Glenn Beck, 1.4.2011: e4 & Progressives Stoking Revolution

Glenn starts to layout his plan for the direction of this year’s program with his ‘e4’ plan of ‘enlightenment, education, empowerment, entrepreneurship’ and a call to action for Americans to have a personal revolution to lead and thereby create the change we have been seeking.

Glenn Beck, 8.5.2010: The Progressives Are Using Cloward-Piven

I thought Glenn was going to have a stroke during this broadcast because he just about loses his mind as he explains how the ponzi scheme of union pensions is crippling all Americans, how Queen Nancy had to rush back to spend another $26 Billion while billions are still left in the stimulus slush fund, how the people who have methodically created the problem are now inside and in charge, how certain cities in the most danger of financial ruin are currently and have been progressive strongholds for decades, and how police are being laid off while mural programs and an opera house are being fully funded.

You ain’t crazy America; this is the progressives going for the gold.  What Glenn does not tell you is that while the progressives in both parties are waiting for us to bleed out after the globalist policies of the Clinton/Bush/Obama paradigm, the United Nations and the powerbrokers behind it are circling.  Have you done your homework and read Agenda 21 or The Codex yet?  Wake The Hell Up!!!

Frances Fox Piven On Glenn Beck

Frances Fox Piven: Glenn Beck Seeks ‘Foreign, Dark-Skinned, Intellectual’ Scapegoats

by Kyle Olson

Throughout much of 2009, Glenn Beck extensively covered the “Cloward-Piven Strategy” that was first brought into the public domain in a May 1966 article in The Nation magazine.  In the article, Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven, two Columbia professors, developed a strategy by which the welfare system could be overwhelmed with demand, broken, and replaced with a “guaranteed annual income.”

Beck has successfully made the argument that the Cloward-Piven Strategy was a blueprint for success at overwhelming that system.  Don’t think it worked?  Ask the leaders of New York City.  The strategy worked so well, the mass rush for welfare benefits bankrupted the city in the 1970s.

So as Beck has brought new light to this strategy, no one has asked Frances Fox Piven’s opinion.  Until now.

Go over and check out the rest, meanwhile, I think I may go down a rabbit hole or two.  It’s time to take a break from the mother of all banks.  For those that haven’t visited the Socialism page at the top of the blog – you may want to peruse a bit there.

(H/T Big Government)

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