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Glenn Beck compares Norway victims to Hitler Youth

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posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 12:26 PM
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Originally posted by JohhnyBGood
There was absolutely nothing wrong with Becks ratings - he remained as popular as ever and put the rest of MSM to shame.

He felt he had gone as far as he could on a 5pm slot on Fox news - he had allready bent the format completely out of shape!, was preaching to the choir and needed to seek new audiences.

After exposing Sorros as the spider at the centre of the web - and being the No one enemy of Obama - Murdoch was begining to attract too much heat, including a campaign to threaten and intimidate advertisers.

You only have to look what has happened to Murdoch lately to see just how displeased the NWO is with him for letting Beck run rampant on MSM, exposing their machinations.


And just like Beck, you are simply ignoring facts


In 2010, he lost 30% of his viewers, and the drop in viewers got even worse into 2011. That's why they dumped him...

Claiming the number of viewers didn't drop is beyond laughable...




posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 12:32 PM
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It wasn't just the drop in ratings, see my previous post in this thread... even with the drop, and level off of his ratings he was still pulling in a much larger audience than the competing networks in that time slot, combined!

The main problem is no one wanted to advertise during his show despite the ratings... The top advertisers did not want to be seen as any way endorsing, or sponsoring him or his show... With reputations and billion dollar businesses on the line, do you blame them?


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posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 12:58 PM
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The main problem is no one wanted to advertise during his show despite the ratings... The top advertisers did not want to be seen as any way endorsing, or sponsoring him or his show... With reputations and billion dollar businesses on the line, do you blame them?


Well, Goldline might just as well have used Snooki as their spokeswoman instead of Beck


Neither of them has the slightest clue about economics or facts in general.



posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 01:35 PM
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The oslo killer was a right winger, anti muslim racist, a millionaire and insane. He is more akin the typical SS Nazi trooper thug loyal to hitler and his victims liberals whom Hitler wanted eradicated.

Glenn is fearing for his right winger views and wanna whitewash his hatred and guilt by association through despicable laying blame on the murdered victims than on the killer. HOw low does Glenn wanna go?



posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 02:30 PM
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Who’s Really Behind the Glenn Beck Boycott?

Great efforts have been made to silence, smear and dscredit Beck - for the simple reason that he has been rattling the cages of those in power, by exposing their manouvers to a mass audience!

bigjournalism.com...



It’s not as if a multitude of organizations has risen to demand a boycott of Beck’s product. Much of the noise is emanating from the organization Color of Change, a relatively new left-of-center non-profit whose name appears to seek linkage with President Obama’s political agenda. The most recent boycott demand is from a fellow named the Rev. Jim Wallis, who leads a group called the Sojourners. Rev. Wallis decreed that Christians should not watch Beck’s show any more because the Fox host stated that the progressive catch phrase “social justice” is nothing more than code for communism and Nazism.



Perhaps. Color of Change may be a relative Johnny Come Lately to the non-profit world but its management is not. The executive director and co-founder of Color of Change Dot Org is James Rucker, an alumnus of the notorious George Soros-funded MoveOn.org. During his tenure at MoveOn.org, Rucker was credited with directing the group’s grassroots mobilization effort and is said to have been, “instrumental in developing and executing on fundraising, technology, and campaign strategies.” If I needed a guy to gin-up a corporate pressure campaign to get advertisers to boycott a broadcast product, I’d look real hard at Rucker because the man certainly has the resume.



My guess is that Beck is on to something and that some people are terrified of it. Other broadcasters have made note of the president’s first book and its contents, yet they are not the targets of a boycott. They also do not use this and other mechanisms to expound on the nature of the liberal agenda to the extent that Beck does. Whether the boycott produces its desired result remains to be seen. But if it works with Beck, it’s a sure bet we’ll see the same tactics used on others with whom liberals disagree.



posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 03:12 PM
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Great efforts have been made to silence, smear and dscredit Beck


I think most of that effort was done by Beck himself. I mean, he tried to sell us gold at prices that require a 65% (!!!!) price increase before investors break even, he claims everyone who doesn't agree with him is either Hitler or Stalin (without ever providing a real reason as to why), and makes crazy claims like calling 10% of Muslims terrorists.

And last but not least, he's lied to EVERYONE about net neutrality, something we should all be concerned about...

In short, if you want to accuse someone of taking him down, accuse Beck



posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 03:46 PM
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What on earth are you babbling about!

Beck isn't even really leaving Fox news - it's just a way to stop the Sorros/Obama organised advertising boycot


Follow the Money: Glenn Beck Is Not Leaving Fox, He’s Ending an Ad Boycott



So while there won’t be a “Glenn Beck” show per se, there will be shows by Glenn Beck, produced by Fox’s top producer, on Fox News. In other words, this is a shuffling of job titles, not a substantive removal of Fox’s most controversial pundit.
That shuffling solves Fox’s big problem with Beck: the 300 companies who declined to advertise on his show over the last two years because they believe — rightly — that calling the president a racist is beyond the pale. Beck has hosted Fox’s best-rated show, but Fox has earned little ad revenue from its success. In the long term, that’s an intolerable position for a publicly traded company.

That boycott will come to an end as soon as Beck broadcasts his last regular show, and all those advertisers will be free to return to any new show produced by Beck and Cheatwood. Thus Fox gets to have its Beck and eat its ads.


www.bnet.com...



posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 04:08 PM
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Glenn said the truth. But he could definitely chose some other time. Let parents mourn in peace.

Those who said that kids teach democracy in such camps are wrong. Kids teach views of one party. One party is never "democracy". One party is allways biased towards party goals and ideas.


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posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 04:11 PM
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Hardly supprising, given that most American's think of Europeans as either "Euro Trash" or Nazies.

Well that can work both ways, AmeriTrash.



posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 04:43 PM
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Originally posted by noonebutme
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He epitimises the worst of what ill-educated American society believes and merely spouts politically charged television rhetoric.



This sums beck (I refuse to even capitalize his name) up very accurately.
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posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 05:11 PM
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Originally posted by Kreeger

Originally posted by noonebutme
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He epitimises the worst of what ill-educated American society believes and merely spouts politically charged television rhetoric.



This sums beck (I refuse to even capitalize his name) up very accurately.
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Strange comments, considering that the bulk of his shows consist of clips and quotes of people speaking in their own words!



posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 05:23 PM
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Too bad Glenn Beck wasn't in Norway during the bombing. Might've been a relief to know he got blasted away by someone who has the same ideologies as him.

I can't understand his defenders or even him. He's the scum of the earth. If you even respect Glenn Beck, you are basically respecting a deadly bacteria.



posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 06:05 PM
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Well they say scratch a liberaland you'll find a Nazi - but seriously have you ever even watched one of his shows!?

Beck is as far from a Nazi, racist or hate-monger as you can get!



posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 07:54 PM
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I really didn't think Glen Beck could get any lower.

Who holds a camp for youth that is all about politics?

Well the tea party has a five day camp for youth that begins today.

He also left out the fact that it was a labor party Norwegian government that fought Hitler in WW2.

This man needs to keep his foot in his mouth permanently.
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posted on Jul, 26 2011 @ 07:59 PM
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Originally posted by JohhnyBGood
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Well they say scratch a liberaland you'll find a Nazi - but seriously have you ever even watched one of his shows!?

Beck is as far from a Nazi, racist or hate-monger as you can get!


I would like to know who says that because anyone who does is extremely ignorant.

Hitler and the Nazi's were far right they were not on the left. The socialist party fought Hitler and he slaughtered many of them when he came to power. Hitler despised the left. Sort of like Beck.

I have watched plenty of his shows, he took up a large part of a paper I wrote a while back. The man spreads hate, fear, and ignorance in every one of his shows.
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posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 05:24 AM
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Too bad Glenn Beck wasn't in Norway during the bombing.
Might've been a relief to know he got blasted away by someone who has the same ideologies as him.
I can't understand his defenders or even him. He's the scum of the earth.
If you even respect Glenn Beck, you are basically respecting a deadly bacteria.



Hmmm - seems to be you are spreading a little hate and fear there yourself!

Not that I ever bought up the subject to begin with but - National SOCIALIST Party might clue you in a bit. - (though I know all you commies like to make an artificial distinction)


As for Beck - I know you are all keen to try and attach as many meaningless and contrived labels to him as you possibly can - because he is after all exposing the machinations of the progressive liberal left for all to see on MSM.



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 05:26 AM
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If the NAZI party were so left wing why did they send Communists and trade unionists to the concentration camps?



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 05:33 AM
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I think this is a typical case of their mouth being bigger than their brain.

Does it really take much effort to think and be considerate before opening ones gob especially on such a topic and especially on something he seems to know little to zero about?

Basically he is being an ass for ratings and attention seeking when infact he should be setting an example for the viewers who probably see him as some expert or something on the subject.


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posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 05:52 AM
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Originally posted by woodwardjnr
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If the NAZI party were so left wing why did they send Communists and trade unionists to the concentration camps?


They were National socialists - he was trying to root out those who were beholden to the International socialists aka Russian communism.



posted on Jul, 27 2011 @ 08:15 AM
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He's not entirely wrong.

What you have to ask is, was the idea of a Hitler youth a bad idea?

Taking away Hitler and his evils, the idea of the program is not a bad idea if done right.



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