Not many in America are talking about Brexit --- the British exit from the European Union --- but a vote takes place this Thursday and the stakes are huge, with global implications.
Glenn compared the situation of European countries like Germany and England to what's happening with to the states in America.
"Germany and England, they're having to abide by parliamentary laws now, and it is the EU that is forcing these countries to take all of these immigrants. And they don't want to live by that. It is just like our federal government now forcing states to do things. It's exactly the same, except we're used to the states now -- and we shouldn't be -- used to the states being subservient to the federal government. Germans certainly aren't used to being subservient to a federal body that nobody really likes," Glenn explained.
As part of the EU, Germany and England are on the hook for bailing out their fellow EU countries like Italy, Greece and Spain that haven't been producing, but spending and borrowing loads of money.
"This is really all about bailouts and immigrants," Glenn said.
Should England vote to leave the EU, it will change the world and change it quickly.
"There will be a movement, and the euro will fall and everybody will have to reset their currency. It will be the beginning of a reset of currency. Everybody will have to reset their currency. All the laws will go back. No more European laws. It will go back to the home countries. It's going to be a nightmare, a nightmare. They have spent billions of dollars putting all this EU framework in, and all of a sudden the EU parliament is an empty building? Huge, huge change and will lead to real civil unrest," Glenn said.
The stakes couldn't be higher with a power struggle over the European continent and the global financial market reacting to a potentially dramatic change. While pushing the reset button would be a difficult and painful process, it's what many think needs to happen.
"This is not something we've talked about at length on the air, but if you were voting, you would vote to exit. Would you not?" Co-host Stu Burguiere asked Glenn.
"Oh, my gosh, yes," Glenn said.
"I wouldn't want to be a part of the European Union. I'd be out in a second," Stu confirmed.
Listen to this segment beginning at mark 3:50 from The Glenn Beck Program:
Featured Image: Conservative MP David Davis attends the final 'We Want Our Country Back' public meeting of the EU Referendum campaign on June 20, 2016 in Gateshead, England. Campaigning continues across the UK as the country goes to the polls on Thursday, to decide whether Britain should leave or remain in the European Union. (Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)