Glenn Beck: "I didn't think I could hate victims faster than the 9/11 victims"

Glenn BeckGlenn Beck: "I didn't think I could hate victims faster than the 9/11 victims"

While conservative broadcaster Glenn Beck is holding his rally on the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC, the same location where Martin Luther King Jr. gave his historic “I have a dream” speech, and on the anniversary date of this speech, it is important for us to remind our readers of what Glenn Beck has said regarding the 9/11 victims and their families.

This is an audio excerpt from Beck's radio show which aired on September 9, 2005 in which he also rants against the survivors of Hurricane Katrina.

“You know it took me about a year to start hating the 9-11 victims' families? Took me about a year. [...] And when I see a 9-11 victim family on television, or whatever, I'm just like, "Oh shut up!" I'm so sick of them because they're always complaining. And we did our best for them.”
— Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck: "I didn't think I could hate victims faster than the 9/11 victims"

Glenn Beck is not Martin Luther King Jr.

Video by Robert Greenwald and BraveNew Foundation:


Glenn Beck is an intellectual lightweight

and most likely will always be one. For a guy who thinks he knows so much and history so well he just never seems to get any smarter. Sometimes I "almost" actually feel sorry for this fool.

Speaking of MLK...

There is still widespread unawareness among the public that in a civil trial brought by the King Family in 1999 against one of the suspected conspirators, Loyd Jowers of Memphis Tennessee, the jury returned a verdict that found Jowers guilty of taking part in a conspiracy to kill MLK and that some of the other parties in this conspiracy were agencies of the US government.

There is some compelling youtube video of the King family lawyer (and personal friend of MLK) William F. Pepper delivering his closing statement to the jury in which he sums up the evidence the jury has heard for the existence of the conspiracy and the evidence to show James Earl Ray was not the assassin but a patsy, set up to take the fall. Pepper was really counting on the news of this verdict to break open the coverup that was involved in King's assassination and lead to a widespread reevaluation of the government role in other conspiracies. However, the trial was barely covered at all by the mainstream media and the verdict was quickly forgotten and buried, never to be mentioned in polite company again.

The information about this trial and the address by Jowers to the jury could be an easier way than 9/11 of introducing the idea to the public that there is proof the government does get involved in conspiracies to murder and is successfully able to keep these conspiracies covered up for years. Furthermore, even when the coverup is blown wide open, it makes absolutely no difference because the mainstream corporate media whores just ignore it as if it never happened.

Here is the link to a youtube channnel in which you can find a playlist for the William Pepper closing statement to the jury mentioned above. Note also the playlist for the expert testimony given by attorney William Schaap on CIA and FBI disinformation techniques used against people and movements they believed to be "subversive", including MLK and the civil rights movements. This could be another eyeopener for many as well:

Read more about the trial here: