Marathon Bomb Suspect Saudi Student
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I saw this thread coming a mile away. Big Grin

Did anyone hear this punchline? This is no bullshit. The Embassy of the Czech Republic put out a statement that the suspects in this attack were Chechnyan and not Czech.

I actually heard a local talk show host refer to the two brothers as Czech Muslims. There are no native Muslim's in the Czech Republic, though there are many expatriate Arab and Central Asians in the country. I wanted to scream!

(04-19-2013, 05:44 PM)Dickie Billericay Wrote: [Image: bombersuspects01.jpg]

I'm not saying these guys had anything to do with the bombing, but if anyone in the crowd had their civil rights violated these two definitely would be persons of interest.

ALERT: If anyone has seen this pair they are urged to contact the FBI!

(04-20-2013, 04:30 AM)Herbert Spencer Wrote: Asswipe #2 is a US citizen. That should be a big boost for the next amnesty bill. Rolleyes Like we don't already have enough home-grown dipshits, we have to import them from Checchnchchchnya.

Quote:CBS News correspondent Bob Orr reported the brothers were believed to be living legally in the U.S., but they were not here as students.

The network reported Friday afternoon that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev became an American citizen on Sept. 11, 2012.
http://boston.cbslocal.com/2013/04/19/re...-at-large/

Quote:“Why don't you meet Usama bin Laden, invite him to Brussels or to the White House and engage in talks, ask him what he wants and give it to him so he leaves you in peace? You find it possible to set some limitations in your dealings with these bastards, so why should we talk to people who are child-killers?”

-- Russian President Vladimir Putin in 2004 talking to foreign reporters about U.S. calls for a diplomatic solution to the conflict with the breakaway republic of Chechnya after terrorists from the region killed 380 hostages at a school in the town of Beslan in southern Russia.
http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/04/...y-horrors/

Only 3 dead? Typical American slackers! Real Chechens slaughter 380 innocent kids at a pop.

Putin does not have a high regard for Chechnyans. I wonder if he is on the phone with Obama now saying "See I told you so!" Big Grin
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#22
(04-25-2013, 05:10 PM)Virtual Bison Wrote: ALERT: If anyone has seen this pair they are urged to contact the FBI!

Or the Sanitation Dept.

(04-25-2013, 05:10 PM)Virtual Bison Wrote: Putin does not have a high regard for Chechnyans. I wonder if he is on the phone with Obama now saying "See I told you so!" Big Grin

Not only did he tell him so, he told him "multiple" times. Putin must have been under the mistaken impression that 0-bomb-a wanted to stop the terrorists, not help them.
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Quote:Dzhokhar Tsarnaev: A Product of an All-American Left-wing Education?
Larry Elder
Apr 25, 2013

That the older Boston bombing suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, became a terrorist strikes one as disturbing. That younger brother Dzhokhar also became a terrorist strikes one as frightening.

Adjusting to new country can be trying and stressful. The brothers' parents came to America, only to return to Russia. Tamerlan came at age 16. A widely reported quote attributed to Tamerlan from 2010 says: "I don't have one American friend. I don't understand them." According to his aunt, Tamerlan became a devout Muslim. He reportedly once stood up and shouted down his imam for praising Martin Luther King. One shocked witness recalled Tamerlan yelling, "You cannot mention this guy because he's not a Muslim!"

So teenager Tamerlan found adjusting to America difficult. But how to explain Dzhokhar, who came to America a year earlier than his brother, at the age of 8?

Friends describe Dzhokhar as "Americanized" -- an outgoing, friendly pot-smoker who became a popular captain of his wrestling team, a bright boy who never spoke about religion or Russia and never expressed hostility toward America.

Dzhokhar attended high school at Cambridge Rindge and Latin, a highly regarded school full of prominent alumni, including actors Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, poet e.e. cummings, Nobel Prize-winning physicist Eric Cornell and basketball Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing. Dzhokhar then attended [regionally accredited] University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth in 2011, where he was a sophomore at the time of the bombings.

What about the "education," especially in the social sciences, that Dzhokhar likely received in high school and college? Did the usual left-wing professors, who dominate in number and influence on nearly all of America's college campuses, teach his courses? Did his instructors stress America's imperfections and teach that racism, sexism and homophobia remain major problems in America, that America is an imperial power that dominates the world, that "Bush lied, people died" on the Iraq War, that Abu Ghraib represents our American "military culture of abuse," which explains why so many foreigners "legitimately hate America," etc.?

How many in-class discussions and dorm bull sessions -- conducted among similarly educated and like-minded students sitting beneath wall posters of Che Guevara -- turned into a chorus of attacks against American "imperialism"?

The National Association of Scholars, a self-described "independent membership association of academics," released a report last year on the effect of academic bias in the University of California system. Because of the lopsided domination in the number of liberal humanities professors vs. the small number of conservatives in the same field, the 10 UC campuses, they write, have become "a sanctuary for a narrow ideological segment of the spectrum of social and political ideas."

Recent UC, San Diego syllabi include history courses like "'Race, Riots and Violence in the U.S.' Exploring how different groups of Americans have constructed competing notions of race, gender, labor and national belonging by participating in street violence." And "African American History in the 20th Century," which covers the transformation of African America by "imperialism, migration, urbanization, desegregation, and deindustrialization." And "American Women/American Womanhood" includes topics in relation to "a dominant ideology of womanhood ... witchcraft, evangelicalism, cult of domesticity, sexuality, rise of industrial capitalism."

OK, that's far-left-wing California. But the Texas affiliate found the same thing. In its recently released report on bias in history classes at The University of Texas and Texas A&M University, NAS Texas found "all too often the course readings gave strong emphasis to race, class or gender (RCG) social history, an emphasis so strong that it diminished the attention given to other subjects in American history (such as military, diplomatic, religious, intellectual history)."

Our colleges and universities today find themselves stocked with '60s radicals, some of whom even committed acts of violence. They include:

Former fugitive Weather Underground co-founder terrorist Bill Ayers -- a now-retired professor who enjoyed tenure as a professor of education at [regionally accredited] University of Illinois at Chicago.

Bernardine Dohrn -- Ayers' wife and a former WU leader, who declared war on the U.S., spent three years on the FBI's 10 Most Wanted list and became an associate professor of law at [regionally accredited] Northwestern University School of Law.

Convicted murderer and former Weather Underground terrorist Kathy Boudin -- a [regionally accredited] Columbia University professor and scholar-in-residence at NYU.

Former WU member Howard Machtinger -- linked to a deadly unsolved bombing of a San Francisco police station, he enjoys retirement from his career as professor at [regionally accredited] North Carolina Central University and teaching fellows director at [regionally accredited] University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill's School of Education.

WU member Susan Rosenberg -- spent years on the run after her indictment for WU's Brinks robbery and triple murder, until apprehended for moving, according to The New York Times, "740 pounds of dynamite and weapons, including a submachine gun." Rosenberg spent 16 years in prison until President Bill Clinton commuted her sentence, after which she took a job teaching at [regionally accredited] John Jay College.

After the Tsarnaevs became suspects, the president of Chechnya said: "Any attempt to link Chechnya and the Tsarnaevs, if indeed they are guilty, is futile. They grew up in the U.S.A., their viewpoints and beliefs were formed there. You must look for the roots of their evil in America."

He is right. The search for the "why" starts right here.
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(04-21-2013, 11:41 AM)Winston Smith Wrote: Not just a terrorist, but a cat molester too!

...Nageswaran’s roommate, Emily DeInnocentis, 23, said Tsarnaev stood out to her because of some odd behavior, like spreading messy string cheese all over her couch, and picking up her cat and carrying it upstairs for no reason.

“We just didn’t invite him over after that. How many people just pick up your cat and go upstairs?” she said.

Uh oh..............

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(04-25-2013, 05:10 PM)Virtual Bison Wrote: The Embassy of the Czech Republic put out a statement that the suspects in this attack were Chechnyan and not Czech.

I actually heard a local talk show host refer to the two brothers as Czech Muslims.

The other merry mixup seems to be with those who think that UMass Dartmouth is the Ivy League Dartmouth College in New Hampshire--the Dartmouth.

Hmmm, isn't copying the name of a famous uni supposed to be one of the earmarks of a diploma mill????

Oh look, they've captured three more suspects--all students at regionally accredited UMD, at least two of them from Kazakhstan on expired student visas. So much for the "they acted alone" lie.

Quote:Kadyrbayev, who had studied engineering, was dismissed from UMass after the fall semester, but stayed in the United States. His lawyers argued that he should be allowed to leave the United States voluntarily. A hearing on Kadyrbayev’s case will be held on May 22.

Tazhayakov, an economics major, had his visa terminated on Jan. 4, but he was allowed to reenter the country on Jan. 20 in New York, the judge said in court. The discrepancy puzzled Judge Day. “That doesn’t make any sense,” he said. Day set a bail hearing for Tazhayakov for May 9.

A UMass Dartmouth official said both Robel Phillipos and Kadyrbayev left the university after the fall semester. Phillipos withdrew for reasons that were unclear today, while Kadyrbayev was expelled for poor grades.

Tazhayakov was enrolled until this week, but university officials suspended him today when the criminal charges were filed. “The normal procedure when a person is accused of a crime is to suspend him pending the outcome of that case,” said John Hoey, assistant chancellor for public affairs.

The Tsarnaev brothers once lived in Kyrgyzstan, which neighbors Kazakhstan. People in both countries speak Russian because they all lived in the former Soviet Union, where the official language was Russian.

The UMass Dartmouth campus, still reeling after learning that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was a sophomore here, had more bad news to absorb today.

“It’s kind of hard to digest that students who came here to study could do such a thing,” said Raja Nageswaran, 25, an MBA grad student.

He said the two Kazakhs had been to the off-campus housing he shared with other international students a few times for parties. He remembered they played pool with his roommates. One came more frequently than the other, but he was not sure which one. On one occasion, Tsarnaev also attended.

The last time the Kazakhs were at a party was in October, before Halloween, he said. Nothing much stood out, although the Kazakhs liked to drive their black BMW hard, making it squeal, he said. He knew them only through mutual friends.

The school has several hundred international students, he said, who tend to bond because they are internationals. “They were definitely fun-loving. That stood out. They loved to party,” he said.
http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2013/05...story.html
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(05-02-2013, 08:23 AM)WilliamW Wrote: The other merry mixup seems to be with those who think that UMass Dartmouth is the Ivy League Dartmouth College in New Hampshire--the Dartmouth.

Truth in Advertising: "University of Massachusetts Dartmouth" should change its name to "Dartmouth University of Massachussetts," which they could abbreviate as DUMass.
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Quote:Liberal Chick Gets College Students to Sign Pressure Cooker Ban
Thu, May 02, 2013

Liberal Chick is back and wants Leftists to sign a petition banning pressure cookers in light of the Boston Terrorist Attack. The sad thing is she finds dozens of college students ready to outlaw them (via Doug Giles).

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#29
Taking her cat upstairs?...sounds like a case of "zoophilia" to me...freakin' perv!...oh, gee wow...Gollin looks kinda creepy, sittin down, with that cat on his lap, he looks glassy-eyed...it looks like a "familiar"...weird man...but that's creepy Gollin for ya...
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