Douglas Murray is the author of “The Strange Death of Europe: Immigration, Identity, Islam” and the associate editor of the Spectator in London. On this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour, Murray explains what migration has done to Europe and the reaction from the continent’s political elite.
“You could say it’s a chicken and egg situation. What came first? The desire to bring millions of people into your society and change it irrevocably. Or the people coming in?” Murray said. “Did you do it because you didn’t like yourselves, or did it happen and then you didn’t like yourselves?”
Murray breaks down some of the questions and issues Europeans are mulling over, such as the changes in the culture for muslims and non-muslims alike. “Our societies in Western Europe have become effectively a void,” he said. “The whole culture says find your pleasure where you can but there is no explanation.”