You are a den of vipers and thieves. I intend to rout you out, and by the grace of the Eternal God, will rout you out!
Heed those words, Glenn Beck! You may not be one of those
bankers that Andrew Jackson was referring to but you certainly work for
In the 2005 film “V for Vendetta”, the villainous High Chancellor of England, played by John Hurt, delivers the following televised address:
My fellow Englishmen: tonight our country, that which we stand
for, and all we hold dear, faces a grave and terrible threat. This
violent and unparalleled assault on our security will not go
undefended… or unpunished. Our enemy is an insidious one, seeking to divide us and destroy the very foundation of our great nation.
Note the last line of that speech and then listen to what Glenn
Beck said about 911 “Truthers” in a 2007 CNN show about the
confrontation between Bill Maher and a 911 “Truther” on his show “Reel Time” circa. October, 2007. At 1 minute, 51 seconds into this clip:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJSd-ymwYzE , Beck declares:
These “truthers” are exactly the kind of people who want to rock this nation’s foundation!
Sounds eerily familiar to the previous quote, does it
not? Coincidence? Or is Glenn Beck channeling the mind of author Alan
Moore, a self-described Kabbalist and Chaos Magician who penned both
the 1982 graphic novel “V for Vendetta” as well as the 1986 graphic novel “Watchmen”
that advocated false-flag terror as a Machiavellian “end justifies the
means” scenario that unites the world under a global government
following the nuking of a major U.S. city? Or is it just that all good
villains think the same? You be the judge. One thing is for sure.
Whoever is writing Glenn Beck’s material is of the same mind-set.
As a matter of fact, everything we see happening on the world stage sounds like a Hollywood film script. In James Cameron’s “Avatar”,
a planet is occupied and exploited for it’s mineral wealth. Now we
find the U.S. occupation of Haiti, which has just recently found to be
sitting on a vast fortune in mineral resources of oil, gold, uranium,
zirconium and iridium.
If you hear that George Soros and Warren Buffet are buying up
desert properties in Nevada, you’d better start worrying about
California sinking into the ocean after a tectonic weapon causes a
major earthquake along the San Andreas fault-line as depicted in the
1978 film: “Superman: The Movie”.
If only we ran Hollywood. Maybe we could write ourselves out of the terrible mess these villains put us in.