Leaving the Totalitarian Faith — on The Glazov Gang


This week’s Glazov Gang had the honor of being joined by actor Basil Hoffman (The Artist),  Ari David, Podcast Host of The Ari David Show and Czech Defector Borek Volarik.

The Gang members gathered to discuss Leaving the Totalitarian Faith. The dialogue occurred in Part I and focused on each guest’s personal story about braking ranks.

Part II dealt with Basil Hoffman’s book, Acting and How to Be Good at It, the recent black mob violence in Chicago and Senator Dianne Feinstein’s hypocrisy on gun control.

To watch both parts of the two-part series, see below:

Part I:

Part II:

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  • Kenny Williams

    Great show! Wish it could be an hour program.

    • Brooklyn Dave

      I always enjoy Jamie & guests

    • catherineinpvb

      Yes;love these; and wish too; they could be longer. (if even a bit less bumper music and a few more seconds of dialogue?)

  • PacRim Jim

    Chilling words of Borek Volarik, that he now has to oppose communists in the U.S.

    • ltcdmward

      Yes. It's like no place, eventually, is safe from the Collectivist idea and people willing to subjugate others "for their own good" don't ya just know.

  • Crossbow87

    Been a fan of Jamie's for years, have given money to the Freedom Center and all….yet I cring when he does that Hotel California thingee….

  • tagalog

    On Amazon.com, the reviews of readers point out that "White Girl Bleed A Lot," although a valuable work, is not very good as a paperback but is much better as an e-book.

    Has anything been done to make the paperback any better? One major complaint that I think is significant and telling is that the e-book provides many links to internet sites where more information can be obtained with a click of the mouse, something that publication in the paperback format can't match. Is anything being done to remedy that shortcoming?

    I doubt that I will ever buy an e-book, but this particular work I would buy as a paperback. I don't think I'm completely alone in this. If something could be done to make this work an effective publication in the book format, I for one can promise that I would buy it.

    • Colin Flaherty

      Hi tagalog: new edition coming out this summer. in the meantime, for anyone who wants to follow along with the hard back version of the book, all the links are available at http://Whitegirlbleedalot.com

      Thanks for your encouragement. And very honored to be associated in any way with Jamie Glazov and David Horowitz.

  • cynthia curran

    Jamie got guts to go to Barbara Coe's group which means that he is no sofies on illegal immirgaton like other Repubs.

  • Loyal Achates

    So this is your excuse for Reagan being a lousy actor?

  • 77patriot

    Can you guys put this in a podcast format? Good stuff!

  • Questions

    Acting is mimicry from memory. It's a skill honed by extensive training and practice. I don't think that it's some sort of regression to a childish, thumb-sucking fantasy world. Nor do I believe that "Leftists" somehow are better or worse at acting than anyone else. Long before there was a political Left, there were actors. Or perhaps we've forgotten about Shakespeare?

  • And so it goes

    Jamie and his guests spend so much time talking about themselves that they have little time to discuss the topic. Too bad.

    • Kenny Williams

      The topic is themselves you fool. The first part is about their break from their tyrannical ideologies. I am about to write a letter to the producers for them to do MORE focus on the guests, and they listen to what I say, trust me. So time for you to start watching another show. Bye bye.

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