!!> Reading ➹ Lights Out: Islam, Free Speech And The Twilight Of The West ➱ Author Mark Steyn – Submitalink.info

!!> Reading ➹ Lights Out: Islam, Free Speech And The Twilight Of The West ➱ Author Mark Steyn – Submitalink.info Roaming From America To Europe To Australia, Lights Out Is A Trenchant Examination Of The Tensions Between A Resurgent Islam And A Fainthearted West And Of The Implications For Liberty In The Years Ahead In 2007, The Canadian Islamic Congress Brought Three Suits Against Maclean S, Canada S Biggest Selling Newsweekly, For Running An Excerpt From Steyn S Bestselling Book America Alone, Plus Other Flagrantly Islamophobic Columns By The Author A Year Later The CIC Had Lost All Its Cases And Steyn Had Become A Poster Boy For A Worldwide Phenomenon The Collision Between Islam, On The One Hand, And, On The Other, Western Notions Of Free Speech, Liberty And Pluralism In This Book, Steyn Republishes All The Essays The Western World S New Thought Police Attempted To Criminalize, Along With New Material Responding To His Accusers Covering Other Crises From The Danish Cartoons To The Salman Rushdie Fatwa, He Also Takes A Stand Against The Erosion Of Free Speech, And The Advance Of A Creeping Totalitarian Multiculturalism And He Considers The Broader Relationship Between Islam And The West In A Time Of Unprecedented Demographic Transformation.

10 thoughts on “Lights Out: Islam, Free Speech And The Twilight Of The West

  1. Jeanne Jeanne says:

    Stein is funny Hal edited the swear words for me I liked this Read America Alone first In the case of an enfeebled west at twilight, the fault is wholly in us After Sep 11th 2001, many agonized progressives looked at America and its allies re

  2. Dale Dale says:

    Fascinating, entertaining and importantFor those of you who are not aware, Mark Steyn was brought before three courts of Canada s Human Rights Commission for violating the human rights of some Muslim students and the Canadian Islamic Congress You see,

  3. Brian S. Wise Brian S. Wise says:

    Because Lights Out is mainly a collection of previously published and posted columns, some ideas are repeated enough times to notice But on the whole, a smart, fun book.

  4. Wes Baker Wes Baker says:

    This is a collection of columns written by Steyn while in his battle with provincial Human Rights Commissions in Canada over Mclean s publication of an excerpt of his book America Alone I always enjoy reading or listening to Steyn because of his sense of humor and clever

  5. Chris Fellows Chris Fellows says:

    A collection of essays, mostly originally from the Canadian news magazine Macleans and many of which I had seen before, detailing Steyn s well known struggles with a twisted mutant arm of the Canadian justice systems Distilled down, it would make a good chapter for Nick Cohen s You

  6. Ak-75 Harris Ak-75 Harris says:

    Steyn is brilliant and funny when discussing a the barbarity of Islam as a religion and worldview as reflected by the vast majority of its adherents, not just a radical few, and b the moral cowardice of Europe, North America, and the rest of the civilized world in defending the virtues that

  7. Tom Fox Tom Fox says:

    Read this book while you still can It will be one of the first that the soon to come US PC Police will pull from the shelves and toss on the pyre In a world where one can be brought to court for the opinions and thoughts of the invented characters in a work of fiction seriously, it happened in Canada

  8. Thomas Achord Thomas Achord says:

    A collection of Steyn s essays published hither and yon, along with comments and notes, on the following subject On August 3rd 1914, on the eve of the Great War, Sir Edward Grey, the British Foreign Secretary, stood at the window of his office in the summer dusk and observed The lamps are going out all over Eur

  9. Jeffrey Falk Jeffrey Falk says:

    Enlightenment in the Endarkenment Multiculturalism is a unicultural phenomenon It exists only as a western fetish, and we don t believe in it, not really Even hardcore multiculturalists want to live in a western society For one thing, that s the only place you can make a living as a multiculturalist Steyn is at his best

  10. Denise Spicer Denise Spicer says:

    This book covers the author s travails with the P C police His description of his attempt to defend his writing against Canada s human rights commission is pretty chilling He relates facts about the muslim world view and their reacti...

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