Sunday, March 28, 2010

Bombs away

A couple of bombs went off in Moscow and killed some people. Apparently it was suicide bombers, who, probably bored with the lack of good TV-shows, decided to murder a bunch of people to prove some political point or whatnot.

The Explosions tore through two subway stations at rush hour on killing at least 37 people. Moscow's chief prosecutor said the explosions were carried out by suicide bombers wearing explosive belts and Yuri Luzhkov, the mayor of Moscow, said that both attacks were carried out by female bombers.

This is kind of an interesting plot twist. Female bombers?

If they were Islamist separatists, which is likely, do they still get those 72 virgins waiting for them on the other side? And how do you test male virginity? Is there are penis-test that can be performed to test if it has been in usage? Or is it an automatic thing since we’re talking paradise and God (‘Allah’, whatever…)?

The other likely suspect we can find in Chechnya since the conflict with Chechen separatists is still unresolved.

Whoever and whatever their goals might be, it is interesting to note that during the summer of 2009, China and Russia held war-games together designed to counter a hypothetical threat from Islamist extremists or ethnic separatists that both countries insist look increasingly realistic.

‘Experts’ say Moscow and Beijing are concerned about deepening instability in former Soviet Central Asia, where weak local governments face a growing threat from drug smugglers and Islamist extremists emanating from neighboring Afghanistan. And so contrary to what western media seem to say and think, the risk of terrorism is ever present.

And the insurgency in Chechnya and neighboring states is a key reason Russia has been reluctant to support sanctions against Iran over its nuclear program; diplomats say the Kremlin is worried Tehran might retaliate by setting aside sectarian differences and backing the rebels in Muslim solidarity.

In other words, a conspiracy nut will probably have a field day with these bombings.

I would also like to point out that once again terrorists or so called “freedom-fighters” have targeted innocent civilians. I never really understood that tactic.

If you want some backing or draw sympathy from the world community, is it really in your interest to murder commuters going by with their daily lives? Why not blow up some government building or a police station or shoot some officials?

I mean if government is your problem and the key goal is to bring attention to a cause, why not do it right?

Okay, so innocent deaths may be more of headline news, sure I get that, but it will not really help. Even those that may think Russia and its corrupt authority can be blamed or should be attacked cannot really support any suicide bombings murdering ordinary citizens.

Me, I see this as a prelude, a minor thing to what’s to come in the near future. I’ve claimed for many months now that a huge terrorist attack is imminent and that my dear sheople will not kill a mere 37 or so people, and it won’t be in Russia either.

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