Can we judge the past by the standards of the present? Many seem intent on proving not only that we can, but that we must. Social critic Douglas Murray doesn’t agree, and he explains why in this thought-provoking video.
In the middle of this ongoing crisis – the question of who to trust, how to find truth, censorship and free speech are coming centre stage.
“Europe is committing suicide. Or at least its leaders have decided to commit suicide. Whether the European people choose to go along with this is, naturally, another matter.”
“Europe today has little desire to reproduce itself, fight for itself, or even take its own side in an argument. By the end of the lifespans of most people currently alive in Europe, Europe will not be Europe and the peoples of Europe will have lost the only place in the world we had to call home.”
This is an incredibly powerful video of the brilliant and erudite British Conservative Douglas Murray speaking at Cambridge about a nuclear Iran. It’s eleven minutes long and builds to an incredible pitch of logic and emotion. Stay with it.
Allow me to underline several of Murray’s most important points: