Glenn Beck’s Anti-Semitic Marathon Continues
Glenn Beck’s special on George Soros is really quite amazing. There’s significant emotional manipulation, a skill that Beck brilliantly pulls off with his tone of voice, charming grandfather approach and concerned expression. He somehow manages to make the leader of an organization expressing that he hopes his organization will act as the “conscience of the world” sound like a plot by Lucifer himself.
And speaking of Lucifer, that is exactly what Beck apparently thinks Soros is, along with the other Prince of Darkness in the White House.
For the record - one of those revolutions that Soros was involved in was the Velvet Revolution. In his last episode, Beck made it sound as if the ousting of the authoritarian Communist regime in Czechoslovakia was an unforgivable crime. Soros also poured resources into Proposition 19, which would have legalized marijuana in California. These are acts that should make Soros enduring, especially to a self-described “libertarian” like Beck.
The anti-Semitic overtones are plenty clear as well, as the imagery of a nefarious Jewish “Puppet Master” behind all of the world’s financial turmoil has been played out before. The success of Glenn Beck is certainly a game changer in that he is, through his considerable influence, returning conservatism to its core. The anti-globalization rhetoric makes the circle towards neo-Lindberghism complete.
If you have the stomach, I also recommend watching this clip of Glenn Beck ranting about Corey Booker, the mayor of Newark, New Jersey.
You can feel the hate dripping off of him. It’s no wonder that he attracts fans that represent the worst elements of this country. Beck is an ideological menace to freedom and progress.