Boston Bombings: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Reveals Motive

Thu, May 16, 2013 9:38am EDT by 13 Comments
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Telfer Cronos

Posted at 2:42 AM on May 17, 2013  

many people are very cynical and do not believe a word of the main stream media on the Boston bombing.

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Tim

Posted at 1:44 PM on May 16, 2013  

He scribbled a note in the boat while bleeding to death and severely injured….. with a pen? Yeah right.

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jking032013Jeannie

Posted at 12:14 PM on May 16, 2013  

No Rachel, American soldiers are not seen as terrorists by all Muslims, just the Taliban, etc. Your remarks “we kill them, they kill us” is simplistic and without deeper knowledge of all the facts. Most countries in the Middle East are living the way we did in the Middle Ages and most of the female population there are longing for freedom from the oppression of their daily lives. How can say that American soldiers are killing tons of innocent lives and could care less about it? My husband served in the military and I have heard firsthand accounts of the heartbreak and tragedy of war. Go to the V.A. hospital near you and talk with our wounded warriors. You won’t see any of them laughing about killing innocents. Most of the young men who fight over there firmly believe they are doing so to defend their country. God Bless Them for their sacrifices.

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Fid

Posted at 11:46 AM on May 16, 2013  

Timothy McVay: White Christian Terrorist, James Holmes: White American Terrorist, Adam Lanza, White American Terrorist, Columbine Shooters: White American Terrorist and let’s not discuss the many White American serial killers that brought terror and fear to your neighbourhoods. I guess it’s easier to pinpoint “bad” people if you think they physically look different from you, but you know what? White people can be crazy too. Broad generalized statements just means a lack of education or blind ignorance.

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Uh...

Posted at 1:41 PM on May 16, 2013  

Who ever said white people couldn’t be terrorists? Evil comes in all colors and races, but when the terrorist claims their terror is for a certain religion and/or country, then it’s a whole other ball game.

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Rachel

Posted at 11:17 AM on May 16, 2013  

What’s interesting is that while Muslims are terrorists to us, American soldiers are terrorists to them. We kill them, they kill us – it’s a never-ending cycle. Sadly, what most Americans fail to see is that TONS of innocent blood has been spilled by our soldiers and, frankly, they couldn’t care less even if they did, I’m sure. The soldiers are still lauded as heroes. Likewise, across the globe, men like the Boston bombers are also lauded as heroes. In the end, they’re all murderers of innocent people and we’re all just paying the price of our government.

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Marie33

Posted at 1:00 AM on May 20, 2013  

Mother Nature nutures and kills.

We can’t prosecute her when she kills with tornados, earthquakes, floods and fire.
It’s time to see human violence as another manifestation of Mother Nature and try
to prevent bad behavior caused by medical problems.

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Dina

Posted at 11:02 AM on May 16, 2013  

What other religion (or God for that matter) condones the killing of innocent people?

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Rachel

Posted at 11:19 AM on May 16, 2013  

Christianity. I believe I recall something called the crusades, where Christians had even children fighting and dying on their behalf.

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Wow

Posted at 11:37 AM on May 16, 2013  

Rachel did you forget what century you’re in? Back during the time of the crusades, people cheered on hangings as public entertainment. Life and death was different back then, this discussion is about NOW. And, as for your comment above, our soldiers are not supposed to kill innocent. Sometimes they die in the midst of a battle, and sometimes they die because they’re being used as human shields by their own people, and on the rare occasion that one of our soldiers goes crazy from the stress and goes on a killing spree. All of which are not condoned or maliciously done (with the exception of the crazy few). The difference between us and them is that they carelessly attack innocent people and are rewarded when they do so. Rachel maybe you’re taking your freedom of speech for granted a little too much. Be grateful for the country you live in, because you have no idea how lucky you are to have our brave troops fighting for your ability to live and say whatever you want.

 
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Fid

Posted at 11:37 AM on May 16, 2013  

Rachel: you are a sane person. It’s always easy to say that Muslims are all bad and no other religion is “evil” like theirs. But perhaps if someone would crack open a book instead of just reading personal opinion blogs, they’d know that the bloodiest religious history belongs to Christians. So if we want to start counting bodies it would be counteractive. So why not come together and realize that evil comes in all shapes, colours, forms and yes even religious creed.

 
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Fid

Posted at 11:40 AM on May 16, 2013  

@Wow: Perhaps you believe everything your very skewed media tells you but I doubt that wars created in the middle east were all done for the well being of those people (as was blatant with the war in Iraq). Consider this, you are born in the Middle East and everyday is like the Boston bombing x 100. If you’re life is a constant life of warfare, losing your loved ones, starvation etc. do you not think you’d want to exact revenge, or be easily persuaded to join an extremist unit?

Do you know how rich a powerful the Christian church is? I’m sure there are a lot of things they are involved in that aren’t kosher yet it isn’t publicized.

Anyways, I am a non-religious person and find that although most religions general message is LOVE, people tend to use it as a weapon for hate.

 
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Me

Posted at 10:07 AM on May 16, 2013  

They’re just terrorists, plain and simple.

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