A few hours of lectures by Stephen Coughlin on our ineptitude on ‘the war on terror’

Yes, this lecture series is a little long – but very, very informative.

If you have read the Koran and the Hadith, and if you are familiar with Shariah, you  will be impressed by the depth of Stephen Coughlin’s background knowledge – but there is still a lot of new material there for you because he draws the connections between the beliefs rooted (rightly or wrongly, but demonstrably held by the majority of pro-Sharia Muslims worldwide) in these and the decision-making and behaviour of Islamic political entities.

For example, he is one of the few people to have predicted the ‘Arab Spring’ months before it happened and accurately described it as a Muslim Brotherhood-driven action.  He also accurately predicted other events many had considered ‘unpredictible’ – and in this lecture series, he walks us through the steps that made the events predictable.

If you are unfamiliar with the underlying doctrine, Stephen Coughlin provides an accurate grounding in their belief system and demonstrates its doctrinal roots.  He also explains the very  different concepts meant by Islamic political bodies when they use terms we consider familiar:  words like ‘human rights’ (Sharia), ‘terrorism’ (killing of a Muslim without Sharia approval), and ‘freedom’ (freedom from ‘the laws of man’ in favour of the laws from Allah alone), ‘religion’ (Islam and Islam alone as Muhammad’s revelations abrogated all other religions) and more.

What is quite appalling, however, is his description of the depth of willful ignorance of all this by the politically correct decisionmakers who are directing the ‘war on terror’…  His frustration is plainly visible and his Cassandra complex and the accompanying frustration are, at times, palpable.

Yet, it is precisely this willful ignorance among our decisionmakers and intellectual elites poses a clear and present danger to protecting our culture, our society and our very basic human rights.

Stephen Coughlin, Part 1: Lectures on National Security & Counterterror Analysis (Introduction)

Stephen Coughlin, Part 2: Understanding the War on Terror Through Islamic Law

Stephen Coughlin, Part 3: Abrogation & the ‘Milestones’ Process

Stephen Coughlin, Part 4: Muslim Brotherhood, Arab Spring & the ‘Milestones’ Process

Stephen Coughlin, Part 5: The Role of the OIC in Enforcing Islamic Law

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One Response to “A few hours of lectures by Stephen Coughlin on our ineptitude on ‘the war on terror’”

  1. Jim-Bob Says:

    “Yet, it is precisely this willful ignorance among our decisionmakers and intellectual elites poses a clear and present danger to protecting our culture, our society and our very basic human rights.”

    Yes, we should all be listening to muslim eliminationists like this dude and enacting regimes of legal and cultural oppresion of our Muslim citizens in order to preserve our basic human rights. And when I say “human rights” I natural exclude Muslims as the subhuman animals you and Mr.Coughlin want us to think of them as.

    But in all seriousness, I would like to know what you are refering to when you refer to “our culture”. My family has lived in Canada much longer than you, and I can assure you that we share no aspect of culture with a monsterous bigot and extremist like you.


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