While Glenn may have revealed some of the backstage stories of Restoring Courage, he couldn’t quite reveal where he was headed after Cape Town, South Africa. He did, however, elaborate on why he had chosen to go to Cape Town on his travels.
“We are in Cape Town, South Africa. South Africa, unfortunately, in the past, probably best known for Apartheid over the world. No longer. They have corrected the mistakes of the past and are moving forward as a new country united and they shook this evil without revolution, a remarkable people and a remarkable land,” Glenn said.
“Apartheid is going to play a role in the conversation of the world again, but they're going to blame Israel for Apartheid and we're here to set the record straight on what Apartheid was and what it is and is it happening in Israel or not. That's why we're here and then tomorrow we're going to be in South America.”
“By the way, Apartheid solved in South Africa peacefully,” he added. “We should figure out how South Africa did that. Huh? People classified into population groups including skin color, their classification determined their wages, their pensions, their jobs, their schools, and their living area. That was South Africa.”
Glenn said that people on the left are now trying to say the same is happening in Israel, and that Muslims are forced to live in one places and the Jewish people another. The left will claim that the fences up are to keep the Palestinians locked away, when it is in reality a security measure because of the amount of violence and suicide bombing and more being done against Israel.