Debating the Bush Legacy — on The Glazov Gang

Three distinguished guests recently joined The Glazov Gang, Frontpage’s television program, to discuss the legacy of George W. Bush. Our guests were Eric Allen Bell, a writer and filmmaker who was recently fired from the “Daily Kos” for telling the truth about Islam, Ben Shapiro, Shillman Journalism Fellow at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and Doris Montrose, President of Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors. Below are all three parts in the three-part series. Parts I and II dealt with the problem of Islamists exploiting their own “religious” institutions to destroy our society, while Part III involved the debate on Bush’s legacy.

Part I:

Part II:

Part III:

  • DMW

    Thank you Dr. Glazov. Of particular note to me was Ben's observation — in I believe Part II — about the dissimulation going on with basic Sociological terms. How can we take aim when our vision is being deliberately blurred and confused about what are races, ethnic groups, religions, cultures, and nationality? It seems the plague we must deal with is an ethnocentric based and inherently political based culture which is codified in the Koran, etc. and the Islam "industry"; an industry which appears to be primarily Arab (culturally, ethnically, nationally) based. Peripheral peoples (non-Arabs such as Indonesians, (some) Indians, Persians, etc) have had large parts of their cultures subsumed what is essentially an Arab ethnic driven creed. Yet whenever they get criticized, the term racism is invoked. Seems the proper description of the phenomena is ethnic imperialism (using a purported religion).

  • Gamaliel

    Is Iraq better off now that Saddam is gone. Look at the persecution of the Christians by the Jihadis that has driven most of them out of Iraq? Iraq suffered under Saddam but did it suffer more? Look at the terrorist attacks and the large number of people being killed in Iraq now.
    The question is our we better off now that Saddam is gone. He was a counterweight to Iran. He would never have allowed Iran to become the nuclear threat it is becoming. Of course Saddam would have become a nuclear threat.

  • 4Liberty

    This is ridiculous. Response to 9-11: "bomb Afghanistan immediately," yet Eric bemoans the citizens killed by bombers in Iraq? What about the Kurds in the north? This guy doesn't rate attention from anyone. The right gives him a platform for what? Why? He's an idiot. I could care less that he's finally figured out Islam is dangerous. That just proves he's slow, nothing more. Move along, nothing to see here.