Dzhokhar Tsarnaev upsets the terrorist narrative

The guilty verdict came as no surprise to anyone, least of all Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s defense attorney, Judy Clarke, who told the court last month, “It was him.” Tsarnaev could now face the death penalty, and it would be richly deserved, given the fact that he and his brother deliberately placed a bomb filled with nails behind a row of children, hoping to maximize the number of people they murdered, and subjected eight-year-old Martin Richard to a gruesome and excruciatingly painful death.

  • Censored_often

    On this topic, check out the politically correct and nauseating mainstream crap reported in CNN:

    Paragraph 3, at the second sentence, reads as follows: “On the other hand, there are people who claim Islam has nothing to do with terrorism. Which is true — and false. Sure, the Islamic faith forbids murder, but there’s a small but significant minority of Muslims murdering people in terrible ways, and in Islam’s name. Understanding what leads young Muslims like Dzhokhar down a dangerous path requires we understand radicalization.”

    As for Islamic faith forbidding murder, that’s 100% demonstrably false as the satanic cult of Islam requires jihad and the murdering of non-Muslims who reject conversion to Islam or refuse to pay the jizya (tax); furthermore, Islam universally condemns those to death who “slander” the prophet Mohamsandwich or leave the satanic cult for another religion or secular ideology.

    Do people believe the shit they read in the mainstream enemedia?

    • They must at some level.

      • Censored_often

        Hence the need for blogs such as BCF and JihadWatch and others. More and more Canadians are waking up to the threats of Muslim immigration, multiculturalism, and tolerating the intolerant.

    • Surele Surele
      • Censored_often

        Thanks for posting. Off to work now but will glance more thoroughly later.

  • Hard Little Machine

    I’m hoping for a Presidential pardon, and a low level job with some community action NGO. After the requisite amount of time, let him fun for office in Dearborn Michigan.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Like you, I am capable of enormous empathy, sympathy and – given a little instruction – probably a philharmonic symphony, too. 😉

  • Tom Forsythe

    I have flip-flopped on capital punishment several times in my life, but there is no doubt that allowing this man to live would be an affront to justice.

  • Laz

    “huddled masses yearning to be free” was a nice thought. Huddled masses yearning for benefits and jihad is something else.