Stephen Coughlin attended the 2016 OSCE (Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe) “Human Development Implementation Meeting” in Warsaw, Poland and spoke to this committee, as he did in 2015.The OSCE uses the language of cultural-Marxism to turn free societies into totalitarian Marxist and Communist societies. Additional: Free Speech Champions Fight Back Against OSCE ‘Islamophobia’…
Stephen Coughlin spoke in Washington, DC at ACTCON 2016, Act for America’s “National Conference and Legislative Briefing: Taking Back America’s Security” about potential terrorist threats to the U.S. homeland. He talked about his former work and his critiques of American intelligence and homeland security agencies. Coughlin also expressed his concern about operational inadequacies at some…
Stephen Coughlin was interviewed after his speech in Los Angeles at the American Freedom Alliance conference, “Islam and Western Civilization: Can they Coexist?” He discussed how Islamist matters have been treated under the past two administrations, and what the prospects are for improvement under either a Democrat or Republican administration.
The CVE (Countering Violent Extremists) and language like that exists to replace facts and evidence.
Excerpt from Stephen Coughlin’s speech at the American Freedom Alliance conference “Islam and Western Civilization: Can they Coexist?” held August 21st in Los Angeles, California.
The Society of Professional Journalists has rules for reporting that link up the narrative set up with the Muslim Brotherhood. Stephen Coughlin explains:
Stephen Coughlin analyzed the dire consequences of disregarding what a Chinese general, military strategist, and philosopher counseled us about the Art of War.
The Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) narrative was set within one month of 9/11. Stephen Coughlin covers Sun Tzu, Louay Safi of the Muslim Brotherhood, and the Society for Professional Journalists — the last two as the instruments of what you are or are not supposed to know about the Islam and the real Muslim Brotherhood agenda.
There is a specific design behind not naming the enemy — Islamic extremism or Islamic militants — because of the CVE. Stephen Coughlin explains on The Glazov Gang.
Stephen Coughlin was on The Glazov Gang discussing the deceptive term, “countering violent extremism.” Using that term is not doing counterterrorism. Rather, the term reveals how the Muslim Brotherhood is directing our foreign policy and national discourse on terror.