• I support Bradley Manning,does that make me a fan girl?
  • I support Julian Assange, does that make me a fan girl?
  • I support Edward Snowden, does that make me a fan girl?
  • I support Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, does that make me a fan girl?

If your answer is No,No, No, Yes, than you yourself have issued a double standard no doubt conceived and influenced by the American media. 




This video came up as the advertisement to a video I was watching and I noticed that it was titled "American Ignorance" and that got my attention so I decided to watch it instead of skipping it. It was published in March of this year and he speaks so much truth in this video. If other people got this as the ad in the videos that they were watching hopefully they took the time to watch. It’s very interesting.

I also thought it was kind of weird that a regular video from a normal YouTube channel was the ad… I’m not sure if that usually happens.

I think we can all agree that the drama and bickering has been getting out of control lately. I’m not saying that any of you should ever stop voicing your opinion because someone will get butthurt. I’m just saying that all of us should watch what we’re saying and how we’re saying it.

We all have one thing in common and that one thing is that we want justice for the Tsarnaevs. I’m so proud of all of us for fighting for what we believe in. It’s so amazing. A little over a month ago I was under the impression that I was the only one having thoughts that something sketchy was going on. I was really upset and crying for about a week over it. I thought I was crazy for thinking accused terrorists might be innocent. Shortly after, I found you guys and it was such a relief that I wasn’t the only one having those thoughts. It’s so lovely to be able to talk to all of you and hear all of your different theories and opinions. We may not all agree with each other sometimes, but that’s okay. 

We are a team; A family. And I want us to all start acting like it again. Enough of the fighting and biting each other’s heads off. If you ever get frustrated, just remember Jahar. Remember his parents, his brother, his niece, his friends. Remember what they’re going through. They have it much worse and they’re still remaining calm and strong.

I vow to always watch how I say something before I decide to voice my opinion, to always take others feelings into consideration, and to never lose sight of what’s important.

I love you all. Every single one of you supporters are amazing people and I’m so thankful that I’ve had the chance to get to know you.


Wow this woman is strong. Keep it up with the support guys.

So many people are saying that “if he is so innocent what about the victims and the people that died?“. Yes there are victims and I deeply feel so sad for the people that were hurt. Yes it did happen. All we are saying is that we don’t completely believe that Dzhokhar and Tamerlan are responsible. We are not denying that there were victims. Just because it happened doesn’t mean that the two brothers are the only ones that we can consider suspects.

I Wrote A Poem about the case (It's not a creepy love poem, it's what I think needs to be said)

The Whole Story

Two men who came to our country

Went to our schools, walked our streets

Accused of a crime that sickens the stomach of all

Three dead  and so many injured

Countless lives forever changed

Yet let us not forget in the heat of angry

In the grip of grief, fear and hatred

That accused doesn’t mean guilty

If the teenager in the courtroom

Is guilty of this horrific act

May our jails hold him for life

I am not standing and screaming

“Dzhokhar is innocent!”

But I am also not announcing

“Dzhokhar is guilty!”

What I am saying, screaming, begging

Is that we allow the courts to decide

Is that we judge this boy

Not by our emotions

But by the evidence

Because it is no justice to them

A little boy with a life

Stretched out in front of him

Then cut short by horror

Hatred and tragedy

So young and innocent

Two young women

 Both beautiful

With hopes and dreams

All three dearly missed

By family, friends, and

kind strangers

To railroad a man

To a death penalty

Before hearing the whole story

Every angle, every perspective

Every shred of evidence

If that says he is guilty

May he grow old and die in prison

But let’s not convict him

Before he has even had a trial

Justice is about human rights

Rights stolen from three people

As the city of Boston stood stunned

Rights that even the most hated criminals have

If we taken those rights from them

Then we are no better

A reminder:
  • Most of the Dzhokhar Tsarnaev fan girl blogs are twits pretending to be teenage girls fawning over him.
  • The reason they do so is to discredit bloggers and misinform the public.
  • You should be aware of these pathetic attempts by now; don’t glorify them.

*personally, I have yet to see 1 legitimate ‘fan girl blog’, if you will.