Muzzled in Warsaw

According to reports from the Counterjihad Collective team, they have been deliberately suppressed by the administrative staff at this week’s “Human Dimension” conference in Warsaw. Even though Maj. Stephen Coughlin and Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff got in line at 12:30 this afternoon, they did not make the roster of fifty speakers, and were put on the waiting list. They would have been able to speak if the moderator had not favored a group of young ladies who stood in line behind them. They were actually driven off the list and passed over.

Both participants lodged formal complaints, each with the delegate for his or her country — ESW went to the Austrian lead diplomat, and Maj. Coughlin to his U.S. counterpart. They were quite taken back. Apparently this has been the practice on more than one occasion, and is reaching a critical point. Sometimes it even affects official delegates.

Below is the intervention that Maj. Coughlin would have read today if he had been permitted to speak.

2019 Human Dimension Implementation Meeting
Working Session No 13 (3:00 to 6:00 p.m.)
Tolerance and Non-Discrimination II (continued), Including:

  • Combating Racism, Xenophobia, and Discrimination
  • Combating Anti-Semitism and Discrimination against Christians, Muslims and Members of Other Religions

OSCE / ODIHR
Warsaw, Poland
24 September 2019

Thank you, madam moderator, ladies and gentlemen.

Aufheben der Kultur” — Negate the Culture — is a process of systematic negation of cultures.

Have you ever noticed that multi-culturalism always seems to mean every culture but your own — whatever culture that might be? This reflects the Marcusian application of narratives operationalized by Marcuse in “Repressive Tolerance”, where words mean their opposite, such that “tolerance” is the deliberate “intolerance” of the existing social order — whatever social order that may be — and hence, multiculturalism becomes the imposition of a hostile group on a target group for the purpose of destroying it through dialectical negation — “Aufheben der Kultur!” Alongside these narratives, hate speech memes serve as enforcement mechanisms through the direct application of Habermas’s “Discourse Theory” of imposed consensus designed to suppress dissent. Of course, this is undertaken by those capable of self-empowering themselves to make such determinations as to which cultures are to be destroyed.

There are many ways to interpret OSCE language like the “commitment to respect human rights and fundamental freedoms for all without distinction.” Who wouldn’t support this? I certainly do! But there is a growing perception that the tolerance being expressed in forums such as the OSCE leaves them feeling on the suppressed side of repressive tolerance formulas.

The concern is that the language of tolerance is being deliberately repurposed through cynical narratives that turn such ennobling aspirations on their head. The pall of Marcuse’s “Repressive Tolerance” hangs over this forum. To quote Marcuse:

”The conclusion reached is that the realization of the objective of tolerance would call for intolerance toward [certain] prevailing policies, attitudes [and] opinions . . . Liberating tolerance, then, would mean intolerance against movements from the Right and toleration of movements from the Left.”

The reason many find themselves surprised when designated as members of the “right” is because that term, like racism and xenophobia, is simply applied to those who refuse to conform to repressive tolerance regimes that seek to deny people, cultures and nations of their identity. Aufheben der Kultur is about the destruction of cultures through the destruction of identity.

Unconstrained Analytics recommends that the OSCE and all participating States — pause to undertake an inventory of the “racism, xenophobia and discrimination” narratives to determine whether they have, indeed, crossed over to the repressive tolerance application of the term. After all, delegates of participating Members are supposed to represent their people, not destroy them. Thank you!

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

15 thoughts on “Muzzled in Warsaw

  1. Well … as much as the spirit of the intervention – Negate the Culture – is spot on, I have problems with the language.

    E.g. using “Marcusian” seems to me to be overly academic – do we all know who H. Marcuse was and what he coined?

    Ditto Habermas and this:

    “Unconstrained Analytics recommends that the OSCE and all participating States — pause to undertake an inventory of the “racism, xenophobia and discrimination” narratives to determine whether they have, indeed, crossed over to the repressive tolerance application of the term.”

    (Ugh … I need a degree in philosophy to decipher this …)

    Do I say the message above is too detached from the masses and perhaps hard to digest?

    Yes, in a way.

    • I will be the first to speak up if something is worded in a way that the receiver of a message needs a degree to decipher what is actually being said.

      In this case, however, the recommendation is quite clear. And instead of complaining about the term “Marcusian”, how about reading up on who he was and how influential he still is. Stephen Coughlin’s treatise on Marcuse et al. can be downloaded for free on his website.

      Hard to digest? Yes, perhaps. Reality has a way of being hard to digest.

      • Elisabeth, sorry – I must stand behind my assessment. I do complain about lack of legibility of the above message. Yes – his recommendation is clear, but again – the verbiage way too complex. I certainly can read about H. Marcus but that’s *not* the point: the point is how clear the message is in terms of non-academic audience it is targeting, and here I repeat: not exactly.

        I still consider (specifically) the sentence cited in my comment as – incomprehensible.

    • +1. I had never heard of Marcusian, but checked right quick. His association, in two words, rang through and clear: Frankfurt School.

    • As a former advisor to the Pentagon, Major Coughlin was assigned the task of understanding the ideological drivers of our enemies, so that we might defeat them. He is an expert, and he is most brilliant, indeed.
      In this international human rights forum Mr. Coughlin is speaking to academics. These Leftist elites are not only familiar with the verbiage, but also they are striving to implement this neo-Marxist agenda which will, if they have their way, deprive of us of freedom of speech. He is calling them out, and rightly so.
      It is a travesty that all freedom-loving peoples are not familiar with Marxism, including Marcuse. Our ignorance is jeopardizing the unalienable rights endowed to us by our Creator and posterity’s future. So, rather than mock the difficult language and content, I encourage you to view it as a learning opportunity in the worthy struggle to preserve, protect and defend our celestial freedoms.

      • I am not *mocking* the language; I just see it too elitist if you will.

        Besides – I believe I made my point clearly enough; if you do not want to understand it, that’s your problem then.

  2. The above summary is a well explained version of what is presently taking place against white and aboriginal minority groups in South Africa . The consequences are disastrous and the only way out is through war on a terrible scale . Alternatively , die in large numbers due to weakness .

  3. At the same time, Poland gives shelter to the Chechen separatists and Tajik opposition. Which give them many “pleasant” minutes of communication.

  4. There’s some cognitive dissonance here:
    “Combating Anti-Semitism and Discrimination against Christians, Muslims and Members of Other Religions”.

    It’s strange to mention “combating anti-Semitism” when you can’t even mention the victims – Jews – against whom violent attacks are increasing, but rather the perpetrators, Muslims, who face little discrimination and are a “protected class”.

  5. Multi-culti has been misunderstood by almost everyone on the right. It is not a utopian target as those on the left like to paint it, it is simply the transition stage of population replacement. Population replacement is the real target but the Globalists cannot admit it and they cannot achieve it overnight. There is a period of mixing as the new citizens come in and the old ones are driven out. The period of mixing is called multi-culti or more recently, diversity. The left made a virtue out of necessity when they gave it a name. Without that name, people would want to know what is going on. Now, if people ask, they get the answer that it’s multi-culti or diversity and after that the debate is closed down.

  6. So what you are saying is that we continue to lose and every day more of them arrive and gain more political and religious influence.

    And some random officer no-one has ever heard of wasn’t invited to the party?

    Welcome to my world. I have been completely peered out of American society because the muslims teach in colleges that Islam is just misunderstood.

    Gosh… I wonder why the veterans are killing themselves after their wives and families abandon them.

    Also, The Army psychologists(Who are Jewish) I was required to see, told me that Islam is the religion of peace and I need to stop being racist.

    Why do you defend Jewish people on this site? God bless the IDF. Those dudes know whats’ up. So do the U.S. Veterans. However, that doesn’t change the fact that the Hebrew society on my campus is 100% Pro-Islam and Pro-Marxism.

    Western society is dead, unless the Special Ops Forces go Rambo RIGHT NOW.

    Which they won’t. If you watch any video of any famous Special Operations on Youtube or television, The also carry the politically correct party line about Islam.

    The West is dead.

    Get over it.

    • Sad, sad, sad what you are saying.

      Maybe it is not dead. There’s is still mass of older people who grew up in the West and worship it. There’s still scores of us with guns, with our best years behind us but with yearning for the West unchanged …

      We are still ready and able to fight.

  7. 800 Redcoats marched to Lexington and Concord on April 19, 1775 to seize private firearms. In the first volley at the North Bridge, 40% of the Redcoat officers fell. There were no first sergeants to take over. There is a whole book about that day. The Redcoats had a very bad day and were never able to leave Boston by land again.

    The Redcoats did not seize even one privately owned firearm.

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