Glenn Beck sports All Seeing Eye shirt at his ‘Global Movement for Freedom for all Mankind’
(Andrew Steele) Glenn Beck has performed yet another creepy demonstration of his power to mislead people with meaningless nonsense, much like the one he held a few years ago in front of the the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC, in what he’s calling ‘The Beginning of a Global Movement for Freedom for all Mankind’.
From Beck’s own news mouthpiece, The Blaze:
“The American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX, was teeming with small-government, liberty-driven conservatives Thursday evening who gathered to attend FreePAC, an event organized by FreedomWorks and that coincides with Glenn Beck’s Restoring Love event. The powerful line-up of speakers included Texas congressional hopeful Ted Cruz, authors Deneen Borelli and Dana Loesch, and concluded with a compelling keynote speech from Beck himself.”
In a nearly thirteen minute ramble that said very little, using a Rudyard Kipling poem as filler, Glenn Beck spoke of a global Tea Party movement (without mentioning how today’s modern Tea Party was started and consisted of Ron Paul and 9/11 Truth supporters until the GOP hijacked it), and bragged about the number of volunteers they had enlisted to perform community service. Perhaps as a preemptive strike against articles like this one that call out Beck and his snake oil sales performance, he claimed that anyone who criticizes him and his movement are enemies of God and freedom.
Not only do Beck’s words channel the rhetoric of the New World Order, but the All Seeing Eye on his chest serves as an advertisement for it.
Despite the fact that Glenn Beck used to attack Ron Paul supporters, and swiftly derailed the campaign of the small government advocate candidate for Texas governor, Debra Medina, he has enjoyed a largely unchallenged status as an alleged conservative leader since he was put on Fox News to do his nightly program years ago, eventually moving on to launch his own news service. Like fake cheese in a mousetrap, Beck’s conservative facade has managed to steer an awakening conservative public back towards the black hole that the establishment media and political machines want them lost in. With Beck giving lip service to the practical economic arguments of Ron Paul to sprinkle over the neocon toxic waste pile he’s selling, potential voices that could be loudly calling for an end to the Fed and a non interventionist foreign policy are now lost in cult like group think, speaking of patriotism in terms of superficial sentimentality and nationalistic, fascist like fervor.
Glenn Beck spent years ridiculing average, hardworking people on his radio program for not knowing meaningless pop culture trivia, fervently advocating in favor of the Iraq War, and using his national platform to inaccurately portray those who question the official story of 9/11 as violent. He hasn’t changed. He has simply blended in, seeping into the spirit of certain Americans like a virus that lays dormant before it begins to destroy the body.
His globalist rhetoric and the symbol he wears merely uncloaks him before the eyes of the people he has already blinded.