Skip to comments.“Heartwarming” Generally Isn’t the Word to Describe Jamie Glazov’s Articles
Posted on 03/12/2010 2:38:35 AM PST by Michael van der Galien
They have more in common than just the family resemblance.
My always-supportive friend and mentor Dr. Jamie Glazov has a must-read article today at FrontPage.
Usually when I introduce one of Jamies articles its time to brace yourself for a horrific expose of Islamofascism or misogyny. Todays a bit different, though. Jamie has finally written the kind of piece Ive been bugging him to do for months: the story of his family. Heres the beginning of it:
One day, when I was nine years old, my father and I were on our way to Church. As we neared the entrance, I spat on the ground. Reflexively, my dads arm shot out across my chest like a railway barrier, blocking my motion forward. We stood there, frozen in time, for some three seconds until my father uttered, in a very serious but patient way: It is ok to spit outside of KGB headquarters, but never in front of a place such as this. I registered the message and indicated my understanding and we proceeded on our way.
(Excerpt) Read more at newsrealblog.com ...
Fascinating article with grave portent for the future.
“Fascinating article with grave portent for the future.”
It is, and so is the accompanying article on their site telling how none of our conservative commentators are supporting Geert Wilders’ defense against the onslaught of Islamofascism.
Michael Savage is the only talk show host I’ve heard take up the cause.