The author, George Michael, has dealt with an unpleasant reality of the current extremist scene in North America and Europe. However this convergence between far-right extremists and Islamic, and other Middle Eastern, radicals is nothing new: The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem made common cause with Hitler during World War II. German Neo-Nazi Manfred Roeder attempted to elicit aid from the Islamic Republic of Iran while the Hoffman Military Sports Group sent some of its cadres to al Fatah training camps in the Middle East.
Currently there is much opposition to the increasingly authoritarian character of the emerging European Union by ordinary British and European citizens fed up with the growing 'democratic deficit' of the EU. The EU vision of a new European order grounded on principles of transnational progressivism is facing two internal challenges: one is the growing movement of nationalist parties of Europe, which are nativistic and anti-immigration, and the other is the growing segment of immigrant Muslims who resist assimilation and who want to import Shari'ah law into their ethnic enclaves within their new European homelands. While there may be points of contact between the far-right and the Muslim extremists this only means that they are TACTICAL ALLIES. They are not, and can never be, STRATEGIC ALLIES because their ultimate aims are mutually contradictory. In the last French presidential election the National Front candidate, Jean-Marie Le Pen, made the blunder of opening praising the Islamic fundamentalists which in turn cost him much of his support among working class conservative French voters who remembered all too well the Muslim riots and burning banlieus of the previous autumn. So this "convergence" will prove to be very problematic in practice.
As for the previous two reviewers and their comments: They seem to have misread Michael in the same way that Hilter and his Nazis misread Friedrich Nietzsche. Nietzsche actually abhorred German-Prussian nationalism and chauvinism and openly stated that the Jews of Europe were the true model Europeans. The semi-literate Nazis merely grabbed hold of a few Nietzschean phrases e.g. "blond beast," "Ubermensch," and "Will to power," which they appropriated for their own twisted and atavistic ideology. Those Muslim extremists who have no use for Christianity and Judaism would ultimately have even less use for the unwashed and uncircumcised worshipers of Hitler, Odin, and Thor, - futile empty gods that were unable to prevent their followers from being conquered or to prevent their altars from being overthrown!