William J. Federer is a nationally known speaker, best selling author and president of Amerisearch, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to researching America’s noble heritage. As an accomplished historian, he has published many books including What Every American Needs to Know About the Qur’an – A History of Islam & the United States and Change to Chains-The 6,000 Year Quest for Control -Volume I-Rise of the Republic. His radio show called The American Minute features historical events “on this day in history”. Possessing a near encyclopedic knowledge of American and European history, his talks on Islam give a fascinating perspective on Islam’s 1400 year war with the West.
I have been privileged to hear William J. Federer speak twice in the last year. First for our local Republican Womens’ club and then for a local Tea Party. He gives a fascinating whirlwind tour through the history of Islamic conquest beginning with the childhood of Mohammed and ending up with present day events. Federer makes it clear that he is not talking about moderate Muslims who are just raising families and living in peace side by side with non-Muslims. He says that Islam has three parts; religious, political and military. It is the political and military parts that are at odds with the Judeo- Christian values of the West and the ideals of freedom and liberty that Democracy upholds. I came away with a better understanding of political Islam and the danger we are in of losing our freedoms to the steady onslaught of cultural and violent jihad. Federer makes it clear how appeasement is encouraging and fueling a resurgence of Islamic supremacist fervor across the globe.
His talks are not all gloom and doom, however. He entertains with little known facts about how Santa Claus came to be, how coffee was named and how cappuccino was invented.
I highly recommend William Federer for any group of citizens that want to educate their members on Islam. We must spread the word on the threat political Islam poses to our way of life.
The following is a talk he gave in 2009: