Glenn Beck is sounding the alarm about a coming Christian holocaust in the Middle East—if Americans don’t rise up and do something to stop the slaughter.
“We said we would never let the world fall into this darkness again,” Beck told viewers of his television broadcast. “And yet here we stand.”
As Beck sees it, Americans are stumbling over politics. He pointed to voices like actor George Clooney, who co-authored an op-ed in the New York Times about Sudan’s Rape of Darfur. Yet, Beck bemoans, too many people want to play politics.
“Just last week, the regime reportedly convinced the peacekeeping mission to pull out of areas it says are stable, hoping no one takes a closer look. As a result, mass atrocities continue to occur in Darfur with no external witness,” the Times piece reads. “This is also the case in Blue Nile and the Nuba Mountains, two southern regions devastated by the government’s scorched-earth tactics.”
Beck did not hesitate to prophesy that “God is condemning all of us now” for failing to take strong action to stop the atrocities in Darfur.
“The American Revolution, the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement came and were won from the pulpits first. The pulpits should be on fire, but our pulpits are barely an ember! It’s shameful what is happening!” Beck said.
“God will not hold us blameless, so I suggest that you reach out to the Coptic Christians. They’re persecuted. They need your help.”
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