Revolutionary Holocaust airs Friday, January 22 at 5p ET...
GLENN: My rule is never talk down to the audience. You have to explain it in different ways to where it makes sense because things sometimes can be so complex, but never talk down to the audience. They will watch. If you don't treat them like nincompoops, they will watch and they'll digest. They're starving for it. I need to tell the history, the true history, the unspoken, untaught, unseen history of communism, Marxism, progressivism, things that you have never seen before. George Bernard Shaw is loved. He's a progressive hero. He's a fantastic playwright. He was a cold blooded killer. I mean, he talked about, we found film of him that I don't believe has ever been seen before that he says, look, I don't really have a problem with these people. He's a progressive. "I don't really have a problem with these people. I don't want to kill people." But I mean, some of them just aren't useful. They have to die. Whoa. I'm going to show you stuff from the Soviet Union that has been erased in our history books, and you have to ask yourself why. I will show you footage, film that came out of the old KGB archives and you are just not going to see any place else. They have been buried. And because the progressives don't want the history of the Soviet Union really understood, it's buried. We went to, what was his name, Viktor Yushchenko? He's the guy who was poisoned by the KGB, remember, and he has pockmarks all over his face? We did it he's the president of the Ukraine. We did a sit down interview with him for this over in the Ukraine. He talks about the history that's lost and erased. We'll show you Castro the way only people who lived through Castro in Cuba remember. We're going to show you Che and only the survivors of Che. They are the only ones that really remember. That is the slogan really or the place setting that I have set for the table for this show and for me this year and that is remember, on Friday I want you to watch. You are going to have to watch. An executive came to me on well, last night and said, Glenn, I watched the first fifteen minutes of this show three times, and I think I have to go back and watch it again. I learned something new each time I watched it. I watched it three times in a row to be able to digest it. His concern was that it's too much meat. It's just too much. All of this stuff is new and you will be like, whoa, whoa, wait, what? And I said, I have one hour to be able to show America what they haven't seen ever. He said, okay, well, I know how you treat your audience and they've always been remarkable. TiVo this show. Because you're going to watch it three times. Watch it first for yourself. Then maybe watch it a couple more times for yourself. Then watch it with your children. Make sure your children understand. They will ask you, I promise you, they will ask you what the person who has their master's in history who is fact checking this every step of the way, she said to me last week, I'm really angry. And when I asked why, she said, because I have my master's in history and I didn't learn any of this, and I want to know why. It's not Glenn's history. It's film that you've never seen before. Your children or grandchildren will never, ever wear a Che T shirt ever again. And by the way, one last thought. When I say have your kids watch it, I don't mean the little ones. This is disturbing. It is truly disturbing. But equally as disturbing as I mean, Pat, when we first started going over some of the film, how long did it take you to get some of those images and some of those things? Some of the things that we learned about Marx and what he had said and some of the I mean, how long did that take you before it was it's one of those things that will not sit with you right.
PAT: Yeah. Took days. And as bad a guy as we thought Karl Marx was, I think we found out he was
GLENN: Much, much worse. As bad as you think Stalin was, much, much worse. You don't know anything about Che. Unbelievably bad. Unbelievably bad. It's unsettling. But I will tell you this. What will last with you is you'll have a lasting impression of, okay, I see where all this leads. But what will really last with you is, my gosh, if I didn't know this about our enemies, what haven't they taught us about us. This is the progressive education that you have received. This is the beginning of the antidote for that. Make a choice because once your eyes are opened, you can't close them again.