Glenn Beck Claims This Scary Prediction He Made Years Ago Is Now Coming True

As he has monitored the rise of ISIS, the resurgence of Russia and the collapse of the West’s moral order, radio host Glenn Beck has long warned the world that it is drifting closer to World War III.

“I wish we would have been wrong,” Beck said. “But we’re not.”

Beck warned that countries of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization might soon start calling for the invocation of Article Five, which requires all of NATO to respond if one member state is attacked. Turkey, which shot down a Russian jet on Tuesday near the Turkey-Syria border, is a NATO member.

“If anybody is talking about Article (Five) — and this could be brought up by France. I don’t think it will be brought up by Turkey, but it could be,” Beck said. “If anybody starts talking about Article (Five), that is the article in the NATO alliance that brings us all to war.”

Article Five was last invoked after the terrorist attacks of 9/11.

Beck also revealed the extent to which the Obama administration is complicit in ISIS’ rise to power. He shared a 2012 declassified Department of Defense document that discussed the possibility of a radical Islamic group opposing Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad.

“If the situation unravels, there is the possibility of establishing a declared or undeclared Salafist (orthodox Sunni) principality in eastern Syria (Hasaka and der Zor), and this is exactly what the supporting powers to the opposition want, in order to isolate the Syrian regime,” the document states.

Beck said the Obama administration let ISIS flourish because “this president wanted an extremist Islamic group fighting Assad.”

“Team Obama would have you believe that ISIS caught them by surprise and we’re doing everything we can to destroy them,” Beck said. “In reality, they saw ISIS coming. They wanted ISIS to come.”

America is now “reaping what has been sown by our own president,” Beck said.

h/t: TheBlaze

Media Berated Glenn Beck For This 2011 Prediction- Now It’s Come True…

In 2011, talk show host Glenn Beck predicted that radical Islamists were seeking to create a worldwide Islamic caliphate. He was widely criticized in the media for the prediction, but now it looks like Beck is getting the last laugh.

On his Monday radio show, Beck played a highlight reel of members of the ‘Old Media’ criticizing him for his prediction and calling him a “loony” conspiracy theorist. But Beck notes it is no “conspiracy theory” to say that Islamists want a worldwide caliphate.

“The caliphate is not a conspiracy,” Beck said in 2011. “It’s the words of Hamas; it’s the words of the Muslim Brotherhood; it’s the words of [then-Iranian President Mahmoud] Ahmadinejad. … It’s ridiculous to call it a conspiracy theory.”

As TheBlaze notes, his idea was attacked in the media.

For one, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews said that Beck’s warming was “loony tunes.”

Howard Kurtz, then on CNN and now a Fox News host, agreed, saying that Beck’s prediction was “increasingly weird” and criticizing him for being too “religious” in his outlook.

Then came David Brooks of The New York Times, who said that Beck was exhibiting “delusional ravings.”

But increasingly, some might say, people are coming to understand that Beck was not just overemphasizing the claims of a tiny number of Islamists, but was revealing the goals of an increasing number of Muslims across the world. Beck also said that denying the jihadis’ goal has “led millions into the dark.”

Beck pointed out that it is easy to understand what the Islamists want. All one arguably needs to do is listen to them because they supposedly tell the world every day what they want: world domination.

Now, in 2015, even David Brooks has noted that the radical Islamists want a worldwide caliphate. As recently as August, Brooks reported that ISIS wants “a unified caliphate” and is seeking ways to institute it.

So, many might say, it certainly looks like Glenn Beck’s prediction is spot on.

BOOM: This State’s New Repub Gov Just Sent An EPIC 2-Word Message To The EPA – Obama Will Hate It

Kentucky Gov.-elect Matt Bevin made a promise when he campaigned for office that when the Environmental Protection Agency bureaucrats came calling to interfere with Kentucky’s coal economy, he’d tell them to keep on going or face a fight.

Winning election Tuesday has not changed his plans one bit. On Friday, Bevin appeared on The Glenn Beck Radio Program.

“President Obama has said that he’s going to destroy the coal industry,” Beck said. “Kentucky is a coal state. What are you going to be doing, specifically, to push back on that?”

Bevin maintained Kentucky’s coal is a tremendous asset and not, as Obama would paint it, a liability.

“Why it is that we in Kentucky — that sit on two extraordinary basins, the Illinois basin and the Central basin, an abundance of this — how are we not participating in something that the world wants more of than they ever have?” he asked.

“We will tell the EPA and other unelected officials who have no legal authority over us as a state, to pound sand,” Bevin said.

Bevin said that the 10th Amendment to the Constitution is “one of the most powerful tools” at his disposal, because it states that power not expressly given to the federal government is reserved to states.

He contested EPA’s authority, and said its only recourse would be to take Kentucky to court.

“The EPA, for example, they don’t have an enforcement arm,” Bevin said. “They use federal dollars. They use our own money. They bribe us with our own money to stick it to ourselves. And we will not do that anymore in the state of Kentucky.”

As a candidate, Bevin vowed to fight Obama’s Clean Power Plan, which requires curbs on greenhouse gas emissions from Kentucky’s coal-rich energy sector. He promised to “not enforce” any federal rules that would hurt Kentucky’s economy.

In his campaign platform, Bevin also vowed to use his office’s “constitutional right to legal discretion when enforcing environmental laws. This may include instructing its regulatory enforcement agencies to ignore federal regulations that are unreasonable and excessive.”

h/t: IJ Review

Watch: Glenn Beck Just Hit Carson With A Shocking Comparison That Ben’s Fans Will Hate

Glenn Beck said something Tuesday on his radio show about Ben Carson that will make Carson fans fume.

Beck questioned if Carson might in fact be the Republican Party’s Jimmy Carter.

While in office, Carter completed the transfer of the Panama Canal to Panama, a corrupt third world dictatorship. His term also saw the Iranian Hostage Crisis, in which 52 Americans were held hostage after Iranian militants seized the US embassy. The hostages were released mere minutes after Ronald Reagan assumed the presidency.

Carter also oversaw high unemployment, interest rates which peaked at 21.5%, and a doubling of the U.S. deficit.

On his show, Beck stated: “I really like Ben Carson,” and “I see why people are attracted to him,” and then asked: “But is it possible that we’re making the same mistake that the Democrats made with Jimmy Carter?”

He talked about Carter’s 1976 campaign and how the Nixon Watergate scandal greatly contributed to his election.

Beck then said about Carter: “They ran to a guy — and the deal with Jimmy Carter was — pretty much nobody even looked at his policies. He was a humble guy. He was a preacher. He carried his own luggage to the plane.”

Beck stated that Carter had all the “earmarks” of a good guy, and then started comparing Carter more to Carson.

He wondered if Republicans are “looking past too many things” because Carson is a “really nice guy.”

He also added that he would “love” Carson to be the nominee but only if Carson was “rock solid” on the issues.

Beck said: “There’s a million reasons I would like this guy to be President of the United States. But I’m concerned that he doesn’t have the facts down strongly enough.”

What do you think of Beck comparing Carson to Jimmy Carter?

Wow: After GOP Debate Debacle, Candidates Are Clamoring For A Stunning Name As Moderator

According to an official for a Republican presidential campaign, there will be a conference call on Friday night to discuss the Republican National Committee’s future role in the party’s presidential debates.

Other possible moderators for the upcoming debates will be discussed.

One name that is being floated at this point is prominent conservative Glenn Beck.

The official spoke to TheBlaze about Beck, saying: “Right now, I know that his name is being mentioned.”

He also said that officials from at least three campaigns–Donald Trump, Senator Ted Cruz, and Governor Jim Gilmore–would probably support Beck in becoming a debate moderator.

The official added that Beck is being considered because he is a “fair reviewer” and is liked “in and out of the Tea Party.”

Representatives from the presidential campaigns are also set to discuss possible debate changes on Sunday, without the RNC taking part.

Earlier today, Republican National Committee chairman Reince Preibus sent NBC Chairman Andrew Lack an open letter in which he said that NBC would no longer be a moderator in future Republican presidential debates.

He wrote: “The CNBC network is one of your media properties, and its handling of the debate was conducted in bad faith. We understand that NBC does not exercise full editorial control over CNBC’s journalistic approach. However, the network is an arm of your organization, and we need to ensure there is not a repeat performance.”

Will there be serious changes in the way Republican presidential debates are conducted from here on out? What do you think of Glenn Beck being considered as a debate moderator?