We are supposed to love diversity as the panacea to the problems connected with mass immigration. In this thought-provoking book, Ed West investigates the heretical view that diversity is actual the scourge of our time rather than its saviour. He uncovers how over a period of 50 years successive Conservative and Labour governments have mismanaged mass immigration and have used diversity as the smoke screen to hide their mistakes. Using the latest data on immigration, he shows that diversity is leading to an increasingly fragmented society that believes in everything and nothing at the same time, and lacks the will to deal with immigration in a way that will prevent rather than create problems for future generations.
Publisher: Gibson Square Books Ltd
Number of pages: 256
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 20 mm
'Enticingly provocative - One of the most interesting of the rising generation of political writers.' Peter Oborne, Daily Telegraph 'A brilliant dissection of the dominant cultural heresy of our times.' Sunday Times 'Polemic.' Observer 'A fascinating exposition.' Sunday Independent, John-Paul McCarthy 'Try The Diversity Illusion.' Mail on Sunday