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- Publisher: Regnery Publishing (14 April 2014)
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Of course, some may conjecture that the politically incorrect Spencer is simply a hate-mongering racist Islamophobe, or, at best, a conspiracy theorist; but dismissive surmising only detracts from answering his apparently factual arguments. Whatever his motives (hopefully pure ones), surely only a credible refutation of Spencer's manifold references can discredit his claims.
The facts, if true, weigh heavy: They spell a future which is the end of life as we know it; and, leaving aside the possibility of incidental inaccuracies, if only an absolute refutation of the sources used can prove that what is written is a mere delusion, then many of us, together with our children, could be faced with what is even now almost too much to contemplate. Apart from the fear of extremist reactions because of Spencer's controversial presence and message, perhaps this also was a reason for his being recently banned from Britain: Mass ignorance can be a controllable bliss; but only, of course, for as long as it lasts.
Aside from a few Americanisms and distracting typing errors, this is a book to responsibly read. The nervous or faint hearted should naturally beware, especially so because the exposure is relentless and there is a disturbing warning of the almost inevitable darkness being facilitated by the complicity of governmental authorities and the duplicity within the media. Yet those looking to increase their hatred of the ones who are poised to destroy will possibly detect a surprisingly different spirit emanating from Robert Spencer.
Otherwise, my problem with Spencer is the usual one. For whatever reason, he never follows the trail back to pre-9/11 days. At least not in his recent books (I haven't read his entire corpus). Instead, there's too much Obama-bashing, no doubt because of Spencer's right-wing political convictions. Yes, the Obama administration does seem heavily infested by supporters of the "moderate Islamist" Muslim Brotherhood, but what about the heavy intelligence failures surrounding 9/11 and the entire pre-history of U.S. collaboration with Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and the Mujahedeen in Afghanistan? If this doesn't fit the strict Islamophilia-Islamophobia narrative, so be it. Maybe it fits some other narrative, equally damning to all factions of the American establishment...
Both major parties in the United States were in on it!
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