Conspiracy theories abound in contemporary times, basically because governments and kings have proven themselves so untrustworthy, but, dirty-op conjecturing aside, something about the Boston bombing is definitely not making sense. Particularly now that the Brothers Tsarnaev are being held responsible.
"I would never believe they had anything to do with this," their father Anzor told reporters, echoing remarks made by so many others who knew the young men well and think they're being "framed."
"This is nonsense," Mr. Tsarnaev said. "It doesn't add up."
He has a point, too. One doesn't just start blowing off people's legs and feet with homemade incendiaries out of the blue. Mass murder is an atrocity that criminals gradually work up to; the sort with pronounced predispositions toward violence.
Those who commit radically violent acts always evidence radically aggressive behavior in the pastÂ—it takes a lot to chuck bombs at unarmed strangers, remember. It takes malice, anger and hatred toward all mankind. Strong sentiments the Tsarnaevs couldn't have hidden for so long and from everybody.
And what's with the evil Russian uncle?
A verbally abusive rogue uncle, pandering to reporters by calling his own flesh and blood "losers" and cheering their anticipated demise, is not only shockingly disloyal but downright suspicious.
The motives of the press in broadcasting his disturbing speech is questionable, to say the least. And the gist of this unpleasant individual's hateful assessments of his nephews is additionally jarring when compared with that of parents, neighbors, friends, teachers, coaches, classmates, etc.
Add to this problematic profiling the fact that neither of the well-liked young menÂ—each of whom excelled at collegiate studies and other activitiesÂ—match such harsh descriptions, and critics see yet another big, red flag flapping in the breeze.
So what the heck is going on?
Not sure, but counterterrorism and gazillions of dollars are no obstacle to determined terrorists, evidently, so let's just call the whole thing off, save a bunch of money, and restore the Constitution, eh?
"There's just no way to secure many large public events, and the kind of intrusive steps we would have to take are ones that no one would be willing to endure," California representative Adam B. Schiff, a former federal prosecutor," confessed. "We've always known the limits of what we could do in a free society, and this week we saw those limits in all their horror."
Okay, more yackety-yak and backtracking in the land of embedded reporters, Big Brother governance, peeper drones, and two-faced politicians. But one thing remains certain in the era of antiterrorism doublespeak: If you're a young Moslem-leaning male, linked to some worn-torn region like Chechnya, plus you're the proud owner of a surname like Tsarnaev, you are on the U.S. government's list of suspected terrorists .
No ifs, ands, buts, or maybes.
Interviewed 2011, "framed" 2013?
The historically symbolic Boston Marathon is the ideal target for any extremists hoping to make a huge political statement. Consequently, all along its route are cops, bomb-sniffing canines, and surveillance cameras.
Yet two deadly lads, flagged by the government since 2011 as potential militants, just marched right in unnoticed carrying backpacks full of shrapnel and explosives?
Doesn't lend a lot of confidence in Homeland Security, does it?
Those skeptics who then deduced the Boston bombing was a total false flag further argue that only a government hell bent on oppressing its people actually benefited from the twin blasts.
The goal of the *drill* in their opinion? To ascertain whether officials could, by generating mass hysteria and imposing martial law, immobilize one of the most populated metropolitan areas on the planet: Order every man, woman and child there to stay indoors, prevent them all from going to work or school or the supermarket, enter and search their homes without warrants, cut off their transit and communication systemsÂ…
What? No Miranda Rights either?!
Terrorism is now the one crime in America where suspects so charged are not allowed to defend themselves. It also carries a death sentence if convicted, yet those accused cannot fully invoke their rights in order to prove their innocence and save their lives.
In the case of Boston Bomber #2, a naturalized citizen, he wasn't even read his Miranda Rights once arrested. And to raise eyebrows even higher, prosecutors now want the teen reclassified as an "enemy combatant" so they can do anything then, send him to the torture chambers if they want, in the name of the war on terror.
But how can this be lawful? How can anyone be accused of something whereby the accusation itself strips them of all their liberty interests including their status as an American? Why, the very idea of such injustice is justÂ…justÂ…un-American.
It was also unthinkable before 9/11.
Who's terrorizing who?
False flags or not, it hardly matters. One need only compare the freedoms Americans enjoyed up until the day of the bombing of the World Trade Center to see that civil liberties have been steadily eroded ever since.
And no constitutional scholar worth their salt can argue this wasn't an illegal and treacherous usurpation, either.
Oh sure, it's difficult for would-be dictators to effectively dominate an endowed U.S. citizenry, but this hindrance isn't accidental. It was under the yoke of tyranny that such safeguards and protections were deemed so vital.
If today's leaders feel encumbered by their sworn oaths to abide by that Constitution and uphold the Bill of Rights, then they should simply resign from office, rather than betray the people they represent and become traitors to their country.
There are plenty of banana republics that self-appointed, wannabe Caesars can go to in order to satisfy their misanthropic yearnings. The United States isn't supposed to be one of them.
Woodcut: Benjamin Franklin / Flag: Killing Killers
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