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This review is from: America Alone: The End of the World as We Know it (Hardcover)
It's a shame you don't see much of Steyn in the UK anymore; I suppose his message is too frightening and we'd rather not hear it. His theory confirms what is obvious to anyone on the ground, among the 25-40 age group, and the facts backs up his argument. Also, he's a funny guy - "in 100 years German will only be spoken at Hitler's monday night poker game in Hell" - you can't fault him.
I suspect future generations will rate Steyn more highly than we do in the UK, assuming there are future generations.
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Initial post: 2 Jul 2008 00:16:49 BDT
D. Murphy says:
We don't read much of him in the UK because his views are loony right, full of selective quotes and half facts that give false and very misleading views on western society. I doubt future generations will rate him highly, more likely to lump with the lunatic fringes.
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C. W. Bradbury says:
Personally, I think that historians one or two centuries from now, will find it impossible to understand how the divisive political bigotry and moral bankrupcy entrenched within the old christian world, allowed it to be swept away by the followers of the Prophet. You are almost certainly right about Steyn however. I doubt he will be remembered at all; how many warning voices from ancient Rome did the Germanic barbarians remember???
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