It looks like the Boston Marathon terrorists are Chechen Muslims. Chechnya is a predominantly Muslim region in Southern Russia. After the breakup of the USSR, the Chechen separatist movement fought two bloody and destructive wars to break away from Russia but were defeated both times. Chechen nationalism has been increasingly affiliated and identified with Islamic fundamentalism. Muslim Chechen terrorists have inflicted bloody mayhem on innocents throughout the Russian federation. The Council on Foreign Relations lists the following attacks, which can be confirmed by Googling:
- An August 1999 bombing of a shopping arcade and a September 1999 bombing of an apartment building in Moscow that killed sixty-four people.
- Two bombings in September 1999 in the Russian republic of Dagestan and southern Russian city of Volgodonsk. Controversy still surrounds whether these attacks were conclusively linked to Chechens.
- A bomb blast that killed at least forty-one people, including seventeen children, during a military parade in the southwestern town of Kaspiisk in May 2002. Russia blamed the attack on Chechen terrorists.
- The October 2002 seizure of Moscow’s Dubrovka Theater, where approximately seven hundred people were attending a performance. Russian Special Forces launched a rescue operation, but the opium-derived gas they used to disable the hostage-takers killed more than 120 hostages, as well as many of the terrorists. [Chechen separatist leader Shamil] Basayev took responsibility for organizing the attack, and three Chechen-affiliated groups are thought to have been involved.
- A December 2002 dual suicide bombing that attacked the headquarters of Chechnya’s Russian-backed government in Grozny. Russian officials claim that international terrorists helped local Chechens mount the assault, which killed eighty-three people.
- A three-day attack on Ingushetia in June 2004, which killed almost one hundred people and injured another 120.
- Street fighting in October 2005 that killed at least eighty-five people. The fighting was in the south Russian city of Nalchik after Chechen rebels assaulted government buildings, telecommunications facilities, and the airport.
- An attack on the Nevsky Express, used by members of the business and political elite, in November 2009 killed twenty-seven people.
- In March 2010, two female suicide bombers detonated bombs in a Moscow metro station located near the headquarters of the security services, killing thirty-nine people. Islamist Chechen rebel leader Doku Umarov claimed responsibility for the bombing; he had also claimed responsibility for the derailment of the Nevsky Express.
- Two days after the metro station bombing in March 2010, two bombs exploded in the town of Kizlyar, in Russia’s North Caucasus, killing at least twelve people.
The most notorious act of Chechen terrorism is, however, the September 2004 Beslan school massacre in North Ossetia. This attack was apparently masterminded by Basayev, although only three or four of the 32 terrorists were Chechens. More than 300 people died in the three-day siege, most of them children.
Now Chechen terrorism has come to the United States.
There is only one conclusion: We are all Russians now. We must, therefore, re-evaluate our foreign policy toward Russia. We must purge anti-Russian voices in the Cabinet, State Department, and media. We must extend military aid to Russia, forgive old debts, ignore human rights abuses, give Russia and Putin glowing press coverage, and align ourselves with Russia in its struggle against Islamic militancy. To show our good faith, perhaps we should even invade a couple of Russia’s enemies for them. Most of our armed forces are in the region anyway. Perhaps we should even give them Afghanistan.
That, of course, is just a parody of the Jewish line pressed after 9/11. And even though it would be a good thing if the US had a more sympathetic, less confrontational foreign policy toward Russia, it will never happen, since American interests have played no role in our foreign policy for several generations now.
But in all seriousness: This attack has not happened because the United States has a pro-Russian, anti-Chechen foreign policy. Quite the opposite. It happened because the Chechen terrorists happened to live in the United States, and to them one white infidel is just as worthy of being killed or maimed as any other. They targeted white Americans because they are Muslims and we are not. This will continue to happen until we repatriate every Muslim who has arrived on these shores since 1965.
If it was feasible for them to come, it is feasible for them to leave.
If their ancient roots in their homelands did not matter to them, then their shallow “roots” in America should not matter to us.
Of course, the Boston bombers may not have been motivated merely by Chechen separatism but also by generalized solidarity with Muslims around the world, in which case the bombers would have ample provocation, given that millions of their brothers in faith do suffer due to US policies. But the primary cause of these American provocations is Jewish domination of American foreign policy, which will be ended only when Jews depart these shores as well.
Part of the beauty of being a White Nationalist is that we are not forced to choose between Muslims and Jews. They are both our enemies to the extent that they occupy our lands and meddle in our affairs.
If white people had a country of our own, this wouldn’t be happening.
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