A Book Review of
The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam
by Douglas Murray
“Europe is committing suicide…. More than any continent or country in the world today, Europe is now deeply weighed down no with guilt for its past.” — Douglas Murray
I finished reading Douglas Murray’s The Strange Death of Europe just 24 hours before a Libyan Muslim detonated an explosive device at the exit of an arena in Manchester, sending arrows of shrapnel into dozens of concert-goers and confirming, in an instant, every one of Murray’s arguments.
Timely, erudite, and needed, The Strange Death of Europe is the story of European cultural and racial ‘assisted suicide,’ with a focus on the effects of ongoing mass immigration from Africa, the Indian sub-continent, and the Middle East. This is a book that, in terms of its central arguments and pool of facts, will say nothing new to those on the Alt Right. Read More