Glenn Beck is the worst kind of conspiracy theorist, operating in the great tradition
of Father Coughlin, Gerald L.K. Smith, Pat Robertson and countless other demogogues
who’ve pointed to a secret global network of pure evil, dedicated to the ruination and
enslavement of all good Americans (i.e., white Christians) for the sake of its own alien
(i.e., Jewish/Negro) empire.
Such is the not-so-subtle subtext of Beck’s rants against, say, George Soros in particular
(and not the ruling elites of world capital in general), and his fevered jeremiads against
Obama as a “racist” demogogue. (Paranoids tend to be malign projectors of their own
malignity onto the objects of their wrath.) The fascist thrust of Glenn Beck’s paranoia
came quite clear when he recently extolled The Red Network, a self-published classic
(1935) of crackpot dot-connecting, by Elizabeth Dilling, whose views of “Jewry” shortly
made her a fierce Hitlerite. (During the war, she was listed as a pro-Axis subversive.)
On his TV show, Beck waved around a copy of that book, and hailed its author for
having done exactly what he’s trying to do today.
So where were, and where are, the MSM attacks on Glenn Beck as conspiracy theorist?
Why does his wild, proto-fascist speculation get a daily pass, while any effort to discuss
the mysteries of 9/11, or the evidence of vast election fraud–however sober and well-
evidenced such talk may be–is instantly deplored and/or laughed off as mere
“conspiracy theory,” posing some grave danger to our national mental health?
And now here’s Byron Williams, a would-be mass murderer, who hails Beck as the
“schoolteacher” who opened up his eyes–thereby inspiring him to plan a bloodbath
at the Tides Foundation (often named by Beck as a big player in the “conspiracy”).
(Beck sees Tides and ACORN as Obama’s co-conspirators–this mad conspiracist
also being a staunch denialist when it comes to 9/11 and Republican election fraud.)
So how long will “the liberal media,” and the Establishment it serves, keep mum about
Beck’s poisoned tongue? Probably as long as they continue to approve his one-man
drive against “the left,” even if they find his style distasteful.