The excellent Douglas Murray has a new book out at the moment and he's been busy doing the rounds promoting it. Unlike the hideous Labour narcissist Jess Phillips, who is also promoting a book this week, Douglas has not been able to command much in the way of mainstream TV interviews. Why? Because he doesn't pull his punches when it comes to what mainstream media regards as 'sensitive' issues such as Islamism and multi-culturalism. Owen Jones refuses to share a platform with him (because the wee shite knows that Douglas would wipe the floor with him in a debate). The fact that Murray is openly gay also riles up Jones.
The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race & Identity is Murray's sixth book and is already a number one bestseller. You can purchase a signed copy here, or a cheaper version here. Meanwhile, see below for a selection of Murray's interviews from his promo rounds.
Douglas chats to Rod Liddle for the Sunday Times (5min).
One of Douglas's rare TV appearances this week was on Good Morning Britain where he debated 'wokeness' with Piers Morgan and a model called Eunice Olumide (12mins).
Here Douglas chats to Talk Radio's Julia Hartley-Brewer (56mins).
Douglas chats to the left-leaning Joe website (39mins).
Douglas chats with Peter Whittle, London Assembly Member and former Ukipper (41min).