Kremlin Says US Trying to Cover Something Up Related to Crocus Terrorist Attack

Russia is doing things right and going through the investigation of the attack.

But let’s be real: somehow the US was responsible for it, and it’s only a matter of time before that is determined by Moscow.

Frankly, the fact that the terrorists were fleeing to the Ukraine is proof enough.


Washington’s insistence on a narrative about the Crocus City Hall massacre is odd, since the Russian investigation is still ongoing, President Vladimir Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday.

Within hours of Friday’s terrorist attack, which claimed 143 lives at a Moscow concert venue, the US and EU began insisting that Ukraine had absolutely nothing to do with it and that the terrorist group Islamic State Khorasan (ISIS-K) was the sole culprit.

“It’s strange, to say the least, that the Americans have dared to announce a single narrative,” Peskov told the Russian outlet Izvestiya on Wednesday. “This suggests at the very least that they are trying to shift attention away from something,” he added.

Peskov also noted that these claims came in before Moscow had formulated an official version of events, since Russian law enforcement is still working on the case.

Four men suspected of being the perpetrators were arrested early on Saturday as they attempted to flee into Ukraine, according to Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB). They were identified as nationals of Tajikistan.

While acknowledging the assessment by security services that the men were “radical Islamists,” Putin noted on Monday that many questions remained unanswered. He also noted that such terrorist attacks fit the pattern of hostile actions against Russia by Ukraine’s foreign sponsors.

Yeah, Islamic terrorists do not usually plan to escape alive. Every terrorist attack I remember was a suicide attack, with the exception of maybe Charlie Hebdo, where suspects fled (it’s unclear if they had an established getaway plan when they were killed by cops two days later).

Meanwhile, the Ukraine has done multiple assassinations within Russia, and the suspects always flee.

Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has also commented on Washington’s strange insistence on the ISIS-K narrative. The US is obviously biased and trying to “get Ukraine out of harm’s way,” she said during the daily briefing on Wednesday.

Had Kiev truly been blameless, the US would have called for a full investigation, Zakharova argued. Instead, both the White House and the State Department simply announced that “Ukraine has nothing to do with this.”

That’s also a big piece of proof.

It’s all obvious to everyone what is going on, which is why the German Chancellor had to come out and say plainly that he didn’t know about it – but that the Americans probably did!


In an interview with the Markische Allgemeine newspaper on Thursday, Scholz denied having any prior knowledge about plans for the attack.   

He suggested, however, that “US [security] services probably had clues,” adding that Washington’s policy is to warn other countries of impending terrorist attacks whenever it receives information.

“They even issued a public warning. It is all the more regrettable that this terrible terrorist attack still took place,” the chancellor added.

Scholz was apparently referring to a security alert issued by the US Embassy in Moscow on March 7, warning that it was “monitoring reports that extremists have imminent plans to target large gatherings in Moscow, to include concerts,” and that this could occur within the next 48 hours. The White House also said that it had shared information about a potential attack with Russian authorities.

The head of Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB), Aleksandr Bortnikov, has confirmed that the US warned Moscow of a potential terrorist attack, but noted that the information was “general” in nature. Russian authorities “had taken appropriate measures,” he added, noting that they had targeted a group of individuals and that “[the] information did not check out at the time.”

Bortnikov has also suggested that along with Ukraine, the US and the UK may have played a role in the Crocus shooting. 

Well, if the Moslems had the ability to do this, it sure seems like they would attack Israel, no?

The amount of intelligence that would have to go into planning an attack like this would be huge. Why would Moslems spend those resources attacking Russia, while Israel is doing what they are doing right now?

If some shadowy Islamic group is responsible, it’s obvious that this is still just the CIA. But it’s more likely that the operation was run through the Ukraine, as that would be much easier, as there are all of these CIA agents on the ground they’re already planning all of these various different operations.

Scholz actually seems to be suggesting something with his statements. Why even make a statement at all, unless he is trying to distance himself from the US?

Meanwhile, further evidence of US involvement is that after having blamed “ISIS-K,” they are also working to establish a narrative that the event was a false flag committed by Russia against itself, claiming the people arrested were patsies.


A US government-funded news outlet has come to the defense of one of the alleged perpetrators of last week’s concert hall massacre near Moscow. The man, who is accused of taking part in the killing of 140 people, has been described in a Radio Free Europe article as “very compassionate.”

Muhammadsobir Fayzov was caught by Russian security forces near the Ukrainian border on Friday and formally arrested at a Moscow court on Sunday. Along with three other Tajik nationals, Fayzov is accused of carrying out a mass shooting at the Crocus City Hall, a concert venue northwest of Moscow, on Friday. As of Wednesday, the attack has claimed at least 143 lives.

Although Fayzov was allegedly responsible for the deadliest terror attack on Russian soil in two decades, he has been portrayed by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty’s Taijik branch as a kind and caring young man.

“He was the best kid in the family. He was very compassionate,” Fayzov’s mother told RFE/RL. “He loved his cousins. He loved his friends’ weddings. He danced with the boys at parties. He was a funny boy, but no one complained at school. He actively participated in school activities.”

“He was afraid of hurting someone, and someone probably set him up,” his mother claimed.

Based on a glance at Fayzov’s social media accounts, RFE/RL determined that the accused murderer “seems to be a happy young man and a good worker.” The news outlet also spoke to Fayzov’s employer, who described him as a skilled worker.

RFE/RL has run similar stories on Fayzov’s accomplices, interviewing relatives who described alleged gunman Faridun Shamsiddin as “very timid,” and Saidakrami Rachabalizod – who pleaded guilty to his role in the attack – as someone who “could not kill a chicken.”

So the US is actually running two narratives at once: “we didn’t do it – these Moslems we work with did!” and “actually, no, you did it to yourself!”

Remember that the US officially blamed Russia for blowing up their own pipes, and have also claimed that several events in the former Ukraine, including attacks on a Russian nuclear power plant, were “Russian false flags.” Victoria Nuland explicitly accused Washington of planning both nuclear and biological false flag attacks.

She even said before the invasion, in January of 2022, that Russia would use a “false flag” to justify the invasion.

Of course, that did not happen, and instead, Russia justified the invasion by pointing at US and NATO flags in Kiev.

Falsely claiming that Russia is doing false flags is straight out of the Jewish playbook.