A review by neural_lauren_unreal
The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam by Douglas Murray


Didn't finish due to how annoyingly repetitive and emotive it is. Still this book has a few good points:

Diversity is not necessarily good in itself. The absurdity of white guilt both as a popular sentiment as well as a justification for uncontrolled mass migration. The necessity to have a rational discussion about immigrant policy and the impact of massive population influx from a very different culture on the local one without being labelled as a racist. And above all, the truth that one should make political decisions from the head, not and never from the heart. The road to hell IS often paved with good intentions.

I am pessimistic about Europe. Will review at another time.