AP Ties Boston Bombings To Online Conspiracy Sites

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posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 03:19 AM
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AP Ties Boston Bombings To Online Conspiracy Sites


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The government controlled corporate media is now claiming Boston Bomber Tamerlan was influenced by online conspiracy sites.

Tamerlan took an interest in Infowars, a conspiracy theory website. Khozhugov said Tamerlan was interested in finding a copy of the book ‘‘The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,’’ the classic anti-Semitic hoax, first published in Russia in 1903, that claims a Jewish plot to take over the world.
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posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 03:19 AM
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Quotes from the actual AP source-



Under the tutelage of a friend known to the Tsarnaev family only as Misha, Tamerlan gave up boxing and stopped studying music, his family said. He began opposing the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. He turned to websites and literature claiming that the CIA was behind the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and Jews controlled the world.





Tamerlan took an interest in Infowars, a conspiracy theory website. Khozhugov said Tamerlan was interested in finding a copy of the book ‘‘The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,’’ the classic anti-Semitic hoax, first published in Russia in 1903, that claims a Jewish plot to take over the world.


‘‘He never said he hated America or he hated the Jews,’’ Khozhugov said. ‘‘But he was fairly aggressive toward the policies of the U.S. toward countries with Muslim populations. He disliked the wars.’’



Not a surprising twist in this story, as anyone who is paying attention will be aware the government (or those that control it) want to end the online movement that is seeing millions of people see the truth about how the world really works.

20-30 years ago, MSM was enough to control the masses. But with the internet, the game has changed.

Linking 'homegrown terrorism', 'Islamic Extremists' and 'Conspiracy Theorists' has been an agenda in the making for quite a while now, as explained in this thread-

Don't Say We Were Not Warned

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posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 03:22 AM
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Is there a real source that says he was interested in conspiracy sites/infowars? Beforeitsnews isn't a legitimate source.

Infowars would explain his ignorance.
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posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 03:26 AM
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Okay.. if you go to the actual source for this, it's about as casual a mention as it can be. This thread is just sensationalism. The actual article never mentions the book or the words "conspiracy" or "theorist or "infowars." If this was an effort to connect him to conspiracy theorists.. it's really weak.

Actual source before "beforeitsnews" HERE
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posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 03:33 AM
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Maybe this is just a middle finger to Mr. Jones for jumping on this story and making a bunch of wild claims with out any actual proof. He might have some good points some times but the demeanor in wich he presents his information just turns it into complete nonsense. Scare tactics and yelling at your audience is not the way to get your point across to people. Now wether this is going to be used as a way of grouping people who vist conspiracy websites together inorder to label them as potential threats is debatable. Although I believe that already is happening.



posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 03:34 AM
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Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
Okay.. if you go to the actual source for this, it's about as casual a mention as it can be. This thread is just sensationalism. The actual article never mentions the book or the words "conspiracy" or "theorist or "infowars." If this was an effort to connect him to conspiracy theorists.. it's really weak.

Actual source before "beforeitsnews" HERE
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Come to think of it, I haven't seen an article, but, I have seen multiple comments on various media, on YouTube, live link and CNN.com (or foxnews.com), in which posters made comments about such ties and many seemed to get quite adamant about how detrimental such sites are.

So, this must come from somewhere...who knows how the rumor mill works anymore.

I will say, I find it a tenuous bit of logic to have a radical Muslim terrorist obsessed with 9/11 being an inside job...

...strike that, not tenuous logic, theater of the absurd maybe, or better yet, irony wearing itself on its sleeve...

Edit: staring me in the face...the op's article is probably where the comment-section rumors were coming from...
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posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 03:34 AM
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Just a quick stab at the online conspiracy community. Honestly sites like infowars and people like Alex Jones do far more to discredit the cause than 'expose' anything of value. But that could be a conspiracy of its own couldn't it..
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posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 03:35 AM
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Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by Wonderer2012
 


Is there a real source that says he was interested in conspiracy sites/infowars? Beforeitsnews isn't a legitimate source.

Infowars would explain his ignorance.
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The quotes are FROM the AP source.

Thoughts now?



posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 03:39 AM
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I quoted from the AP source, do not listen to this poster who is lying, the AP source directly says he was influenced by conspiracy sites promoting 'Jewish conspiracies' and CIA behind 9/11 etc.

This agenda to tie homegrown terrorism to conspiracy theorists is real and we will see it play out in America with tragic consequences. It's not even a conspiracy, as I posted in another thread which was completely ignored, the evidence to show this agenda is overwhelming.

The problem people have in understanding this is that they underestimate what 'conspiracy theory' means in 2013. It is no longer viable to call tin foil hat loony tunes, 'conspiracy' in now part of soceity, millions upon millions of people are being enlightened by alternative media, and those in control CANNOT allow it to continue if they WANT to remain in control, and clearly they do, hence we have a simple equation regards where this is heading!



posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 03:56 AM
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Ummmm... You may want to click on the "continued..." on the bottom of that page. It has a second page to the article and Infowars is definitely mentioned by name toward the bottom of it in the same paragraph as references the Elders of Zion stuff.

The dateline also seems to be AP alright.... Wow.... There really IS such a thing as bad publicity and I think AJ got a bite of it this time. He might want to watch making such loud claims of calling things in advance and being right, etc etc, after the fact on a major event. Just my thoughts..... What a way to get 'mention' on a thing like this.



posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 04:08 AM
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Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by Wonderer2012
 


Is there a real source that says he was interested in conspiracy sites/infowars? Beforeitsnews isn't a legitimate source.

Infowars would explain his ignorance.
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I was just gonna say, if there is validity to what's being said (Given that its sourced at BIN) then you can strike ATS off the list of "conspiracy sites" which would influence anyone negatively... Being that Protocols of Zion is a well-known, well-confirmed Hoax around these parts


Most anything else that would urge someone to splatter other people or themselves over the pavement as well, usually turns up Hoax around here.

Oh and you always have a couple who get all mad, "WHY IZ U SHILLIN MY THREAD!?! NIBIRU IS REAL!" types... but hey, it's the internet...



posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 04:14 AM
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Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
Okay.. if you go to the actual source for this, it's about as casual a mention as it can be. This thread is just sensationalism. The actual article never mentions the book or the words "conspiracy" or "theorist or "infowars." If this was an effort to connect him to conspiracy theorists.. it's really weak.

Actual source before "beforeitsnews" HERE
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The actual source is not beforeitsnews its AP. Here's the salon article if you dont buy the original claim by the thread op.

Tamerlan Tsarnaev was an Alex Jones fan



posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 04:16 AM
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Originally posted by boncho

Originally posted by GogoVicMorrow
reply to post by Wonderer2012
 


Is there a real source that says he was interested in conspiracy sites/infowars? Beforeitsnews isn't a legitimate source.

Infowars would explain his ignorance.
edit on 25-4-2013 by GogoVicMorrow because: (no reason given)



I was just gonna say, if there is validity to what's being said (Given that its sourced at BIN) then you can strike ATS off the list of "conspiracy sites" which would influence anyone negatively... Being that Protocols of Zion is a well-known, well-confirmed Hoax around these parts


Most anything else that would urge someone to splatter other people or themselves over the pavement as well, usually turns up Hoax around here.

Oh and you always have a couple who get all mad, "WHY IZ U SHILLIN MY THREAD!?! NIBIRU IS REAL!" types... but hey, it's the internet...


The quotes are clearly expalined as being from the AP article.

I've already highlighted this to other posters.



posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 04:16 AM
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To control the people you must control what they learn. Material that is dangerous to the Government view must be controlled.

Sites such as ATS and the internet in general is a danger to those that would control and enslave. Therefore, if you cannot control directly then you have to shift to tactics of marginalization and scorn and derision.

That has been happening for quite some time. It will continue until it becomes illegal.

Eventually, having an opinion will be a crime.

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posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 04:19 AM
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Are any of you actually reading that article all the way through?

If you are you will notice it only mentions that infowars was one of the many sites he was visiting.
Not much more about conspiracy sites was really mentioned.
The rest is about how Tamerlan the older brother was influenced by a person named Misha who the father of the boys didn't like how the two boys listened to Misha instead of him.

And the younger brother Dzhokhar looked up to Tamerlan and do almost anything he said.

Oh and the headline is "Bomb suspect influenced by mysterious radical"
So why don't you link to the actual source O.P. and name it accordingly?
Or do you have an agenda?

www.boston.com...
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posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 04:46 AM
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I think your missing the point of the whole OP, the article from BIN (which is spot on imo) is explaining that the AP is linking consiracy sites to the bombers actions.The AP names InfoWars that Tamerlanas had an interest in.Rather than all the real world drama that the US is either cause of or involved with.

This is from the AP..


Tamerlan took an interest in Infowars, a conspiracy theory website. Khozhugov said Tamerlan was interested in finding a copy of the book ‘‘The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,’’ the classic anti-Semitic hoax, first published in Russia in 1903, that claims a Jewish plot to take over the world.
www.boston.com...


Which casts us in a bad light not the governments actions in a bad light,that one day may shut these sites down.Then they`ll have much more of a free reign.



posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 04:49 AM
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If your going to use beforeitsnews as a source then try and find a source for this that is not affiliated with BIN.
Alot of the stories on this website belong in the fiction section of your local waste depository.

Maybe ATS nees a thread for known "hoax" news sources so that we can cull some of the more rediculous stuff before it becomes a topic on here. Just my 2 censt.



posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 04:54 AM
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Whatever you think about BIN doesn`t really matter because BIN linked and quoted from the source,which is AP.

Do you really expect to hear an article like that from BIN out of the MSM?

The article from BIN is like a well thought-out thread on ATS thats all,amongst other not so well thought-out threads.

You can lead a horse to a news paper but you can`t make him read or understand it.







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posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 05:09 AM
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off-topic post removed to prevent thread-drift


 



posted on Apr, 25 2013 @ 05:13 AM
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Hm. While we've been all asking "If this is a false flag, what would it be focused towards getting rid of our repressing?"

... and what if the answer is US! Sites like ATS!






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