Why Russia Wants The USA To Think Muslim Chechen Terrorists Attacked Our Homeland

I think before we collectively leap into the Chechen equals Muslim terrorist equation, we need to step back and ask, “Is there someone who wants us to think Chechens are terrorists? Why would someone want us to believe such?”

Russia and Putin try to further the stereotype that Chechen equals terrorist. They know we have no tolerance for Muslim terrorists.

Why would Russia want us to think Muslim Chechen Terrorists attacked our homeland?

I’ll give three reasons why the Russians want us to think we have been attacked by Muslim Chechen terrorists.

1. Russia needs another “partner” on the ground to kill Chechens.
2. Russia wants to protect their Syrian ally.
3. Russia wants to protect their Iranian ally.

1. Russia needs another “partner” on the ground to kill Chechens.

We’re scheduled to leave Afghanistan in 2014. Some of our adversaries on the ground are radicalized Chechen Muslims. When we leave, Russia will be the only one left killing Chechens. Russia wants to give us a reason to stay in Afghanistan, so the radicalized Chechens will have another enemy.

2. Russia wants to protect their Syrian ally.

Russia wants to take the heat off of Syria. What better way than to get us upset with the Chechens?

3. Russia wants to protect their Iranian ally.

Again, Russia needs to get the heat off Iran. That can be done by changing our focus to Chechens.

Conclusion

We need to be open to the possibility that the Boston Marathon bombers were actually trained and commissioned by the Russians for the reasons above.

Some suggest that the two Chechens attacked us to bring attention to their cause. Such a move would be bone headed and would actually hurt their cause. Such an act would only reinforce the stereotype that Chechen equals terrorists. That is not a stereotype Chechens want to advance. Chechens are not that stupid.

With that in mind, let’s leave the door open to the Russians actually being behind this.

 

 

 

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