DHS, White House Tout Ability to Screen Syrian Refugees. But Under Oath, FBI Says Opposite

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson told USA Today yesterday that the wave of Syrian refugees that will be admitted into the U.S. in the coming year will be subjected to “extensive, thorough background checks.” But just last week, testifying before the House Judiciary Committee, FBI Director James Comey said exactly the opposite. When asked about criticisms…

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.”

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UA’s Exclusive interview with Sheikh Nabil Naeem about Muslim Brotherhood

Unconstrained Analytics principals Patrick Pool and Stephen Coughlin had the opportunity to escort a U.S. congressional delegation to Egypt last week — we were sponsored by the Cairo-based Center for North Africa and Near East Security Studies. Here is Patrick Poole’s report (PJ Media): One of the common themes we heard from senior government officials and…

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…