Glenn Beck gives us what we could only call a 'chilling warning' in the newly released video report below in which he tells us that World War 3 is coming and nobody will even recognize it. Praying to God for forgiveness for 'what we have done and what we have failed to do', Beck warns us these are only beginnings of sorrows, birth pangs with 'so much more yet to come.'
Sharing with us that the US is 'dangerously close' to WW3 due to our own arrogance, Beck compares this time to a parallel time in history, when World War 2 was just kicking off due to the fact that we had reached a time when there was no longer any choice.
Beck tells us that he spent a great deal of time over the past weekend listening to Winston Churchill and we were reaching a point in time with ISIS where we'll either need to have 'full resolve or you'll be dead' while telling us that it is just as important to call ISIS 'evil' as it was to call the Nazi's evil prior to WW2. Beck reminds us that even as late as 1939, there was still a debate going on over whether or not the German institution was a force of darkness or good.
“Do you remember when I said there’s going to come a time when there’s no good choices? … You’re there,” Beck remarked. “You don’t have any good choices left.”
Beck said that when he reads the news, all he sees are all of his “worst nightmares” and his “worst warnings,” the things he was “mocked and belittled” for warning of years ago.
“The collapse of Libya. The collapse of Egypt. The truth about the Muslim Brotherhood. The caliphate that now spreads across the Middle East like a cancer. ISIS, the beheadings, Jews being targeted in Europe,” he said. “Jews now being told by Benjamin Netanyahu, leave Europe. The rise of fascism and the Nazi party. And the targeting of the west by the caliphate in the heart of Europe. All of these things I predicted and warned of. All of this we spoke of. All of this could have been avoided if we weren’t so arrogant, if we would have stopped playing politics.”
“Dear God, forgive us. Forgive us for what we have done and what we have failed to do,” Beck added. “There is so much more yet to come. These are the birth pangs. These are the beginnings of sorrows. The solutions that were within our grasp in the last 8 to 10 years are no longer there.”