April 21, 2013
From the Daily Mail:
According to an intelligence source, Russia remained convinced that Tamerlan, an ethnic Chechen, was in ‘direct contact’ with Islamist militants, most likely based in the strife-torn southern Russian region of Dagestan, where he lived for two years with his family prior to moving to the US.
During a six-month visit to Russia last year – a trip US investigators are investigating – it is understood Tamerlan visited Dagestan, which is now regarded as more unstable than Chechnya.
One theory is that Tamerlan and Dzhokhar, who was in thrall to his older brother, may have been ‘inspired’ by a rebel leader known as Russia’s Bin Laden.
Doku Umarov, like the Tsarnaev brothers, is an ethnic Chechen from the war-torn Caucasus region that lies between Europe and Central Asia.
The Daily Mail’s explanation, however, omits a few crucial details – namely that Doku Umarov, like his supposed mentor Osama bin Laden, works in the interest of U.S. intelligence and the State Department.
According to research conducted by Eric Draitser and others, Umarov’s Kavkaz Center was funded by the State Department and several supporting fronts including the National Endowment for Democracy-funded Russian-Chechen Friendship Society.
The militant Chechen effort to undermine Russia is supported by a number of influential neocons. “Despite the fact that organs such as Kavkaz Center operate in the service of terrorists who advocate the destruction of Russia, their activity alone is not altogether significant if seen in a vacuum,” writes Draitser.
Rather, it is the association of these types of individuals and organizations with the US State Department and US intelligence that makes them particularly insidious. One such entity that bears scrutiny is the American Committee for Peace in the Caucasus (ACPC), previously known as the American Committee for Peace in Chechnya. As reported by Right Web at the Institute for Policy Studies, “The ACPC was founded in 1999 by Freedom House, a neoconservative organization that has worked closely with the U.S. government, receiving funds from the National Endowment for Democracy and other U.S. democratization initiatives.” This intimate relationship between the ACPC and the US State Department indicates not merely a confluence of interests, but rather a direct relationship wherein the former is an organ of the latter.
The globalist neocon faction has worked over a 30 year period to create militant Sunni Salafist terror organizations, including al-Qaeda and the Taliban. Since the establishment of the Afghan Mujahideen by the CIA and the Saudis – an effort that cost more than six billion dollars – the manufactured Islamic terror network has spread from Serbia and the Balkans, to the Caucasus Mountains, Iraq, Libya and now Syria.
None of this, of course, makes it into the establishment media. Instead we are expected to believe in yet another “intelligence failure,” this time by the FBI, and the emphasis has once again shifted to the threat posed by Islamic radicals who are now white and more difficult to ferret out than their Middle Eastern predecessors. Naturally, in order to fight the renewed threat we will have to surrender more of our liberties and further diminish the protections afforded by the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. In fact, civil libertarians are already saying a new assault on our liberty is beginning.
Glenn Beck and other neocons are preparing the Islamic threat scenario to explain what happened in Boston last week. In the process, the real objective will be dismissed as a vicious conspiracy theory if not ignored altogether. This will be necessary if the global elite will successfully reinvigorate the international Islamic terror network threat and redouble their effort to inflate the manufactured war on terrorism.
The finalization of the police state apparatus at home and forever war abroad depend on it.