November 5, 2019
Entrapment is very, very real.
We knew this already, but what we did not know was that the FBI was deliberately encouraging attacks on synagogues.
Bureau agents communicated with the would-be attacker for a month before providing him with fake explosives and subsequently arresting him, court documents record.
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) says it successfully thwarted a bombing attack on a local synagogue in Pueblo, not far from Denver, Colorado. Agents posed as co-conspirators for a 27-year old man who made no secret of his anti-Semitic views, and arrested him after delivering bombs for an attack, CBS News reported citing court papers.
Here is the mugshot for Richard Holzer, arrested in plot to blow up Temple Emanuel in Pueblo. pic.twitter.com/GQEk8SBtLT
— EPCSheriff (@EPCSheriff) November 4, 2019
According to the report, the FBI identified Richard Holzer after someone tipped them about comments he made on social media. Upon analyzing the comments, the agency determined that the man posed a threat to the Jewish community.
Agents posing as anti-Semitism supporters contacted Holzer who then reportedly sent audio and video files to a female agent clarifying the suspect’s hatred for Jews and his intention to cause violence.
Did you catch that?
The young man was open about his views on social media, and this prompted the FBI to send a wahmen into his DMs to try and get him to say incriminating stuff to justify setting up a sting. The agency determined that he was a threat to the Jewish community because he wasn’t fond of Jews and decided to fabricate a plot to put him behind bars.
Two weeks later, three agents met Holzer at a restaurant in which they discussed a possible attack on a local synagogue, during which Holzer opined that Molotov cocktails would “not be enough.” It was during this conversation that agents suggested providing him with pipe bombs.
I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again: don’t accept pipe bombs from strangers, kids.
Especially if they are glowing.
Approximately one month later, the company met again. Holzer showed up at a motel “wearing a Nazi armband and carrying a backpack with a knife, a mask, and a copy of [Adolf Hitler’s] ‘Mein Kampf’,” the report says.
An undercover agent showed Holzer two pipe bombs and two bundles of dynamite. The FBI noted that the ‘explosives’ were inert fabrications. The suspect said he would conduct the attack in the middle of the night.
The agents then arrested the man, who admitted to the plot and agreed to speak with federal investigators.
On Monday, Holzer made his first court appearance, charged with one count of attempting to obstruct religious exercise by force using explosives and fire, a federal hate crime. Officials describe the charges as “domestic terrorism,” a CBS New report says.
In the wake of all the recent attacks on synagogues, it would be rather strange if you were not having a big think right about now.
Were all of the attacks set up by the FBI? We can’t be sure. But is it possible that the FBI set up and encouraged at least some of these recent bad optics synagogue attacks? I think it is a distinct possibility. A very distinct possibility indeed.
Some points to consider:
- No one anywhere in the broadly-defined Dissident Right ever encouraged attacks on synagogues
- It was never even a topic of debate, it was a non-issue, no one even brought it up on the Chans
- There is a long and storied history of Jews committing false flags on themselves to elicit sympathy
The memes don’t lie:
So we have a completely out-of-the-blue phenomenon here where a bunch of randos just suddenly decide to start attacking heavily-defended synagogues. It is very probable that someone put that half-baked idea in these people’s heads. In fact, this appears to be the only reasonable explanation – attacks like this don’t just happen out of the blue.
Someone put that idea there, and it wasn’t us.