The West's Last Chance: Will We Win the Clash of Civilizations?
Editor, The Washington Times & Panelist, The McLaughlin Group
December 29, 2005
Blankley paints the picture of a Europe in which radical Islam is triumphant--a threat that is not only very real, but that would be more threatening to the United States than a Europe under Nazi domination. But there is hope--and a strategy--for Western survival; and Blankley illustrates what must happen to save the West.
The Nazis failed to take over Europe, but Militant Islam might. The West, says author Tony Blankley in this shocking new book, is down to its last chance. Within our lifetimes, Europe could become Eurabia: a continent overwhelmed by militant Islam that poses a greater threat to the United States than even Nazi Germany did. In The West�s Last Chance, Blankley shows how that could happen�and what we must do to prevent it. In The West�s Last Chance, you�ll learn: � What really happens if Islamist terrorists acquire weapons of mass destruction�it’s worse, and more likely, than you think � How Europe is already well on its way to being a launching pad for Islamist terrorism � Why Europe�s plummeting birthrates could wreak huge upheavals on the Continent�and how the United States could face a similar fate � What�s holding our government back from fighting the Islamist threat to the best of its ability � Why the U.S. has ignored the lessons of World War II�lessons that could hold the secret to winning the War on Terror � How liberalism degenerated from the war-winning policies of FDR to an ideology of Western suicide Tony Blankley asks the hard questions�and gives the straight answers�that our country needs to hear. Frightening, provocative, and instructive, The West�s Last Chance is the most important political book of the year. It will change the way we think about�and fight�the War on Terror.
Tony Blankley is the editorial page editor of the Washington Times, a regular panelist on The McLaughlin Group, a nationally syndicated columnist with Creators Syndicate, and a popular radio and television pundit. For seven years he was press secretary to then Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, and before that serviced President Ronald Reagan as a speechwriter and senior policy analyst.