Glenn Beck is self-proclaimed world historical figure
Who can argue with that?
On April 20, 2010, Glenn Beck said on his radio show:
Beck: Yesterday, when I walked out of the studio, I looked at Pat and I almost said to Pat — I said, “I can feel it coming.” He said, “I know.” He said, “They are just strong in power and focus.” And I said, “It’s just — it’s darkness, and I can just feel it coming.” And I started to say, “The problem is, is that — ” and I stopped, because I don’t want to utter something like this without really thinking it through, but what I was about to say is, “the problem is that God is giving a plan, I think, to me that is not really a plan.”
And I stopped myself, because I wouldn’t want to utter those things out loud, if that’s not exactly right, and it’s not. That time of reflection, it took me about 30 seconds as Pat stood there thinking, “Oh jeez, did he forget we were having a conversation?” And I said, “The problem is that I think the plan that the Lord would have us follow is hard for people to understand.”
But I’m telling you, here’s what I feel with everything in me. If you’ve listened to this program – they’re going to use this against me – If you’ve listened to this program for a long time, you know who I am, and you know that many of the things that I have done and said, that have put me in, you know, harm’s way in one way or another, they always start at the same place. They always start at my gut or my heart, and then I figure it out as we go along. All the stuff that I feel has been important on this show has been things that I felt and didn’t understand. I say because of my track record with you who have been here for a long time, because of my track record with you, I beg of you to help me get this message out, and I beg of you to pray for clarity on my part.
The plan that He would have me articulate, I think, to you, is “Get behind me.” And I don’t mean me, I mean Him. “Get behind me. Stand behind me.” I truly believe, I have done years now of reading the Founders, their diaries, their letters, the Pilgrims, their diaries, their letters. I’ve read the firsthand letters, I’ve held them in my hand. The exchanges between the Founders, I’ve held their actual letters in my hand. I have seen it with my own eyes, and I will tell you that God was instrumental and they knew it. They knew they had very little to do with it, they just stood where they were supposed to stand and they said the things that they were supposed to say, as He directed. Some of them lost their way; some of them got it wrong. They go back and forth, they were human, but that’s what He’s asking us to do, is to stand, peacefully, quietly, with anger, quiet with anger, loudly with truth. Faith is the answer. Get on your knees, don’t let it take a September 11, please, get on your knees. I don’t care what church you go to, no church at all, I don’t care. Turn to Him.
- A psychopathological condition characterized by delusional fantasiesof wealth, power, or omnipotence.
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Yesterday, Media Matters reported that Beck is moving forward with his plan to present The Plan to the American people at his Restoring Honor Rally:
Beck: It’s 8-28 on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, August 28th. I ask you to come. And I ask you to leave your signs at home. And I ask you to bring your children with you.
On his May 26th radio broadcast, Beck claimed that the rally will restore the civil rights movement.
Beck: This is going to be an iconic event. This is going to be a moment that you’ll never be able to paint people as haters, racists, none of it. This is a moment quite honestly, that I think we reclaim the civil rights movement. It has been so distorted, and so turned upside down. It’s an abomination.
Now, while we’re not going to talk about the issues of illegal immigration or anything that’s happening in Washington, because we must repair honor and integrity and honesty first, I tell you right now, we are on the right side of history. We are on the side of individual freedoms and liberties, and damn it we will reclaim the civil rights moment. We will take that movement because we were the people that did it in the first place.
Beck added: “When our children are the ones that are writing history, it will be remembered as the turning point in the American experiment.”
The Review wonders what the NCAAP thinks about this. The Urban League has organized a counter-march.
Beck is selling posters promoting his event for only $100.00! Check it out:
If this isn’t enough to answer the title question, consider that Beck also claims to be the target of a wide ranging conspiracy to destroy him. Again from MM:
Beck believes his “life may be at stake” due to conspiracy against him. Beck has repeatedly detailed what he claims are conspiracies to destroy him. Parties Beck identified as members of these conspiracies include: The White House, President Obama, other members of the Obama Administration, the IRS, the SEIU, the AFL-CIO, Media Matters, SEIU President Andy Stern, Sojourners president Jim Wallis, former administration official Van Jones, Congressman Anthony Weiner, George Soros, andRobert Creamer. Beck claims that due to these conspiracies, his “life may be at stake” and his “children have been in jeopardy.”
He thinks that the people he has attacked are out to get him. Perhaps the question that needs to be asked is Glenn Beck: God’s messenger or paranoid megalomaniac?
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