Stephen Coughlin: Part 7 of the Red Pill Briefing — “Interfaith Dialogue” and the Assault on Reason

The following video is the seventh installment 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, Part 6.

In this clip, Maj. Coughlin discusses the “interfaith movement”. He traces its roots to Cultural Marxism and Saul Alinsky, and shows that its goal is the destruction of one’s right to have an identity, via an assault on reason. This destructive capability is now being exploited with great effectiveness by the Muslim Brotherhood.

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 7 of the Red Pill Briefing — “Interfaith Dialogue” and the Assault on Reason

  1. Having revealed that Coughlin’s local chapter of AIM (interfaith dialog) is affiliated with IAF, “Industrial Areas Foundation”, he pulls up the wikipedia entry to expose IAF is a national community organizing network established in 1940 by Saul Alinsky.

    Fast forward to 10:04:

    So what do we know? We know that religious groups are oriented to an interfaith entity created by a man, whose book, who is a cultural cultural Marxist, whose book is dedicated to “lucifer”.

    To suggest that I am thoroughly disgusted after having learned how utterly ignorant local, well intentioned religious leaders can be, I “googled” IAF and confirmed relgious groups local to me are also aligned with it … Metro IAF – much to their everlasting shame and undeniable ignorance.

    At the bottom of the page of the link to Metro-IAF note that it hosts a Vimeo video clip (uploaded 3 years ago) featuring Bill Moyers “PBS’ Moyers & Company” (program ended Jan. 2014) defense of “one gutsy guy”, Saul Alinsky, which opens with the following:

    “Time now for a word about a ‘good American’ being demonized despite being long dead. Saul Alinsky is not around to defend himself.”

    …and about midway through the video tribute, Moyers actually features Alinsky’s books, “Rules for RADICALS” & “Reveille for RADICALS” but makes no mention that at least one of those books is dedicated to Lucifer. Demonized, indeed.

    • Moyers is a Leftist hell-bent on tricking himself out as a “moderate” while he continues to attack the Right.

      From the Wiki:

      During the academic year 1956–1957, he studied issues of church and state at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland as a Rotary International Fellow. In 1959, he completed a Master of Divinity degree at the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.[2] Moyers served as Director of Information while attending SWBTS. He was also a Baptist pastor in Weir in Williamson County, near Austin.

      Moyers was ordained in 1954. Moyers planned to enter a Doctor of Philosophy program in American Studies at the University of Texas. During Senator Johnson’s unsuccessful bid for the 1960 Democratic U.S. presidential nomination, Moyers served as a top aide, and in the general campaign he acted as liaison between Democratic vice-presidential candidate Johnson and the Democratic presidential nominee, U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy.

      Read between the lines of that wiki to understand his main failing: When he has managed to stay off politics, he’s not too bad. But like most Leftists, he braids politics into the tapestry of everything. There is probably no better representative of a Leftist who doesn’t understand the bases of his own thinking.

  2. “Coughlin discusses the “interfaith movement”. He traces its roots to Cultural Marxism and Saul Alinsky, and shows that its goal is the destruction of one’s right to have an identity, via an assault on reason.”

    The sheer numbers — not to mention sociological, religious and geographic diversity — of those Christians and Jews involved in the amorphous “inter-faith” movement indicate that there has existed (and continues to exist) innumerable Christians and Jews, both clergy and lay, whose own voluntary predisposition to be receptive to such ideas. Unless we are to demonize untold millions of Christians and Jews themselves as on a par with Alinskyites (which seems not only outlandish, but strangely alienated), we must surmise that the bigger problem is a subtler, broader, deeper, more complex sociocultural one that is not nefarious — yet still, of course, deleterious. Not only do we need to “Know Our Enemy”, we also need to “Know Our Friends” (you know, those who fit the cliché “with friends like these”), else our most exigent analysis of the Problem of the Problem will tend to be tilting disastrously windmillwards.

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