The media relentlessly mocked Glenn for his theories that the “Arab Spring” wasn’t going to be the democratic movement that resulted in peace and love that everyone thought it was going to be. New video seems to confirm Glenn’s theory that a union of communists, socialists, and radical Islamists would form in order to take down the West under the guise of the democratic revolutions sweeping the Middle East.
A few months ago when the protests started to erupt in Egypt, Glenn went on the record early and said the following:
1) Groups from the hardcore socialist left, and extreme Islam will work together because of the common enemy of Israel.
2) Groups from the hardcore socialist left and extreme Islam will work together because of the common enemy of capitalism.
3) Groups from the hardcore socialist left, and extreme Islam will work together to overturn relative stability, because in the status quo, they are both ostracized from power and the mainstream in most of the world.
“These are the things that you were called crazy for,” Stu told Glenn.
And now the following video has emerged:
“Remember back in January I told you that Tunisia was the beginning of the Archduke Ferdinand moment, that it would be something small. I've been looking for it for years. It would be something small like the Archduke Ferdinand assassination that started World War I. And I mean, who knew who this guy was? And when it happened, it didn't start World War I. It just started the ball rolling,” Glenn said.
“I said that the radicals, the Islamists and the communists and the socialists would all work together to destroy Israel and capitalism and to destabilize the world. I was called crazy relentlessly by everyone from Bill Kristol all the way down to, you know, Van Jones,” Glenn declared. “And I was called crazy because, of course, these people have nothing in common. Why would a communist want to work an Islamist?”
In the video that has just emerged, socialist Joseph Daher said, “Internationalism is the keyword, and thank you for mentioning it. Because what is happening, what happened we should remember, the student movement in U.K. also pushed other students all over Europe to organize and resist and to be in the streets. And as I said before, what is happening in the Arab region is against a global system. This is why everyone have to back it up because we are putting an end and threatening the capitalist system as a whole,” adding, “Have to push for this revolution. The threat is not from the Muslim Brotherhood. The threat is from this regime that are backed by Western imperialism.”
“So you understand what he's saying is the threat is not the Muslim Brotherhood. Exactly what our own president has said and exactly what George Soros has said. The greatest threat to peace and stability on the Earth, and justice, is the United States of America. That's George Soros. So what is he saying? He's saying the same thing. That the greatest threat, the reason why these revolutions are happening is not only because of these regimes but the Western capitalist systems that are backing them,” Glenn said.
Daher later said, “We coalesce with Muslim Brotherhoods with different political groups, more conservative, because we have a common objective. It was the fall of the regime, the fall of Ben Ali, Warrick and others. And we walk together ‑‑ we walk separately, but we head together.”
“As our political interests will be different, we will criticize them. I was always explaining to some comrades of me because I said I support the resistance of Lebanon. Hezbollah, I support them from the resistance. Boy, but they are a Islamic political group. Listen. One day we resist together against a common enemy like Israel, we have to join our forces in the resistance. But when Hezbollah is doing their liberal policies with the help of different political groups, I criticize them. This is our position,” Daher said.
Glenn warned, “So once they finish off the West, then the real battle begins. And it will begin and be waged between the socialists and the communist radicals and the Islamic radicals. Again, I go back to the question that I asked you in February of this year. Who do you think wins that battle? Jerusalem is the line in the sand.”
“I don't believe it is a coincidence that we are brought back to the beginning of civilization, that we are approaching a time when the world is turning on an axis that is the Temple Mount. I just don't think it's a coincidence. And I also don't think that this is anything less than one of the most historic opportunities in all of man's history. That is quite a statement, and I understand that. But what you are living through right now will be recorded for thousands of years, assuming there is thousands of years left.”
“Now, the question is can this audience break this cycle and break enough people? Because we are further behind the eight ball than we were in World War II because we don't have the community anymore. We don't have the stability in our own families, our children. We don't have the education that we used to as far as our values and our principles. We don't have the financial resources that we used to have, as a country or as individuals. Our grandparents were not up to their eyeballs in debt. So can we reverse it? The answer is yes. Yes. But it's going to require us rolling up our sleeves,” Glenn said.