Europe is rapidly being lost to Islam, says Oriana Fallaci, and the free world seems neither to notice nor to care. Fallaci, the world-famous journalist whose “The Rage and the Pride” was a stirring post-September 11 manifesto of resistance to the global jihad, now follows up that international bestseller with “The Force of Reason.” This new book is a powerfully written, deeply felt call to all people who value freedom to take notice of what’s happening to Europe before it’s too late. Unrestricted immigration is allowing the totalitarian, supremacist ideology of Islamic jihad to take root there — and the end result could be the total conquest and Islamization of the very nations in which Christendom first grew and flourished.
Full of Fallaci’s trademark passion, verve, and plain speaking (including some salty language), “The Force of Reason” begins by recounting some of the many attacks and death threats Fallaci received after the publication of The Rage and the Pride, and the supine reaction of European authorities in their wake. Indeed, many European authorities piled onto the bandwagon calling for Fallaci to be censored or worse – showing the deep inroads that Islamic intimidation has already made in Europe’s traditional respect for free speech and free expression. It has gotten so bad that Fallaci identifies herself with Master Cecco, the author of a heretical book who was burned at the stake during the Inquisition: the new secular Inquisitors, she says, are rigorously enforcing a stifling conformity of thought that prevents any open or honest discussion of the dark implications of wholesale Muslim immigration into Europe.
Likening what is happening in Europe today to the burning of Troy, Fallaci shows why Europe is already hardly recognizable as the home and birthplace of Western civilization: it is already Eurabia, a place where Islamic polygamy is commonplace, government officials jockey to outdo each other in obsequiousness before their rapidly growing Islamic immigrant populations, treasured European landmarks are threatened with destruction because they “offend Muslims,” and the Catholic Church and forces of the Left and Right alike seem more interested in accommodating the New Islamic Order rather than challenging and resisting it. Although she calls herself a “Christian atheist,” she passionately identifies the cause of freedom both in Europe and around the world with Christianity, and appeals to all free people to awaken to what is happening in Europe and to act to save it — if there is still time.
How Europe is quickly turning into Eurabia:
“Urgent, passionate, and heartfelt, The Force of Reason is an eye-opening expos? of just how bad things have gotten in Europe, and why we must act quickly before the entire continent is Islamized and the cradle of Western civilization obliterated. Fallaci’s is a voice that we ignore at our own risk. Every free person should thank God for this ‘Christian atheist.'” —Robert Spencer, author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades)