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Lauren Southern is a right-wing activist, writer and pundit for TheRebel.media. She is well known for her commentary on feminism, free speech, and immigration. Lauren has contributed to a number of programs and websites including CBC radio, BBC Radio, The Libertarian Republic, Spiked Online, IB Times, and Sky News. She is an avid reader and lover of liberty, individualism, and responsibility.
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This book has answers to many of the questions you may answered about what is happening to the west. It explains how we have been mislead by well meaning helpers of globalism. The good news is we can all make a difference to make our nations better.
Brilliant in its brevity and scathing in its overview of the venomous forces crippling the West. But it is not a gloomy, defeatist book. It is a vibrant, vigorous voicing of the rise of nationalism presently sweeping over the western world.
An excellent read! Lauren makes tons of good points, many of which I wasn't already aware of. After fifty years of liberal garbage becoming mainstream, it feels like we're reaching a tipping point, which she sums up nicely. And considering she wrote this at only 21, I'm very impressed. She's got an incredible grasp of the English language, and that's coming from someone who's read Tolkien.
The title of this book is self-explanatory and comes very much from the author's experience. She sometimes wears a T-shirt bearing the legend: 'It's OK to be white'. She doesn't like Islam and thinks that any rational and knowledgeable person should fear it. She's well read and the book is footnoted and sourced. It's more than a rant. It goes without saying that she is brave as a lion.
1.0 out of 5 starsA pamphlet not a book. Save your money
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 July 2019
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This was extremely disappointing. It runs to only 80 pages or so and the prose is truly dreadful. Appears to have not been edited at all. A couple of good ideas in it but it reads like a rushed GCSE essay. I really wouldn't recommend this I'm afraid. It is always a little telling about a book when the author puts a photo of themselves on the cover for no real reason and smacks of an unhealthy dose of narcissism.
A great read. Lauren has always been good at expressing complex political issues in a way that a younger generation can understand and engage with. A very cutting judgement of modern political correctness and Western guilt.
My only problem with the book is that it was a bit short. I didn't totally feel i got value for money. There are a load more issues to discuss and I think Lauren cap open the scope of the conversation up a bit more. I'll be glad to support future endeavors.
4/5 only due to the fact she sited some things as fact, although when you checked the sources there was a fair amount of uncertainty. Especially concerning the stuff about Hitler, a little misleading. The book is a nice easy read. It's more of a columnist style essay rather than serious political piece. Some good humour thrown in as well, especially concerning Caitlyn Jenner... (Won't spoil it for you). Have to say I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 February 2020
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A good read......and not too much to disagree with......But,the truth will hurt those who wander around in a blind haze of multiculturalism and diversity.....believing that this is the panache of life.