Islamic Human Slaughterhouses for Christians — on The Glazov Gang


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This week’s Glazov Gang episode was joined by Walid Shoebat, a former Muslim Brotherhood terrorist who turned to love and Christianity. He is the author of his most recent book The Case for Islamophobia and heads the organization RescueChristians.org.

He joined the program to discuss Islamic Human Slaughterhouses for Christians:

Don’t miss this week’s second episode with Ronn Torossian, the Founder, President and CEO of 5W Public Relations, one of the 25 largest independent American PR firms, which was named PR Agency of the Year by the American Business Awards.

He joined the program to discuss Ignoring Hip-Hop Ensures a Democratic President in 2016:

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  • Marie

    I’m sorry but when he names names of informants, he’s putting them in danger. I don’t think he should be doing that if the informants are still in country. I’m thinking they will be hunted down and killed….

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  • Dyer’s Eve

    I just watched the video and read the article on Walid Shoebat’s website. Absolutely horrifying. Is there nothing the black stone worshippers won’t stoop to? Time to wake up, sleepy West.

  • kevinstroup

    Why do Christians take this crap? Doesn’t matter if you are outnumbered. If they are going to kill you anyway, get armed and take as many of them with you as you can. What has happened to Christians? They are so weak and gutless now.

    • Drakken

      As a Catholic myself, I find it appalling that Christian theologians have for the last 100 years, have pushed the agenda of peace at any price and to roll over and play dead in the face of naked aggression. This bloody nonsense of fighting wars that follow a means test instead of the mailed fist is coming back to haunt us. We have had a half a century of prosperity that also has made us weak, decadent and feckless. If current events continue to run its course, we are going to see Darwin with a vengeance, for history is never kind to the weak and always favors the strong.

  • xfahctor

    Yes, let’s just ignore the slaughter of Palestinian citizens.

    • Hass

      When making idiotic claims, it helps to show evidence along with the source of info.

    • jamieglazov11

      Here is a powerful example of how Palestinians are suffering because of the “Occupation”: http://www.frontpagemag.com/2014/dgreenfield/palestinian-authority-1700-hamas-millionaires-in-gaza/

    • cjkcjk

      It’s very easy to ignore something that’s not happening.

    • http://www.facebook.com/aemoreira81 aemoreira81

      For now, I would. Domestic issues are more important; foreign issues follow therefrom.

    • WillielomanIII

      What? The Jews are best friends the arabs have…other arab countries killed them, expelled them, kept them in camps… the Jews built business, gave fully human and voting rights which they do not get in arab countries…really grow up and stop lying

    • Drakken

      Your lucky that I am not in charge, the question would be asked, what fakestinains?

    • 12banjo

      Yes, let’s. Because it isn’t happening.

  • johnlac

    Okay, Mr. Torossian thinks we’re losing millions of voters by not appealing to the hip-hop segment of the voting bloc. So let’s proceed to appeal to those rapsters and hip-hopsters who are eagerly awaiting the approval of all those old fogies in the Republican Party who think using logic, facts, and reason to appeal to voters is not old-fashioned. How many voters will the Pubbies get if the next GOP prez candidate brings in rappers and hip-hoppers to uh …sing their uh..songs at his or her rallies? How about three or four. Not three or four million. Nor thousand. Nor hundred. Maybe three or four. I would bet most young hip-hop/rap lovers either don’t follow politics or don’t agree with a party that tells them government isn’t their great savior.
    This reminds me of Nixon appearing on Laugh-In saying “sock it to me.” Undoubtedly, that gained Pubbies millions of young voters who thought (rightly) that Nixon was just a stodgy, old curmudgeon. When they knew he was hip, they voted by the millions for him over Hubert Humphrey and George Wallace neither of whom appeared on Laugh-In thereby losing millions of young voters. You betcha.
    Sorry, Ronn, no amount of pandering to politically indifferent, hostile to small government advocates will win them over. Unless when throwing down gang signs the Pubbie candidate is also promising free pot and a Lexus for every crib er driveway.

  • Charles Martel

    So we compromise all our principles and end up becoming just like democrats and their little cult following dimwits! No thanks. What have you conserved?

    • WillielomanIII

      Really, you are not listening at all. Compromising what principles? This supports capitalism, hard work, rugged individualism, independence, creating new businesses…wake up and try to have an open mind or just keep electing more lefty democrats

      • jamieglazov11

        Right on Willielomanill!

        • cjkcjk

          Wow, disappointing.

      • cjkcjk

        While the principles used to achieve a goal are important, the actual creation is even more important. Capitalism, hard work, etc. in order to create a great nation…….GOOD.
        Capitalism, hard work, etc. to create an evil message of violence, racism, etc………..EVIL.
        Just as the end doesn’t justify the means, the means don’t justify the end.

        • WillielomanIII

          Well, much of our culture until the mid 1960′s was riddled with Jim Crow Evil…I assume that is what you mean

          • cjkcjk

            Jim Crow? PLEASE show me a nation which has done more for the advancement and enrichment both physically and morally for mankind, not a perfect one, just show me a better one you Leftie.

          • Conservative not Republican

            reverse-racist

        • laura r

          ron needs to address some of jayz’s vile lyrics.

  • Ralph

    This all reminds me of a few years ago when FPM ran an article about so-called “South Park Conservatives” (I forget the author). It basically made the same argument and it was only marginally less wrong than this Torrossian garbage.

    There the author said we should be appealing the white hipster crowd when he notices that South Park made wicked no-punches-pulled fun of liberals. While this was true Brian Somebodyorother thought that the SP guys were actually conservatives. Not by a longshot, as anyone seeing their treatment of Christianity (e.g.) could tell you. He mistook mere adolescent irreverence for actual conservative values. With these people it’s all about the ‘optics’.

    Of course pandering to hip-hop is far worse, since at least the SP guys have real talent and haven’t necessarily actively promoted deviancy the way the thugs do. To equate “Stick ‘em up!” (tm Amiri Baraka) and “Kill whitey” with the practice of free enterprise is as blatantly disingenuous as you can get.

    Fortunately white people seem to be tuning this garbage out more and more, as evidenced by the overwhelmingly negative comments on this series of articles. FPM should heed their readership.

    • NAHALKIDES

      Seconded. We cut Torossian’s thesis to pieces when it was presented. There’s a message for the editors there, and it’s not that we the readers are tragically and stupidly blind to the wondrous possibilities of “music” that celebrates misogyny and criminality. I would again urge FPM editors not to make the same mistake that the GOP leadership has, namely, to think they need or can get a new base. There’s nothing wrong with the GOP base, nor with FPM readers who abominate Hip-Hop and recognize we cannot in any way use it to our political advantage.

    • http://www.facebook.com/aemoreira81 aemoreira81

      Except for one problem: those programs are among the shows that are popular in the younger population—one in which Republicans need to at least break even (which would require gaining 12-13 percentage points). Programming is usually determined by what younger viewers want, as the ad dollars are there.

      • johnlac

        Here’s the problem: conservatism appeals to mature brains i.e. adults. Liberalism appeals to immature, mush brains. What Torossian is asking is trying to make arguments for a mature, adult political philosophy (conservatism) to brains that are ill-equipped to understand it. It’s like trying to explain Milton Friedman to five year olds. They simply can’t grasp the principles. Sure, we might get a few hundred, but the juice won’t be worth the squeeze.

        • http://www.facebook.com/aemoreira81 aemoreira81

          Your thinking ignores the fact that much of hip hop’s audience is composed of adolescents…where IQ can rise or fall by as much as 30 points. That audience can be had if only an attempt to spread the message is made.

    • Seek

      The “South Park” author was Brian Anderson, who turned the article into a book by the same name. South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are instinctive libertarians, and very funny ones at that. So I have no problem with them. But hip-hop is a different story. The core audience is black, plus a good measure of whites who are the musical equivalent of coal burners. We’re not going to get too much mileage from appealing to them.

      • laura r

        more whts buy jayz than blk.

  • NAHALKIDES

    Having Torossian double-down on the same points on the Glazov Gang he tried to make two weeks ago in a pair of articles cannot save his argument from the refutations we commentators presented at that time. Hip-Hop is the musical expression of a failed sub-culture, the culture of the ghetto which will never be receptive to the basic Conservative political message of less welfare and more work. This culture must be transformed before residents of the inner cities, who are currently poorly educated and utterly unprepared for the duties of citizenship, will accept personal responsibility and be receptive to that Conservative message. For now, they will vote for the party that promises the most handouts, and we know which one that is.

  • TrueNorth777

    I watched the Glazgov-Torossian video. I wish this had preceded Torossian’s articles. I am in agreement that if hip-hop is reflective of the rising demographics’ musical tastes, it should be recognized as a valid medium to deliver messages of hard work, morals, ethics, character to our youth. With that said, big music industry and agencies such as Torossian’s need to publicly raise the profiles of lesser-known rappers who deliver positive content, give them much more air time ~ then, absolutely and unequivocably shun profoundly negative lyrics / stage theatrics from artists who emulate a violent or self-hating lifestyle (which includes the likes Cyrus, Ga Gag et al). Integrity, hard work. self-respect and self-determination are age old….when someone has these values, it’s akin to an inner light….and easily discerned. I do see a light in Torossian, he knows well there are universal truths that surpass colour, creed, religion, ideology and I think he may see an opportunity to create a bridge for the common good. I truly hope he can. With that said, I think it is fundamentally wrong for Torossian to infer that these values were instilled or learned via exposure to Jay-Z (self-proclaimed royalty of the business). Torossian’s glorification of this rapper (about 12:04 onwards) weakens the message. Jay-Z nor any earthly presence are the messiahs of such values. (Need we google other Jay-Z songs to validate this.) If Torossian truly believes that saturating our youth with hip hop is the way to go to make a change in America, then he and his industry (to start) must insist/demand clients cultivate the light with positive words. We, be we consumers, marketers, industry moguls, have to work together to deflect the darkness intent on blanketing America and the world – be the change we want to see in the world. Yes, be open to new ideas, new ways of communicating yet be brave, resist big music industry status quo and walk the talk. Shine that light! May God ‘s good grace and mercy give us strength and courage to take the measures needed to return those values to our nations. It is our children who will reap the outcome of our indifference or folly if we do not act now.

    • Seek

      What is so “self-hating” about Lady Ga-Ga, who at least is talented, white and ethnic Italian at that? We could do worse than appeal to her audience. Jay-Z, by the way, is a good friend of Al Sharpton, and with wife Bayonce, appeared with Sharpton at the Harlem rally for Trayvon Martin last year. Oh, yeah. Some “conservative.”

      • TrueNorth777

        Did you deliberately misread my post — you will see that I am NOT a fan of Jay-Z, Beyonce, or their cronies, etc. I detest their vulgar lyrics, stage theatrics and propensity to create racial divide. As for Ga-gag…I had no opinion of her until she allowed someone to vomit on her. Truly….who does this? Performers of integrity maintain their self-respect on/off the stage. Messages of integrity speak for themselves. The music industry needs to allow the less-known rappers to deliver messages of integrity (sans vulgarity). These self-proclaimed hiphop icons need to step aside and let a new breed of articulate bright young stars (regardless of background, culture) which emulate integrity rise up to return self-respect and honor to the community. Yes, I am conservative …

        • laura r

          the new breed of decent hiphop artists have also been around for 30 yrs. many are old skool. have been trying to say this for 2 weeks. yes, this vid should have come before the articals.

      • laura r

        ron does not agree w/jayz politically.

  • http://www.facebook.com/aemoreira81 aemoreira81

    I feel like a broken record—but the issue is not to use hip hop to communicate the message, but to try to reach the hip-hop listening audience without compromising the platform. Republicans are historically poor communicators…and to win new voters, one has to go into media where Republicans have never gone before. Rand Paul recognizes this…if you want to win Pennsylvania, you probably need Philadelphia to avoid not having to sweat it out. To win Ohio, one needs to win Cleveland. To win Illinois, one has to make a serious dent in Chicago, and likewise with New York state and NYC.

    • Madame_deFarge

      Have you considered that you may actually be a broken record? If you {{{}feel}}}} like one and sound like one, well…

      • Sharps Rifle

        He is. He trolls that same libtarded nonsense all over conservative sites.

    • Drakken

      Blacks are not going to vote for a republican if their lives depended upon it, if you put mickey mouse on a bar stool and slapped him with the democratic label, the blacks would still vote for him.

      • http://www.facebook.com/aemoreira81 aemoreira81

        If the values are extolled during the teen years (the years when IQ is really determined and critical thinking skills can best develop), I wouldn’t be so sure that Republicans wouldn’t win new voters. But the key years are 14-18.

    • TrueNorth777

      I hear what you are saying. Approach the hip hop audience with artists who articulate and promote messages of integrity, hard work, values, family.

      • laura r

        sounds like a plan.

  • The Facts

    Here’s your Hip Hop track with Ronn Torossian and Walid Shoebat in it: http://youtu.be/dTAex-AHprM

    • Madame_deFarge

      Truly vile.

      Experiencing the Left from the inside out then daring to expose what was seen and rejecting their corruption is what is unforgivable. They can deny all they want but will never be able to prove his story as untrue.

    • Drakken

      Good to know that you openly and without reservation support and defend Islamic jihad, I have a name for folks like you, future targets with no bag limit. By the way, if you love those bloody ragheads so much? Why aren’t you there getting your hands dirty?

      • The Facts

        I keep calling your bluff.

        • Drakken

          Your going to find it sooner or later. I am in the Middle East so please come on over, I’ll show you exactly what I mean, just make sure your will is up to date.

          • The Facts

            That sounds like two bit apocalyptic nonsense.

          • Drakken

            Talking out of your azz because your mouth knows better again. Come on shortbus, put your money where your mouth is. You love those ragheaded savages, show them how much.

  • WillielomanIII

    Listen to this guy…he is making excellent points. Hard work is a conservative value. Capitalism is a conservative value. Freedom is a conservative value. Perseverance is a conservative value. Do we want a vibrant voter base that can relate conservative candidates or do we still want to surrender the youth vote and the non-white vote to the Nancy Pelosi’s of the world? Are you kidding.

    • Brian Wilson

      Hard work is a conservative value – but only if it is legal hard work. Gang leaders have worked hard to get where they are. Mafioso have worked hard to get where they are. Drug cartel kings have worked hard to get where they are and they have all profited from free market capitalism. There is only one problem: What they do, advocate, and promote is morally reprehensible.

      • cjkcjk

        Good reply to someone who is actually a Leftie at heart.

    • Seek

      “Vibrant” = nonwhite.

  • fedupwithstupid

    This guy is full of shizzle and drizzle not gonna put on a pizzle. what a load of doodoo.

  • Undezog

    It is well known that there is a pornstar turned performance artist named Annie Sprinkle. I think her schtick is having members of the audience use a small flashlight to look in her cervix CONSERVATIVES SHOULD UNITE BEHIND ANNIE SPRINKLE TO WIN 2016.
    Rap garbage is only a step above Annie Sprinkle’s nonsense. There is a limit to cesspool diving that a person can do. Maybe the country is gone (they did vote for Obama twice, afterall) and people of good mind and will just have to pick up the pieces.

    • cjkcjk

      But, but shouldn’t we ‘celebrate’ her rugged individualism and capitalistic spirit?

  • ObamaYoMoma

    Ignoring Hip-Hop Ensures a Democratic President in 2016

    Not Pandering to Illegals Ensure a Democratic President in 2016 and Beyond.

    Where have I heard these echoes before?

  • Jakareh

    I don’t think anybody who listens to hip-hop is a conservative because being a conservative means to value and appreciate one’s culture and traditions. All I see in hip-hop is a return to barbarism. Some hip-hop fans may be capitalists, a few may oppose intrusive government, but conservatives they are not, and ultimately I doubt they very many of them would abandon someone “cool” like the Big B.O. for anyone conservatives could support.

    • laura r

      i am conservative on many issues, i listen to hip hop.

  • Rdlake

    The savages are taking over Europe as these governments assimilate to the Muslim Satanic way of life. Our closet Muslim President is quickly following suit.

  • Lanna

    Walid and Raymond Ibrahim really know Islam’s history and chaotic natures. I am glad that Front Page Mag hires them for their expertise. Shoebat knows all to well, the persecution that goes on against Christians and Jews, he sees it first hand and used to live among them.

  • BohdanUke1

    The very fact that we’re even commenting on kindergarten rhymes (hip-hop) proves we’re devolving and screwed. Enjoy the last days of our country as we know [knew?] it. Kumbaya really worked, eh?

  • Seek

    “Snuff films” are an urban legend. They don’t exist — unless you’re willing to make an exception in the case of “The Passion of the Christ.” I’m a huge fan, by the way, of Mel Gibson’s next movie, “Apocalypto” (2006). It showed ancient Mayan savages for what they really were.

    • cjkcjk

      Great film, but I think snuff films are real. I am a firm believer in the axiom that If you can imagine it, it has happened.

    • Mo86

      @ Seek

      “They don’t exist — unless you’re willing to make an exception in the case of “The Passion of the Christ.”‘

      You’re denying Jesus Christ exists and was crucified?

      What nonsense.

  • rusyn

    now that we have embrace d hip hop all the b-tches, hos and n–gers and pimps will all be republicans.

    • Conservative not Republican

      Not to mention that the country club Republicans who think this is a good idea are ignorant of the fact that rap sales have been declining for years.

  • laura r

    ronn was good, he did emphasize the business aspect of hiphop. in a way hip hop success is similar to the success of the immigrants who came to NYC around late 1890s-1900 (& beyound). many became millionares. no college, no connections, no family $. there is another point that both jamie & ronn should examine. untill the mid 70s or so it was easier to get started in many ways, even working a 9-5 job in the “mail room”. what blew that out of the water was the universities. (corporate useless facades). by the 80s, colleges had courses & degrees in everything under the sun. we had become a degree credential oriented society. there are jobs i had in the 60s-70s which now require a masters to get in the door. (hope jayz/puff daddy dont require a piece of paper to work @ their firms). gone are the days of appenticeship, assistant, beginner typist. as for starting your own business, there are so many regulations which makes it very much harder than my grandfathers time. the blk kids on the blk may not be so different than the jewish kids or italians on the block. each culture has to take what they have, market it sell it, figure it out. i dont like many aspects of commerical hiphop, but i understand what ron is trying to say. he may reach the under 45 crowd but the older ones on this forum.