Monday, March 15, 2010

Glenn Beck Keynote Speaker at CPAC Wants to Eradicate All Progressives Meanwhile Main Stream Media Barely Notices

Painting by German artist George Grosz 1920s referring to trouble makers like Hitler. Glenn Beck is just another agitator

UPDATE: 12:35 PM March 15, 2010
First pub. Feb. 27, 2010
This post is worth repeating with all of the Media attention Glenn Beck has been getting. This should have been a bigger news story it was either skipped or seen as a joke made by Glenn Beck the clown. He has been spewing this vile swill for years. Finally he is getting attention and public criticisms. So did he finally upset or piss off the wrong people with his equating "Social Justice" with Communism and Nazism. Beck's opinions and conspiratorial paranoid delusions are seen in full view in his video mocking President Obama and his administration. In this video Beck portrays Obama as the New Big Brother, or Stalin or Mao Tse Tung or even Hitler. Beck paints a rather disturbing picture of Obama and liberals and progressives. If Obama is as dangerous as Beck suggest then removing Obama by any and all means necessary is a foregone conclusion. Whatever Beck's motives his loyal audience take him quite seriously even if others do not.

And so we finally see tyranny's hideous image within our midst: It's not a tightly cropped mustache in a beige uniform; it's a clean-shaven baby face in a suit -- a rodeo clown with a chalkboard who unfortunately speaks for modern-day conservatism.

Quote by David Sirota from his article: Glenn Beck Finally Admitted His Great Desire: To 'Eradicate' Progressives by david Sirota at, Feb. 26, 2010

Let us begin with Glenn Beck's Parody about Obama and change. From the beginning Glenn Beck has shown his fear and hatred of Obama & progressives. This to some is just a funny bit but if taken seriously what does it mean. It means that President Obama has usurped the Presidency and therefore all who disagree with him or all who are "Real Americans" will do whatever is necessary to oust him from power . Beck reminds his audience over and over again that merely defeating Obama in the next election is not good enough but that these progressives must be eliminated from Government and all American institutions-schools ,universities, the media etc.

O' Hail the Messiah Lord Obama- August 2008

Progressives and liberals and those who believe in what Obama called a "More perfect Union" must be more willing to pay attention to what these Uberconservatives are preaching and be willing to expose their fallacious arguments and their distorted view of history. ie let them know that Obama is not the new Hitler or Mao Tse Tung or Stalin-
as for Glenn Beck as the new spokesperson for the Conservative/TeaParty/9/12 Movement -
Beck wants to eliminate or eradicate all progressives/liberals who are according to him destroying America.
So does Beck mean ousting progressives through elections or a combination of elections and a new all out Witch Hunt ala McCarthyism to seek out progressives and have them removed not just from government but also from the public schools, universities, the Media etc.
Beck promotes the notion that Progressivism is America's Enemy within.
Beck equates Progressivism with Communism & Collectivism which must be eradicated.
He argues that a minority of progressives have hijacked American democracy .
He argues that Real Americans must not just work to eradicate certain Progressive Government Programs and ideas but must have the courage to dismantle all progressive programs and those who support such programs must be driven out of government .

He criticizes the idea that personal wealth must be acquired by Noble means -ie without being the result of corruption. According to Beck acquiring wealth by any means is acceptable and no one has the right to tax the wealthy.
Beck & his fellow travelers believe there should not be any regulations restricting corporations in any way shape or form.
He is against Creating any government programs to help the poor or the working poor.
He argues that the poor are poor because of their actions or in actions & so must accept the responsibility for their lives.
So it is a matter of "natural Selection" which determines one's fate. Remarkable how these anti-Evolution pro-biblical literalism are against Darwin except in relation to the rise of the wealthy elite of which he is now a part.
Beck says one of the important rights for Americans is "The Right To Fail".
So how far will Beck and his friends go to bring about a new Conservative anti-government Movement which will control federal and state legislators or their in his view bloated unnecessary bureaucracies.

Glenn Beck Keynote Speech at CPAC Part 1

Glenn Beck - Part 2 at CPAC

Glenn Beck Part 3 at CPAC

Glenn Beck Finally Admitted His Great Desire: To 'Eradicate' Progressives by david Sirota at, Feb. 26, 2010

We owe Beck gratitude for using his keynote address to CPAC to so frankly outline what the conservative movement has become -- and why it repulses so many Americans.

Coming days after an anti-tax terrorist kamikaze-attacked a government facility in Texas, and following Republicans like Sen. Scott Brown and Rep. Steve King expressing sympathy for that terrorist's grievances, Beck's homily stands as the moment's most forthright manifesto on the right's authoritarian objectives.

Beck began his speech posing as a libertarian against "big government." Notice that most Republican icons are now doing this, though not all resemble Beck -- not all of them previously pushed the big-government Patriot Act or the even-bigger-government bank bailout.

From there, Beck worked up a drenching sweat, criticizing Theodore Roosevelt's notion that we should make sure the accumulation of wealth is "honorably obtained" and "represents benefit to the community."

His porcine complexion verging on crimson, Beck called that concept of "community" a "cancer" that "is not our founders' idea of America" -- somehow forgetting the notions of community and solidarity inherent in the founders' "Join or Die" motto.

But ignorance, no matter how embarrassing, doesn't get in Beck's way. To wild applause, he labeled this alleged tumor of "community" the supposedly evil "progressivism" -- and he told disciples to "eradicate it" from the nation.

The lesson was eminently clear, coming in no less than the keynote address to one of America's most important political conventions. Beck taught us that a once-principled conservative movement of reasoned activists has turned into a mob -- one that does not engage in civilized battles of ideas. Instead, these torch-carriers, gun-brandishers and tea partiers follow an anti-government terrorist attack by cheering a demagogue's demand for the physical annihilation of those with whom he disagrees -- namely anyone, but particularly progressives, who value "community."

No doubt, some conservatives will parse, insisting Beck was only endorsing the "eradication" of progressivism but not of progressives. These same willful ignoramuses will also likely say that the Nazis' beef was with Judaism but not Jews, and that white supremacists dislike African-American culture but have no problem with black people.

Other conservatives will surely depict Beck's "eradication" line as just the jest of a self-described "rodeo clown" -- merely the "fusion of entertainment and enlightenment," as his radio motto intones. But if Beck is half as smart as he incessantly tells listeners he is, then he knows it's no joke.

In a melting-pot nation of slave descendants and immigrant refugees haunted by ancestral memories of despotic violence, Beck is deliberately employing coded and menacing language, warning his opponents not to believe Sinclair Lewis' refrain that such horror "can't happen here." Beck wants adversaries to know that it can and it will -- to them, and at his movement's hands.

Really, the threat isn't even veiled. To understand it, just ponder comparisons. For instance, ask yourself: What is the difference between Beck's decree and that of Rwanda's genocidal leaders in the 1990s? The former broadcasted a call to "eradicate" the "cancer"-like progressives; the latter a call to "exterminate the cockroaches." Likewise, what separates Beck's screed from a bin Laden fatwa? They may employ different ideologies and languages, but both endorse the wholesale elimination of large groups of Americans.

And so we finally see tyranny's hideous image within our midst: It's not a tightly cropped mustache in a beige uniform; it's a clean-shaven baby face in a suit -- a rodeo clown with a chalkboard who unfortunately speaks for modern-day conservatism.

and so it goes,

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