Tybring-Gjedde is opposed to Norwegian membership of the European Union, and in 2005 stated that his most important issues was to work for more "active economic policies" and a "more active and realistic immigration and integration policy". He is also a member of the pro-Israel group Friends of Israel in the Parliament of Norway.
In March 2010 he stated that he thought it was about equally bad for parents to dress their children in hijab as for parents to dress their children in Ku Klux Klan clothing, and that Norway should take a tough stand against the Islamisation happening "before our eyes". Later the same month, after the revelation of increasing levels of antisemitism among Muslim pupils, he called for schools to establish one special day of the year to teach about Holocaust and the History of Jews. He also suggested that Muslim pupils should wear a Star of David for the proposed day.
In August 2010, some controversy erupted after Tybring-Gjedde, together with his colleague Kent Andersen, harshly critizised the Norwegian Labour Party-led immigration policy in the feature story titled "Dream from Disneyland" in Aftenposten In the feature story, they claimed that the immigration was threatening to "tear Norway apart", and that the Labour Party had stabbed the Norwegian culture in the back. Tybring-Gjedde was in turn strongly critizised by several politicians from the other parties.
Christian Tybring-Gjedde - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
No hidden agenda there then, eh?
What a wanker.