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March 29, 2010

Atrocity in Moscow

Female suicide bombers have been blamed for two bomb attacks on the Moscow metro system. One hopes everyone recognizes paired attacks of this kind as an al Qaeda MO.

And the act of murder-sacrifice as the MO of the Temple of Elemental Evil.

Emergency Ministry spokeswoman Svetlana Chumikova said 23 people were killed at the Lubyanka station in central Moscow. The station is underneath the building that houses the main offices of the Federal Security Service, or FSB, the KGB's main successor agency.

The second explosion hit the Park Kultury station about 45 minutes later. Chumikova said at least 12 were dead there.

Expect two things: First, the usual evil retards denouncing the incident as a false flag operation and pretext. Second, for the Russians to go apeshit.

Which is what we should do when this sort of thing happens. In Canada, you are just as likely to get a Canada Council grant, tenure or a sinecure as Governor General.

Posted by Ghost of a flea at March 29, 2010 06:37 AM

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QUOTE "And the act of murder-sacrifice as the MO of the Temple of Elemental Evil."

Exactly right - when you shout "Allah Akbar" and then murder someone you are dedicating the death to your deity - in effect performing a human sacrifice.

The Russians may go apeshit, but don't expect too many condemnations from the UNHRC.

Posted by: Jacobus [TypeKey Profile Page] at March 29, 2010 08:34 AM

I'm dissenting from the Russians going apeshit expectation.

Russia's seen similar atrocities before. Beslan school hostages, Moscow theatre hostages, a half-dozen apartment building bombings/demolitions in the late 90s, and so on.

So they've been putting up with a varied lot of domestic terrorism for several decades. If they haven't gone apeshit before, I'm not altogether sure they're going to start now.

Russia talks a good game, but in terms of actually combating the problem they resemble every other faded Western power yet to get a clue.

Posted by: Chris Taylor [TypeKey Profile Page] at March 29, 2010 01:56 PM