John Derbyshire writes:
While of course I wish no ill to persons of either inclination, a homosexual neocon would not be my first choice of companion on an expedition up the Limpopo, so I opened Strange Death with low expectations.
I put it down at last in a much better mood. Murray’s written a useful and interesting book, that I hope will be widely read. (…)
Where the facts of the situation are concerned, nothing here will be new to followers of VDARE.com. But it’s very handy to have all the stories from these various countries collected together in one place. (…)
At all points from the 1968 defenestration of Enoch Powell onwards, and still today, the attitude among the European governing and intellectual classes has been that everything will work out just fine so long as native Europeans stop complaining. If they won’t stop, they must be stopped, so that … everything will work out just fine.
Now, deep into the crisis, it is ever more clear that the thick-skulled grumbling proles were right and their masters were wrong.