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This book was originally titled "The broken compass" and should have been left that way, as it is far more accurate a title. Mr Hitchens travels through past and present, exposing the fake divisions between left and right. He talk about issues that, rather than having aged. Almost seem prophetic in as much as this book feels even more accurate now than when it was written. The joke of modern politics is not lost on this author. Neither is the sad decline of bBritain as a result. This is in my MUST READ section of books. Few though they are. If you are familiar with the author, then you may think you know what to expect. But uncensored and unrestricted by tv time and other restraints Mr Hitchens goes far deeper than we normally get to see or hear. Something I am gratefull of.
Much has changed in British politics since Peter Hitchens wrote this book in 2009 but his intelligent, brave and wise analysis is as relevant and necessary as ever.
I've tried to put my finger on what it is that reeks like a dead carcase in the body politic. Peter Hitchens has diagnosed the corruption, and where and how the putrefaction began.
Well worth the listen. Also worth listening to are his other titles, Abolition of Liberty and Abolition of Britain. Both are not just relevant to the Australian audience, but perhaps essential.