In recent months, those of us who worry about Europe's ongoing Islamization have been paying more attention than usual to recent elections on the continent. Geert Wilders, in the Netherlands, and Marine le Pen, in France, didn't win, but at least they made some progress. In September, it'll be Norway's turn. Unfortunately, there's not much of a choice. There are several political parties in Norway, but the likelihood is that we'll end up with a Labor or Conservative prime minister. The Labor honcho is Jonas Gahr Støre, a globalist empty suit from Central Casting who's perfectly happy with Islam and high-level immigration. Heading up the Conservatives option is the current Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, whose position on these issues is virtually indistinguishable from Gahr Støre's. When it comes to Islam, she's always been a first-class dhimmi. As my friend Peder "Fjordman" Jensen recalled the other day, Erna, back in 2011, "stated that Muslims in Europe are now harassed just like Jews were in the 1930s, during the rise of the Nazis."