President Obama spoke at the United Nations today and gave one of his classic apology tour speeches. He spent a lot of time condemning the poorly made YouTube video that even the administration admits was not the cause of the Libyan terrorist attack.
TheBlaze pulled some of the highlights of the speech below:
During the speech, Obama claimed "The future must not belong to those who slander the prophet of Islam."
This brought a lot of connections together for Glenn, who saw the protests in the Middle East as an effort by radical Islamists to outlaw the criticism of their Prophet and their religion.
"Let's just talk about this just for a second. Slandering the prophet of Islam, what does that even mean?" Glenn asked the audience.
Glenn said that Obama's statements could be inferred to be a condemnation of freedom of speech when it comes to criticizing religion. He referenced a UN resolution which is currently being discussed which would criminalize blasphemy. The resolution has a lot of support from Muslim areas of the world, and the proposal has a lot of support in the wake of the chaos in the Middle East the past few weeks.
Glenn pointed out that the resolution would have to go through Congress to become law here, and many believe it would never pass.
"But if there's a real crisis going on, which is just at the beginning, you'll get people to sweep in to anything to just make it stop," Glenn said.
Glenn pointed out that much of what is being done now in the United States can be linked to a Muslim Brotherhood plan to infiltrate the United States through a variety of methods, including indoctrination.
"Think of what they're teaching our children. That Jesus is a myth. That God is a myth. That none of this stuff actually was ‑‑ and you've got to stop talking. These crazy people who say the world was created and it doesn't just spontaneously combust, those are crazy people. However, however, you need to be tolerant of the people who are different than you like those in Muslim countries. 'You don't understand their rich and varied culture.' Excuse me. They're mutilating women. They're beating women. They ‑‑ are you crazy? That's more detrimental to humankind than saying that there was a creator? Are you out of your mind?"
"So no Jesus, no Jews. That's crazy stuff. But tolerate Muslims in education. In art and culture it's the same thing, in television. Remember how they were talking about they need a 'Little House of Islam'? How all of these organizations are trying to put new shows on that just show Muslims in really happy places? You know why? Because they've learned. The left and radical Islam are the same in many ways. They've learned. What was the biggest thing for gay marriage? What's the biggest thing that happened? The best thing? The best thing that happened for gay marriage was Will and Grace. You mainstream it. You change people's perceptions. And they are doing it on all fronts."
"Meanwhile go try to find a good Christian on a good contemporary, cool show on television. You can't. Go find a cool conservative. You can't. South Park can rip Christianity apart. You can rip Mormons apart on Broadway, not a problem, but you can't say a word in intellectual discussion about Islam."
"Can you imagine if we did a show on the Prophet Muhammad on Broadway? They would burn all of Broadway down."
Glenn then shifted gears to what would cause a violent jihad - a crisis.
"Here's the last part: Crisis. It is planned. It is in The Project. There will come a time for global jihad. They've just been positioning their troops. They just need to soften us enough, get in, make us ready to snap and then have the crisis. The crisis is here. The crisis is called the Arab Spring. But beyond that there is an economic, a global economic crisis that is coming. They know it. They helped plan it. And the easiest, the easiest way to win it is to use that crisis that they created but blame it on hate. Blame it on a movie that came out in the summertime but was released strategically to fall in line with what they needed. I mean, that's what's happening, gang," Glenn concluded.