Stephen Coughlin: Part 6 of the Red Pill Briefing — Graduates of Al-Azhar

The following video is the sixth part of the “Red Pill” briefing given by Maj. Stephen Coughlin to the Wiener Akademikerbund on May 23 under the auspices of Bürgerbewegung Pax Europa, following his participation with the team at the OSCE conference in Vienna. Previously: Parts 1 and 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5.

In the latest video, Maj. Coughlin continues his analysis of the “Explanatory Memorandum”, in which the American branch of the Muslim Brotherhood laid out its plan for “eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within”. It turns out that a significant number of Muslim Brotherhood leaders in the United States and other Western countries are graduates of Al-Azhar University in Cairo — the most prestigious mainstream Sunni Islamic institution in the world.

Many thanks to Henrik Ræder Clausen for recording this video, and to Vlad Tepes for editing and uploading it:

Maj. Stephen Coughlin is a retired U.S. Army officer and the author of Catastrophic Failure: Blindfolding America in the Face of Jihad, which incorporates material from the “Red Pill” brief, as well as much additional material on the Muslim Brotherhood’s penetration of Western governments, transnational bodies, NGOs, and the “interfaith” industry.

For links to previous articles about the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, see the OSCE Archives.

For more on the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, see the OIC Archives.

3 thoughts on “Stephen Coughlin: Part 6 of the Red Pill Briefing — Graduates of Al-Azhar

  1. Stephen Coughlin is a national treasure. Thank you for posting these valuable video clips which I find complement his book nicely. I’m considering downloading the clips onto discs to include with copies of his book for sharing as opportunity presents.
    Related in an off tangent way…Yesterday, I heard conservative radio talk show host, Rush Limbaugh address the topic of first amendment dissembling…

    ” The sociological aspects of things intrigue the heck out of me. I ran across a story that was published on June 8th in the Federalist by Stella Morabito entitled, “How to Escape the Age of Mass Delusion — Mass delusion is an important tool of oppressors because they can’t survive free expression. That’s why the First Amendment’s a target.” Free expression is the enemy of the left. The First Amendment, free expression is the enemy of all of these leftist groups try to transform the culture. While they try to tell you that they are the epitome of liberation, they are the epitome of freedom, they are the epitome of free this and free that, it’s the exact opposite. They are oppressors.


    “It’s not that liberalism has become massive. It’s the mob has, and half these people engaging in these mob-style tactics, they don’t think of themselves as liberals. They think of themselves as crusaders enforcing the consensus, and the biggest enemy that people like this mob face is the First Amendment. The biggest enemy is free speech. The biggest enemy is free expression. Anybody who engages in it becomes the target for destruction. Getting fired, having everything about them possible ruined. That’s the objective because free speech has got to be so scary to people that they don’t engage in it. The only way to have a peaceful life is to conform, shut up, and don’t upset the apple cart. It’s exactly where we are and it seems like this has happened overnight. “

  2. I finally comprehend the larger plan of the Muslim Brotherhood and why they need to use the Left in America to destroy the cultural institutions first, before they move in. Take something as simple and as fraught as the new public bathroom designations…that will cause much dismay among traditionalists who live and move and have their being outside of academia.

    At the point of meltdown, they can step in as the hero to save the rest of us from the crippling politicization of *everything*. At that point, the Left will be destroyed for having destroyed the culture and then we get a new, better Sharia culture.

    I’m not sure the MB understands the foundational givens of American culture that cannot be talked about but only lived. These ur-foundations (look at the Magna Carta for ummm…”adumbrations”) can perhaps be covered over for a time but they can’t be destroyed.

    America as a whole never bought the welfare state in its entirety. Unlike continental Europe, we didn’t have the heritage of the bloody French Revolution as our ‘modern’ guiding light. So even with the on-going self- destruction of the Left, there are lots of people biding their time…as there are in places like Denmark.

    Maj Coughlin is as good an exemplar of the type that I’m attempting to describe.

    BTW, I looked for a picture of the red hat that al-Azhar University graduates get to wear as proof of their scholarship – the one mentioned by Steve in an earlier piece of this series. Found this one of Qaradawi, from Europe news:

    Amazing, what one doesn’t know. There is no point at which we can ever say, “oh, now I get it – fully and completely”. I did that momentarily after finishing several books – e.g., Emmet Scott, or some of the German scholarship. I think it’s more akin to, “okay, I’ve learned enough for the moment. I’m satiated. But there is still much to come back to”. We never understand ourselves as well as when we are attempting to understand our enemies as fully as possible, knowing that it is always a “via”; the learning has no end.

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