Thursday, April 09, 2015

Are You Kidding Me? Tsarnaev is Found Guilty!

Avoid Becoming a Patsy like Dzhokar Tsarnaev 
by Henry Makow, Ph.D. 
(Step Seven. Make sure your complexion is not dark, resembling a Muslim.)
An increasingly common hazard
of modern life is finding that you
have been blamed for a CIA false flag.
These practical steps will help you to avoid this predicament,
everyone's worst nightmare.
Latest: FBI had long been in contact with Tamerlan Tsarnaev, and that the bombing was a set-up, say family members.

Latest (April 8, 2015) :  Dzhokhar found guilty on all 30 charges. Awaits sentence. Could be death. Jury deliberated 11 hours.
"Defense"  took only six hours. Trial was a farce. Dzhokar was drugged.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's mother: 'My sons are innocent':
'The terrorists are the Americans and everyone knows it,' Zubeidat Tsarnaeva writes
Half way through reading the verdict Dzhokar is head down fidgeting not speaking, looking at floor -- never a word
(Updated from May. 2013)
Modern life presents some unique challenges. STD's. Student loans. Gender bending  etc.  None is greater than the danger of becoming a patsy. This short article shows you how to avoid becoming the target of a massive, televised manhunt, and being vilified and butchered in the process.
corpse.jpg(Patsy, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was 27)
You see, being a patsy means you cannot be arrested and tried in a Court of Law. You cannot be allowed to speak publicly.  That would defeat the whole purpose of blaming you for something they did. They will pretend you died resisting arrest. That's when they will take a meat cleaver to your chest. (I should not be flippant here. Tamerlan was arrested alive and subsequently murdered by the police.)
If you do get a trial, it will be a charade, and you will be drugged into silence.
Step Number One:  Do not agree to participate in a "drill" designed to test precautions against "a terror attack."  No matter how much money they offer, or how much they appeal to your patriotic instincts, this is a "sorry, no-can-do." Also, wherever this "drill" is, make sure you are a hundred miles away.
Step Number Two:   Convert to Judaism. Patsies are never Jews. Your local synagogue will provide information on Talmud Torah classes.
menacing.jpg(left, patsies do not have to look menacing) Step Number Three:  Patsies can be teenagers. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, right, was 19.
If you are a teenager, or even a child, do not assume you are safe.

 Step Number Four:  Question your gender. Homosexuality also confers immunity against becoming a patsy.  If you are still in school, join a "gay-straight alliance." They will help you with the conversion process and give you hands on experience.
Step Number Five:  If you cannot become a Jew or homosexual, at least establish your liberal bona fides. Let slip that you voted for Barack Obama, love Diane Feinstein, read the New York Times, and watch Jon Stewart and SNL religiously. Put a PBS bumpersticker on your car. Patsies are never liberals.
Step Number Six:  Prepare a plan to follow in case they you discover you are the terrorist. When the bullets are flying, saying "I'm a patsy" won't cut it. You will need a hideout that is better than a boat parked in the backyard. 
photo (4).JPGStep Number Seven:  Don't be a Muslim. If you are, there are cosmetic products that will help you lighten your complexion. Avoid suntans. You should not be mistaken for a Muslim. Your life depends on it.
Step Number Eight: Make burial arrangements in advance. When the public has been incited to believe you are the incarnation of evil, funeral directors will have a hard time accepting your business.
oswald.jpg(left, the Patron Saint of Patsies)

Step Number Nine - Study the lives of the great patsies in modern history: Lee Harvey Oswald. James Earl Ray, Sirhan Sirhan, Timothy McVeigh, Osama Bin Laden, James Holmes, Adam Lanza. What mistakes did they make that you can avoid? Certainly, one is getting involved with a CIA-FBI front group.
Step Number Ten- Avoid friendly strangers with deep pockets who want you to become an "informant." 

I welcome other suggestions from readers for sidestepping this common everyday hazard. Anyone who believes the mass media accounts of these "terror attacks" is also a patsy.  Don't be one.
Betsy McGee's great video based on this article includes additional evidence.
Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev found guilty of all charges
The 21-year-old ethnic Chechen faces 17 counts that are punishable by death for his role in the deadly attack on the Boston Marathon in 2013.
By: Denise Lavoie The Associated Press
Published on Wed., April 08, 2015
BOSTON—Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was convicted on all charges Wednesday in the Boston Marathon bombing by a federal jury in the United States that now must decide whether the 21-year-old former college student should be executed.
Tsarnaev folded his arms, fidgeted and looked down at the defence table as he listened to one guilty verdict after another on all 30 counts against him, including conspiracy and deadly use of a weapon of mass destruction. Seventeen of those counts are punishable by death.
The verdict — reached after a day and a half of deliberations — was practically a foregone conclusion, given his lawyer’s startling admission at the trial’s outset that Tsarnaev carried out the terror attack with his now-dead older brother, Tamerlan.
The two shrapnel-packed pressure-cooker bombs that exploded near the finish line on April 15, 2013, killed three spectators and wounded more than 260 other people, turning the traditionally celebratory home stretch of the world-famous race into a scene of carnage and putting the city on edge for days.
Tsarnaev was found responsible not only for those deaths but for the killing of a Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer, who was gunned down days later.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was found responsible for several deaths in the 2013 attack on the Boston Marathon The jury will begin deciding Monday if he should get the death penalty or spend the rest of his life behind bars.
In the trial’s next phase, which could begin as early as Monday, the jury will hear evidence on whether Tsarnaev should get the death penalty or spend the rest of his life in prison.
In a bid to save him from a death sentence, defence lawyer Judy Clarke has argued that Tsarnaev, then 19, fell under the influence of his radicalized brother.
"If not for Tamerlan, it would not have happened," Clarke told the jury during closing arguments.
Prosecutors, however, portrayed the brothers — ethnic Chechens who moved to the United States from Russia more than a decade ago — as full partners in a cold-blooded plan to punish the U.S. for its wars in Muslim countries.
Tamerlan, 26, died when he was shot by police and run over by his brother during a chaotic getaway attempt days after the bombing.
The government called 92 witnesses over 15 days, painting a hellish scene of torn-off limbs, blood-spattered pavement, ghastly screams and the smell of sulphur and burned hair.
Survivors gave heartbreaking testimony about losing legs in the blasts or watching people die. The father of 8-year-old Martin Richard described making the agonizing decision to leave his mortally wounded son so he could get help for their 6-year-old daughter, whose leg had been blown off.
In the courtroom Wednesday, Denise Richard, the boy’s mother, wiped tears from her face after the verdict. The boy’s father, Bill Richard, embraced one of the prosecutors.
In Russia, Tsarnaev’s father, Anzor Tsarnaev, told The Associated Press in recent days that he would have no comment.
The others killed in the bombing were Lingzi Lu, a 23-year-old Chinese graduate student, and Krystle Campbell, a 29-year-old restaurant manager.
Some of the most damning evidence included video showing Tsarnaev planting a backpack containing one of the bombs near where the 8-year-old boy was standing, and incriminating statements scrawled inside the dry-docked boat where he was captured, wounded and bleeding, days after the tragedy.
"Stop killing our innocent people and we will stop," he wrote.
Tsarnaev’s lawyers barely cross-examined the government’s witnesses and called just four people to the stand in less than two days, all in an effort to portray the older brother as the guiding force in the plot.
Opposition to capital punishment is strong in Massachusetts, which abolished its state death penalty in 1984, and some polls have suggested a majority of Bostonians do not want to see Tsarnaev sentenced to death.
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