According to two studies, 13% of young British Muslims between 15 and 25 support Al Qaeda ideology.
UK is representative for Norway, so I would guess that at least 15-20% of Norwegian Muslims support murder of homosexuals.
There is certainly no fewer who support killing of homosexuals, than those who support Al Qaeda.
I completely agree that Obama is a brilliant retoriker and communicator, one of the best we've seen over the past 30 years.
But firstly, we can not and should not compare the cultural struggle in the U.S. with that in Europe.
Rhetoric must and should be different. The average "right oriented" - Republican in the U.S. is a "libertarian" (anti-socialist but pro multikulti) while the average conservative in Europe is much more anti-multikulti but arguments based on cultural resistance against Islamization.
The so-called anti-multiculti in the U.S. based their rhetoric on ethnocentrism alone which thus differs greatly from Europeans.
This is the main reason that we must separate the American and European cultural struggle. I usually stay away from American issues as a result.
Regardless of whether we are in the U.S. or Europe, it is essential you have to ask about the following:
When was that multiculturalism ceased to be an ideology designed to deconstruct a European culture, traditions, identity and nation-states?
If you support a leader who propagate multiculturalism (ideology as of this writing systematically deconstructs Western civilization), one can not then just as well stick to the class struggle or the MSM?
And if we then think that multiculturalism wonderful doctrines is the main cause of the ongoing Islamization of Europe and the U.S., one should not criticize multiculturalism while leading No. 1, the one Jesus Christ Obama for his fundamental principles?
If you fail to criticize him, haven't you then accepted the multiculturalism wonderful premise?