Jihad Denial — on The Glazov Gang

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In this special episode of The Glazov Gang, Josh Brewster interviewed the host of the show, Frontpage’s editor Jamie Glazov.

In the two-part video interview below, Brewster speaks with Glazov about Jihad Denial. The discussion focuses on Jamie’s critically-acclaimed United in Hate, his latest book High Noon For America: The Coming Showdown, his family’s struggle for freedom, David Horowitz’s work and influence, and much more.

In Part I, the discussion focuses on Jamie Glazov’s parents’ dissident activity in the former Soviet Union and how it molded his battle against the Left.

Part II deals with Jamie’s United in Hate, his new book, High Noon For America: The Coming Showdown, why progressives can’t accept the truth about Islamic supremacism, the legacy of Alexander Solzhenitsyn and David Horowitz’s priceless contribution to fighting the Left.

Both parts of the two part series are below:

Part 1:

Part 2:

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  • timeklek

    “Progressives” refuse to listen to the Conservative point of view as they see more government as the remedy for societal ills. More govt. inevitably leads to tyranny!

  • Sunny N

    I have a many cousins who think this way and wonder why, what is in it they see? They see a modern answer to the woe’s of the world and conservatives as backwards, they are uninformed and arrogant. They have offspring now that follow in their footsteps. Offspring goes off to college and the thought process heard at home is acerbated and takes off with the help of ‘professors’. Sad.
    Great interview Jamie!

  • onegoodnathan

    what intellectually dishonest writers like Glazov omit is that the US govt always attempts to overthrow the leftists only to install a much more brutal US puppet regime…lumumba for mubuto in congo, allende for pinochet in chile, torrijos for noriega in panama(regimes of terror to a name few) also when bush tried and failed to overthrow chavez in 2002 which would have made a worse situation for the venezuelan people. As if the US govt is morally superior to Cuba’s govt. why doesnt a fraud like glazov write about the global crimes of the CIA rather than demonize a man like oliver stone who is only supporting countries that resist the exploitative US empire?

    • Softly Bob

      Nice to hear comments from a moron now and again.

      • onegoodnathan

        name calling. great argument.

        • nomoretraitors

          Yeah, like you liberals know nothing about name calling

      • nomoretraitors

        If you want to hear them more often, go to MSNBC on Facebook

    • TienBing

      How anyone can bemoan intellectual dishonesty and assert in the same sentence that the original fascist leaders were better than the new fascist leaders that the US replaced them with is a puzzle only a leftist immune to cognitive dissonance and satire could ignore. Anyone lacking the blinders of a good leftist would be hard pressed to explain how Pinochet was any worse than Allende – to cite one of your examples; likewise with the rest of them. They were all SOBs – the replacements were our SOBs.

    • defcon 4

      If Communist Cuba is such a great place then why did so many Cubans flee Cuba for the USA?

  • nomoretraitors

    Holder looks like he’s taking a dump in the chair

  • Hugh Vincelette

    I am a professional with higher education & an appreciation for the fact that liberal thinking creates liberty, justice, & equality , through respect & compromise with moderate & conservative perspectives.Personally, I ma very progressive, as are most of the people I know well. And, we are as concerned as any one about the encroachment of Islamic intransigence into the west with their overt attempts to diminish freedoms. It is alarming to read of “no-go zones’ in many European cities today.