Hallgrim Berg, a former member of Norway's parliament, had come out with a new book about Islam titled Letter to Lady Liberty: A battlecry from Europe to America (Amerikabrevet: Europa i fare, literally The America Letter: Europe in Danger).
The goal of militant and imperialist Islam is absolute grandiose and global. The first step to world supremacy is to turn Europe into a Eurabia. The methods are not by armies, but combinations of oil, emigration, fertility, exploitation of tolerance and democracy, spread of fear, uninhibited terrorism, and millenial patience.
So far, Europe has been asleep. A confused continent, without a gathering purpose, and without sustainable integration policies, is at a loss what to do.
The Euro-Arab “bridge-building measures” are self-deceiving, as long as there is only one-way traffic on the bridge.
The author maintains the United States the only power in the world that may secure the world’s free nations. He is discussing the growing anti-Americanism in Europe, a phenomenon evolving despite America’s role as a guaranteeing force for democracy and freedom. Anti-American sleepwalkers do not see that if the American way goes down the drain, Europe will follow.
Hallgrim Berg attacks international leftism, which is constantly marketing twisted stereotypes of America, and is also criticizing the feebleness of European politicians, particularly France, where hypocrisy is developed into mastery.
Challenged by the most comprising and hard-core totalitarianism the world has seen, the only hope for Western democracy, culture, and our way of living is a more confident cooperation and pooling of resources among European nations and the United States.
Aftenposten came out with sharp criticism for the book. Author Håvard Simensen said Berg was an amateur and that he was talking in the same language as Mullah Krekar.
Berg focuses on the demography and writes that Islamic terrorism is terrible, but that the demographic revolution shouldn't be discounted. In other words, he says Islam in itself is bad.
Simensen says it is crucial now to build alliances with democrats in the Middle east and secular Muslims in Norway and that Berg's book doesn't contribute a thing in this factual confrontation with global Jihad and tyranny. It is just an amateurish work that neither justifies liberal democracy or confronts the bad sides of fundamentalist Islam.
Sources: Kolofon (English), Aftenposten (Norwegian)