Russian Active Measures and the San Bernardino Terrorism Case: Are the Feds paying attention yet?
You may have heard by now that Raheel Farook, the brother of “alleged” San Bernardino shooter, is seeking to adopt Syed’s and Tashfeen’s 6-month-old daughter.
What you may NOT have heard yet is the fact that Raheel Farook’s wife, Tatiana Farook, née Gigliotti, is from Voronezh, Russia.
Here she is, in a picture from her Facebook page:
But it gets better.
The neighbor next door, Enrique Marquez, who I mistakenly mistook for someone else when I first saw this Facebook page pic, is married to Tatiana’s sister, Mariya Chernykh. He’s the guy who purchased the firearms.
My first impression when I saw Enrique’s photograph (aside from a case of mistaken identity) was that the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” crowd were somehow involved…more “Trans-Jenner” agitprop, etc. For a better understanding of what I’m driving at, from the perspective that nationality (as WELL as narrative arc) is extremely relevant when examining Russian Active Measures, study this.
It turns out that I may not have been too far off the mark, because there’s another HUGE zinger here that, at least in my mind, makes this terrorist event in San Bernardino more “Russian” than “Islamic”…
And, by the way, the source for the above link is The Daily Mail and, um, they have the same problem that The Guardian has.
If you understand Russian Active Measures as well as I do, you know that the Russians have obfuscated the details of the Sandy Hook massacre to such a degree now that it would be impossible to go back and try to use the Internet in order to make any sense out of it.
Russia is involved in fomenting chaos in America, just like what we have seen in Ferguson, Missouri and Baltimore, Maryland. But sometimes in even worse ways. And, honestly, you couldn’t begin to understand the scale of it.
I hate being right, lately. But here’s a prediction that I hope our national security and law enforcement professionals take very careful note of…
These terrorist events will continue to increase in both frequency and scale, and Russia’s fingerprints at the crime scene will become more and more apparent.