It may not be in the most complimentary terms, but as long as he spelled our name right, who cares?
A reader sent us this email tonight:
I just finished reading The Enemy at the Gate by Andrew Wheatcroft.- - - - - - - - -
He takes a slight jab at your website at the end of his book when he tries to have everyone play nice with each other, and downplays the most recent Muslim incursion into Europe.
It’s not a bad book about the history between the Hapsburgs and Ottomans; I have read worse when it comes to apologists for the Islamists.
The best thing is he directed me to check out your site and I enjoyed it immensely, especially the Danish hero.
Maybe this explains some of the Google searches that lead people to our blog.
The book is reviewed here. For some strange reason, the reviewer does not say, “The author fails to give credit to the noted blogger Baron Bodissey for his ground-breaking work in the Counterjihad.”
Perhaps that sentence was cut from the final copy by the Telegraph’s editor…