Stephen Coughlin at OSCE Warsaw: Is Pointing Out the Facts Bigotry?

2018 Human Dimension Implementation Meeting
Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe
Monday, 17 September 2018

Working Session 11
Fundamental Freedoms I, Including Freedom of Expression

The following intervention was read yesterday at the OSCE conference in Warsaw by Stephen Coughlin, representing Unconstrained Analytics.

The principle topic of the intervention was the Turkish religious affairs directorate Diyanet (official government website, Wikipedia entry), which claims jurisdiction over all Turkish Muslims in Europe unto the nth generation, and which is said to be crucial for assuring calm and lawful behavior by ethnic Turks in urban neighborhoods throughout Europe. Maj. Coughlin’s principal point is that discussing such matters is now considered “bigotry” by the OSCE’s Code of Conduct.

Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:

For more on the OSCE’s Code of Conduct, see “The Successful Subversion of the OSCE”.

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

One thought on “Stephen Coughlin at OSCE Warsaw: Is Pointing Out the Facts Bigotry?

  1. What a lovely setup.

    You have an agency of a foreign, and potentially hostile power, controlling a significantly large and well-organized number of its nationals in European countries. Turkey has one of the largest militaries in NATO, or anywhere. Turkey has a long history of armed aggression against Europe.

    So, not only does Turkey have openly-controlled cabals of nationals operating in European countries; Muslims and leftists are able to prevent not just defense against these fifth columns, but can prevent even discussion of them.

    Sweet gig if you can get it.

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