Safety agencies failed to protect citizens from terrorists [UPDATED]Published 9:21am Friday, April 26, 2013 Updated 11:36am Friday, April 26, 2013
I read several newspapers and watch many news programs. From them I have learned several things about the Tsarnaev brothers who murdered the people at the Boston marathon and threw Boston into fearful
tension for days.
For example I have learned that the brothers and their family were beneficiaries of our lavish welfare system.
Welfare payments helped the older terrorist to drive a silver Mercedes, to wear designer clothes, to finance a trip to Russia to be trained as a terrorist for radical Islam.
I learned that after living off welfare for years, his mother stole $1,600 in expensive clothes, skipped
her court date and fled the country for the jihadist hotbed of Dagistan.
Then, after her sons blew up the spectator section at the marathon she screamed that her sons were victims of a government conspiracy and threw in a few “Allahu Akbars” for good measure.
Despite the generosity of the taxpayers to support their lifestyle, this family didn’t “assimilate” to the U.S.A.
The largesse of our super state welfare did not win them over. From what is available to see in our media, every element of Big Government failed in creating a clear path for the terrorists actions: gun control, immigration, the welfare state, academia, Homeland Security — all failed.
The bomber brothers and their radical agenda of advocating terrorism, immersed in a lake of government agencies, failed to raise any red flags in the agencies we are led to believe are protecting us. Many are raising questions.
The national security agencies, alerted by intelligence agencies of foreign countries, should have been tracking Tamerlan Tsarnaev. If they wanted to track him, they could have just contacted the welfare agency. They knew where they sent his checks.