Stephen Coughlin talks about how the Obama administration has shut down the debate about Islamic terrorism and the role the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) plays in this.
By Stephen Coughlin This message is not being put out to raise alarm bells too loudly but simply to point out unfolding activities that call for heightened awareness. It is highly relevant that both ISIS and AQ put out messages within days of each – May 20 and 21 – other that provide possible indicators…Details
Former US Navy Officer and SEAL Matthew Bracken has thrown down the gauntlet to professionals in our government and the military who purport to be guardians of our national security: Ten Arabic Words: A challenge to national security professionals engaged in the Global War On Terror by Matthew Bracken If you are a politically-correct bliss-ninny…Details
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.
By Patrick Poole in PJ Media In February 2015, President Obama hosted a three-day summit on “Countering Violent Extremism” (CVE) that featured a roll-out of three local programs in Boston, Minneapolis, and Los Angeles. This culminated CVE efforts by the Obama administration going back to 2011. But just over a year from Obama’s White House…Details
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.Details
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…Details