At The American Conservative, Rod Dreher reviews The Strange Death of Europe, written by Douglas Murray. The book is a brief view into the trouble facing Europeans today as they attempt to preserve their own identity and culture. Dreher writes (abridged):
As regular readers know, I finally got around to reading the British writer Douglas Murray’s book The Strange Death Of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam recently. It’s fantastic, and I cannot recommend it strongly enough.
Between political correctness (the result in part of an American version of “German guilt”) and ubiquitous laissez-faire philistinism — from which the Right has by no means been immune — we are also surrendering our roots in Western civilization, and choosing to lose our cultural memory. Americans beware: if you just go with the flow, you too will wash over the edge of the falls, though perhaps more slowly than Europe.
Read more here.
Douglas Murray and Dave Rubin on The Strange Death of Europe (Full Interview)
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