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A well founded opinion...,
This review is from: Celsius 7/7 (Phoenix Press) (Paperback)
Gove is a clever man widely tipped to be very senior in Government one day.He is a lone voice of moral principle, and with a sharp well educated mind a formidable man to debate with.This book is very uncomfortable to read.Gove has researched it well and deals in hard edged facts just like Hitchens and Phillips.( Abolition of Britain and Londonistan)His take on the facts reaches simlar conclusions and will annoy a vast section of the world's population. Yet he cannot be accused of racism or religous intolernce as he makes very clear the distinction between ordinary Muslims and Islamists. The only criticism I can seriously offer is that his prose style is a bit long winded to the point of being archaic. But due to the level of research he has so obviously conducted it is reasuring to read fact fact after fact. His conclusions are therefore well founded.
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Initial post: 21 Aug 2011 12:54:22 BDT
Badger O Stripey One says:
Agreed, though I must confess his prose style didn't trouble me.
Must write a brief review in support, that pillock who gave it one star has unfairly skewed the ratings.
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