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The Force of Reason - Oriana Fallaci (2006)


The Force of Reason - Oriana Fallaci

__In The Force of Reason Fallaci takes aim at the many attacks and death threats she received after the publication of The Rage and the Pride. Oriana begins by identifying herself with one Master Cecco, the author of a heretical book who was burnt at the stake during the Inquisition seven centuries ago on account of his beliefs, and proceeds with a rigorous analysis of the burning of Troy and the creation of a Europe that, to her judgment, is no longer her familiar homeland but rather a place best called Eurabia, a soon-to-be colony of Islam. She explores her ideas in historical, philosophical, moral, and political terms, courageously addressing taboo topics with sharp logic. Fallaci's The Force of Reason is a raw act of courage.
__She was one of the most fearless and courageous defenders Western civilization had in these latter days, and the West rewarded her by hounding, persecuting and vilifying her. Pay tribute to Oriana. There is no way we can make up for what we have lost in her. But the best way we can pay tribute to Oriana is by becoming Oriana. Let there be a hundred new Orianas today, a thousand new passionate and articulate and absolutely unbowed defenders of Western culture and civilization.
__Give her writings and books to your friends and. Explain to them why she said that "Europe becomes more and more a province of Islam, a colony of Islam." Explain to them why that matters for so much that they hold dear.
__And when we prevail, we will be able to memorialize her fittingly, as a light that shone in our darkest days.
__May her memory be eternal.

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