Stephen Coughlin on the Countering Violent Extremism narrative

Stephen Coughlin speaks about the US program, “Countering Violent Extremism,” and an international one, UN resolution 16/18, both of which are designed to prevent any criticism of Islam, or any examination into the motives for Islamic terrorism and jihad. Unconstrained Analytics Report: Burning Down the House: A Strategic Overview of the Threat, the CVE, and Strategic Incomprehension…

Implications of the Countering Violent Extremism Movement

Stephen Coughlin was on Secure Freedom Radio talking about: How the Muslim Brotherhood hides behind inter-faith dialogues Implications of the Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) movement Muslim Brotherhood’s hand in developing the CVE narrative Whitewashing in US hate speech laws How designating the Muslim Brotherhood as a terrorist organization changes the CVE narrative Civilization jihad and…

At War With Narratives Rather Than Terrorists

Stephen Coughlin discussed the question, “Is Al-Qaeda Really the Moderate Alternative to ISIS?”, unveiling our self-destruction via the US government’s ‘Countering Violent Extremism’ narrative on The Glazov Gang:

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What ISIS Really Wants (Atlantic)

Stephen Coughlin’s response: “Exploiting Ignorance in the Post Subversion Phase: Assessing “What ISIS Really Wants” in Light of the ‘Countering Violent Extremism’ Narrative.”

REPORT: Exploiting Ignorance in the Post Subversion Phase

Stephen Couglin has written a new report, “Exploiting Ignorance in the Post Subversion Phase: Assessing “What ISIS Really Wants” in Light of the ‘Countering Violent Extremism’ Narrative.” In it, he analyzes The Atlantic article, “What ISIS Really Wants,” as well as the Foreign Policy article, “The Moderate Muslim Brotherhood.” Coughlin says that the Atlantic article supports narratives…

US Govt’s Failure to Identify Motives of Chattanooga Shooter

Patrick Poole was on Secure Freedom Radio discussing: The U.S. government’s failure to identify the Chattanooga shooter’s motives Contrasts between the Charleston and Tennessee shootings Why the U.S. government is ignoring Shariah ideology How the idea of “countering violent extremism” is dangerous and misses the point An assessment of Britain’s shifting policies towards radical Islam…