This is a rush transcript from "Glenn Beck," June 29, 2010. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

GLENN BECK, HOST: By the way, "The Overton Window," number one New York Times bestseller. It's my first thriller. It's not only meant to entertain, but also to be able to go back and pore over.

I think "National Review" did a review on this and said it's a book you can read a couple pages and just put down and think about for a while and do research on. Just start here. You have the book. First two words of the story, Eli Churchill, Elijah Churchill. Who is he? "The Overton Window," available at stores everywhere.

OK. Radically busy week all across the globe for radicals. Crazy. 900 people were arrested in the G-20 protest in Toronto this weekend. ADD moment here, if I may just point out. Zero arrests at the
9/12 rally. I'll just point that out.

Police seized machetes and baseball bats, sledge hammers and gas masks. In the body armor, there was a crossbow, an electric drills, saws, crowbars, shields, aluminums bats and dog repellant and bamboo rods, but that's it. That's all they found.

Anarchists had a clear message. It was, "End capitalism." But you wouldn't know it from the way the protestors were painted by the media. Here is "The Globe and Mail" describing the protesters, quote, "They were yoga teachers."

Yoga teachers, soup kitchen volunteers, community organizers, university students from Southern Ontario, Quebec. They reject the common portrayal as ignorant pack of angry young men. I bet they do.

According to Chris Bowen — he is a — hip-hop duo, Test Their Logik — spelled wrong, by the way. It's one of the movements that most visible proponents of property damage — quote — here it is, "We don't just crawl up from the sewers from protests. We're not violent people. I am filled with love, love for this planet, not for pacifism and the status quo."

By the way, they burned police cars. They showed love for someone else besides the planet, like they're going to see him. There he is. There he is. I love this one. These are all over — that is Chairman Mao in case you can't make it out.

Well, there he is. Yes. I recognize him because I see a lot of these pictures. In fact, I think — do we have that picture from the White House Christmas tree? I love this. It made me so festive inside.

Yes, there he is. Yes. The Christmas ornaments in the White House Christmas tree. Who has been saying these are connected?

By the way, over in Greece — let me show you the picture there. Union protesters are swimming in a sea of red. Coincidence. Youth clash with police during a strike against pension and labor reforms in Detroit this weekend.

The U.S. Social Forum was held. I love this. Guess who was there? Oh, it's great. Bill Ayers. Yes. He was there for a session called "Education for Radical Transformation."

Oh, kind of sounds spooky. The "World Socialist" Web site called this a festival of resistance, where thousands of left-wing activists of every stripe came to downtown Detroit for a lively show of opposition to the system.

Here's what they had to say about border patrol agents. By the way, this video is from VerumSerum.com. Watch this. It's great.

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ELENA HERRADA, COMMUNITY ACTIVIT: When we go into a restaurant with the border patrol sitting there, would you sit next to the Ku Klux Klan if they were sitting at a restaurant with the hood on over their heads?

Thank you. Bet you'd say that when you see them. Say that when you see them, because they have no good intentions. They have only an intention of destroying —

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BECK: Wow. I've got to show you, because this is only a little bitty part of what went on. We'll have much more on this forum tomorrow. These are not isolated incidents. I mean, it's ridiculous. You get a spot here. You get a spot here. You get a spot here. You get a spot here. You have chickenpox. Hello.

It's happening in Europe. It's happening in Canada. It's happening in the U.S. Socialists and communists coming out of the woodwork to co-op the youth and spread a dangerous disease. Tomorrow we'll expose it because it's coming to a city near you.

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