Truth Frequency Radio

Apr 23, 2013

by Chris and Sheree Geo

Truth Frequency Radio

dzokhar-tsaranevMuch has been uncovered, but nothing astonished us more than the New York Times article in which they say that Dzokhar Tsarnaev was a “9/11 truther”. But that’s not all. Not only is he an evil “conspiracy theorist”, he’s also “anti-American” for believing that our government orchestrated 9/11. Speaking of his twitter account:

“Blatant anti-American statements are not a consistent theme. But, last September, before he became a naturalized citizen on Sept. 11, however, he wrote a post saying that he doesn’t understand ‘why it’s hard for many of you to accept that 9/11 was an inside job.'”

And before any of you “9/11 skeptics” start running your mouths about “Conspiratards” or “tin-foil-hatters”, do a little research. This kid was on scholarship at UM-Dartmouth. He speaks 6 languages. Yeah, you heard that right: 6. How many languages do you speak?

“We made a joke like – that could be Dzhokhar,” she said. “But then we thought it just couldn’t be him. Dzhokhar? Never.”

-Pamela Rolon, UM-Dartmouth Senior and friend of Dzhokhar


“He was a dedicated kid, and all the kids loved him,” Payack said.

“He wasn’t a loner, the complete opposite. . . . He seemed like one of the most well-adjusted kids on the team.

“Never in a million years did [we] expect anything like this,”

– Peter Payack, one of his wrestling coaches

In an event as huge and absolutely horrific as this, “Muslim extremism” isn’t gonna cut it as a culprit, especially when the Mujahideen is claiming they had nothing to do with the attack, and every Muslim group I’ve seen so far has denounced the attacks. So who are they going to blame?

They have to blame a group that’s a. causing them the most problems, and b. include people of all backgrounds, nationalities, races, etc. so they can selectively harass and spy on these people. 9/11 truthers, people who believe in chemtrails, people who even believe that guns are a right but also believe that we are in far too deep economically to be pursuing war with Iran (denial of the left-right paradigm) are the most dangerous thing to the elite. They are far, far more dangerous than any terror cell in the world, because it is they who are pulling the curtains back, letting Dorothy see the wizard in his pathetic grasps for glory and control over his subjects. It will be them who will be the true “martyrs”, if you want to call it that (I kind of don’t, personally, but it’s the best word to describe a journalist ending up dead because he was trying to save humanity from being enslaved somehow.)

In many ways, however, we should be thanking the New York Times, the Boston Globe, the Daily Mail, the L.A. Times, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, and all the others for completely vindicating us as a group of open-minded individuals. Even if you don’t believe 9/11 was an “inside job”, you can still see how the system is unbelievably corrupt, and that the FBI has been playing with fire with this whole domestic terror proliferation thing, and now people are dead because of it, and that Obama needs to make good on his promise now of seeing to it that the TRUE perpetrators of this act are punished.

The people of the United States demand answers. And now, the U.S. government wants to punish them for their demands. Just wait and see.

Other Interesting Factoids

1. The NY Daily News totally screwed up:

Screenshot_17I guess the journalist didn’t get the memo with the cover story of his brother getting run over and dragged by baby brother.

2. Tamerlan was a husband and father

Apparently, he had an American wife who had converted to Islam. They have a 2 year old son together. In 2009, he was hit with a “domestic violence” charge, which could possibly have been the reason he needed to resort to “other” means of getting his citizenship.

3. Who is Brendan Mess?

 On September 12, 2011, Tamerlan’s “only American friend” (along with another acquaintance) was killed in an extremely bizarre manner. From the Daily Mail UK:

Their bodies were found covered in marijuana in an apartment in Waltham, Massachusetts, and had their throats slit with a knife or ice pick.

Initially police said two other people had been there on the day and they were looking to question them although no one has ever been charged.

4. The family history is fraught with strange beatings and murders. According to his Aunt Maret, his father fled the United States to Makhachkala, Dagestan after a severe, unexplained beating on the street. His grandfather was also “‘blown to bits’ in an unexplained incident in Russia.”

5. To all the public-school educated out there, the suspects are not from the Czech Republic. Rather, they are from Chechnya. The confusion and pitiful lack of geographic knowledge about this was so strong, however, that even Petr Gandalovič, the Czech Republic’s ambassador in Washington had to issue a statement on Friday explaining that Czechs and Chechens are two completely different people.

 “As more information on the origin of the alleged perpetrators is coming to light, I am concerned to note in the social media a most unfortunate misunderstanding in this respect,” the ambassador wrote. “The Czech Republic and Chechnya are two very different entities – the Czech Republic is a Central European country; Chechnya is a part of the Russian Federation.”

6. “Caucasian” means something completely different in Russia. Instead of being a reference to “light-skinned people”, over there it is used as a derogatory term. According to Donald McNeil,

“the most discriminated-against groups are residents of the Caucasus — Chechnyans, Azerbaijanis, Georgians and so on. There, unlike elsewhere, Caucasians are relatively dark skinned — and to Russians inclined to be derogatory, this makes them “chorniye” or “black.”

7. In early 2011, the Russian government requested information about Tamerlan Tsarnaev from the FBI. After a lengthy, privacy-invading “terrorist fishing expedition”, they came up with absolutely nothing, and even admitted it. According to Ravi Somaiya, writer for the NYT:

“In response to this 2011 request, the FBI checked U.S. government databases and other information to look for such things as derogatory telephone communications, possible use of online sites associated with the promotion of radical activity, associations with other persons of interest, travel history and plans, and education history. The FBI also interviewed Tamerlan Tsarnaev and family members. The FBI did not find any terrorism activity, domestic or foreign, and those results were provided to the foreign government in the summer of 2011. The FBI requested but did not receive more specific or additional information from the foreign government.”(Russia)

This makes one wonder what exactly Russia had to do with all of this, as well. Just because our government is pure evil and Russia talks bad about the U.S. all the time doesn’t make Russia “good”. In fact, Russia has had a very long history of genocide and torture of parts of their provinces they don’t like or who politically oppose them, the use of psychiatric imprisonment, and unleashing terror upon their own people. After watching the U.S., Great Britain, Australia, and other Western countries perpetrating false flags on their own people, they’ve probably been paying attention and taking notes (kind of like what Nazi Germany did with Eugenics: bred in the West, then modified to the Nazi Regime’s needs) and may have helped set the Tsarnaev brothers up by offering them a patsy who was already suffering from depression and isolation from losing his “only friend in the U.S.” and was just a sitting duck at that point for radicalism and extremism. Especially considering the fact that they were from the Caucacus, who the Russians continuously try to blame for various terror attacks in the Russian provinces, this would completely make sense. Also, this could potentially boost relations between the U.S. and Russia, which have been faltering since our sanctions on Iran, our covert destabilizing military operations in the Middle East, and now with “human rights” sanctions, which even if true, are the epitome of “the pot calling the kettle black”.

8. The day after the bombing, Dzokhar had this to say on twitter:


My first instinct, knowing he’s a professed “truther”, is that this response was a genuine thought that many of us “truthers” have when false flag attacks happen: we feel alone, sad, and somewhat afraid of what group of people or what religion or what affiliation is going to get them labeled as a terrorist, and who exactly they’re going to blame “this one” on.
 My initial analysis of Dzokhar’s twitter feed is that this kid had no idea he was about to be chased by SWAT teams, Navy SEAL “clean-up crews”, and FBI agents, watch his brother get run over by the cops and then try to say he did it, and eventually, have a bullet go straight through his neck intended to kill him to make it look like a suicide.
9. Boston Police Commissioner Slips Up And Calls the Tsarnaev brothers “actors”: