Was Boston Bomber a ‘White Supremacist?’ Investigation finds Tamerlan Tsarnaev was in possession of right-wing extremist literature

Introduction — August 5, 2013

There are many questions still unanswered about what really happened at the Boston marathon. From photographic evidence of teams of private military contractors acting suspiciously at the scene of the marathon just before the bombs detonated — photos that have been completely ignored by the corporate media — to indications that the evidence implicating Dzokhat Tsarnaev had been tampered with, there many reasons to question the official version of events.
All the more so as the corporate media itself has studiously overlooked firm photographic evidence that points to others being involved in the bombings.
The fact that the media has pointedly ignored this evidence should tell us that they are complicit in helping to build a case against the Tsarnaev brothers, at the very least.
However, this has ramifications that go well beyond the Boston bombings with implications that are potentially far more significant and sinister.
The fact that a BBC investigation discovered Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s “right-wing, white supremacy literature” should make us suspicious from the outset. Beyond the possibility that the material could have easily been planted in the aftermath of the bombings, the BBC itself has a highly questionable reputation for reporting objective news.
In reporting EVERY major false flag in the last 15 years the BBC has dutifully and unquestionable stuck to the official version of events. Even reporting the collapse of WTC 7 BEFORE it actually fell; with the BBC journalist reporting the buildings collapse in front of a New York skyline with WTC 7 still clearly visible in the background. Almost as if she were following a badly timed script.
Nonetheless, the implications behind this latest journalistic revelation are far more sinister.
Why? Because now the U.S. government in tandem with the quisling corporate media are trying to link honest investigative journalism with terrorism. The following report not only links the Tsarnaev brothers with “White Supremacist” literature it also claims:
The 26-year-old also had material that claimed the 9/11 attacks and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing were government conspiracies.
In other words it is equating “conspiracy theories” with “terrorism”.
Let me repeat that for added emphasis: the authorities and their quisling media are attempting to link conspiracy research with terrorism. Making investigators into 9/11 or 7/7 little more than terrorists.

Was Boston Bomber a ‘White Supremacist?’ Investigation finds Tamerlan Tsarnaev was in possession of right-wing extremist literature in run-up to terror attack

Anna Edwards — Daily Mail August 5, 2013

One of the Boston Bomber suspects subscribed to right-wing white supremacy literature and government conspiracy theories before the horrific attack which killed three people.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev read extreme right-wing literature that claimed ‘Hitler had a point’ and articles about the ‘rape of our gun rights’, an investigation has found.

The 26-year-old also had material that claimed the 9/11 attacks and the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing were government conspiracies.

He and his brother Dzhokhar, originally from Chechnya, allegedly carried out the bombing at the Boston marathon’s finish line on April 15 which killed three people and injured more than 260.

Until now the pair are believed to have carried out the attacks due to their radical jihadist beliefs.

But an investigation by the BBC’s Panorama programme has learnt that Tamerlan possessed white supremacist literature, and material on mass killings and how victims were murdered.

After the shoot-out, it emerged that Tamerlan had become interested in Islam – but to what extent is unclear.

A spokesman for Tamerlan’s mosque in Cambridge, Massachuessets, said Tamerlan only prayed there occasionally, and described him as an angry man who latched onto Islam, Panorama reported.

The older of the two Chechen brothers once dreamed of representing the U.S. as a boxer, it was reported, but before the bombings had turned to Islam.

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