Gather round, boys and girls, its story time. Today’s psy-op comes from the sleepy state of Wisconsin, known for its cheese and snow. Less known is that it is also home to the global Masonic control grid.

The villain in this story is called Samy Mohamed Hamzeh, a 23-year old chin strap-bearded boogie man who is accused of plotting a mass shooting at a Masonic Temple in Milwaukee. This was his Plan B, as allegedly he originally intended to fly to Jordan and launch a one-man attack on Israel’s West Bank. I am sure that would have worked out. Somehow, the FBI got wind of this plan, and had been watching him since September 2015. You know, September. The month 9/11 happened. We must never forget 9/11. And did you catch the guy’s middle name?

The FBI claims Samy “abandoned these plans for family, financial, and logistic reasons.” Does this mean that, in addition to having no money nor any ability to purchase a plane ticket to Jordan, much less any weapons when he got there, his parents or wife refused to let him go? Or maybe he has children to take care of? In either case, why wouldn’t any of these factors also been a consideration in the Masonic Temple plot?

Abandoning the overly ambitious destruction of Israel, Samy refocused his solitary jihad a little closer to home. In a weird confluence of Islamic extremism and classic American conspiracy theory, Samy decided to target a Masonic Temple in Milwaukee. Clearly, if only he could have taken this particular temple down, the entire global Masonic control matrix would have fallen. This might be the first case of a Muslim radical targeting the Masons motivated by a conspiracy theory.

The FBI, as luck would have it, was not only monitoring Samy, they had informants surrounding him who had gained his trust. Apparently, Samy formulated a detailed plan to carry out an attack at the Masonic Temple while on the phone with these informants. If history is any indicator, they probably suggested the idea to him in the first place.

Samy thought the killing of at least 30 Masons would “terrify the world” and “ignite broader clashes.” Hard to see how that would be the case, considering that the US dropped 23,144 bombs on Muslim countries in 2015—over 60 bombs a day—yet the world just yawns and changes the TV channel. If the bombing campaign by the US doesn’t terrify the world, nothing will.

Samy’s plan purportedly involved procuring two machine guns and three silencers. In addition to his poor math skills, Samy was also laboring under the misapprehension that “silencers” actually exist. I guess he watched too many movies. The correct term is “suppressor.” Unlike what we see in Hollywood movies, suppressors do not silence gun shots, they merely suppress them, as the name implies. The gun shot itself is still quite loud, providing the shooter with virtually no element of surprise nor any stealth capabilities. They are also illegal and rather difficult to obtain. Why is none of this mentioned in the mainstream media coverage?

Samy allegedly visited the targeted temple, where he “learned meeting schedules and the physical layout of the facility.” How does that work? Anyone can just walk in off the street and get this kind of detailed information? No one at the Masonic Temple was at all suspicious when an Arabic-speaking Muslim man brazenly cased the joint during the guided tour?

Mainstream news reports indicate Samy was not going to carry out this heinous act alone, yet there is little information about additional arrests or his alleged partner(s) in crime. Were these the informants assigned to Samy by the FBI? Or are we supposed to believe he was organically “inspired by ISIS” based on his Facebook and Twitter activity?

Acting US Attorney Gregory J. Haanstad stated “It is difficult to calculate the injury and loss of life that was prevented by concerned citizens coming forward and by the tireless efforts of the FBI and the Joint Terrorism Task Force.” Ironically, it was undercover federal agents who sold the weapons to Samy in the first place. Perhaps they even provided him with the money for these purchases? Despite the fact that conspiracy to commit a mass shooting in and of itself is a crime in the United States, why did the FBI think it necessary to go ahead and put deadly weapons in Samy’s hands? After all, they are locking up teenage girls in Colorado for little more than threatening diary entries.

The troubling truth is the FBI has a disturbing habit of facilitating these kinds of plans and attacks. The Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City in 1995 comes to mind. And what is still widely referred to as the “first terrorist attack” on the World Trade Center in 1993 was actually an FBI sting operation that “went live” and not an act of terror at all. In these and other cases, it appears the FBI played a central role in the planning and/or execution of domestic terror plots.

Curiously, Haanstad credits “information provided by concerned citizens” as helping to avert an attack. Yet we are also told that the FBI has been surveilling Samy since September, and that FBI informants have been handling him for at least that long. What information could “concerned citizens” provide that the FBI did not already possess?

There have been around 70 alleged terrorist plots foiled by the FBI since 9/11. Many of these have been plots conceived by the FBI itself. Based on these initial and dubious details, it appears this is yet another contrived threat, a psy-op concocted by the FBI to maintain/increase fear and justify unconstitutional surveillance.

Case in point: Consider the claim of Ashraf Nubani, the lawyer of a Muslim American charged with aiding and abetting terrorism, who says his client was framed as a Daesh Takfiri affiliate by federal agents who target Muslim nationals by fake terror plots.

Samy is charged with unlawfully possessing a machine gun and receiving and possessing firearms not registered to him. Yet it was the FBI who gave him these items. Was this entrapment? Or was this in fact a sting operation, and not a terrorist plot, as we are being led to believe? Given the sustained level of extreme fear and strong anti-Islamic sentiment rife in the U.S. today, would a Muslim man in Wisconsin even have been able to procure machine guns and “silencers” without the assistance of federal agents?

Like a big hunk of Wisconsin cheese, something about this story stinks, indicating yet another FBI snow job…

 

UPDATE: After 25 months in jail awaiting trial, still no no evidence that Hamzeh ever made any plans or was doing anything other than making empty boasts to express his resentment about Israel or to gain attention…