Douglas Murray (author)

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Douglas Murray is a British journalist and political commentator. He considers himself a Neoconservative.

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Douglas Murray wrote an award-winning biography of Oscar Wilde’s lover. Murray wrote a play about Raoul Wallenberg and a book called Neoconservatism: Why We Need It about why he’s a neoconservative. He also wrote a book called The Strange Death of Europe which criticized the European Union and filmed a Prager University video about it.

Douglas Murray is homosexual but is opposed to gay identity politics and wrote a book called The Madness of Crowds criticizing identity politics and cancel culture. Murray wrote a book called The War on the West about how Western Civilization is actually good. Douglas Murray criticized Donald Trump for saying that the election of 2020 was rigged.