Glenn Beck, 1.31.2011: The Coming Insurrection

Glenn covers the revolution in Egypt, but goes global with his theory of world domination where a muslim caliphate controls the Middle East, Russia controls all her old satellites and part of Europe, and China controls Asia, parts of Africa, Australia and New Zealand.  It’s an interesting theory except for the fact that NONE of these ass-clowns plays well with others, and this theory does not take the global elites’ or the Vatican’s agendas into account.  Everybody should be looking at Africa.

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By Logistics Monster


  • californiapatriot -

    It would be good to listen to David Icke and Alex Jones from today’s show to get an idea of what they theorize is happening.

    They suggest the elitists are planning a falling domino affect across the Middle East to create order out of chaos. An oil crisis is coming, financial, living, industrial crisis are all coming. There was already unrest in Egypt, and they knew it, so they went in and stirred it up in order to take control of the situation, and put whoever they want into power. The elitists are in control. The Muslim Brotherhood is Anglo-American dominated out of the City of London.

    This is the first scene of the play. Apparently Brzezski has a book that tells exactly what they have planned for the world. It may be this one: “The Grand Chessboard: American Primacy And Its Geostrategic Imperatives”

  • granny gripes -

    • normalcy bias: mental state of those facing disaster which causes them to underestimate both the possible occurrence of a disaster and its effects; created by the assumption that since A has never has occurred, it won’t – or CAN’T – occur. People with a normalcy bias find it difficult to adapt to unfamiliar events and often interpret warnings in the most optimistic way possible.
    And that delusional attitude will destroy us.

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