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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Message For Glenn Beck



Dear Mr. Beck,

When The Blaze first started, I was relieved...finally a news site where American's could get the truth.Over time, we helped you grow your company by campaigning for cable outlets to subscribe to The Blaze and by raising money for many different causes you called us to action for. We helped you because you were helping us.

Now it seems as though you have forgotten the reasons you began this journey in the first place. You say you are tired and that you don't want to hear about all the crap coming from Washington anymore. Well, we don't either, but it's there and simply ignoring it will not make it go away. There are millions of us out here who have only a tiny voice, and we are not giving up. Why are you?

By your recent stance on the Bundy Ranch situation, you are alienating the very people who gave you such a strong voice in the first place. I would say that most American's could care less that Cliven Bundy is grazing his cattle on "government" land. In fact, you even had this to say:

“If you are somebody that says ‘I’m for violence, I am angry and I’m not going to take it anymore, and I’m going to act on that anger,’ then I want you to go to my Facebook page and I want you to unfriend me. I want you to go to my newsletter page and I want you to unsubscribe. I want you to go to TheBlaze TV and I want you to cancel your subscription today.”

You basically just told every one of us who helped build you up to go take a hike, that you don't need us anymore. What a slap in the face. I get it, Glenn. You are calling for no violence. And in a perfect world, all of our ills would be solved without a smidgen of violence. But we do not live in a perfect world. Violence abounds and tyranny is running rampant. Don't you think that our founding fathers would have liked nothing more than to settle the conflict without violence? Don't you think that we the people of today would love nothing more than for Obama and his ilk to leave the scene peacefully? But do you really believe that can be done? 

I agree with you completely that we should pray. Each and every day, we should be praying to God. But that isn't all we should do. God doesn't take care of everything for us. We have to show Him that we are ready, willing and able to stand and fight for His name's sake and for what is right. If all we do is sit and wait and not stand up against tyranny, then we really can't expect God to step in and save us. If we do nothing, then we can expect the same from Him. 

Go back and read your Bible. The Old Testament is filled with violence. God commanded it against those who were living filthy lives separated from Him. David prayed, yes, but he also went to war. And he did so at God's command. Abraham was prepared to commit violence against his beloved son, Isaac because God told him to. Jesus loved, but He also went through the Holy Temple and cleaned it out. He took a cat of nine tails to the backs of the priests and overturned the tables of the money changers who were selling mite infested doves for people to offer as sacrifice to God. What, other than prayer, are you willing to do to stand up and be a child of God? I could pray incessantly for a million bucks, but unless I prove to God that I am willing to work hard for it, He won't just place that in my lap. If we pray incessantly for all the bad people to go away, unless we show God that we are willing to stand and make them go away, that also will not be placed in our lap. 

Because we are prepared for violence, doesn't mean that we are setting out in search of it. I pray daily. I am also a part of an ever growing community of pissed off American's who are tired of watching this once great nation go under because of an egocentric, pusillanimous president and his completely blind and lost followers. I am sure the Jews in the 1930's prayed, too. However, they did nothing else and look where they ended up. 

I don't know if you are scared or if you have just lost your way, but I am telling you that unless you find your courage once again, The Blaze will go under. Or it will turn into another CNN, because you have to preach to an audience somewhere. If you aren't preaching to the choir that built you, then who are you preaching to? The whole issue with Cliven Bundy has nothing to do with cattle grazing illegally. If the government cared at all about illegal grazing, we would have a border fence in place and illegals would be deported constantly. The Feds have supplied more resources to remove some cows than they gave to support 4 Americans murdered in Benghazi. This is what people care about. Standing against tyranny.

Where do you stand, Glenn. Blazers would like to know. 

19 comments:

  1. I was so PO’ed at Glenn this morning, I turned off the program and canceled my online membership. This nonsense that the federal BMF employees (TROOPS!) have families too and don’t want to shoot anyone is pure bull! Did Lon Tomohisa Horiuchi think twice before firing upon and putting a bullet through Vicki Weaver’s head??? Come on Glenn! Haven’t you taught us that history repeats itself?? Did the participants at Ruby Ridge and Waco think about their families before shooting and burning entire families to death???? Wake up!!!!

    My, God! You say; “Do it peaceably”. Do what? We already have massive voter fraud! And what we legislate, we get overturned in the communist backed courts!

    I am so glad Glenn was not a “Founding Father”….

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    1. I know yesterday, he had over 2 million followers on Twitter. Today he has 844k. That is very telling that he is telling us to basically piss off. I find that very sad.

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    2. not according to http://twittercounter.com/glennbeck

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    3. I didn't check twitter counter. I only went to his page. I could be mistaken but I am pretty sure that was the number I saw...but I have been wrong before... And twitter counter does show his stats to be fairly consistent without a major drop. Thank you for bringing that to my attention...

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  3. Very well stated.

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  4. After reading this, I agree with most of it. I do however, need to one to Glenn's defense a little. If you read romans, and truly believe in the word of God, you could see where Glenn is coming from. He has been beating a drum for a long time and it seems like he's stopped dead in his tracks as of this last story. So I am also confused, but I am a Christian first, and a US citizen second. I am not home yet, an won't be until I die. I just wonder if Glenn has had this same thought as of late.

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    1. Yes, but in Romans 1:4, it says... And declared to be the Son of God with power, according to the spirit of holiness, by the resurrection from the dead:
      (With power. Not just words, but works. Jesus did defeat death because He did resurrect. He didn't just pray however, He followed through with His work. We have to work, too, along with our prayer.)

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  5. Beck is a good man, he just does not realize that the Federal government is already at war with its own people. The Fed is the real life Cyberdyne.
    C.J.

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    1. Something is definitely going on with him. It seems as though he just completely reversed direction all of a sudden. I remember when he finally called for Obama to be impeached a few months ago, I thought, "finally, somebody said it out loud. But then nothing after that one time. I just don't understand.

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    2. It seems that he fears the goverment surrounding his property and by taking the government side will appease them.

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  6. Beck is a Mormon, He is one of them masons N.W.O have you people not been watching It is his religion that's behind it all you can bet that he has been told to stop fighting them.

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    1. You could have a point there, D1. I didn't think about that but it is definitely a possibility.

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    2. Harry Reid is a Mormon as is Cliven Bundy.

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  7. Very, very well said!!! Glenn's crazy rant yesterday both angered and saddened me. I've learned so much from him, yet I had no choice but to cancel my subscription to the Blaze. Honestly his program has been going down hill for over a year. He pretty well quit most of the chalk board sessions & exploring current events & turned into a wanna be preacher. I don't know, maybe he has a 30 year peaceful plan to turn around the country, but he doesn't realize the middle class doesn't have 30 years to wait.

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    1. Thank you, Nick... I wish he would open his eyes and realize what he is doing. He is trashing the same group of individuals that not only built the Blaze, but followed him to Utah for his Man in the Moon project and to Washington D.C. when he did that march on DC thing. You're right, he has foregone the very things that people watched him for in the first place. I guess, he just wants to make movies now. Movies are great and all but that isn't helping us out right at the moment.

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  8. I think Glenn is a manic depressive. All of his wonderful projects and works were done in his manic phase. And right now he is depressed. I was shocked by what he said too. I'm going to give him some time to come out of it and in the mean time hope and pray that there is someone to pick up where he has left off.

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  9. The key to this entire discussion is Mormonism. I will say no more. Do the research of the chrches history from beginning to now. Look at both sides and decide.

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  10. That's what happens when you follow a man... Let it be a lesson.

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