I have a new essay at Radix
on what I call "The Tragedy of the West.
" Our unhappy multicultural experiment is championed by, and to some extent, is the work of, nefarious actors of all sorts; I would never deny that. But it is our societal ecosystem, which is mostly the construction of earnest men, which nurtures and creates such people.
The death (hopefully not) of the West was not caused by outsiders, or because we suddenly went mad in the middle of the Twentieth Century and reversed ourselves. No, the death of the West is a tragedy. (And what a coincidence, my book is a tragedy too.)