Two Banned Heretics From The Daily Kos — on The Jamie Glazov Show

Join the Jamie Glazov Show that aired on Tuesday, April 3, 2012 at 8-9 pm Pacific (11-12 pm EST) on Blog Talk Radio. This week’s focus was Two Banned Heretics From The Daily Kos. Our guests were:

Eric Allen Bell, a former regular blogger for the Daily Kos who was banned for the crime of telling the truth about Islam. He is currently producing a documentary entitled “Not Welcome” that is about the backlash against construction of a 53,000 square foot mega mosque in America’s Bible Belt. He has told his story in his Frontpage article, which went viral around the world, The High Price of Telling the Truth About Islam. Don’t miss Eric Bell on Frontpage’s television program, The Glazov Gang.

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Ben Cohen, a Daily Kos poster who was recently banned over his opposition to the mob hysteria and media misinformation that has all but convicted George Zimmerman of cold-blooded, racially motivated murder in the absence of evidence or trial. He has told his story in the FrontPage article, Another Thought Criminal Banished by the Daily Kos.

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See you next Tuesday night!

  • dave

    Great show. Eric is a cool guy. I think he speaks for many people who have been raised to be Left wing and counter culture. I was and have luckily become unstuck from it, seeing the truths on both sides. Listening to the show I thought that we should be sympathetic to the left and more gentle with them to coax them out. They know they are wrong and in denial. It is hard to admit you are wrong and facing a mendacious threat in Islam, we shouldn't rub their noses in it but discuss with them what we should do together collectively and try to work with each other.

  • Bartimaeus

    Listening to the discussion about persecution of anyone who is critical of Islam raises a serous question. Are we at the point where the American culture has disintegrated to the level where we will not be able to raise an effective defense against the onslaught of Islam? The country is fast giving up what is left of its moral and spiritual foundations in Christianity. The secular left is largely responsible for this although the Christian church in America is also part of the problem. Unless the citizens of this country begin to defend our way of life in a united way, the barbarians within will bring the nation down in the near future. The American culture seems to be divided and in disarray in the face of a determined ideology that is aimed at destroying the Judeo-Christians foundations of our society.

    • http://www.quotingislam.blogspot.com traeh

      I slightly disagree. Citizens uniting is essential, that's true. But at least as important, or more important, is citizens willing to stand alone, publicly, to resist Islam's totalitarian agenda. After all, even when citizens unite to resist Islam, they cannot protect each other 24/7.

      Most individuals who know there is a problem simply don't want to pay the price of publicly resisting. Anonymous resistance via the internet is in a way worthless. Anonymous resistance means you don't put your money where your mouth is, so to speak. Staying anonymous suggests you don't really mean what you say — at any rate, that you don't care about your right to free speech enough to die for that right. The internet has been both a boon and a curse. It has allowed alternative views to appear, but it has also made it too easy for people to remain anonymous. If there were no internet, you can bet anything that many more people would have felt compelled to speak out publicly under their own names. The internet creates an illusion that we are accomplishing more than we really are accomplishing, by venting anonymously.

      We need more unity. But what we really lack is people willing to lead. We need maybe ten times the number of leaders we currently have, or a hundred times the number. Part of the problem is that the danger is not particularly visible. One has to marshal all kinds of evidence. One has to possess a great deal of knowledge in order to be persuasive.

      Islamic Climate of Intimidation: Are the Lights Going Out?

    • RoguePatriot6

      "Are we at the point where the American culture has disintegrated to the level where we will not be able to raise an effective defense against the onslaught of Islam?"

      The American people need to be awar of the deals that Hillary and Obama are striking with the OIC. A few months ago, they practically sold away our rights to free speech and pushed to make it an international to cirminalize speaking against Islam. Their intent is to establish the same anti-defamation or anti-blasphemy laws that are presently actively enforced throughout Europe. Freespeech besides a strong military force is a critical weapon that we have against the Islamist threat.
      If people really think that Sharia being imposed upon our society is a "paranoid" illusion they need to get more involved into finding out what's going on behind the scenes. It's coming our way. Many still don't know how much the lives of Europeans are restricted now because of Shariah. (con'd)

      • RoguePatriot6

        I talk to many military and they aren't even aware of the dangers of saying the wrong thing around the wrong people. Before they would just get a slap on the hand for it but now they could actually do time in prison if they are stationed in Europe.

        There was a Saudi that said what was perceived by the Saudi Shariah police as being blasphemous, here in the U.S. on facebook. Later when he traveled to Indonesia, he was picked up by Interpol and extadited to Saudi Arabia where he faces the death penalty. The Constitution is supposed to protect people like that however under our current useless administration, they basically did an executive order that bypassed that little obstacle too. The fate of the nation is at stake and people are still under the illusion that this too was just another "isolated incident". These aren't coincidences, Obama's goal is to turn this into a Islamic
        Socialist Republic.

      • RoguePatriot6

        I talk to many military and they aren't even aware of the dangers of saying the wrong thing around the wrong people. Before they would just get a slap on the hand for it but now they could actually do time in prison if they are stationed in Europe.

        There was a Saudi that said what was perceived by the Saudi Shariah police as being blasphemous, here in the U.S. on facebook. Later when he traveled to Indonesia, he was picked up by Interpol and extadited to Saudi Arabia where he faces the death penalty http://patrick.net/forum/?p=1209720. The Constitution is supposed to protect people like that however under our current useless administration, they basically did an executive order that bypassed that little obstacle too.

    • 2012Adamovich

      I just can't understand how you can write what you have, the US was founded as a secular country the constitution is a secular document mentioning God only once. Many of the founding fathers were deists no specifically Christian.
      Nobody in the US can reach high office without at least pretending to outwardly express belief in some sort of supernatural superstitious belief usually one of the 30,000 different denominations of Christianity. Its precisely because the US is culturally and religiously majority Christian and that the constitution is a secular document where there is freedom of religion/non-religion for all that one branch of superstition doesn't take dominance over another its much harder for demagogues to dominance the public arena that way.

  • dave

    I think if we admit that we need to make capitalism or what is in effect a plutocratic system, fairer, it will be easier to get the left on our side with regards to Islam. As long as Islam can profess to cure the inequalities and be 'the solution', it is harder to raise awareness that what it actually represents is akin to Hitler and Nazism during the 30s, which only rose to power because of the economic situation and peoples frustration with the massive gulf between rich and poor. If we can admit our own failings and not claim to be above reproach, people won't be so quick to support and defend Islam. I may be being an idealist, but it is crucial to address some of these failings. Like Hitler, Islam is taking advantage of peoples anger and frustration with the current situation and is wrongly seen by many as a voice for them. This needs to be exposed.

  • 2012Adamovich

    As an atheist I found Eric Alan Bells lack of knowledge about Islam embarrassing against the Islam apologist. I though that Dr Glazov and Mr Spencer cut Mr Bell off far too much.
    Eric Alan Bell alluded to the fact he lost the discussion on his Facebook page. Its nothing that can't be address with reading and having resources like Spencer, Professor Bernard Lewis and reading a few books from Mohammeds biography, to what Islam apologists like Professor Ramadan, Reza Aslan write and say. There are plenty of YouTube videos of debates too which should only help him improve from some of the greatest orators of our time like Christopher Hitchens and Sam Harris.