August 28, 2016

VIDEO: Stephen Coughlin: The West is criminalizing criticism of Islam

Victor LaszloRebel Commentator
 

Stephen Coughlin does his usual brilliant analysis of Islam and the far-left's destruction of freedom of speech at the "Can Islam Coexist with Western Civilization" conference in Los Angeles on August 21st.

In Stephen's presentation, he refers to another event which took place in Warsaw in 2015. That video is below and is clearly explained. 

Stephen has been featured here at The Rebel speaking on the US and UN strategy of the "CVE", or Countering Violent Extremism" , the attempt to make resistance to Islam and Marxist thought a greater crime than trying to force them on people. 

Interview with Stephen Coughlin part I

Interview with Stephen Coughlin part II

Brian Lilley interviews Stephen Coughlin on the war on terror

Brian mentions the presentation Stephen gave in Ottawa Canada which is below in full.

This conference, which featured so many excellent speakers, was sponsored by

The American Freedom Alliance 

Posts at The Rebel with the other speakers can be seen here:

Daniel Greenfield

Retired Admiral, James "Ace" Lyons

Former US Ambassador to the UN, John Bolton

Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer

 

 

 

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commented 2016-08-29 21:33:57 -0400
“If it worked in the 70’s and 80’s and 90’s, then it can work.” John you keep saying stuff like that. It only shows your ignorance or downright refusal to accept the truth about Islam.

Philip Tessier said it best, " We live in a world where you either lead or are dragged around by your nuts."

That is the reality we need to accept if we want to survive. Canada doesn’t need another national fringe party, or any politician who says defeatist things like, “I can meld what I say by favouring my own agenda. So I guess in some senses yes I am a bit over the map too because I believe no party will truly be for perfection.”

Why do you think Trump is so popular in the States, Le Pen in France, Geert Wilders in the Netherlands, Viktor Orban in Hungary, etc. It’s because people are fed up with politicians who waffle. Canada, by the time Justin is through will be damn sick and tired, and if it’s not too late will vote in someone who is tough on Islam, because, ISLAM is the problem. There is no reason Canada will be immune to it.
commented 2016-08-29 20:43:43 -0400
@john Siciliano:
“Any respectable anti-war and anti-imperialist person realizes that the wars are always going to be ongoing and diversions to get us to stop thinking about the crises.”

There is no such thing as a respectable anti-war anti-imperialist. We live in a world where you either lead or are dragged around by your nuts. Peace and affluence is best realized through power. The direction that idiot Obama has taken the US is nothing short of a disgrace.
commented 2016-08-29 20:37:24 -0400
On a side note, I watched a documentary on Hinduism a while back and it was really interesting stuff. Truly a unique culture worth preserving full of wonderful ideas.

…. UNFORTUNATELY

Literally half of the documentary was spoiled by Muslim invasions.

I also heard that the Black Stone of the Kabaa is actually some sort of effigy to Shiva… the God of Destruction. It was the only effigy that Mohamhead left alone when he destroyed the temple at Mecca. Muslims worship this stone and in doing so worship Shiva (destruction), but they lack the balance of the other gods of the Trimurti.

All Muslims should all look deep inside themselves and abandon the mad religion of their false prophet, Mohamhead. Go back to Hinduism.
commented 2016-08-29 20:22:57 -0400
Any respectable anti-war and anti-imperialist person realizes that the wars are always going to be ongoing and diversions to get us to stop thinking about the crises. I came to that conclusion around the time of the financial crisis. Nothing happens on purpose. When an economy goes into depression or deep recession as it can also be called, the anti-immigration parties show up, and yes I believe that the elites want anti-immigration mixed with certain racism, and yes financial issues are largely ignored in mainstream and even conservative media. So, this I came to myself around 2008-09. The real anti-Islam stuff started around 2011-12 until present. So, roughly, this stuff has been with us for years.

The real question is how will all of this turn out?!
commented 2016-08-29 20:16:45 -0400
I am saying it because the current Liberal government brought them so wait for Syria and the region to be stabilized. What is not to get. I said nothing about being a Liberal supporter, but every party has their own approaches and ways to deal with things. This is how I would do it. You want safe zones in the Middle East. I favour more of that too. I can be pushed to various capacities on any given day for immigration as I favour near zero immigration, but no party will be for that.

I also oppose the TFW program in any form.

I come to my own conclusions based on what I agree with which is semi-conspiratorial and I do not like people spreading division because it is based on the wars in the end. Imperialism to me is the root cause.

I can meld what I say by favouring my own agenda. So I guess in some senses yes I am a bit over the map too because I believe no party will truly be for perfection.
commented 2016-08-29 20:11:26 -0400
@john Siciliano:
“I believe that the main reason why the Muslim and Islam are being targeted is because they are convenient targets for this time period.”

Wrong again. People are speaking out against Islam because it is a poisonous ideology hell bent on destroying Western civilization. People are speaking out against Islamic because of the daily barbaric Islamic terror attacks. Oh look yet another gruesome attack by these goat fuckers that you think we are picking on:

http://www.timesofisrael.com/suicide-attack-kills-18-including-wedding-guests-in-iraq-oasis-town/
commented 2016-08-29 20:11:22 -0400
But you asked it in a term where you were too vague on the exact question because Islamification could mean anything. If it just has to do with migrants and Muslim immigration then no Canada is not turning more Muslim.

I oppose Sharia law. I want secular laws where there is no state religion or preference for any culture about another. Canadian culture to me means promoting our health care system, and whatever is beneficial to what makes Canada a great nation.

I oppose demonization but I believe that Muslim immigration can be done right just like with any other group. If it worked in the 70’s and 80’s and 90’s, then it can work.
commented 2016-08-29 20:10:37 -0400
I have to ask John, do you watch any of these vids or do you think its all lies? It may come sooner, but most likely later, that Canadians will realize their mistake in ignoring the threat of Islam.
Its war and we need some war measures. It’s not the 1970’s anymore. It’s too late for “targeted” immigration. For the time being there should be very little if any Muslim immigration. You may call that ‘scapegoating’, I call it common sense.

“Also, I favour sending Muslims back once the region is stabilized”,
Why bring them here in the first place, when a safe zone could be established closer to their homelands. Sending them home after the fact will be like trying to herd cats. Not very realistic. Face it, you want the votes, and business has been convinced that there aren’t enough Canadians to fill their needs. Not to mention ‘cheap’ labour.
commented 2016-08-29 20:01:38 -0400
@john Siciliano:
“Well I don’t believe Islamification is even happening because people point to stories and like to prove that they are right.”

Wilful blindness is not a very impressive trait.
commented 2016-08-29 19:49:06 -0400
I definitely agree that ISIS needs to be taken out but our party believes that it has to be the forces in the Middle East that want it to occur like Iran, Syria, the Kurds, the Turks now after the coup, and the Russians and Chinese.
commented 2016-08-29 19:44:12 -0400
So yes a system needs to think about full employment which means unemployment being around 3 to 5%. I believe once full employment has been established that then immigration can occur but in areas that need more workers.
commented 2016-08-29 19:42:47 -0400
@john Siciliano

-“We have to point to what started the migrant crisis which were the war in Iraq under George W. Bush and Libya which was a NATO mission.”

This I agree with. However it is now too late and the cause of the problem is, as far as I can tell, irrelevant. The refugee’s are the floating embers of the fire of the Middle Eastern Empire that WE stopped out. These embers will burn us if we don’t stamp them out as well.
commented 2016-08-29 19:41:20 -0400
And I already stated Christopher that the Canadian Action party would reduce immigration and only allow for targeted in areas needing more workers once full employment would be in place. That about proves why our approach is better than both the Liberal and Conservative approaches. Also, I favour sending Muslims back once the region is stabilized due to Iran and Russia and Assad.
commented 2016-08-29 19:40:59 -0400
Just because a conservative agrees with a policy doesn’t change the fact that it is communist in origin. John you need to think a little harder about your beliefs.

Rather than worrying about how much the rich are getting, why not think about how much opportunity everyone has under a flat tax system without crony capitalism. I would not characterize post confederation and Pre-WWI Canada as “proto fascist”. We were some of the freest people on the face of the earth. I am finished with this part of the discussion.

You still haven’t mentioned what you meant by targeted immigration.
commented 2016-08-29 19:38:51 -0400
Well you are free to believe as you please and that is your right Drew, but I think that progressive income taxes mixed with nationalism which would probably reduce taxes in a new protectionist structure. That is because with globalism structures have had to cobble more and more and our system had to keep up with that.
commented 2016-08-29 19:37:07 -0400
@john Siciliano
-“I don’t believe Islamification is even happening”

This is blind madness.

-“against Pegida and racial movements”

Racial movements like Pegida may be the only hope Europe has.

-“I believe that the main reason why the Muslim and Islam are being targeted is because they are convenient targets for this time period.”

Are you are using the people’s fear of another Hilter against them. Are you comparing the Muslims of today with the Jews of the 1930’s, and saying that they are the same?

What is going on here?
commented 2016-08-29 19:33:18 -0400
We have to point to what started the migrant crisis which were the war in Iraq under George W. Bush and Libya which was a NATO mission. The party would only fight wars where Canada was actually under legitimate attack and not under these false measures. But even the Conservatives were not for reasonable immigration. They were always for their own policy and making it seem like they had ideas, but they were always playing the anti-Islamist card but I think they did not do much.
commented 2016-08-29 19:31:18 -0400
John S i love the flat tax , it is fair.
commented 2016-08-29 19:28:46 -0400
Well I don’t believe Islamification is even happening because people point to stories and like to prove that they are right. I need to see evidence but I do not agree with bringing in massive migrants and too much immigration. Nationalists want targeted immigration once full employment is achieved and the ethnic nationalists normally target groups, but I believe that the main reason why the Muslim and Islam are being targeted is because they are convenient targets for this time period. The point of civic nationalism is to bring people together and dispel hatred and unify and be against Pegida and racial movements.

The party itself believes that these movements are only for conning us and distracting us and the real problem is the Ponzi mentality of the current version of capitalism started with the financial crisis.
commented 2016-08-29 19:25:41 -0400
Nationalists oppose free markets but believe the mixed economy based on small business and manufacturing balance is how to build a society with limited corporations and corporate influence greatly limited.
commented 2016-08-29 19:24:57 -0400
Discussion about any of this is pointless. What would Vlad the Impaler do?
commented 2016-08-29 19:24:30 -0400
John, just tell us how you feel about the Islamification of the West the the criminalization of speaking out against such an impending disaster. Focus now focus…try and stay on topic.
commented 2016-08-29 19:20:26 -0400
What I just added now Nnaumbua Farrell is why nationalists oppose the flat tax. They are opposed to any system normally that has a flat tax because they oppose corporate structures.
commented 2016-08-29 19:19:37 -0400
Yes it is a progressive income tax and based on income but it is not communism because even the most ardent and far-right conservative agrees with the system but with tweaks.

Only the Libertarian party and the Christian Heritage party would advocate for such a dramatic and huge change.

I don’t support flat taxes because the ripple effects would favour too much for oligarchy. Remember that a system which gives too much to the rich is a proto-fascist state and leads to a few families controlling everything. The public systems which nationalists believe are necessary in that system have to have some kind of public framework otherwise the system cannot be sustainable. The main reason is because traditional nationalists oppose the corporate structure massively.
commented 2016-08-29 19:17:39 -0400
Those at a lower income ARE charged the least in a system of flat income taxation!
commented 2016-08-29 19:13:26 -0400
John what on earth are you talking about?!

“I don’t believe it does because it is based on income and I see only benefits from having a progressive income tax because it makes sense that those at a lower income should be charged the least. It has nothing to do with social justice or redistributing wealth but understanding how to best organize a society.”

What is “it”? A progressive income tax?
commented 2016-08-29 19:05:37 -0400
I don’t believe it does because it is based on income and I see only benefits from having a progressive income tax because it makes sense that those at a lower income should be charged the least. It has nothing to do with social justice or redistributing wealth but understanding how to best organize a society. I am not socialist or communist. Even the Conservatives are forced to agree with the system as a whole. They did not implement massive tax changes or structures, and I do not believe that taxation plays a huge role in the organization and success of a society. I believe it is the structures that matter more than the tax structure. You are thinking too much in the system we have in place. I am anti-globalist. I want the system to revert to protectionism from the system that we have.

I want structural reforms, abolishment of free trade and globalization and internationalism and a return to national borders and full employment. That is what nationalists believe.
commented 2016-08-29 18:59:46 -0400
Your definition of ‘Civic nationalism’ is lovely John, but maybe another time. There is a war going on, which you fail to acknowledge.
commented 2016-08-29 18:57:31 -0400
“Flat taxes punish the poor and everyone pays the same. That is targeting the lower and middle classes when a system should be based on how much income someone has.” Not true. It is proportional and you know it.
The rest of what you say is impossible to unravel, Too many corners and too many definitions. You are pro Islam and anti Israel. You fail to understand the threat all western countries are under. You don’t want to be mean, well that’s nice, but Islam doesn’t give a shite.

Like this comment, “Nationalists are normally anti-Marxist, anti-socialist and for anti-internationalism but for state sovereignty, having protectionism and a state where the state can unify everyone.” It makes no sense, is full of ‘apple pie’ and you forgot to include ‘world peace’.
commented 2016-08-29 18:45:37 -0400
And again, what do you mean by “targeted” immigration?