Monthly Archives: August 2014

The ISIS Threat_Part 5 of 5

PART V: Q & A / Open Forum Discussion CLICK PICTURE TO WATCH VIDEO A colloquium featuring Sundar J.M. Brown and Walter Wagner on the history, logistics, and present-day capability of The Islamic State / ISIS / ISIL to extend … Continue reading

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The ISIS Threat_Part 4 of 5

PART IV: Walter Wagner’s Closing Remarks CLICK PICTURE TO WATCH VIDEO A colloquium featuring Sundar J.M. Brown and Walter Wagner on the history, logistics, and present-day capability of The Islamic State / ISIS / ISIL to extend their operations into … Continue reading

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The ISIS Threat_Part 3 of 5

PART III: Sundar J.M. Brown’s Closing Remarks / Walter Wagner on the Misrepresentation of Islam CLICK PICTURE TO WATCH VIDEO A colloquium featuring Sundar J.M. Brown and Walter Wagner on the history, logistics, and present-day capability of The Islamic State … Continue reading

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The ISIS Threat_Part 2 of 5

 PART II: Sundar J.M. Brown on ISIS CLICK PICTURE TO WATCH VIDEO A colloquium featuring Sundar J.M. Brown and Walter Wagner on the history, logistics, and present-day capability of The Islamic State / ISIS / ISIL to extend their operations … Continue reading

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The ISIS Threat_Part 1 of 5

PART I: Introducing the Speakers & Opening Remarks  CLICK PICTURE TO VIEW VIDEO A colloquium featuring Sundar J.M. Brown and Walter Wagner on the history, logistics, and present-day capability of The Islamic State / ISIS / ISIL to extend their … Continue reading

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The Failure of Syntax

The colossal misunderstanding of our time is the assumption that insight will work with people who are unmotivated to change.  Communication does not depend on syntax, or eloquence, or rhetoric, or articulation but on the emotional context in which the … Continue reading

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