When Egypt Fell — on The Glazov Gang

On this week’s Glazov Gang, Nonie Darwish, Eric Allen Bell and Dr. Nancy Bonus gathered to discuss When Egypt Fell. The discussion shed light on the deadly  consequences of the Muslim Brotherhood’s victory in Egypt’s presidential election. Below is Part I of a three part series. We will run Part II in tomorrow’s edition.

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  • SoCalMike

    It's important to remember that before Obama came along the career bureaucrats at the US State Department, mostly hapless obsequious academics, had been agitating for years to hop in bed with the Brotherhood.
    By 2008 they were open about it.
    And notice the way the media pie holes like Doyle McManus and CNN all chirped in tune about "historic forces" in play when in reality we had Obama and the State Department subverting a traditional ally while empowering a traditional enemy. That last part sums up the Obama approach to foreign policy.

    • ron edge

      Why attack Mr.Bell? THAT'S what alienates those who 'lean' Left, as opposed to those who ARE Left: They ask, "Why should one… ANYone… listen to these angry people!! They're OBVIOUSLY closed-minded!! They even eat their young, like Eric: he's not allowed to even deviate an inch from their prejudices."

      Somebody can be in perfect agreement about not wanting the LEAST part of Shari'a, Quranic Laws in America AND be just as convinced that there is a Plutocracy of the 1.00%ers, or even the 0.10%ers, 0.01%ers.

      A honest person can be economically Left and oppose, categorically, Shari'a, Quranic, etc. Laws in America under any guise what-so-EVER!!

      Or, sadly because it might be the downfall of our cause to rid our USA of this evil, you don't.

  • poetcomic1

    Let the Brotherhood have Egypt. Let the money, the tourists, the investments continue to flee. Egypt is always just 'this side' of true starvation. In the end they will be eating each other. Just save the Copts and let the others have their 'Pure Islam'.

  • RoguePatriot6

    Obama is not naive or dumb. He's sponsoring this and supporting it because his views and Muslim Brotherhood's views about Christians, Jews and Israel are the same, period. Why is everyone avoiding the obvious truth. Forget the lip service and the poltical sewage, look at his actions and what's resulted from it. Look at his continuance with what he's doing inspite of the disastorous results in mass graves filled with Chrisitans and Jews.

  • RoguePatriot6

    Funny thing when liberals are voted in, Islamists are empowered….hmmmmm. Strange how that works. One can only wonder why.

    Here it is:

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  • Ron Edge

    Sorry SoCalMike: I hadn't realized I was "Replying" to you: Obviously, I hope, I wasn't.


  • Ron Edge

    While I agree with the subject matter, I wish 'our side' would refrain from using loaded, emotional terms like "Brainwashed" because there are many who are NOT solidly pro-Islamic Laws(s) in America, which gives one SOME hope that they'll be receptive to our counter Jihad/Islamic Laws arguments. But they're going to be offended at being referred to as "Brainwashed" because, as he/she knows very well, THEIR opinions, at least, are "nuanced" and "Brainwashing", "as these "Right-Wing NUTS" are saying, has NOTHING to do with it!!". A small point, yeah, but I've had some of what resembles that in my Chats/Comments discussions.

    Getting back on-topic is impossible. Even when I say "I didn't call you that nor do I think it!!". After that, they are, obviously, 'sulking', rightly so from their POV, I guess.

    Worse, from MY POV, they are just simply closed to anyone with opinions like these who say out loud: "Anyone who believes (like me) thinks that (I'm) "Brainwashed".