WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?

"Terrific book, spells out all the problems with Islam today, should be required reading for all non-Islam Westerners and required reading for all Western Politicians."
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Anonymous Customer
United States
"Lots of good hard facts here, and critical thinking. (...) He argues well with good examples. These ideas need to come out into the open, more people need to read this book."
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Davey Jones
United States
"An excellent and important book. Provides one with the tools to debate the endless stream of mindless holier-than-thou leftists who try to defend Islam with statements like 'But the old testament has terrible things in it too' or 'Millions of people have been killed throughout history in the name of Christianity'."
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Concerned Canadian
Canada
"I was expecting a regular book, but this one is better than I thought when I sent the order. It is written in a clear style, no possible misunderstanding, sometimes humorous."
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Anonymous
United Kingdom
"Educate yourself with this nugget of gold and use it as a guide."
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Truth Revolt
United States
"Very good read. Logicial build-up and ample historical information and statistics to prove the points made. Should be a mandatory read for everyone interested in politics, migration and left-unlimited-tolerance."
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Dirk Leysen
The Netherlands
"A truly eye opening, shocking and interesting read into the present situation Western society has found itself. I have had my eyes opened!"
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Mr. M. Kitson
United Kingdom
"It is clear that the author has done his homework on all the issues he covers and every point is backed by a wealth of evidence. The USP with this book, however, is that it puts [all] individual topics into one context, and more importantly, it doesn't bog you down too many technicalities and only provides the raw foundations on HOW TO DEBATE THE LEFT on this topic"
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K
United Kingdom
"Not so long ago, I did not know the difference between Left and Right. I had a blurred vision what "political correctness" meant. This book opened my eyes WIDE. I have lived and worked in the middle east for 15 years, and been to all the Muslim countries. I got to understand Islam very well. [I] never liked their doctrine or way of life, especially in Saudi Arabia & Qatar. This book is well-researched and excellent reading. Everyone should read it."
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David Krassoff
United States
"Required reading for all Americans."
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Anonymous Customer
United States
"A very detailed overview of the dangers of Islam."
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J. Gleadon
United Kingdom
"Awesome book. This knowledge about the dangers of Islam needs to be spread around. People need to be aware how bad and dangerous Islam is as an ideology. The more people know, the faster freedom and democracy will prevail. You can't have democracy and Islam coexisting."
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W.S.
United Kingdom
“Well written, articulate book and current!”
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Anonymous Customer
Canada
trenches1

4.26 out of 5

What is the politically correct left saying? 🙂

Let's analyse this interesting piece written by a leftist 🙂

This is a man who has only scanned through Chapter 1.1 of the book, which contains a quick introduction of Western Civilisation, as based on ancient Roman and Greek philosophy, Judeo-Christian values of which the principles from the European Enlightenment play the most important role. 

  1. The book is called How to Debate the Left on Islam and isn't about the fall of the Roman Empire. 

  2. The reviewer is either misrepresenting the content of the book or was unable to grasp the meaning of the short introduction he has read. Is the part between the brackets supposed to be a quote? It is not. The main point I make in Chapter 1.1 regarding this minor topic is that Christian theocracy and the Roman Catholic Church generally halted progression. Therefore, the European Enlightenment was also a push-back against the church's influence. The most obvious example of this is the invention of secularism, but also principles such as freethinking and freedom of conscience were invented within a historical context in which the church was maintaining a strong influence on the minds of Europeans. The frequent usage of the word 'free' within the principles from the Enlightenment refers to 'free from dogma'. On the other hand, even though the Enlightenment was a push-back against Christian theocracy, Christian principles are still incorporated into our collective psychology as Westerners. So, even though Christianity was reformed, the West is still also described as 'Judeo-Christian', and is so for good reasons.
     
  3. The man is referring to the infamous myth of the Islamic Golden Age. This myth is actually thoroughly explained and dealt with in the book, but he hasn't read it, so....

  4. Trump's victory in the United States and the victory of the Brexit camp in the United Kingdom are only minor events. The culture war is still fully taking place and will probably continue during the next couple of decades. It actually hasn't even really begun in most Western countries.