Republic Of Chechnya President Responds [Pic]

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 3 years ago


Quartz posted their translation of the statement he released:

The events that took place in Boston are tragic. People have been killed as a result of a terrorist act. Earlier we expressed our condolences to the residents of the city and to the American people. Today, according to media reports, during an arrest attempt a certain Tsarnaev was killed. It would have made sense to arrest him and carry out an investigation, clarify all the circumstances and his degree of guilt. Evidently, the security services needed a result at any price in order to calm the populace. Any attempt to link Chechnya and the Tsarnaevs, if indeed they are guilty, are futile. They grew up in the USA, their viewpoints and beliefs were formed there. You must look for the roots of [their] evil in America. Terrorism must be fought everywhere. We know this better than anyone. We wish all the victims a [speedy] recovery and share in Americans grief. #terroristact #Boston #consequence
Ramzan Kadyrov, responds to the U.S. Handling of Boston Bomber manhunt for Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev on Instagram.
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Male 1,104
F him and the sodomized goat he rode in on. Seriously.
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Male 14,330
On a boat with the last f**k hope they take him for info.
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Male 6,227

This break for squirrel cuteness brought to you by Squrlz4Sale. (Deep breaths everyone: We`ll get through this.)

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Male 2,096
Equating this with IRA???? Good grief, get a grip. When all this comes down it will be a case of another twisted grip on reality. Sure, that describes most aggressive religions, but the probs in Ireland were political, religion using politics and vice versa. This (Boston) is a warped protest on a foreign soil by little-more-than-kids. Time to re-think immigration.
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Male 3,909
@Squrlz4Sale - What the f*ck is an F-Bomb?
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Male 2,096
First off, early reports show that the brothers are Islamic. They immigrated here in 02 (the older brother later) so it`s kind of a domestic terrorism coinciding with alienation with immigrating to this country - one of the brothers having probs fitting in( the elder). It`s all tragic. I doubt there is any foreign influence here. My heart goes out to the kid brother right now, I think he got ensnared by the older brother.
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Male 1,803
All this hullabaloo won`t do the continuity IRA`s long term fundraising efforts in Boston`s dodgier Irish-American bars much good, that`s for sure.
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Male 1,803
All this hullabaloo won`t do the continuity IRA`s long term fundraising efforts in Boston`s dodgier Irish-American bars much good, that`s for sure.
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Male 2,514
Why is everyone calling this a "terrorist act"? Terrorism is not just a violent act. It`s a politically motivated act of violence. So to say that this is a terrorist act is to make the assumption that these bombs were set off to promote some kind of political agenda. However, no political agenda has been voiced.

STOP ASSUMING, PEOPLE!!!

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Male 883
Until proof is provided as to if they were involved with a terrorist organization or not all the media can provide is speculation.

I`m just going to wait for the facts to present themselves before I go casting blame on any outside influences.
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Male 6,227
A request: Can we try to avoid the f-bombs and other salty language and NOT start having a Liberal vs. Conservative/"It`s Obama`s Fault" argument over this?

Tempers are high, Americans have died and been horribly maimed, and the situation`s still not over. (I know that my own blood is boiling, and I`m usually pretty calm.)

Can we as Americans NOT start screaming at each other over this? Please?
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Female 2,764
I would hope if it were possible not to kill the kid- they wouldn`t have- so that they could get information out of him.




And then of course turn him over to the families affected by this.
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Male 7,915
AJ

"I do know that any terrorist or Muslim ties would be bad for Barry/Liberals."

How the f.uck do you figure that?
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Male 6,227
I`m sorry, but for this man to censure our law enforcement for using deadly force against two individuals who were WAGING WAR on a local community is about more than I can stand.

When were the cops supposed to extend their hands in friendship toward the older brother? After he shot the officer dead? Before he and his brother started throwing explosives? I`m confused.
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Male 14,330
This prick has war crimes under his belt and will probably get assainated like his father who just so happened to be the Chechen President.
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Male 37,888

On the one hand I agree with him, on the other hand he`s a total prick. It`s not his place to say it. So much for "statesmanship".
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Male 3,445
"I do know that any terrorist or Muslim ties would be bad for Barry/Liberals."

Lame. Stop trying to score political points on this issue. Your point doesn`t even make sense, since Obama has ramped up the drone program, killed Bin Laden, etc.
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Male 10,339
I do know that any terrorist or Muslim ties would be bad for Barry/Liberals.

Could be a reason for such quiet on the subject.
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Male 14,330
Except that Chechnya`s terrorist groups have well documented ties with Al-Q.

@FoolsPrussia

Ever think they just might be withholding info for the time being to take some people they`re intersted in by suprise or keep the public calm?
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Male 3,445
Also re. Al Qaeda: That idea doesn`t make sense to me. Al Qaeda would have released a pretty prompt statement after the bombings claiming responsibility. They do that because it serves their needs.
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Male 3,445
@AJ: Not so, for the moment.

"Initial indications are the two suspected Boston Marathon bombers likely do not have direct links to any major al Qaeda group or affiliates, or to a new significant terrorist threat to the United States, according to a U.S. official familiar with the latest intelligence information."

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Male 10,339
@LordJim:

They are Al Qaeda. Been hearing that.
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Male 4,893

Adding Chechnyans to my list of evil countries and religions...

Finally, I know who I`m supposed to hate and discriminate.
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Male 883
Gee, wouldn`t it have made more sense if this `certain Tsarnaev` wouldn`t have set off bombs and killed people in the first place?
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Male 2,357
@LordJim

McVeigh was the only person in the world who described him as a Libertarian; this is like saying McCain is a Conservative.

For more information, the Libertarian Pledge states the following:

[quote]I hereby certify that I do not believe in or advocate the initiation of force as a means of achieving political or social goals.[/quote]
This is the core pledge and principal of the Libertarian party. I cannot, with this in mind, understand how you can consider McVeigh a Libertarian. You should make an honest attempt to understand Libertarian principals before attempting to discount them.

A goose that claims to quack is still a goose.
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Male 113
Whatever. Dude is a monster in his own right.
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Male 14,330
I suppose Dubrovka Theater was something Russia did wrong too huh what an ass clown!
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Male 260
Ramzan Kadyrov is still kind of an non-nice individual.
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Male 14,330
[quote]Any attempt to link Chechnya and the Tsarnaevs, if indeed they are guilty, are futile. They grew up in the USA, their viewpoints and beliefs were formed there.[/quote]

Except they really didn`t grow up here aaannd your country has a long history of terrorist orginizations along with traiing facilities currently in use.....
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Male 7,123
The Chechen thing took me by surprise. I was 50/50
on AQ or crazed McVeigh style libertarians.

I always thought their beef was with Russia (and with pretty good reason, although that doesn`t justify terrorism.)

The guy could have expressed himself better but it seems to be a statement of `They may have a Chechen backgound, but that is not anything we did. Sorry about your loss, but it wasn`t us. They were fine when they left. Must have been something you did.`

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Male 14,330
[quote] It would have made sense to arrest him and carry out an investigation, clarify all the circumstances and his degree of guilt. Evidently, the security services needed a result at any price in order to calm the populace.[/quote]

That`s a bit difficult when they`re shooting at you and throwing IED grenades!!!
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Male 134
It`s kind of hard to arrest someone when they`re lobbing grenades out a car window at you and shooting at you with assault rifles.
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Male 103
@jinx...No, I think it`s more of a, "Don`t target other Chechnyans with acts of violence. Don`t do the same thing you did to the middle-easterners in your country after 9/11." In other words, don`t blame their country of origin, find the reason they did what they did before you target innocent people that happen to be from the same country.
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Female 4,349
dont f uck with chechnya, thats what I think about that.
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Female 2,927
was that a back handed "we feel for you but its your own fault?" statement?
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Female 8,044
Link: Republic Of Chechnya President Responds [Pic] [Rate Link] - Ramzan Kadyrov, responds to the U.S. Handling of Boston Bomber manhunt for Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev on Instagram.
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