Stephen Coughlin: Yes, the Truth May Constitute Hate Speech

On August 21, the American Freedom Alliance presented a conference in Los Angeles, “Islam and Western Civilization: Can they Coexist?” One of the speakers was Major (ret.) Stephen Coughlin, the author of Catastrophic Failure: Blindfolding America in the Face of Jihad.

Note: In his talk, Maj. Coughlin refers to OSCE events that he attended. The response by CSP and ICLA to the use of the term “Islamophobia” at OSCE is here. The video of his encounter with the globalist enforcers of the OSCE narrative is here.

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

Previous posts about the American Freedom Alliance event in Los Angeles:

2016   Aug   22   Silence is Still Not an Option
        25   “You’re Living Under the Sharia, and You Don’t Even Know It”

6 thoughts on “Stephen Coughlin: Yes, the Truth May Constitute Hate Speech

  1. Traveling around Europe I find myself sitting waiting at a railway station. On the seats opposites a bearded cistumed Muslim tourist, (welfare), and his wives, (possibly three), with several obnoxious offspring milling around. The indigenous types sitting around all have exactly the same glazed look. I looked straight at the Muslim mob. All the glazed eyes locals flushed angry and eyes enlargeed. Moments later the glazed ones looked embarrassed as if to say, “Where did that come from?” Brainwashed.

  2. “Yes! The truth may constitute hate speech”.
    Oh gosh, I’d better shut-up. I wouldn’t want to hurt somebody’s feelings.

    • Hey folks. I have been done with political correctness for some time. In other words, if I am fat, I am fat. If I am ugly, I am ugly. If I am old an and wrinkled with little hair, that is what I am. No more of the unmitigated [nonsense] about hurting my feelings. If someone does not like this, too [bad] and get a life. I make observations based on honesty. I also do not deliberately try to hurt someone in the process.

      • Maybe he’s referring to our rules regarding civil speech in the comments? You know, the limits we put on how things are said here.

        I did edit his comment for clarity, though. And for you, a reminder that homeschooled kids read our material. So I took out the mildly offensive things; we promised. Sometimes it takes me a while to get around to it, though.

        …however, I’m curious: when you say “get a life” what are you trying to convey. Yes, I know it’s a cliché by now, but I’ve never understood what it means…if one is talking to, say, a ghost, it makes perfect sense. But outside those incorporeal terms what are you intending to convey?

        • Typically “get a life” means that the object-person is obsessed with trivia and wasting his/her life.

          This defines Islam, by the way. An obsession and a life wasted in trivia.

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