Glenn Beck, 5.25.2010: Global Governance

(Editor’s Note: In the early 1980’s, I read a book about the coming second great depression, and have lived to see it come true.)

Glenn covers the predictions that he has made and how many have come true in the last few years.  Glenn continues to be accused of fearmongering, but many of us already knew what was going on before Beck hit Fox.  Also, he shows this graphic of how TPTB are continuing to follow the agenda of the 1930’s progressives leading us into another depression – allowing for ‘global governance’.  This graphic is the comparison of our current economy (blue) to the tracking of our economy during the 1930’s (yellow); they are awfully similar.  The progressives in charge are not this stupid.  Applying Occam’s razor that the simplest answer is probably the correct one – is it possible they are doing it on purpose?

Now vs. 1930's

Part 1:

Part 2 – Union Pensions; $165 Billion Bailout and $23 Billion Bailout:

Part 3, do not put your heads in the sand:

Part 4, Easy to comprehend Dick and Jane language about global governance (the changing of the terminology):

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