On January 13, 2011 – Glenn Edward Lee Beck (born 1964), a millionaire (his 2009-2010 salary was $32 million) on his CNN show revealed the names of nine people whom he considered the most dangerous ones. Interestingly, eight of them happens to be Jewish. propagandists Edward Bernays, psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud, multi-billionare George Soros, Cass Sunstein, Former SEIU president Andy Stern, columinst Walter Lippman, professor Frances Fox Piven and Ed Rendell, the governor of Pennsylvania.
In 2008, when FAIR magazine had listed Glenn Beck in its list of The Dirty Dozen Islamophobes, most of American Jewish organizations supported Glenn Constitutional right for ‘freedom of speech’. However, this time Glenn Beck has put the shoe on the wrong foot. As result, 400 American Rabbis paid US$100,000 to put an add in radical Zionist billionaire Rupert Murdoch’s own newspaper, The Wall Street Journal, on January 27, 2011 – demanding that Murdoch take action against Roger Ailes, the president of Fox News, as well as against Glenn Beck, the TV’s commentator.
In addition to his usual Muslim-bashings, Glenn Beck, for the last few months has been targeting professor Frances Fox Piven 78. So much so that she has been receiving death threats from some of Glenn Beck’s fans. Read her interview with Amy Goodman here.
Last year Abraham Foxman, the ADL’s national director expressed outrage over Beck’s charges against Jewish billionaire George Soros’ behavior as a boy in Nazi-occupied Hungary
Glenn Beck claims he doesn’t hate Islam, just its “evil” extremists, is on record for repeatedly associating Islam with Nazism. He drew a parallel between Mein Kampf and “jihad” because, he said, both mean “my struggle”. He also declared: “Whether you like it or not, this is a religious war. Radical Muslims want to wipe everybody else off the face of the earth.” Beck had made earlier allusions to putting Muslims in concentration camps, predicting in 2006 (Glenn Beck, 9/5/06): “In 10 years, Muslims and Arabs will be looking through a razor wire fence at the West.”
On November 14, 2006 – When Keith Ellison, the first Muslim elected to Congress, appeared on his show, Beck said: “I have been nervous about this interview with you, because what I feel like saying is, ‘Sir, prove to me that you are not working with our enemies.’“ Beck added: “I’m not accusing you of being an enemy, but that’s the way I feel, and I think a lot of Americans will feel that way.”