After giving time for the dust to settle after the latest attack in Manchester, Mark Steyn offers some thoughtful responses to our tragic predicament.
In 27 minutes, among other subjects, he dissects the comparatively recent history of the growth of such events (which, like it or not, is directly linked to the growth of orthodox, Sharia venerating Muslims); he makes some useful comparisons between current terrorism to that of the IRA; he discusses his interviews with the girls & young women who suffered in the Rotherham Muslim rape gang cases in Britain (the victims who it seems no media outlet is keen to interview for some reason); and he discusses his recent travels around much of Europe (did you know that the Netherlands also has this very same Muslim child grooming gang problem?); he notes how a great deal of ordinary life is changing very much despite the many protestations that we will not be changed by the terror; and focuses on the abandonment of the leadership role by all sorts of authorities in Europe, not just Political leaders, but Police, child services, the media and academics - all those who should be playing a part in airing discussion and protecting the vulnerable and that which is most needed for the good of a healthy society. We need to hold them accountable.
I hope you watch it. There is little emotion but plenty of moral outrage from someone who is in many ways a very ordinary, yet very clever & articulate observer.