Our observations come from:
- an assumption that the American government has no relation to Boston bombings itself. Many Americans suspect Obama's administration in organizing the attack on the Boston marathon.
- an assumption that the Boston twin bombing was not a joint operation by American and Russian intelligence services, although there is a suspicion of such coordinated actions by America and Russia.
- a trust in allegations by the FBI that the bombings were carried out by the Tsarnaev brothers, although in this case, a lot of inconsistencies and apparent exaggerations have been registered.
In this case, our version does not claim infallibility. Moreover, we can not rule out completely a version that the Tsarnaev brothers acted out of religious motives and could take this step based on their understanding of duties and obligations in terms of increasing global conflict in the world.
Given the fact that the FBI investigation in the Boston incident envelops the actual events in an impenetrable veil of secrecy, our version is based on open official sources confirmed as such both by Russian and American officials.
So, these are the facts:
In 2011, the FBI questioned one of the "suspects" in the Boston attack - Tamerlan Tsarnaev - and his relatives on request of the KGB.
The KGB claimed that Mr. Tsarnaev joined some "radical Islamists" and was going to return to Russia.
In 2012, Tamerlan Tsarnae came to Russia and spent six months there, including some time in Dagestan.
The brothers' father, Anzor Tsarnaev, said that he and Mr. Tamerlan twice traveled to Chechnya to see relatives. One of the sisters of Mr. Tamerlan lives with her husband in the Chechen village of Urus-Martan. All the brothers of her husband work in a puppet ministry of internal affairs of Kadyrov's government. The brothers' farther publicly stated in an interview to the Chechen service of the American Radio Liberty that he was a Kadyrov's supporter.
Despite the manifested interest of the KGB to the person of Tamerlan Tsarnaev and fears that he would join some "radical Islamists", the KGB did not react to his arrival in Russia, and they were not interested in him at all, which is quite remarkable in itself.
Mr. Tsarnaev's father claims that his son spent all these 6 months with him in Dagestan. Meanwhile, his aunt Patimat Suleimanova denies this version. According to Suleimanova, Mr. Tsarnaev left the United States in January 2012, and came to Dagestan approximately in March. His father, Anzor Tsarnaev, arrived in Shamilkala from the US only in May.
Again, all of this is official data from open sources.
Thus, it is obvious that:
The KGB knew about the visit of Tamerlan Tsarnaev to Dagestan and Chechnya, but gave him complete freedom of action, communication and movement, although it was clearly the person from their "wanted" list.
Or, the KGB contacted Tamerlan Tsarnaev, but hid this fact.
Tamerlan Tsarnaev had direct relational contact with Kadyrovites, members of their puppet interior ministry and other butcher agencies.
You don't have to be a brilliant detective to link all these facts into one line and build a logic circuit.
Given great interest of the United States (in any case, as officially declared) in identifying the source of a threat, it would be very odd for the FBI to ignore these facts.
Kadyrov is a very handy figure to perform any kind of "dirty work". If necessary, he can be eliminated at any time, hide the ends, and that no one will surprise at it. Blood of tens of thousands of Chechens is still fresh on his hands, and the Mujahideen are continuing the hunt him.
Question - was Putin able to give such an order? We say - yes!
The US considers itself as the master and behaves outrageously around the world. Outrage is an indispensable attribute of countries and regimes that consider themselves as arbiters of the fate of mankind. Impunity is perceived as a natural right of the strong to come up whatever they want to come up with.
Russia suffers from the loss of its imperial status that Putin tries to recover in every possible way. Outrage has been always a Russia's attribute. So it is quite natural that Putin believes that outrage is a manifestation of the imperial status.
He conducted a almost demonstrative nuclear terrorist attack on London. The West said nothing.
He attacked Georgia, which was patronized by the United States, and captured almost 30% of its territory. The US and Europe did nothing, except a sham bombast.
Putin ordered to eliminate the President of Poland, a NATO member country, along with the entire Polish elite. This is an unprecedented manifestation of outrage that West also shamefully swallowed in full.
So why couldn't the Kremlin ringleader afford to behave outrageously on the territory of a partner to whom he's jealous and tries to harm in every way, if it can be done without leaving traces?!
In addition, Moscow has quite understandable motives:
- "Caucasian connection" in Boston bombings could persuade the United States to work more closely with Russia in the fight against the "terrorist threat" to the Olympics in Sochi.
- The US should be interested in sharing information with the intelligence agencies of the Russian Federation on "terrorist groups" operating in the North Caucasus and having a network structure in other countries. And it is a direct US national interest.
- Changing the US position on the Syrian issue in the direction of a greater isolation of so called "Jihadi groups" operating in Syria, which would lead to an inevitable confrontation with them; weakening forces that seek to overthrow the Assad regime in the region and to eliminate the influence of Russia and Iran.
- Demonstration of the authorities of the United States and around the world that America is still vulnerable and not as tough as it sounds. If a couple of amateur saboteurs were able to paralyze the city of millions of inhibitors, what will happen if the case would be taken on by professionals, supported by a hostile state. And so, it is in the interests of the United States to take into account the interests of other countries, in particular, such as Russia, which has long been waging a war on "international terrorism".
Department of Monitoring