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See Glenn Beck's Epic Address at David Horowitz's 'Restoration Weekend


"Occupy Wall Street is some of the most dark, evil stuff I’ve ever seen."

On November 19, Glenn Beck spoke at the David Horowitz Freedom Center's "Restoration Weekend," where he addressed the current political situation in America, entrepreneurship, Occupy Wall Street, Israel and plenty more.

"I think the question — how much trouble are we in — I’ll address.  But the bigger question that I would like to address today is — how much trouble is the Left in?," Beck said at the beginning of his speech. "Because America is waking up.  And there’s only going to be one of us standing in the end.  And I have every intention of it being us."

Later on in the speech he quipped, "My six-year-old could be Ben Bernanke for a day and do a better job." And he held little back considering his opinion on the "99 percent," saying, "Occupy Wall Street is some of the most dark, evil stuff I’ve ever seen."

Below, you can watch the first part of his address:

Beck also spoke explicitly about Israel and the potential for another World War:

"Here’s where we’re headed.  Possibility — World War III. Because Israel has a right to survive, Israel has a right to live, the Jews have a right to be left alone by the rest of the world — they will defend themselves, as they should. [...]

Guaranteed anti-Semitism not seen since the 1930s.  Guaranteed economic — not depression; collapse.  Collapse.  And civil war.  You cannot put this genie back in the bottle.

But there is something else.  There’s something that I’d like to focus on here.  These things are coming.  But so is this.  Healing.  Healing and profound light, should we choose it.  Now.

Watch the second portion of his speech, below:

Beck concluded his address by explaining that the next 18 months will be "unlike anything we've seen before." While darkness can be expected, he said that "as darkness grows, so does the light."

Read a transcript from the speech here.

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