She believes - I have read enough about her. Her heart is in her works.
I will take your word for it, sir, as I do that of many other conservatives & reviewers who say the same thing. I also believe she knows what she writes about, and have read snips of her work.
A poster above this offered a keen insight - she may very well be a Cassandra, unheeded. My orig posting sought to remark that her atheism seems to render her otherwise penetrating insight practically blind, because she cannot see how important Christianity has been to Western Civilization as we know it.
Whittaker Chambers wrote about those who stand for something as opposed to those who stand against something; the latter usually never make an impression. If Oriana is atheist as she claims, and she stands against the dissolution of a continent whose nation-states have largely chosen a socio-political paradigm whose edifice rests upon an anti-God cornerstone, then I (humbly and hopefully, wrongly...) do not expect her efforts against islamization in europe to succeed. She stands against an invader who creeps throughout the house and holds a strong internal belief, and gains ground because the lord of the house himself has embraced a spiritually barren creed. But she hasn't spoken to this spiritual battle, because she herself does not believe in it.
Which begs the question: even if she were to know Christ, or at least acknowledge and demonstrate through her considerable powers of intellect that a Europe without Christ cannot survive, would her fellow europeans still heed the warning? I suspect not... the age-old struggle so ably described by others much better than I (Whittaker Chambers foreword in "WITNESS") still continues, and Europe has for so long fallen into the 'Man-as-God' trap that I don't think they will survive.
CoGard Vet ('76-2000) sends with respect & kinship,