Glenn Beck promotes antisemitic Nazi sympathizer (again)
On today’s episode of Glenn Beck’s John Birch Society News Hour he ranted about conspiracy theories regarding the Federal Reserve. You may have to click over to media matters and watch in full screen mode but you’ll notice the quote from 1:10 in the video is attributed to Eustace Mullins.
….in 1968, Mullins authored a tract, The Biological Jew (Staunton, Va., Faith and Service Books, Aryan League of America, 1968), which includes the following statement about Nazi antisemitism:……. The Jews do not want anyone to know what Nazism is. Nazism is simply this — a proposal that the German people rid themselves of the parasitic Jews. The gentile host dared to protest against the continued presence of the parasite, and attempted to throw it off. It was an ineffectual reaction, because it was emotional and ill-informed, as were all the gentile reactions which preceded it for five thousand years. And how futile it all was, because today, Jewish bankers own sixty per cent of German industry, and their holdings are protected by the occupation army of America.”
“The activities of the hagfish, in sucking the blood of the still living fish until it does, closely corresponds to the ancient Jewish religious rite of ritual murder, in which the healthy gentile victim is strapped down onto a table, ritual cuts are made into his flesh, and the flowing blood is drunk by the celebrating Jews is in one of the most important symbolic acts of their parasitic existence. The ceremony of blood-drinking continues until the gentile victim expires, in a social re-enactment of the physical activities of such parasites as the hagfish. Here we see the close correlation between the activities of parasites in the plant and animal kingdoms and those which have developed through the centuries of human civilization.”.
Media Matters notes that this is not the fist time Beck has promoted antisemitic Nazi authors…
In June, Beck promoted Elizabeth Dilling’s The Red Network. Dilling was a virulent anti-Semite and Nazi sympathizer; The Red Network contains numerous passages that espouse anti-Semitism and racism.
This, as usual, is the result of Beck’s influence from The John Birch Society and is common rhetoric from lunatics such as Alex Jones and Ron Paul.
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