The Devil We Don’t Know in Syria — on The Glazov Gang

In this week’s edition of the Glazov Gang, Dwight Schultz, Rob Nelson and Tommi Trudeau gathered to discuss The Devil We Don’t Know in Syria, which can be seen in Part III of the three part series below. To see Part I, which focused on Lady Gaga and Islam, click here. To see Part II, which hosted a debate on Obama’s Knowledge About Judaism, click here.

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  • Larry

    Damn! I'm becoming more and more convinced that Tommy is running one of the greatest satires in history. :D

    • Kelly Fields.

      Haha you are right Larry!! It doesn't get any better than this! Best show out there!

  • Ralph

    Rob Nelson is a lightweight.

  • Tommi Trudeau

    On the subject of Tommi Trudeau:

    "Allah did not create man so that he could have FUN. The aim of creation was for mankind to be put to the test through hardship and prayer. An Islamic regime must be serious in every field. There are no JOKES in Islam. There is no HUMOR in Islam. There is no FUN in Islam. There can be no FUN and JOY in whatever is serious." – Ayatollah Khomeini.

    "One of the virtues of freedom and democracy, is our ability to have FUN. Aww, such a simple concept. But, in the Islamic world, FUN is banned. And to make sure the people are stopped from having FUN, you have the moral police. Is there any wonder Muslims are so ANGRY? Hell, it's the only emotion allowed!" – The Infidel Bloggers Alliance.

    There is Brilliance in Buffoonery!

    and, Jamie Glazov is indeed, brilliant in his use of comedy in the struggle against oppression and tyranny.
    Comedy is a very powerful weapon and our ability to laugh and have fun gives us great advantage over our adversaries. Indeed, throughout the Islamic world and in many places like North Korea, political satire is banned and considered to be so dangerous and its influence is feared so much by the government, that the use of it usually caries a death sentence or if you're lucky, many years in prison. A dear friend who was imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp by the Nazis told me a story of a famous Jewish comedian who was also a prisoner. He said that the comedian began to do a routine that he was famous for in which he satirized Hitler. To the horror of everyone watching, the guards came in and beat the comedian to death. He said that from then on, no one ever laughed again in that horrible place..

    And.. maybe, the most interesting thing of all.. My biggest fans are people who actually suffered under totalitarian regimes. I have Muslim apostates and Soviet dissidents who call me and tell me how much they love the show! One of my videos is actually posted on, "The People's Cube" which is a really brilliant website operated by a Soviet dissident who was a Communist propaganda artist. http://thepeoplescube.com/peoples-blog/i-said-kis