It is now clear that the brothers Tamerlan and Dhokhar Tsarnaev were part of a joint Central Intelligence Agency – George Soros Open Society Institute (OSI) operation to launch terrorist attacks inside the Russian Caucasus region, primarily in Chechnya and Dagestan. Along the way, the Tsarnaevs appeared to have been diverted into conducting a «false flag» terrorist attack in Boston or were indoctrinated into Salafist beliefs by Saudi handlers. Such «blow back» events, if that was the case in Boston, is to similar events where the CIA’s. «Al Qaeda» allies have turned on their masters and conducted major attacks, such as that launched against the U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya last September 11.
There are new revelations that Tamerlan Tsarnaev was cooperating with a Salafist organization in Dagestan called the «Union of the Just» at the same time he was participating in Caucasus separatist seminars in the Republic of Georgia conducted the CIA-linked Jamestown Foundation of Washington, DC. In 2012, Tsarnaev connected in the Dagestan town of Kizlyar with his Salafist cousin, Magomed Kartashov, and, according to The New York Times, Tsarnaev was advocating for the policies of Anwar al-Awlaki, the U.S.-born so-called «Al Qaeda» leader who was killed in a U.S. drone strike in Yemen in 2011.
Awlaki was also a guest of the Pentagon following the 9/11 attack and he was considered by the U.S. Defense Department an important liaison to the U.S. Muslim community. If the past is any indication, Awlaki, like Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was, in all likelihood, a U.S. intelligence asset. And as with U.S. intelligence assets who become embarrassments to the boys at Langley, he was «terminated with extreme prejudice».
It is clear that the Jamestown Foundation, a Cold War relic co-founded by Ronald Reagan’s CIA director William Casey in 1984 to stir up problems in what the U.S. right-wing referred to as «captive nations» that were «imprisoned» inside the Soviet Union, has had its eyes set on the Caucasus and surrounding regions since the dissolution of the USSR. Jamestown is assisted by another neo-con outfit, the U.S. Institute of Peace, which operates out of a new Israeli-designed building around the corner from the U.S. State Department. Not only has the Jamestown Foundation been involved in supporting Chechen nationalist and jihadist-aligned organization, some of which are connected to the Tsarnaev brothers’ U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)-linked uncle Ruslan Tsarni (aka Ruslan Tsarnaev, but it has extended its reach to supporting Circassian nationalism. Jamestown regularly issues communiques supporting three Circassian groups in the Caucasus, including Adyge Khase in Adygea, Adyge Khase in Karachaevo-Cherkessia; and Adyge Khase in the Krasnodar region.
Jamestown is jam-packed with anti-Russian neo-conservatives and its acts in coordination with numerous Soros-backed non-governmental organizations (NGOs) active in the Caucasus and beyond. There are also links between the neo-con and Soros NGOs and the activities of Salafist groups in the Caucasus, most of which are backed financially and politically by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United Arab Emirates. Chief among the Salafist groups is the Kavkaz Center, a mouthpiece for the terrorist Caucasus Emirate that operates from Helsinki, Finland. Finland, along with Estonia, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Latvia are operational centers for a number of groups that seek to oust President Vladimir Putin in Russia and Alexander Lukashenko in Belarus. It is in these countries on the Russian western frontier where Soros, Salafist, neo-con (including remnants of the late exiled Russian tycoon Boris Berezovsky’s provocateur network), and CIA propaganda operatives converge.
Another Jamestown-connected website is Kavkazsky Uzel (Caucasian Knot), which regularly transmits anti-Russian Salafist and neo-con propaganda aimed at fomenting dissension within the Russian Federation.
In March 2010, Jamestown and the Mikheil Saakashvili government of Georgia sponsored a conference in Tbilisi titled «Hidden Nations, Enduring Crimes: The Circassians and the Peoples of the North Caucasus Between Past and Future». Financing for the seminar came from the Caucasus Fund. Tamerlan Tsarnaev attended Jamestown training seminars during the first six months of 2012. It was during this time that Tsarnaev was in contact with Salafist terrorist groups in Dagestan and Chechnya.
But Jamestown and its CIA masters are not merely content with stirring up Salafist- and Wahhabist-based ethnic separatism in the Caucasus republics of Chechnya, Dagestan, Ingushetia, North Ossetia, Adygea, Karachaevo-Cherkessia, Kabardino-Balkaria, and Krasnodar but also in the heavily-Muslim republics of the Middle Volga valley, including Tatarstan and Bashkortostan. Jamestown is connected to the Chechen exile group American Committee for Peace in the Caucasus, formerly the American Committee for Peace in Chechnya, a group rife with Salafist elements from Chechnya and the Caucasus. Jamestown and Soros fingerprints are found in the activities of such Tatar Muslim groups as the Union of Tatar Youth. Ruslan Tsarni established a group called the Congress of Chechen International Organizations while his brother was linked to a group called the United States-Chechen Republic Alliance Inc.
Jamestown has given propaganda support to Salafists who have assassinated senior anti- Salafist Muslim clerics not only in Dagestan and Kabardino-Balkaria but also in Tatarstan. In July 2012, a car bomb in Kazan, the Tatarstan capital, nearly took the life of the Mufti of Tatarstan, Ildus-Khazrat Faizov. The organization maintains that the assassinations appear justified in the wake of a Russian crackdown on Salafists and Wahhabists in autonomous republics with large Muslim populations. The following is what Jamestown wrote about the Russian crackdown on Salafists following assassinations and attempted assassinations of moderate Muslim leaders: «Russian government circles are trying to use the crime in Kazan to justify striking down Salafism across the country, which will yield a result opposite to the one expected – namely, the social base of the Islamic radicals will increase. As long as Islam is regulated by incompetent people in Moscow, then their puppet representatives in the region are doomed to be estranged from the local populations because of their close affiliation with the Russian government».
Western provocateurs, including Jamestown, have backed the idea of a Bashkir-Tatar confederation, which, of course, would be dominated by Salafists.
It is clear that Jamestown and its CIA bosses are stoking Salafist radicalism in Russia in the same manner as the CIA’s «Al Qaeda» spurred the radical revolts that led to the ouster of Muammar Qaddafi in Libya and that are currently attempting to oust Bashar al-Assad in Syria. Jamestown has also called for Russia to accept thousands of Circassian refugees from Syria into the North Caucasus, clearly an attempt to infiltrate additional «Al Qaeda» elements into the volatile region.
One goal of the neo-cons and Salafists is the creation of a Commission of Inquiry led by a globalist – Zionist South African Judge Richard Goldstone has been mentioned as a possibility – to investigate human rights abuses in Chechnya. Of course, the end game is to seek International Criminal Court (ICC) indictments against Chechen and Russian government officials. Soros virtually controls the activities of the ICC in The Hague.
But Jamestown is not merely active in Muslim autonomous republics of Russia. Their web site has supported nationalist movements in Buddhist republics, including Tuva, Buryatia, and Kalmykia. In cooperation with Soros’s pro-Tibet nationalist TRACE Foundation, the Dalai Lama and his representatives have sought to increase their influence in the Buddhist republics, including Kalmykia, which lies to the north of the Muslim hot spot of Dagestan.
Salafists have also been discovered converting Buddhists in Siberia to the radical cause to fight in the Caucasus. In 2010, a Salafist guerrilla named Sheik Said Buryatsky was killed by Russian security forces in Ingushetia. Buryatsky, a native of Buryatia – referred to by its nationalist name «Buryat Mongolia» by the Jamestown secessionist provocateurs – had converted from Buddhism to Wahhabi Islam.
In the case of Tuva, Jamestown has been part and parcel of Turanism, a pan-Turkic nationalist movement that seeks to recreate the ancient Turkic empire that extended from Europe to Sinkiang and Mongolia, including the autonomous Altai Republic and Chuvashia, as well as the republics of Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan. Jamestown has advocated for the independence of Buddhist Tuva, once an independent nation known as Tannu Tuva. One of Ruslan Tsarni’s business colleagues is Graham Fuller, a former CIA official who has championed Turkish nationalist causes throughout Anatolia, the Caucasus, and central Asia.
And Jamestown’s and Soros’s troublemaking does not end with the Muslim and Buddhist republics. Operating out of groups in Finland, Hungary, and Estonia, nationalists favoring Finno-Ugric separatism have tried to stoke tensions in Karelia, formerly part of Finland; Udmurtia, Mari-El, Komi, and Khanty-Mansi. As early as 1995, Jamestown began providing propaganda support to the Congress of Finno-Ugric Peoples, which was calling for increased sovereignty for Finno-Ugric peoples. Soros’s OSI and the Karelian Institute co-sponsor Karelian irredentist –themed seminars with the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Russian officials have been suspicious of Finnish government contacts with Finno-Ugric activists inside Russia, considered by the Finns to be long lost «cousins». Another organization involved in the Karelian identity movement is the Central Asia Program (CAP) of the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (IERES) at the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University in Washington, DC. The university has close ties with the CIA. Also active inside Karelia are the Open Estonia Foundation and Open Society Institute-Russia, St. Petersburg, both Soros operations.
With such a large network of provocateurs extended across Russia, how many other potential Tsarnaev brothers are waiting in the wings to strike across Russia?
The CIA, Soros, and neocon / Salafist interference in Russia is akin to Russia promoting independence for dozens of Native American tribal nations, as well as U.S. territories, states, and even counties. The United States would strongly resist such outside interference and look unkindly upon foreign support for such causes. Yet, the United States and its swath of NGOs across the globe feel free to support separatist and radical activities in Russia and other countries around the world, including China, Indonesia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan, Venezuela, Bolivia, and other nations.