The Strange Death of Europe : Immigration, Identity, Islam
by Douglas Murray
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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The Sunday Times, the number one best-seller issue of The Strange Death of Europe is a very personal account of a continent and culture taken in the act of suicide.Declining birth rates, mass and cultured immigration, the autonomy of self-confidence and self-hatred, together, Europeans unable to advocate for themselves and unable to resist their own complete change as a society.This book is not only an analysis of demography and political reality, but also a narrative of a continent with self-destructive fashions.It includes a report from across the continent, from places where migrants land to places where they end up, from people who appear to greet them in places that cannot accept them.Said of this first-hand perspective, and supported with impressive research and evidence, the book tackles the disappointment of the failure of multiculturalism, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s U-turn on migration, the lack of repatriation and the West’s fixation on guiltMurray travels to Berlin, Paris, Scandinavia, Lampedusa and Greece to discover the malaise at the very heart of European culture, and hear the stories of those who arrived in Europe from afar.In each chapter, he also takes a step backwards to examine the major issues that lie behind a continent’s desire to die, to answer the question of why someone, not to mention a whole civilization, would be doing for themselves.It ends with two visions of Europe – one optimistic, the other pessimistic which paints a picture of Europe in crisis and offers a choice as to what, if anything, can be done next door.
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