A well-established point of view with detailed work.

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 April 2021

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An interesting point of view, well explained and easy to understand, making us more aware of the world we live in. From his experience we can all learn how to deal with difficult situations. Prevention is the best method to be used in any domain, so preparing for the future we will create a better present. A nice and abounded, detailed reading, for a cold winter.

Well worth reading.

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 December 2020

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A very interesting book. The author balances a personal perspective with a wider view of the migration crisis. Well researched, well written, very insightful. I highly recommend.

Insightful

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 3 February 2021

Clear and insightful arguments. The author aims to balance the mainstream view of the world from a conservative standpoint that showcases the importance of traditional values…

Must read for both left and right!

Reviewed in the Netherlands on 13 February 2021

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A friend of mine highly recommended this book, but I was at first sceptic as I considered myself somewhat left of centre politically.

The book has changed my position quite a bit to the point that I will vote quite differently in the upcoming Dutch election of March 2021. The subject of immigration is handled very intelligently and the auther makes his case with facts. All the usual pro immigration arguments you hear in the mainstream media are carefully demolished chapter by chapter.

I am kind of saddened that the current climate does not allow for dissenting views such as of Oxfield. My hope is that this book (and future ones) will once be accepted under his real name.

Very interesting book

Reviewed in Canada on 31 March 2021

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I can definitely recommend this. Some things I already thought myself, but other points the author made I didn’t know or had not even occurred to me.
One of the best books on the subject I’ve read.

Eye opening book, successfully questions the motives behind massive immigration and debates its consequences in modern society