Twenty years ago, when anyone talked about an agenda that would ultimately lead to a global government, people scoffed at the possibility, ascribing it as a “conspiracy theory.” For even longer than that, The John Birch Society has been warning us about such a threat to American sovereignty, and while they’ve acquired a following of their own, most of their warnings were unheeded. Now that the United States of America is on its way to becoming the United States of the World, people are starting to pay attention, but is it too late?
Over the past few months, Glenn Beck has also made clear his belief that not only is global government a possibility, but that the process of achieving it is near fruition if not stopped in its tracks. Ironically, just one year ago, Beck refused believe such a theory. In his 2009 book Common Sense, Beck wrote, “It’s not just the political class who has mastered the art of deception. There are other potentially deadly masters who will seek to exploit your frustration and sense of desperation. Many will warn you of government tyranny; they’ll talk of secret societies, vast conspiracies, shadow governments…. There is no global conspiracy playing out.” Within the past year for Beck, however, evidence to the contrary has become insurmountable. It is amazing, and terrifying, what a little bit of research can uncover.
Fortunately, Glenn Beck has been informing his audience about this global scheme, which he has named “Crime, Inc.” Every day, his viewers are left feeling overwhelmed and frightened by what they learn, not because he is a fearmonger, but because he allows the viewers to hear the truth right from the horses’ mouths.
Crime Inc. is centered around the Chicago Climate Exchange and involves major participants like Barack Obama, Joel Rogers (top organizer for the Progressive movement in the United States), Al Gore, Goldman Sachs, Van Jones, Maurice Strong (head of the United Nations Environmental Program), Union Leader Andy Stearn, Anita Dunn (Senior Communications Strategist for Obama), and John Holdren (Advisor to Obama for Science and Technology). These are just to name a few.