Reflections on the Revolution in Europe: Immigration, Islam and the West
Author: Caldwell Christopher
'We need books like this' Literary Review
'He is right to argue that immigration on the scale that Europe has experienced constitutes a risky experiment. He is right that we frequently talk about it in stupid and dishonest ways. If his books sharpens a so far sluggish debate, it will have served an important purpose' Guardian
'Western Europe became a multiethnic society in a fit of absence of mind.'
Why has mass immigration failed to produce anything like the American melting-pot in Europe? Is European liberalism at odds with Islam? And why won't we even discuss it?
Taking us from English suburbs to Parisian housing estates, this provocative, unflinching and engrossing book tackles uncomfortable questions about immigration and Islam head-on, and asks: why can't we face the truth?
'Astonishing … explosive … shocking … the publication of this book is a pivotal moment' Daily Telegraph
'A daring, thoroughly researched and provocative view of the Islamic revolution underway in Europe. It's a chilling account of how complacency, moral relativism and socialist dogma froze the European imagination' Ayaan Hirsi Ali