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Mark Levin: ‘World War III Has Begun’

By Michael Morris | September 25, 2014 | 9:02am EDT

With one Middle Eastern country collapsing after another, and with no end to the ISIS threat in sight, Mark Levin says he sincerely believes that “World War III has begun.”

First it was Libya, then Syria, then Iraq, and now Yemen, whose capital was just taken over by Shi’ite Muslim rebels, has fallen too, and not unlike any other war, World War III has begun in its own startling way.

Levin had the following to say about the developing situation in the Middle East:

“A lot of these other countries that still have their own borders and so forth, these are really, uhh, very weak countries. It doesn’t take much to overthrow them. Jordan is a very weak country. Yes. Qatar, United Arab Emirates, these are weak countries.

“Saudi Arabia, believe it or not, which is most of the Arabian Peninsula, or the biggest chunk of it, they can defend themselves to a point, but not with an onslaught. They have a very, very, long border.”

“So look what’s going on,” Levin said, “Turkey is run by an Islamo-nazi.” Turkey, a NATO country with important geographic significance, according to Levin, should not be a part of NATO any longer because of its lack of support for fellow NATO countries and  its alleged involvement in helping the “Islamo-nazi cockroaches” ISIL with their oil sales.

Levin went on, referring to a threat of “imminent attack” that was made against the United States just a day ago by a less well-known terrorist group (Corazon) with ties to al Qaeda:

“So, I believe World War III has begun, and I believe we’re going to be attacked.

“You just heard, it’s all over TV and radio, that there was an imminent threat against the United States. Do you think that’s going to be the only imminent threat against the United States? You think we took out a building or a compound, and that’s it, there’s no more imminent threats against the United States.”

“This is why it is immoral, it is unconscionable, not to secure that southern border,” said Levin, “and they won’t.” But they certainly should. Levin continued saying:

“This is why calling everybody under the age of 36 a dreamer, so you think you’re talking about some infant, and then conferring a legal status on them is suicide. Doesn’t matter if the vast majority of people here illegally mean us no harm or love the country. It’s not the vast majority that’s the problem from a national security perspective. It’s a problem from an economic and welfare state perspective, but it’s not the problem, when we’re talking about terrorists secreting into this country to do enormous damage.”

For political and ideological reasons, neither the Democrat party, under this president, nor the Republican party, under George Bush, when they controlled both the House and the Senate have done anything to secure the southern border. “The only people who want the southern border secure are the vast majority of the American people, the vast majority of American people, but apparently our opinion doesn’t matter,” laments Mark Levin.

But here it is. World War III has broken out, and Levin reminds us:

“Just remember: WWI, WWII, we weren’t initially involved in those wars in any significant way, but we were pulled in. And World War III has now broken open…”

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