I am going to give my thoughts on the MOTIVE ATTRIBUTED to the young men supposed to have bombed the Boston Marathon on Monday, 15 April 2013, according to coverage by the wetstream media. You are welcome to leave your thoughts below. In particular, I am responding to this coverage at the In-a-Huff: “Ruslan Tsarni, Uncle Of Marathon Bombing Suspects, Says They ‘Deserve’ To Die (AUDIO).” You might want to read the story and watch the video clip with Uncle Tsarni making his statements to the press.
The three most important assertions of motive to my mind are: (1) His nephews were losers unable to make it in a land where, we are to understand, everyone normal can make it, (2) his brother, the father of the suspects, had little influence over the ‘boys’, and (3) the idea that (true?) Islam had anything to do with the bombings is ‘a fake’.
I contend: (1) The U.S. economy, like all economies of the world, is a game of musical chairs where the winners of chairs gain by a net loss to the number of chairs available to society as a whole and per capita or on average to the individual, as with bankster profits in the military-industrial complex on war not for the national security of regular Americans, (2) fathers are rendered politically impotent in the Imperial States of America, but this uncle sure feels a strong allegiance to Chechen identity, and (3) Islam is normally ‘radical’ and moderated Islam is a radical departure from what Islam is documented to be by its own holy corpus and history, wholly antithetical to admitting secular aspects of life and hostile to competing forms of religion to the degree Christianity used to be during the Crusades and consistent with the fervor typical of Abrahamic religion.
My conclusion is that either the uncle is a good Muslim playing Americans for fools with their own propagandist tripe, or he is a good American or good legal resident in Maryland believing the propagandist tripe. What’s your take?
Did you notice the woman nodding with supportive empathy (perhaps with professional calculation, perhaps not) when Uncle Ruslan described how his brother not a ‘radical’ put bread on the table for his two boyz? awwwww Such evidence is how to win agreement these days. If the uncle said his nephews ‘do not deserve to live on this earth’ (I’ve not heard audio proof of this), then perhaps he wishes his nephews to get to heaven sooner, if he believes they would go to heaven as Muslims would presumably believe.
Cherchez la femme.
—‘Reality’ Doug, 20 April 2013