Considering that Norway continues to harbor known terrorist Mullah Krekar (a.k.a.: Fateh Najmeddin Faraj or Abu Sayyid Qutb), monitoring such activities within Norway is well within the USA’s rights.
Our Swedish correspondent LN was unable to log in successfully and leave a response, so he sent me an email instead. Here’s what he said:
Many war criminals and terrorists in Sweden, many more than in Norway.
One of the many consequences of the lax immigration policies and naïve so-called Multiculturalism is that Sweden is full of war criminals. Previously it has been found that most terrorist organizations are represented in the country. Not surprisingly, however, given that only about five percent (5%) of those who came to Sweden in recent years had brought with them any valid identification documents. Not at all strange that New Sweden is swarming with exotic individuals lacking any true identity — they are now just “new Swedes” and euphemistically called settlers, living at taxpayers’ expense.
Around a thousand war criminals can hide in Sweden. The “National Criminal War Crimes Commission” has so far received 120 complaints, but the cases take a long time and are difficult to investigate. The main evidence is not to be found in Sweden but we often have to go out and look for it in home countries like Rwanda, the former Yugoslavia, Iraq, Sierra Leone, Sudan and many others, says Linda Thomsen.
Updated Aug 13 14:29 to correct a link and make a slight change of wording at the request of LN.