Not For Conservatives Only — on The Brewster Gang

On this week’s Brewster Gang, Eric Allen Bell, Dwight Schultz and Susan Olsen gathered to discuss Not For Conservatives Only. The discussion focused on why mostly conservatives are confronting the truth about Islamic totalitarianism — while  the Left shows complete indifference. See all three parts of the three part series below:

Part I:

Part II:

Part III:

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  • Jeff Laster

    Why in each segment does Eric Allen Bell get chosen to speak last and then has considerably less time to speak than the other two guests (especially Dwight Schultz). This was very annoying especially as Bell has a unique contribution to make due to his left wing background.

    • Rob

      Agreed. I've noticed the same thing.

      • Josh Brewster

        Hi thanks for watching – I've done an hour on the radio with Eric, and this is his 2nd appearance on the Glazov Gang when I've been host. He's been on with Jamie as well. Sorry if you thought he needed more time but don't make any mistake: He's a welcome guest and I do whatever I can to get his message out there all the time! THANK YOU FOR WATCHING. New shows coming up next week! –Josh

        • traeh

          Good shows, Josh, but I agree with other commenters — all due respect to the other two guests, who are both interesting, but the person I was most interested to hear from, and whom I find most compelling when he speaks, is Eric Allen Bell. I'd like to see a show just with him alone being interviewed. Or at least that he be given more time than he got in these segments. Conservative counterjihadis are almost a dime a dozen. Liberal counterjihadis are rare and valuable gems, especially the compelling Eric Allen Bell. Resistance to the sharia ethos intimidating free speech is crippled when that resistance is stuck in a right-wing cultural ghetto and can be tarred as mere right wing bias. Eric Allen Bell and others like him are absolutely essential to broaden the movement to resist the spread of a sharia social ethos that accompanies spread of Muslim populations. If center-Left and center-Right cannot unite to resist, Europe demographic fall to Islam may be irreversible in a decade or two. And if Europe is dominated by Islam in the next few decades, it is doubtful whether the U.S. will be able to stand alone indefinitely as a lone island of Western resistance.

  • Kufar Dawg

    Josh' s comment about handing over Gaza to islamofascists is something I had never heard about, but is so apt considering that over ten thousand rocket and mortar rounds have been fired into Israel from Gaza (and now the Sinai as well). It used to be only Northern Israel was being bombarded by Syrian artillery and later Hezbollah rockets. Great show, it's just too bad the MSM would never air it.

  • kepha

    I suspect that one reason why the Right confronted the ugliness about Islamic theology earlier was because of the larger number of traditional Christians on the Right. People on the Left who claim a commitment to Christ tend to think that a traditional religion is there to be ignored, and figure that most Muslims, like most liberalized Jews and Christians, are just "happen to be" members of their faith community, without any real interest in their tradition's theology and certainly no willingness to conform their ethics to the faith's demand. Hence, the Left's default position is to accuse the Right of anti-immigrant or anti-minority bigotry when it starts getting critical of Islam.