Glenn Beck Breaks Down How the Ukrainian Conflict Marks an Important Step in the Return of the ‘Red Menace’

Glenn Beck speaks with TheBlaze’s chief Washington correspondent Sara Carter on his television program Feb. 20, 2014.

Glenn Beck speaks with TheBlaze’s chief Washington correspondent Sara Carter on his television program Feb. 20, 2014.

TheBlaze (Feb 20) — Is America handling the upheaval in Ukraine the same way it did the 2011 protests in Iran? That’s what Glenn Beck and TheBlaze’s chief Washington correspondent Sara Carter argued Thursday, saying the result of both is a steady expansion of the “red menace,” Russia.

Beck has long said the “one movement” America should have stood for amid the upheaval surrounding the “Arab Spring” was Iran. While the president and various members of his administration have stood boldly for those on the streets of Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Syria, its comments on Iran were much more perfunctory.

In the end, the protests were squashed, and many of the activists were killed or imprisoned.

Beck went to a chalkboard that illustrates a prediction he made years ago, that the “Arab Spring” protests would cascade across the region, and the instability would sweep west into Europe.

A map indicates areas of instability on the Glenn Beck Program Feb. 20, 2014.

A map indicates areas of instability on the Glenn Beck Program Feb. 20, 2014.

If the conflict in Ukraine becomes militarized, Beck and Carter said, there will be refugees spilling across borders and Georgia will likely be “swallowed up” in the instability.

“We spent how much treasure as a country,” Beck said, “and the ‘red menace’ is coming back this way again!”

Carter agreed: “There is a cold war underway that we are not being made aware of publicly, but behind the scenes our intelligence officials and our European officials are saying the cold war is here. It’s on.”

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