- Paperback: 288 pages
- Publisher: Gibson Square Books Ltd; Updated Edition edition (4 Oct. 2012)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1908096276
- ISBN-13: 978-1908096272
- Product Dimensions: 12.9 x 2.2 x 19.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (139 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 174,515 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Phillips has often appeared as a panelist on the BBC Radio 4 programme The Moral Maze and BBC One's Question Time. She has written a number of books, including Guardian Angel: My Story, My Britain (2013). She was awarded the Orwell Prize for Journalism in 1996, while she was writing for The Observer. She published her memoir, Guardian Angel: My Story, My Britain on 5 May 2013.
Melanie Phillips was educated at St Anne's College, Oxford. Before joining the Daily Mail she worked for the Guardian, the Observer and the Sunday Times. She writes a monthly column for the London Jewish Chronicle, is a regular panelist on BBC Radio Four's The Moral Maze, and frequently contributes to other publications around the world including Standpoint magazine, the Spectator, the Australian and Wall Street Journal.
Her print titles include The World Turned Upside Down: The Global Battle over God, Truth and Power, published in the US by Encounter in 2010, and Londonistan, an analysis of Britain's appeasement of Islamist extremism published in US in 2006 by Encounter and in the UK by Gibson Square.
Her other books include The Ascent of Woman, Little Brown, 2003, The Sex-Change Society: Feminised Britain and the Neutered Male, Social Market Foundation, 1999; All Must Have Prizes, Warner, 1996. She also wrote a play, Traitors, which was performed at the Drill Hall in London in 1985.
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Phillips explains how Britain "still doesn't grasp that it is facing a pincer attack from both terrorism and cultural infiltration and usurpation". Those who call attention to the threat of Islamic cultural takeover and the threat of sustained terrorism are accused of paranoia and 'Islamophobia' by Islamophiles who aim to silence any criticism of Islamism. Due to the fact that establishment of today is run by the post-modern Left that has given up the idea of economic or class equality and has instead focused on enforcing multiculturalism, political correctness and 'anti-racism', the last of which is basically a code for anti-White racism. When in 2006 Europe was gripped by the furor and violent Islamic rage due to a series of Danish cartoons likening Islam's prophet Mohammed to violence , the former British foreign secretary Jack Straw ignored the violence and instead condemned those newspapers that had published the cartoons. While declaring that free speech must be limited to avoid giving offense or insult to minorities, namely Muslims, the British elite seemed to believe it should be unlimited when it came to Muslims inciting violence.
In February 2006, Muslims demonstrating outside London's upmarket Knightsbridge suburb were allowed to call for bombings and decapitations, while the police benignly looked on.Read more ›
I recommend take a good look of what is the Muslim Brotherhood, their aims and targets, the use Arab countries do on Palestine refugees, how Egyptian media is (watch memri.org on youtube), see how Qatar and Saudis treat their employees, and how Iran treat their own people, watch one of their rallies, it does look like Germany on the thirties, this material is also on memri
I came from the left, I studied loads of left wing books, but I tell you, people like Chomsky are in a different universe, they are not seen reality, and the British society is in deep denial, hope it is not too late when they wake up, because Taqqyia is running strong here. Also I recommend you really study the Quran, it is not a peaceful book, and people do take it seriously.
I feel like living in 1936, like it has happened before, and people are not taking it seriously, as waiting someone like Churchill to appear from the left or from the right, and expel with authority the elements who are beyond recovery, civil society is very much apathetic and weak, without any confidence, sorry to say.
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A lot of interesting facts and the way the political machine in the UK is not fit for purpose. Just a tad over the top for my liking, but still, it does present the facts. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gadget Lover
Another winner from Melanie Phillips and kinda scary at the same time. The book is well researched and has a lot of great reading in it, time for the people in the UK to wake up.Published 1 month ago by C Ovens
Written some years ago it's almost as if she could foretell the future. The mistakes that were being made then are still being made now - blaming the victims instead of the real... Read morePublished 2 months ago by paul W
This book is a serious wake-up call [if one were still needed] concerning the horrors of religious barbarism; where disparate interpretations of man-made ancient religious texts... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dr RJW.
most engrossing book i have read since a long time. did not want to put it down till i finished it.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very good, well thought out book by Melanie Phillips. Every politician should be made to read this book, especially the so called progressives who ironically are creating a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. A. Silverman-lister
A brave work of non fiction from an industry usually curtailed by political correctnessPublished 3 months ago by Jonnyjonjonjon