence but I doubt it.
Same Muslims who hit us on 9-11, hit the Cole, hit our embassies, the snipers, Hasan....ALL MUSLIMS........
Chechens: the insanity of islamic fanatics combined with the intelligence of westerners (non arabs). Dangerous.
Monk would have picked up on that....3 days ago...
*****Democraps have embraced EVERY one of the so-called progressive ideas that have killed an untold number of Americans over the years.*****
Planned Parenthood is their crowning achievement. 60million and counting.
One of the dirty secrets of this whole situation that may or may not come out of these media reports is that the U.S. has been an active partner with Chechen separatists in Russia over the years. Do a search on the interesting history of a group called the American Committee for Peace in Chechnya (ACPC). They were established in Washington D.C. in 1999 but changed their name to the American Committee for Peace in the Caucasus in 2004 after the Beslan massacre in Russia. Their board of directors is filled with many of the same neo-con @ssholes from the Bush administration who were supposedly leading the U.S. "war on terror" back then.
And just in case anyone has any doubts about where the priorities of these @ssholes lie, just keep in mind that many of them were clamoring for the Clinton administration to launch military action against Serbia to help protect Islamic radicals in Kosovo, too.
If anyone out there still trusts his/her own government, you're naive and delusional.
You are right. Now, we must reflect and ask ourselves, what did we do to make them so angry?
I heard the uncle’s comments on the radio earlier today, he was condemning his nephews. It sounded so false, all I could think was that he was lying, and that he was most likely involved in it too.
Fallujah was crawling with Chechen fighters.
“Putin made a vow to get every last one of the terrorists of the Beslan school massacre. And he did. Every - Last - One.”
...of course, there was some “collateral damage”...well, actually, there was quite a bit of it.
There was a village which harbored the last surviving Beslan attacker. The Russians went in an killed EVERYONE and EVERYTHING in that village.
The Russians don’t mess around.
Gore is a national hobby for them. I will ping you to a thread where I just posted some stuff.
You are so so on top of this. There is even a man being paid at the state dept I think to serve as some kind of intelligence chechen.
>> Democrats are evil.
Progressive scumbags that wish to disarm the citizens.
Got the link?
Yes, how could I forget that? That’s the big one. Pure evil. And they’re proud of it.
I was unfamiliar with the hospital, thank you.
The ACPC seems to have gone to great lengths to scrub a lot of the information about their prior existence from the Internet, but Wikipedia (for what it's worth) lists the following group of board members or advisors from a few years back. Quite a few familiar names here:
Richard V. Allen
Audrey L. Alstadt
Antonio L. Betancourt
Walter C. Clemens
James S. Denton
Thomas R. Donahue
Geraldine A. Ferraro
Catherine A. Fitzpatrick
Marshall I. Goldman
Alexander M. Haig, Jr.
Robert P. Hanrahan
Paul B. Henze
Peter J. Hickman
Irving Louis Horowitz
Glen E. Howard
Bruce P. Jackson
Max M. Kampelman
Saulius V. Kuprys
Kenneth D. S. Lapatin
Michael A. Ledeen
Robert J. Lieber
Seymour M. Lipset
Peter R. Rosenblatt
Andrew M. Sessler
Stephen J. Solarz
Gregory H. Stanton
S. Frederick Starr
Leonard R. Sussman
Jack Thomas Tomarchio
R. James Woolsey
I don’t have the link. It’s been a long time and I don’t remember if I read it or if it was a History Channel type presentation. If I can find it I will post it.
When Russia was pounding the crap out of them, people all over the world rushed to help them. So chechens killed the helpers and made movies of beheading them at times.
I did see the one of the Russian soldier.
They are a good example of what the human race is capable of when ruled by the most base elements of it’s character.
Vanessa Redgrave, if she were an American.
This article points out a lot about Chechen fighters. I thought this quote was especially significant.
“The firefight last night complete (if reports are to be believed) with the use of explosive devices gave me an eery sense of déja vu. The police and FBI should assume that the remaining suspect is wearing a suicide vest. He may not be, but many American vets have bitter experience with Chechen and other terrorists who would kill as many people as they could in an effort to escape, then when cornered draw in friendly forces just before a final suicide attack.”
My first awareness of a Chechen problem was when I read a book, Gorki Park, I believe, from the 1990s, that discussed the role of the Chechen Mafia in a huge informal flea market for all kinds of goods, including stolen outside Moscow. The were not liked by other Russians, and this was before the big fighting there. So when I read that the son was an auto mechanic and the father in Dagestan (still at war with Russia) in an auto business, my immediate thought was, hmmm? stolen auto parts??? Easy enough to follow up on by police.
Regarding the terrorism aspect. My recollection from the time was that while the Chechen’s were responsible for capturing the school, the Russian’s were responsible for rushing the process of freeing the hostages, just as they did in the Moscow opera, possibly resulting in a much higher death toll among hostages. Regarding apartment bombings, it has been conjectured that some of this was actually done by Putin to make his actions against rebels look justified and win elections. So we have a number of really tricky, sneaky, complicated elements, all of which need to be sorted out. Much too soon for a final report.
“Progressive scumbags that wish to disarm the citizens.”
Well, I suspect the Dems will STFU after this evening’s talking points roundup. Bringing up “gun control” and “immigration reform” is probably not polling very well right now for some reason.
What do you call the people in Boston who lived near the terrorists? Future gun owners and members of the NRA!
Waterboarding is immoral, or illegal, or some other such b.s.
Putin did not need anything to convince others, he had a dog and pony show he took on the road to Europe of videos that the chechens themselves had sent to Russia.
Have you been here long enough to recall the first beheading video that was around awhile back? With the chechen laughing as he used a knife to stab the neck of a soldier on the ground.
In Russia I spoke with people very near the border. We took our 7 yr old son to Russia and when we were very close to Ikcheria the Russians did not allow us to speak English in public. The chechens tell their children bedtime stories which are very savage and add to their very warrior-oriented culture.
Georgia (Gruzia) where I have also spent time, has a warrior culture as well, but because they are Orthodox Christian, they are not savages.
You cannot believe in the mountains there, people are living as if it were still the middle ages.