Stephen Coughlin on “Is Al-Qaeda Really the Moderate Alternative to ISIS?” — on The Glazov Gang

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This special edition of The Glazov Gang was joined by Stephen Coughlin, the co-founder of

He came on the show to discuss his new paper: Exploiting Ignorance in the Post Subversion Phase: Assessing “What ISIS Really Wants” in Light of the ‘Countering Violent Extremism’ Narrative.”

He focuses on the question “Is Al-Qaeda Really the Moderate Alternative to ISIS?”, unveiling our self-destruction via our government’s ‘Countering Violent Extremism’ narrative.

Don’t miss it!

And make sure to watch the Glazov Gang episode also hosted by Ari and joined by Dr. Mark Christian, a former Islamic Imam who converted to Christianity, an act for which he now lives under the perpetual threat of death.

He discussed Mosques of Terror, unveiling the disturbing link between ISNA mosques and jihad in America.

4 thoughts on “Stephen Coughlin on “Is Al-Qaeda Really the Moderate Alternative to ISIS?” — on The Glazov Gang”

  1. Love you Jamie and support all you are as a righteous person. Thank you and people must become involved, this is hell and we must overcome. God Bless.

    Jeff D.

  2. Thanks for this great explanation of the ways in which the narrative shifts our thought and disables us. Similar things are happening in the UK with ‘countering extremism’ narratives which just make no sense. I have just read Tawfik Hamid’s book, “Inside Jihad How Radical Islam Works Why it Should Terrify Us How to Defeat It”, and one of the most startling explanations he gave was of how in Arab culture, denouncing a crime is not taken seriously unless the criminal is mentioned by name, hence many seeming comments against terrorism are actually meaningless (p 91). This includes using the wrong name, and cites calling Islamic State ‘ISIL’ instead of the name it now uses for itself – a strategy Obama uses (p 92). Is this deliberate on his part? He is at the head of a whole raft of measures which, as Stephen Coughlin explains, not only allow Islamic terrorism to flourish, but seem to enable it. As someone from outside the US, it sure seems to me that this is, to quote Oscar Wilde, ‘beginning to look like carelessness’. Why hasn’t he been called to account? Come to think of it, why hasn’t he been impeached?

    1. This is the question. Why does all happen without any apparent strong opposition? The narrative we hear covers all happenings with a shroud. The result is that we are lulled into sleep and do not know what is happening until it is too late.

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