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Dallas Schools Announce Program That Beck Says Will Move Us Closer to a 'Communist Utopia' With 'Toilet Paper Lines

"The state has taken everything -- including the will to do anything."

In this Sept. 4, 2013, file photo, students at the Maurice J. Tobin K-8 School in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood eat free lunches consisting of a sandwich with meat, a vegetable dish, a piece of fruit, and milk. (Photo: AP)

Glenn Beck told his radio audience on Friday that a new program implemented in Dallas schools could lead to society standing in line for toilet paper.

What program was he discussing?  Earlier this week, it was announced that all of the Dallas school district's 159,000 students will now get free breakfast and lunch, following the U.S. Department of Agriculture's announcement that it will no longer only make the meals available based on financial need.

Apparently district officials believe the overhaul will actually save money by eliminating 40 positions -- costing $300,000 -- dedicated to filling out paperwork for students who qualified, public information, and more.  This way, it will simply be available to everyone.

"For free, it's going to save a lot of money. Okay. Right," Beck said in disbelief.  "A. I think this is Cloward and Piven, collapse the system. But more importantly, this is, again, indoctrination. This is, teach kids from the very beginning that Mom and Dad do not provide breakfast or lunch...The state provides that. By the time you get out of school, you'll be like, 'Why am I paying for breakfast? I've never paid for breakfast a day in my life! Why am I paying for it?'"

In this Sept. 4, 2013, file photo, students at the Maurice J. Tobin K-8 School in Boston's Roxbury neighborhood eat free lunches consisting of a sandwich with meat, a vegetable dish, a piece of fruit, and milk. (Photo: AP)

Beck continued: "Once you indoctrinate your kids that Mom and Dad are not responsible at all for breakfast or lunch - that the state is - you are on your way to that communist utopia where it's universal housing, universal education, universal [healthcare] and universal food."

He added that you're also on your way to "universal toilet paper lines."

"That's what happens," Beck said.  "You stand in line, eventually, for toilet paper. Because nobody does anything anymore. Because the state has taken everything -- including the will to do anything. And so people stand in line for toilet paper."

Beck added that when society descends into such a state, it usually lasts for about seventy years.

"It's that way pretty much every time," Beck said.  "Seventy years of darkness. If we lose it ‑‑ and remember, we're the United States of America. There's nobody else fighting for this. If we lose our freedom, we will never see it again, nor will our children. It will take 70 years to get out of the darkness...And here we sit with a school district in Texas - Dallas, Texas - [claiming] that this is actually going to save money. How is that even possible?"

Beck said later in the program that progressives call themselves by that name because they don't want a revolution -- they know Americans would never accept it.  Though they agree with their "communist friends on universal healthcare, universal housing, [and] universal jobs," Beck said progressives go about achieving those ends differently.

"'We don't want a revolution, and so we're going to take it and break it up into baby steps,'" Beck said.   "That's what they are. They are communists. They are authoritarian communists."

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