The president of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, says blame America for Boston bombers

The president of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, says blame America instead:

Ramzan Kadyrov is a man who is known for torturing and murdering everyone who opposes him…

French star and newly-registered Russian citizen Gerard Depardieu loves him, just like Sean Penn loved Hugo Chavez: 

Rights group Memorial was unimpressed with the French star’s antics in Grozny.

“A well-known actor cannot be juggling his name in this way, travelling from dictator to dictator,” said leading Memorial activist Oleg Orlov.

Ramzan Kadyrov, Chechen President, Suggests Boston Bombing Suspects Products Of American Upbringing

It’s all America’s fault because these kids were brought up in America, not Chechnya.

The Bomber Daddy knows it was them Joooozzz:

In my opinion, my children were set up by the secret services because they are practising Muslims.

So don’t blame Islam for the bombings. Blame Islamophobia for “setting up” the bombers.

Andrew Bolt:

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This, of course, might seem a clue:

THE aunt of the Boston Marathon bombing suspects says the older brother recently became a devout Muslim.

But the uncle of the Boston Marathon bombers says don’t blame Islam:

Doing his Islamic duty, protecting Islam from scrutiny:

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. “Somebody radicalized them, but it’s not my brother, who just moved back to Russia, who spent his life bringing bread to their table, fixing cars,” he said. ”

The father of Tamerlan (left) and Dzhokhar Tsarnaev says don’t even blame his boys:

Someone framed them. I don’t know who exactly did it. But someone did. And being cowards, they shot the boy dead. There are cops like this.

The president of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, says blame America instead:

It’s all America’s fault because these kids were brought up in America, not Chechnya.

And the Boston Globe‘s Kevin Cullen hears the same calls:

I was on an NPR show this morning, talking as I drove back from Cambridge to write this column, and a caller came on the air and started talking about how we’ve got to look in the mirror and ask what we as Americans have done to create angry young men like this.

I almost drove off the road.  No one who lost their life or their limbs on Boylston Street last Monday did anything to create angry young men like this.

Indeed.

Here’s what wicked America did to these men, Chechens raised in Kyrgyzstan. It let both into the country.

A federal official said the younger brother arrived on a tourist visa in the United States on July 1, 2002, at age 8. After seeking asylum, he was granted citizenship on September 11, 2012.

It let Tamerlan study engineering at Bunker Hill Community College. It offered his younger brother a place at the University of Massachusetts and even gave him a $2,500 scholarship from the city of Cambridge.

And when Tamerlan beat up his girlfriend three years ago, the US didn’t throw him out:

Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the 26-year-old killed in a wild shootout with police, was a legal U.S. resident who never the less could have been removed from the country after a 2009 domestic violence conviction, according to a Judicial Watch source. That means the Obama administration missed an opportunity to deport Tsarnaev but evidently didn’t feel he represented a big enough threat.

Dzhokhar’s neighbor thought the “lovely” boy was grateful:

He was so grateful to be here and to be in school and so grateful to be accepted.

So it could have been America’s fault that these two men set bombs which killed three people – including an eight year old boy and a Chinese student – and then shot dead a campus security officer.

Or we could look to other influences in their life.

But in captions on an undated boxing photo album operated by photographer Johannes Hirn, Tamerlan Tsarnaev said, “I don’t have a single American friend, I don’t understand them.”

He also told the photographer he was a “very religious” Muslim boxer who did not smoke or drink. One caption said he usually did not take his shirt off so girls wouldn’t get bad ideas.

“There are no values anymore,” he said, and worried that “people can’t control themselves.”

Then there’s Tamerlan’s YouTube account:

A user by that name has posted a video to his YouTube playlist extolling an extremist religious prophecy associated with Al Qaeda…

The YouTube page includes religious videos, including one of Feiz Mohammad, a fundamentalist Australian Muslim preacher who rails against the evils of Harry Potter. One playlist includes a video dedicated to the prophecy of the Black Banners of Khurasan, which is embraced by Islamic extremists—particularly Al Qaeda. The prophecy states that an invincible army will come from the region of Khurasan in central Asia.

Some of the material on Tamerlan’s page:

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The video of Australia’s Feiz Mohammad that so impressed Tamerlan:

Dzhokhar also had a social media site, praising the religion of peace:

On his VKontakte page, Dzhokhar lists his world view as “Islam” and follows several pages devoted to the topic.

Of course, religion is not everything. There are always family influences.

The [bombers’] father warned, however, “If they killed him, then all hell would break loose.”

“If they kill my second child, I will know that it is an inside job, a hit job. The police are to blame,” the father told ABC News. “Someone, some organization is out to get them.”

Now, why would the US do that?

In my opinion, my children were set up by the secret services because they are practising Muslims.

So don’t blame Islam for the bombings. Blame Islamophobia for “setting up” the bombers.

And:

The mother of the two Chechnyan brothers suspected of setting off two bombs at the Boston Marathon was arrested last year for allegedly stealing $1,600 worth of clothes from an upscale department store.

Zubeidat K. Tsarnaeva, 45, was charged with two counts of malicious/wanton damage and defacement to property after allegedly swiping the merchandise from a Lord & Taylor in Natick, Mass. in June 2012.

Whatever, the bombers seemed proud of their work, even after learning they’d killed an eight-year-old who just wanted to hug his dad at the Marathon:

Soon after the shooting, the brothers allegedly carjacked a Mercedes SUV from Third Street in Cambridge. They forced the driver of the car to stop at several bank machines to withdraw money, and succeeded in taking $800 from one location.

The driver, who was released unharmed on Memorial Drive, told police that the brothers had bragged to him that they were the marathon bombers, law enforcement authorities said.

But in the culture of Chechen militancy, what is one more dead child?

The conflict in Chechnya began in 1994 as a separatist war, but soon becamse an Islamic insurgency whose adepts vow to carve out an independent Islamic state…

Militants from Chechnya and neighbouring provinces have launched a long series of terror attacks in Russia, including a 2002 hostage-taking raid in a Moscow’s theatre, in which 129 hostages died, a 2004 hostage-taking in a school in Beslan that killed more than 330 people, and bombings in Moscow and other cities.

One thought on “The president of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, says blame America for Boston bombers”

  1. Tamerlan Tsarnaev said, “I don’t have a single American friend, I don’t understand them.”….and yet he had an American wife???

    According to news articles, T.T. also lived in his American wife’s family home during the weekends. He was living the American life and if his in-laws did not welcome him with open arms maybe it something to do with ‘you’ beating their daughter?

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