Blaming a Film For Islamic Terror — on The Glazov Gang

On this week’s Glazov Gang, Ben Shapiro, Leon Weinstein and Gershon Kelman gathered to discuss Blaming a Film For Islamic Terror. The discussion focused on the assassination of U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and the overall catastrophe of Obama’s foreign policy in the Middle East. See all three parts of this three part series below.

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  • Brenda Shay

    This is a total disaster and I fear it will go on until the end of time. I believe America needs to pull operations out of the area and also the U.N. Of course if Isreal is attacked..we should intervene. As for the actions occurring. In the middle east..We need to act quick if we ever are going to . I feel more high tech action would be the name of the game. We cannot afford to be held hostage to the problem of the middle east. To do so would simply add to the downfall of our beautiful country! By all means we need to defend ourselves if attacked here. One sure way of eliminating some of our danger would be to stricter border control – for starters! it would save this country a lot of mony and grief!

  • lone ranger

    for starters, we need to elect a new President, Romney is the way this country has to go, be fore obama gets a chance , to finish destroying it

    • David, Thailand

      While I agree that Fred the Plumber could probably do a better job of leading the world than the America-hating civilisation-hating white-hating Socialist POTUS, Romney remains clueless about Islam and appears to be easily cowered by the viciousness of the Left.

      With no backbone, America would drift as the world burns. But yes, better Romney than a "flexible" second term for Obama.

      • Kufar Dawg

        I really don't want to find out just exactly what Obama meant by "flexibility", because I think his vision of flexibility includes a totalitarian state.

  • JeremyBeadleshand

    I like how you put all the episodes upon once now, saves me having to go to YouTube to watch them :-)

  • DMW

    Yes, definitely like you putting all the episodes of a particular strain of discussion up at once. If our nation becomes ravaged economically (thanks to Commandante Sub Zero and the Democovets), we will not be able to afford military strength or economic influence. Consequently, we will have an empty tool box to support diplomacy; thus we will be dealing — from a position of weakness — with people that don’t want to be negotiated with and have already declared they want to “run the table” (with Islam as their justification). We are increasingly playing against a stacked deck as our chips to influence the game continue to diminish.

  • RoguePatriot6

    The Muslim Brotherhood was democratically elected?

    I guess there must be a somewhat blurry definiton of the term democratic. In Tunisia, and my guess is that this pretty much went the same in all other countries affected by Arab Spring, the Islamists who were rapidly hijacking it, said that "violence would only be a concern if people don't vote for an Islamic leader". I would tend to believe the same sort of "democracy" was practiced in Egypt.
    For the sake of argument let's say that it really was democratically elected. In spite of this, I can promise you, the Muslim Brotherhood has anything but democracy planned for Egypt.

    • Kufar Dawg

      I remember I read about a husband beating his wife in Egyptistan because she didn't vote for the MB candidate.

      Really, who would put their faith in the election returns that swept the MB to power?

      Personally, I would like to see an independent third party confirm the presidential election results and validate
      the votes cast in the US, because I'm not at all positive that this next presidential election won't be rigged a la Mugabe's reign in Zimbabwe.

    • David, Thailand

      According to yesterday's Daily Mail, the people of Tunisia have been enjoying admirable democratic governance since they ousted ben-Ali.

      While many would agree the DM is a popular pc rag for the easily seduced that's eager to follow the official line, it is worth considering that it's also somewhat less hysterical than the BBC, Guardian and Independent.

      • Kufar Dawg

        Except for anyone Jewish, or non-muslime.

  • dave

    Great show as always and I agree with everything said. However I am so confused vis a vis the US as the worlds 'Police'. I live in London UK and the consensus is that Obama is doing the right thing in letting the world get on with it without US intervention. I just don't know and as I said am confused. Obviously the US beat communism and helped beat facism and hopefully will help beat islam, but does it need to throw it's weight around so much and be so 'muscular' as Ben Shapiro said? The fact that the US has helped create a mega wealthy arab world and therefore a strong islam, in terms of buying oil, makes me wonder how serious the US actually is in it's fight against islam anyway.
    I realize russia or china or whomever would have bought the oil anyway, but it just adds to my sense of confusion. Someone please set me straight! Shana Tova by the way!

    • Kufar Dawg

      The US doesn't get the majority of its oil from islamofascist petrostates. Mexico figures prominently, as does Alaska and Texas in supplying the US. It's the rest of the world who is nearly wholly dependent on islamic oil — particularly Europe/Eurabia.

  • RoguePatriot6

    My heart goes out to that diplomat, those 2 Marines and their families, first off. As for the Marines, I think they were victims of a administration that just sold them out. I will say this. What went down was just a foreshadowing of what we have in store for us as we continue to appease to these bunch of goons. Did it matter that the Obama administration and the whole lib/prog crowd had been the Islamist's greatest ally here in America? No, it didn't. All they were was a means to an end and in the end they were thrown to the side like yesterday's garbage after they had outlived their usefulness. The same fate lies ahead for all useful idiots such as liberal progressives who for some reason cannot seem to stop injecting the PC drug into their brains even though they know it will eventually kill them. For a great many of them, they'll have a mass grave waiting. Think about it, do you actually think that the Islamic culture will tolerate alot of the hedonistic garbage they push? They are a means to an end and serve them in this unholy alliance because they both have equal hatred for America and it's traditional values. (cont'd)

    • Kufar Dawg

      I think a lot of the lib/prog crowd have been compromised by islamofascism. They've been bought off. The Clintons have made tens of millions of dollars off of business dealings w/islamofascist petrostates. Business dealings that the more perspicacious might call bribes, but then again, maybe not. Carter also had multi-million dollar business dealings w/islamofascist financiers:

  • RoguePatriot6

    This country, and I purposely leave the Obama administration out of the equation due to their blatant loyalty to these monsters, had better get away from this "cultural sensitivity" vomit and start seeing things and calling things for what they are instead of what liberal media tells them to see or think. If we don't, these Islamists will accomplish their ultimate goals, our extermination as a society, culture and nation.

    • Kufar Dawg

      This is really the end game of islam and end game borne out by events in Pakistain, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Nigeria etc.

    • Sunbeam

      And these monsters are mad ruthless people. They are all big bullies without compassion except vengeance and violence which seem to rule each and every one of their hearts. The root problem here is Islam and its ideology. It is this element that dictates them to behave this way. Look at its culture….it makes you want to throw out. They really look like DEVILS in their all covering BLACK bulqar. As with other attire, it seems more like uniforms they were wearing. Their men look so unkempt This type of culture is not fit for today's society. Well, it's their right, but at least they don't have to push it upon others. They really can get on everybody's nerves!

  • Blossom Kelley

    In an intelligent move, we'd get Obama out now instead of waiting for an election that may not occur. No, wait, in an intelligent move, we'd not have elected this phoney in office. I despair a citizenry who are so blind to what this man is, a radical ally to a caliphate.

    • David, Thailand

      Obama is not a problem; America is resilient enough to survive 4 years under the Great Destroyer, with difficulty, and some may argue that it may even be able to withstand a second term.

      But what America will not survive, and I doubt any country can, is the type of people that would want to make that man their President.

    • Sunbeam

      America have all the rights under its people. The people themselves are the only backbone their nation survives, not the government. The reason they're elected for is to take care of the whole system and that most importantly are its people and nation. This is the duty of the President. How be it, this President seemed to be on the side of the enemies which is irony in the sight of everybody. The people still have every power to destine for themselves, and if they chose to vent out their anger, still it is within their right to do so.

  • PaulRevereNow

    From Winston Churchill's first speech as P.M., "Arm yourselves, and be ye men of valour, and be in readiness for the conflict; for it is better for us to perish in battle than to look upon the outrage of our nation and our altar."


      Winston Churchill. The Greatest Man of the 20th century.

      Too bad the UK died and became a laughing stock.

      • southwood

        Just like America is fast becoming a laughing stock too with its Jihad friendly foreign policy debacle, its Muslim Brotherhood advisor to the Sec of State, and its economic problems. People in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.

        • Kufar Dawg

          True enough.

          • southwood

            If you read Ezekiel 38 it mentions a big group of nations coming against Israel in the latter days. Some of the names may have different or broader meanings than they have today. Libya could just mean North Africa. Ethiopia and Persia (Iran) are two others mentioned. Russia is called Gog, Togarmah may be Turkey. Yemen (Seba) and Saudi Arabia (Dedan) are mentioned. Tarshish and Gomer are included whereever they are, Europe probably. It seems to mention a nuclear attack on the enemies who attack Israel but no mention of any nation. It could be America. It could be China. But under Obama Israel has been more alienated from America, less of an ally, whereas it seems to be forging closer relations with China. Someone pointed out that no nation identifiable as the USA is referred to in the book of Revelation. It could be that America becomes part of this confederacy with Canada and Mexico which has been talked of. If Obama gets 4 more years in office and the UN influences America more and more, who knows where it will lead.

  • Asher

    Betrayed…Americans everywhere have been betrayed, and sold out by the Obama administration!

  • chowching259

    The world’s largest Synagogue and mall can be built in Cairo, it would welcome millions of Jews to pray and shop. Egypt again would house a Jewish population, the Koran and Old Testament will become one book.

  • Ghostwriter

    Since when,chowching259? The Egyptian Jews have ALL left Egypt!!!

  • Sunbeam

    It is time America will have to do some soul searching. It cannot be always the target for pressure or dictate by foreign countries into believing that America was to be blame for every single wrongdoing. These countries who are quick to judge and accuse have only one purpose; and that is to further their ONE important agenda. I am sure everyone is aware of this by now. The fact is I don't see any wrong in making the film, more so when the fact is true. Why the commotion? Why the hostility and outcry? And the death of innocent lives involving Christopher Steven and the other three staffs? The answer for all this, is already in their hands. The rest was just a show.

  • jose

    The mainstreet media types are utterly 'orgasmic' at the possibility of destroying this great nation.They hate americans and anything american. Just watch 'The today show'.