Douglas Murray is an author, journalist, and political commentator, founder of the Centre for Social Cohesion and is the associate director of the Henry Jackson Society and associate editor of the British political and cultural magazine The Spectator. He has said, not unreasonably I think, that Europe is primarily home to those of us who call ourselves European. The video below is a short one man presentation of his case that Europe is a troubled and confused continent, perhaps committing a form of suicide. He clearly lays out the problems faced by Europe, including large scale immigration and the loss of the sense of who we are. Here is just one Murray quote to wet your appetite.
“Be careful of your future, do not do grand experiments on the public that have not been tried before. We are not a petri dish to experiment in. This ( our continent / nation ) is the only thing we have.”