Chechen Terrorist Leader & Finland? #bostonbombing

Posted: April 30, 2013 in -
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I’m collecting these articles for a later post to summarize what is known about the Boston Marathon bombing, which is looking a hell of a lot like some kind of false flag variant.

Boston Tragedy: Time for Reckoning
Andrei AKULOV 

Doku Umarov is known as “Russia’s bin Laden” and is an internationally wanted Chechen terrorist leader.  He owns a website called the Kavkaz Center, that one of the alleged Boston Marathon bombers, Tamerlan Tsarnaev had subscribed to.

“On April 19 the Finnish Anti-Fascist Committee reported that the Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev subscribed to Kavkaz Center terrorist site. (1) The publication offers robust evidence to prove the fact.

…In 2011 the UN Security Council listed Doku Umarov as a terrorist. The organization he heads, the Emarat Kavkaz, was listed as a terrorist organization, associated with Al-Qaeda. The Kavkaz Center is its mouthpiece, described by Umarov himself as «the official information organ of the Emarat Kavkaz». In Finland the «Center» enjoys quite a comfortable standing being located in downtown Helsinki…”

“…Kavkaz Center has been operating for several years without any kind of reaction from the government or officials of Finland… “

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The common theme with nations that tolerate Chechen terrorists on their soil, as Sibel Edmonds has pointed out, has been NATO, or close bilateral ties to the United States.  Finland is not quite a NATO member, but…

“NATO’s relations with Finland are conducted through the Partnership for Peace framework, which Finland joined in 1994. NATO and Finland actively cooperate on peace and security operations and have developed practical cooperation in many other areas, including education and training and the development of military capabilities.”
Nato’s own website

This is a consistent picture.  A picture of policy in action.

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