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America Alone: The End of the World as We Know It

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5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

The Big Question!!!

I've read similar books on this topic but this one lays it out in a way that even the most naive┬┐..ignorant┬┐..uninformed┬┐..oblivious individual can understand. This should be required reading for all politicians. Read it.....then give it to your kids to read.

posted by Anonymous on March 27, 2007

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Neither Islam or Fundamentalist Christianity

This is an interesting book, but it is also a book that doesn't examine enough the increasing number of Muslims throughout the world that are rejecting Islam, and gradually accepting secularism and modernity. In the long haul, Islam will be rejected, not only by us ove...
This is an interesting book, but it is also a book that doesn't examine enough the increasing number of Muslims throughout the world that are rejecting Islam, and gradually accepting secularism and modernity. In the long haul, Islam will be rejected, not only by us over 5 billion non-Muslims in the world, but also by most Muslims. The Muslim religion, especially in it's fundamentalist form, is just too imcompatible with modernity, with modern science, sociology, tolerance, human rights, etc. to ultimately be accepted by many people. Most of the 5 billion non-Muslims in the world, the Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus, etc., have become better educated, more scientific, less religious, and less superstitious over the past century. This is also happening in the Muslim world. And the birthrates of non-Muslims are dropping, but so are the birthrates in the majority of Muslim countries, with some excpetions. Which is why the World's population over the next half a century is going to level off at 8.5 billion or so, not the 12 or 13 billion that was projected twenty years ago. Eventually religious extremism and religious fundamentalism will be rejected throughout the world. But until then, religious fundamentalism, especially Muslim fundamentalism, is a serious problem in many countries that will have to be dealt with by those societies.

posted by Anonymous on September 15, 2007

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2006

    'Americrabia', I hope NOT!!

    Mark Steyn has made the vision of the 21st century very clear to me. If you are an American who wants your children to grow up in America and not 'Americrabia' then you need to read this. It may change your life. It is very troubling and yet eye opening at the same time. I would challenge any 'leftist', european, or socialist to prove him wrong. I wonder if the Romans had a writer with a vision as Mr Steyn? Ah... who cares, there isn't even a Rome anymore.

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