Everyone keeps downplaying the words coming out of the protesters own mouths down at Occupy events around the country. Here's one popular anthem popping up at Occupy protests around the country - it goes '
"We stand against your desire for more. Hear how we knock. Soon there won't be a door. And what you won't share will be ripped from your hands. Your body destroyed the way fire lands."
They're not playing around - revolutionaries never do.
"You see person after person after person at these rallies saying these exact same things: We're going to kill them, I want 9/11s, we want to burn them, we want to rip them out of their places of business," Stu said.
"But here's what's really interesting. You're seeing this and you're saying, where is this coming from? Where did this come from? Well, it came from the 1960s here with the Weather Underground, but where did they get it? They got it from communist revolutionaries and they were looking at anyone that was violent. They got it with the violence. But now you see the violence of the Middle East. Now you see the Islamic violence, the ones that will blow themselves up and do any ‑‑ and just kill. Kill, kill, kill, kill. Isn't it interesting to see. Look on The Blaze. They are now in the Middle East. The Palestinians are trying to market themselves as Rosa Parks. So what's happened is the Martin Luther King movement has been bastardized over here and it has been ‑‑ it's violent. It's violent. That's not Martin Luther King. It's violent. It's antireligion. It's anti‑Christian. That's not Martin Luther King. Read his pledge. That's not Martin Luther King. And now in the Palestinians, the uprising with the Islamic regimes, they're trying to make themselves into Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King. They're feeding each other and they're only playing for you. That's it. They're playing for whatever remnant of the West," Glenn said.
"Last night somebody sent this to me and I thought, this is great. Listen to the words of this. Compare it to Occupy Wall Street and what they're singing, you're going to string you up in the streets. Compare it to this."
Glenn then played the below,'Say What You Believe' by Echoing Angels"