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Extremely well written, Douglas Murray presents a cogent, clear and concise treatise on the sad state of affairs in Europe and the betrayal of the European people by their leaders. It is the most bizarre of times where so many are obsessed by race, racism and stamping out fascism. All the while allying themselves with some of the most backwards of ideologies and depraved people of those found in radical Islam. The book doesn't offer much hope, but perhaps offers the best medicine - truth. Something Europe's ruling class and media outlets seem to care little for.
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Where does The Strange Death of Europe rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
This is an excellent book. I can now understand what is going on in Europe and make sense of all the contradictory reports I hear on the news and watch on TV. I am appalled by the government cover up of crime against women in all European countries. I hope Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reads this book and understands what has happened in Europe with respect to immigration and Islam.
What does Robert Davies bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Robert Davies is able to communicate with the tone of his voice again and again facts which seem incredulous to the listener. I found myself shaking my head time and time again.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
I don't think Hollywood will be able to find a super hero in this book, and that’s all Hollywood can do anymore.
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this book is a well crafted anti islamic propaganda piece, which i thoroughly enjoyed as it was thought provoking and well crafted. the author skilfully dismantle the mass media politically correct propaganda, very refreshing, infuriating, and blinding...
I feel it is mistaking Islam for The cause of the death of Europe, while it is only a symptom of a greater disease. No great nation is brought down from outside unless it is rotten from within. if islam can make the headway it is making in Europe, it is because it is a cohesive force that constrain people within a commun frame, direct energies in one directions, while Europe is a "free" society, where everyone is told to be "who they are", atomised individuals, incapable of relating on any level strong enough to ensure a common entity, a common good, something greater than themselves worth defending...
I couldn't help but notice in the chapter on the guilt tripping of the European psyche the greatest guilt-trip of all was carefully omitted, slavery, the massacre of american indians and australians aborigines were discussed and relativised at length while the Holocaust wasn't even mentioned...
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
Brilliant book, brilliantly read. While, as always, there are things to object to, such as, Murray's relative brevity on the positives of immigration, he does at least acknowledge them.
While many of the readers of this book will no doubt be those that are already convinced of the dangers of immigration, I would recommend this work most strongly to those that believe in open borders, the willingness of others to assimilate, or indeed that there can't be a clash of cultures because culture doesn't exist to begin with.
6 of 7 people found this review helpful
Clear and to the point, this refreshingly honest and objective explanation of the greatest global crisis of our time is sure to spark pertinent discussion the world over. This could be one of the most important publications of the decade.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
In The Strange Death of Europe Douglas Murray dispels myths about the benefits of mass migration, identifies the origin of the West's loss of faith in its values, institutions, religion and culture and explains how Europe has ended up in such a terrifying situation as well as much more!
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