8 stories that PROVE the world is on the BRINK OF DISASTER

Food insecurity could end more lives around the world than COVID did. Germany is discussing how to ration oil and gas — thanks to Russia shutting out Europe from its supplies — which could lead to another world war. China is liquidating U.S. bonds, Japan is ‘on the verge of oblivion,’ and Democrats in America desperately are pushing to pack the Supreme Court. Glenn details these stories — PLUS MORE — which all prove one thing: Our world is on the BRINK OF DISASTER.


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GLENN: Food insecurity. Food security crisis is on the horizon. And experts now, are saying that it could kill more people, than covid did worldwide.

It -- I -- I hope we're not going to feel it, too horribly here. But if we have own borders, we will. Because they will come in droves. Because they will not have food in South America.

And we should do everything we can. Again, if I were president today, I would make it very, very clear.

I'm cutting the red tape on all energy. I'm cutting all the red tape on farming. And, you know, we'll come back to normal. But right now, we need people to farm, and to drill and get energy out of the ground. Do you know, what we could do for the rest of the world, in good. Not by not being involved in war and everything else. Just by saying, farmers, here's the mission.

Our moon shot is to feed the world, in the next 12 to 18 months. So gear up, what do you need?

We have a moon shot. We need to get oil, to the rest of the world. Because Russia is going to cut off the oil and the gas. They're talking now, already, about rationing gasoline, and fuel in -- in Germany.

This is going to cripple Europe. And we will go into war, if this actually happens. And are we stable?

We could be so stable right now, financially, if we were doing the right things, to help people in the world.

Meanwhile, we're just pissing everybody off. And China's holdings of U.S. debt, have fallen below $1 trillion. That's the first time in 12 years.

They're liquidating all of our bonds. They are not holding our debt. That leaves Japan, which is on the verge of oblivion. That leaves Japan, as the largest holder now, of our U.S. treasuries. Soon, it will just be the fed.

FBI and DHS also have confirmed. And, again, are we getting stronger or weaker?

FBI and Department of Homeland Security are purchasing and using Chinese-made drones from a company with close links to the Chinese government.

So you know, everything is linked to the Chinese government. You own a business. You have a party member there, that is making sure that everything you do helps China.

We -- we have been warning that we cannot use Chinese technology, because Chinese technology is gathering information.

And especially from the DHS and the FBI.

Why would you want to use drones that would send information to China?

This is craziness. The only reason you do that, is because you're making money. Or you're beholden to the Chinese government.

Also, Shut Down DC, another Marxist group. Shut down DC just announced that they are going to disrupt the congressional basketball game.

That's smart. That's smart. I can't imagine anything going wrong there. Get a bunch of liberals to show up at the basketball diamond.

Oh, my gosh. I just realized, that's a really bad idea. Didn't they try to kill all the members. The Republican members of Congress? At that same basketball diamond?

PAT: Oh, yeah. But that was so long ago.

GLENN: I forgot. We should remind them. Who even remembers?

PAT: Nobody.

GLENN: And they deserve it anyway. Meanwhile, on the crisis list, BlackRock, its profits have fallen 22 percent. BlackRock is -- is not making the money, that they were hoping that they would make on this new green deal.

And speaking of the green deal, Congress -- or, I'm sorry. Biden, according to the Washington Post today, could declare a climate emergency, as soon as this week.

Potential move comes days after Joe Manchin told Democratic leaders, he does not support his party's efforts to advance a sprawling economic package, this month, that includes billions of dollars, to address global warming. If emergency has invoked, it could empower the Biden administration, in its effort to see reduce climate emissions and to foster a cleaner energy.

Two of the individuals with knowledge of the discussion say that they also expect the president to announce a slew of additional actions, aimed at curbing planet warming emissions. The exact scope and timing of any announcement remain influx.

The president made it clear, if the Senate doesn't act to tackle the climate crisis and strengthen our domestic clean energy industry, he will.

So that's -- that's really good. Jarrett HEP Burnstein, top White House economic advisor emphasized to reporters at a news briefing earlier in the day, that Biden would work aggressively to fight, to attack climate change.

So we have that going for us. We now have the last piece that is needed to take over a country. You just need an emergency that could happen as soon as this week.

Meanwhile, house Democrats are pushing a bill to add four seats to the Supreme Court.

PAT: Hmm.

GLENN: Unbelievable.

PAT: Now, that would be catastrophic.

GLENN: By the way, they're -- catastrophic. It's over.

You couple the Supreme Court with what would have to be a filibuster reform. You pack the court.

PAT: Yeah.

GLENN: You get rid of the filibuster. And you declare a national emergency. You do not return from that.

You don't.

PAT: Yeah. I mean, I think that's -- that's accurate.

It's frightening. But it's definitely accurate. And this would accomplish his goal of finishing the fundamental transformation of America, that Obama started. And that's what he plans to do, I think.

GLENN: Imagine -- imagine America being lost. I think we'll really see. The world will feel America's loss, I think in the next 24 months. I think when we start to go into global food crisis, there will not be bags of wheat from the United States that are coming in. There will not be all that food, that we shipped, that usually rots, on the -- on the tarmac. Because, you know, it's all corrupt.

And I think we're going to see the rest of the world feel the absence of the United States and our charitable giving.

It's -- it's terrifying. Terrifying.

PAT: Well, by far. By far for as long as I think any kind of records have been kept. The United States of America.

American citizens have been the most generous on the face of the planet.

To the tune of -- you know, we -- we think that our government gives a lot in foreign aid. Private individuals and corporations give over 300 billion dollars a year, to the rest of the -- to the rest of the planet. So, I mean, that's something that, you know, if we have a catastrophe, then those people in poverty, in abject poverty, they're going to be left to fend for themselves. It's going to be a disaster, if it happens.

GLENN: I -- I think this is going to be remembered as Mao's five-year plan.

When he starved millions of people to death. Because he knew a better way to farm.

And he didn't. He knew nothing about farming. But he claimed that, you know, he was inspired. And he could -- he could fix farming for China. And the first year, I don't remember what it was. Like 2 million people died.

And he said, just keep going. And then the next year, like 10 million people died. In the end, I think it was 30 million that died in his five-year plan. And he didn't care.

He just didn't care. Because, it's good for everybody else. This is so Malthusian.

The Malthusians believed that -- that we have to get rid of humans. There's just too many humans. And any way to liquidate humans is good.

Now, think of that when you talk about climate change. How many people do you hear, when they talk about the planet, talk about how it's too crowded. We have too many people.

You know, I'm -- you know, I don't think we need to bring anymore people into the world.

Look at the Malthusian kind of attitude of the complete lives system. That once you're over really 50, but definitely 60. You get very little medical care. Because there's no purpose for you to live anymore.

You're not serving society.

It's -- it's -- it's a frightening thing, when you look at the same kind of progressive thought, that brought you Planned Parenthood. And the murder of millions of babies. The same group of people. The American progressives, that taught Germans about eugenics, and -- and all of the nasty stuff of race purity. A lot of that came from us, and our progressive movement here in the United States.

PAT: Uh-huh.

GLENN: That kind of stuff is still going on in -- in just different ways. But it's still going on. You wipe out a whole bunch of people, using starvation, because of a war, he couldn't do anything about it. When -- it's absolutes a lie. When we're just going to have to take it. Take those blows to the face. Because we have to get off of green energy. If people are suffering or die, they don't care. It actually helps their plan.

PAT: But you remember what Bernard Shaw said. In what is this?

The '30s?

VOICE: Who are more trouble than they are worth. Just put them there. And say, sir, or madam. Now, will you be kind enough to justify your existence? If you can't justify your existence, if you're not pulling your weight, then clearly -- clearly you cannot HEP organization of our society for the former purpose. Because your life (inaudible).

PAT: Georgia Bernard Shaw. That's just staggering. One of the most famous playwrights in -- in world history, and that's how he felt about people.

Whatever. If you can't produce as many potatoes, as you consume. We'll just have to kill you. I mean, not in a mean way.

Well, we'll make sure that your death is fairly painless. But you have to be killed nonetheless.

GLENN: Well, he was -- yeah. And he was the guy who said, there's got to be a way, to have some sort of a gas, or gas chamber. Where you could kill people quickly.

PAT: Uh-huh.

GLENN: And efficiently. I mean, it's George freaking Bernard Shaw, that was the first to express gas chambers for the liquidation of people.

PAT: Incredible. Jeez.

GLENN: I mean. Wake up. We are headed in the same kind of direction. With the same crazy, dangerous people.

Why Conservatives Need 'Indoctrination Centers' | Liz Wheeler | The Glenn Beck Podcast | Ep 196

Why Conservatives Need 'Indoctrination Centers' | Liz Wheeler | The Glenn Beck Podcast | Ep 196

Liz Wheeler, host of “The Liz Wheeler Show,” wants everyone to know that our children are being attacked by “forces of Marxism.” It’s NOT an exaggeration, and her new book, “Hide Your Children: Exposing the Marxists Behind the Attack on America’s Kids,” shows exactly how the far Left has the nation’s youngest citizens in its crosshairs — especially within America’s public schools. In this episode of “The Glenn Beck Podcast,” Wheeler joins Glenn to outline exactly where these attacks are taking place. Plus, they discuss why Planned Parenthood recently has become a major force in the trans rights movement, the woke villainization of white, Christian men, and the biggest misconceptions regarding AI (artificial intelligence).

The DUMBEST Takes on the Border Crisis Glenn Has Ever Heard | Glenn TV | Ep 308

The DUMBEST Takes on the Border Crisis Glenn Has Ever Heard | Glenn TV | Ep 308

Multiple Democratic officials are speaking out after their policies have destroyed their cities. Is sanity finally coming back to America? On today’s Friday Exclusive, Glenn reacts to the sudden shift in Democrats' view on illegal immigration, even though some mainstream politicians are still holding firm. Also, Glenn responds to a Texas House member who claimed that Biden’s only crime is ‘loving his son.’ Next, Glenn explains how sinking the lifeboat will cause more tragedy than safety. Lastly, Glenn reacts to a shocking clip of a British official coming out against multiculturalism and a Polish official defending his anti-illegal immigration stance.

GOP & Fox News Are DEAD: Glenn Beck Reacts to 'WORST' Presidential Debate | Glenn TV | Ep 307

GOP & Fox News Are DEAD: Glenn Beck Reacts to 'WORST' Presidential Debate | Glenn TV | Ep 307

Were there ANY winners at the second GOP presidential debate hosted by Fox Business and Univision? Glenn calls it “the worst debate of my lifetime” and reveals who was the REAL loser. BlazeTV hosts Stu Burguiere, Steve Deace, and Pay Gray join with their raw reactions to candidates North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, and former Vice President Mike Pence. All hosts agree the candidates failed to provide the conservative base with a real conversation, especially since many of the questions could have been asked by MSNBC. They also address the bizarre appearance of Fox moderator Dana Perino introducing Hillary Clinton at a recent Clinton Global Initiative Event. And what about the elephant NOT in the room? Was Donald Trump, who chose striking UAW workers over debating candidates, the only winner? With the leading GOP candidate facing 91 felony indictments, Steve Deace says, “This is how we do assassination in America today" and that it’s vital we choose a strong second-place nominee … FAST.

THESE are the parts of the government Glenn would LOVE to SHUT DOWN

THESE are the parts of the government Glenn would LOVE to SHUT DOWN

The United States is once again on the verge of a government shutdown, but should Congress cave and pass a continuing resolution to spend a lot more money and save us all ... or do we not need saving? Glenn reviews what would actually happen under a government shutdown and which agencies we should probably shut down anyways. Maybe we need "15 Days to Slow the Spending."


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GLENN: All right. So here's what we have to do this weekend, beginning tonight at midnight, if we don't sign the CR, and continuing resolution, which will give just a buttload of money. Just keep spending, exactly like you were spending last year, and no real accountability for any of it.

And we have to add some more for a war.

If we don't sign that by tonight, we have to shut the government down. Pat Gray is joining us.

What will you do as of 12:01, tonight.

PAT: Well, Stu gave me a suggestion. Because I was confused what I would do when I came in. What am I going to do? What was your suggestion that I should do? Now, this is in the eventuality, of a government shutdown.

GLENN: Okay. Are you well read enough, to give a recommendation?

STU: I mean, I would be concerned if I was going to be held to some legal standard.

GLENN: Right. Because you're not not an expert.

STU: I'm not an expert. But I was thinking you could continue living your life exactly the same way.

GLENN: Okay.

PAT: Oh. Well, that's weird. What about the catastrophe that is -- what about that?

STU: Yeah. You would -- in this particular scenario. It's a fictional scenario, at some level.

GLENN: Okay. You're not a doctor. I think this is dangerous.

STU: What were the things you were going to do?

PAT: Do those things.

STU: The things you weren't going to do, don't do those.

PAT: It's crazy talk.

GLENN: All right. Hang on a second. Here's what's going to happen. Here's what's going to happen, okay? This is from the O and B. The Office of Management & Budget.

And they have now released the contingency plan.

So here's what's going to happen.

Now, please don't panic.

But economic indicators like the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the jobs report could -- could be delayed. This month.

PAT: Don't say that.


The federal mediation and conciliation service, which is charged with promoting labor management cooperation.

PAT: They'll still have that, right?

GLENN: Well, yes. Yes.

PAT: Good.

GLENN: However, they would have to cut back in its -- they won't close. But they'll have to cut back in some of the things they do.

And this all amid the strike with the auto workers.

PAT: Oh, my gosh.

GLENN: What are the unions and the -- and the -- you know, the plants going to do? Without federal officials. They'll never be able to do anything.

PAT: No, they won't.

STU: And the thing is, we're so a used to high efficiency from the government. That when you lose that -- society --

PAT: It all goes sideways.

GLENN: Time to throw everyone a bone here, so you don't panic. The Federal Reserve activity will be unaffected. So they can still raise the interest rates on November 1st, no matter what happens.

PAT: Good.

STU: Great.

GLENN: The Federal Trade Commission, however, would stop the vast bulk of its competition and consumer protection investigation.

PAT: You can't be serious.

GLENN: I am serious.

They have -- the vast bulk of them, would just stop.

STU: So some of them would continue?

GLENN: Yes. Yes.

STU: But the vast bulk of them -- what percentage does that translate to?

GLENN: Don't know. Vast bulk.

This is from the O&B.

The Security and Exchange Commission, will not review or improve registrations from investment advisers, broker dealers, transfer agents, rating organizations. Investment companies. And municipal advisers.

They're not going to be able to -- if you try to register --

PAT: At the SECC.

GLENN: You won't -- you won't be able to do it.

STU: What is that? For a new fund? Or something? New rating. A two-week process probably?

PAT: What about the FDIC? Do you have information on the FDIC?

GLENN: No, they still do not have all of the -- they're scrambling for this information.

STU: They didn't see this coming.

GLENN: Now, again, to give you some good news.

The IRS has not released this plan for the potential shutdown. However, previous plans have said that the IRS would use funds from Joe Biden's Inflation Reduction Act.

STU: Oh, good.

GLENN: To keep employees paid and working.

PAT: Thank heaven.

GLENN: And the union representing the IRS workers are saying, new plans are being discussed, that would involve some furloughs. However, businesses and individuals, who requested that six-month extension for your tax return in April. You will still be required to file by April 16.

PAT: Well, of course, you would.

STU: Yeah. By what date? October 16th. I was going to say, I thought I had more time.

GLENN: Yeah. Emergency relief is going to be a problem. A shutdown would create increased risk, that FEMA, their relief funds, could be depleted.

So there's a risk, that their funds could be depleted. If large additional catastrophic disasters occur. During the shutdown.

STU: Now, of course, they would very easily pass funding for that almost immediately. But still, we should deny that that would happen.

We will deny that any of these people will get their money afterward.

We all know they will retroactively pay off all of this stuff anyway. It will be a vacation for many people.

PAT: They've already done that. For many people. So, yeah. Sure.

GLENN: For those of you concerned about, hey. What about my energy?

What about the environment?

This is what this Draconian shutdown is going to do.

PAT: Thank you, Republicans.

GLENN: The interior department, which does all of the designing for the Capitol building, and the interiors, and pick out the drapes.

Oh, no. Apparently, it doesn't do that. The department of interior, will retain limited discretion to use permits for energy projects on federal lands and waters, when user fees are attached.

So they'll -- they'll retain just limited discretion, to issue those permits. You know, for drilling, and things like that.

PAT: They don't have full discretion.

GLENN: No. Not during a shutdown.

PAT: During a shutdown. Oh, no.

GLENN: A funding lapse would paralyze -- to develop would require environmental analysis for all energy projects. Highways. And other infrastructure.

The EPA, may be able to continue some IRA-funded activities.

As well as other attempted works such as settlement-funded cleanup at some Superfund sites.

PAT: Let's hope that is the case.

GLENN: Now. The White House is warning, most EPA led inspections at hazardous waste sites, as well as drinking water at chemical facilities, it's got to stop.

PAT: Oh, wow.

GLENN: So your drinking water. Could go completely -- it will stop.

PAT: It will turn to mud this weekend.

GLENN: Well, by Sunday. Maybe Monday.

The Energy Information Administration, which publishes snapshots of the US oil inventory.

It will continue to collect and publish data on schedule. But they say, at least initially.

At least initially. Our nuke sites are going to be maintained. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, however, will stop all licensing of new nuclear facilities.

PAT: Oh, there's so many of those going up too.

Because, I mean, we did the last one in 1978. And bang.

GLENN: This is going to stop.

PAT: Well, there's no new ones.

GLENN: But it will stop.

STU: This was the week. This was the week it would happen.

PAT: And now, thanks to you, MAGA Republicans.

GLENN: Right. Now transportation and travel.

Travelers could face delays as air traffic controllers and transportation security administration officers.

PAT: That will continue.

GLENN: Will be working without pay.

PAT: But without pay.

GLENN: Yeah. So people will --

PAT: I mean, they really are not. They will be paid. Just maybe not time.

GLENN: Right. Which is a hassle.

PAT: It is a hassle. I won't deny that.

GLENN: It is a hassle. However, Amtrak, they will keep transporting those 12 passengers. They will just keep going.

PAT: Is Ange going to continue to tell stories, about how many miles Joe Biden has traveled on the train.

Will he be there? Even in death, as he was when he told the story to Joe Biden?

GLENN: I don't know.

Now, passport and Visas will still be issued.

PAT: I thought those would be delayed. But they're not going to?

GLENN: Efforts to defend the nation and conduct ongoing military operations, will continue.

PAT: Right.

STU: That's good.

GLENN: Burials and tours, at Arlington National Cemetery would continue.

STU: Did anybody doubt, they would stop burying the bodies.

They'll just pile up, until we open up the government.

GLENN: COVID-19, response research including vaccine and therapeutic development by the US government will continue.

PAT: Will continue.

GLENN: The National Institute of Health, might have to postpone clinical trials for diseases like cancer or Alzheimer's, according to the White House. So this may throw him from solving cancer.

We were so close to him coming through with his promise of curing cancer, but it's the damn Republicans.

STU: We can actually check that at any point. If you go to,

GLENN: Can you check that real quick? We're really close.

STU: Has Joe Biden cured cancer?

No. Cancer still exists as of today.

GLENN: Food stamps for low income people. The disabled, and others could be delayed.

There's no excuse for that. There's no excuse for that.

That is just to trot out the downtrodden.

The people that just say, look at what's happening. If the IRS can stay open, food stamps can stay open. Social Security checks will be delivered. Applications for benefits processed. However, people will not be able to verify benefits or replace cards.

Most national parks will be closed. The Smithsonian and the National Gallery of Art may close.

PAT: Don't say that.

GLENN: Cemeteries. Monuments. Visitor centers. Worldwide housed under the American Battle Monuments submission, will close.

STU: So are they -- and you said the national parks will close.

That means that many of these open field areas, will -- will not be opened?

GLENN: Yeah. They will -- they will build some fences around those things.

STU: Are they -- we don't seem capable of building fences.

GLENN: They're closed.

But I will tell you, you know they're big on the blue.

They will just be -- I make sure you're out there.

And you enforce that law.

You have somebody coming into the national park.

We don't have bathrooms that are open.

No. What are they going to do, poop in the woods, what kind of animals do you think we are?

PAT: Well, we're animals that poop.

STU: Sometimes -- sometimes that works. At least for many, many centuries.

The Capitol Police will not get paid under this.

PAT: What!

STU: They will -- they will --

PAT: They're under assault again. Just as they were during the insurrection.

STU: By the same people. The extreme MAGA Republicans.

PAT: You're exactly right.

By the same people.

STU: Now they'll get their number later. But for now, they won't get paid.

Except, for them. Unlike thousands and thousands of other federal workers, they actually will still have to do a job.

Most of the federal workers that will get all their money and then not have to do their job for however long this takes.

Which is a terrible, terrible --

GLENN: Just -- I -- I am in. I am in.

I mean, I think we should take a vote, who wants to open it back up?

I think 15 days, to slow the curve of spending. Fifteen days. Let's just do that.

Let's meet again in 15 days. And see if we can open the government up.

STU: We probably --

GLENN: Well, we might. We might.

Fifteen days, to slow the curve of spending.

PAT: And then after that, 30 days are up. After 15, then the 30. We might need another 18 bucks after that.

GLENN: Well, I don't know -- I don't know if the government will survive that.

You know, it may not survive that. Of course, the American people did it for a year.

STU: Yeah, and they don't care about them surviving.

GLENN: No. Nobody really cared about them surviving.

STU: Can I also say too, we talk about these big government cuts that we should do. We think there are things to do, to make the government smaller, and more like it was supposed to be. You know, a limited government.

GLENN: Yeah. We're not talking about any of those, I want you to know.

STU: But maybe we are. You know, haven't they unintentionally identified all the cuts here. Haven't they just said, hey, whatever we're going to just stop doing, the unnecessary parts of the government that can just shut down.

GLENN: You mean those nonessential?

STU: Yeah. The nonessential stuff, we stop doing. And the essential stuff, we stop doing. And we'll go from there. We'll talk about, maybe we need to add this back in. Maybe we can get rid of this other thing.

But isn't that a good starting point? Whatever you say is nonessential, I promise you we should not be doing it.

GLENN: I'm not sure of that. I mean, you know, we're talking about --

STU: Really?

GLENN: Yeah.

We're talking about things like the interior department.

Just having limited discretion to issue permits.

STU: So there will be still issuing permits. But they will have limited vegetation.

Maybe we shouldn't be doing so much permitting. Maybe people should be able to do a lot of the things they want to do.

But if there are certain needs for certain permits. Then the limited permitting might just cover that.

GLENN: Well, you go ahead. While we're all drinking poison by next Wednesday.

Just from our tap, from our homes. While sludge, nuclear waste.

Syringes are pouring out from our kitchen sink.

PAT: So syringes might pour out of our taps?

GLENN: Yes. Yes.

STU: How do they get around the curves?

GLENN: Are you an expert?

STU: No.

GLENN: Are you a doctor?

STU: I'm not a doctor.

GLENN: I am. Let's move on. Very dangerous.

Keep going, Republicans. Keep going.

Do not buckle.