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Daily Show with Jon Stewart: In the Name of the Fodder

The Fox rapid-response team makes a plea to distinguish violence in the name of a religion from the practitioners and tenets of that religion as long as it’s Christianity.

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  • Sourin Mahbub


    No matter how inefficiently Obama performs, you American conservatives will always find ways to shoot themselves in the foot, much to the amusement of everyone else.

    If you are indeed taking your country back, it will only be back to the middle ages.

  • corey


  • JN


    Go away.

  • TaterSalad

    There seems to be a problem in the United States these days with political correctness. The liberal left wing can spout lies, name calling and swear to anyone they desire but when they are bitch slapped back at em’ they do their usuall crybaby, whining routine. There is only one term for this…………..screw you! We conservatives have had enough. We are taking this country back and you and your Bill Ayers, Bill Mahers, Rosie O’Donnells, Al Sharpton, Capt. Bullshit and Joe “Bite Me” Bidden can all take a hike. You and your kind have a little over a year to go and the country will become sane and secure once again. If you don’t like it, move to California, the upper half anyhow, and enjoy life as you will deserve……with all the other loons in Nancy Pelosi’s district! Read this article below and enjoy life.

  • Farlowe

    Mosizzle I am sure you are correct in your assessment of his manifesto. I haven’t got that far in my reading of that long document just yet.

  • Mosizzle

    Farlowe, From page 1301-1310 of Breivik’s manifesto, it is clear that he is Christian. He details how Crusaders who fight in God’s name will have all their sins forgiven (and lists numerous Popes who said that).

    He has a whole section entitled “The Bible and Self-Defence” in which he justifies attacking people in “self-defence”. He also claims that “Crusading is not just a right, but a duty according to [Catholic] Canon Law”.

  • Farlowe

    Great vid Jon Stewart. I have read variously that Anders was Christian, neo Pagan, Freemason, Odinist. I am getting a bit confused, however there is no mistaking the cross on the front page of his manifesto. It certainly doesn’t look buddhist, taoist or muslim!

  • Skhan

    Jon Stewart FTW!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • NassirH

    I also like Jon Stewart, though tonight he interviewed an author with a skewed view of Pakistan, unfortunately.

  • Daniel

    Jon Stewart, good as usual.

    Bill O’Reilly (and so many others at Fox) is a true pinhead. The overwhelming hypocrisy of these jokers is massive. Dare not suggest that Breivik was a Christian in any way–even if he claimed it–but always believe that one who claims to be a Muslim is a real Muslin…well, unless they talk about peace and liberty, then they’re just takers.

    I truly hope that people will wake up to see these Faux News people for what they are: propagandists.

  • John Cawrey

    Fox just loves to try to bash Islam and Muslims. But when its Christian terrorism, they automatically rush to defend Christianity and distinguish Christianity and Christian terrorists, while they do no such thing for Islam and Muslims. Sure is a “Fair and Balanced” news network, huh?

  • JD

    /\ There is more I can quote but that will fill up the comment section do I wont

  • JD



    Personal facts:

    Name: Andrew Berwick
    Nationality: Norwegian
    Born: February 1979
    Religion: Christian, Protestant but I support a reformation of Protestantism leading to it being absorbed by Catholisism. The typical “Protestant Labour Church” has to be deconstructed as its creation was an attempt to abolish the Church

    There is a Huge section called

    Christian justification of the struggle

    mini sections called:

    Crusading is not just a right, but a duty according to Canon Law

    3.149 The Bible and self-defence

    2.85 A future Christian identity for Europe?


    Our aim should be to:

    1. Create a pan European student/youth movement (at universities, high schools, social activities). F example call it: “Young Europeans”, “Christian European Renaissance Movement” or just “Renaissance Movement” (Attempting to unite Christians, anti-Eurabians, nationalists and other types of cultural conservatives


    2.82 Christianity, Pros and Cons

    2.85 A future Christian identity for Europe?


    3.10 Assimilation policy/demands/offer for Muslim individuals living in Europe

    1. Convert to Christianity (Orthodox, Catholic or Protestant).

    Every individual is to accept baptism, the ritual act by which one is admitted to membership of the Christian Church, as a member of the particular Church in which the baptism is administered.

    2. Name change

    During the required baptism the individual is to be given a Christian/European traditional name (first, middle and last name). No Arab/Asian/Islamic name is allowed (including The 99 Names of Allah).

    A European Military Order re-emerges – In Praise of the New Knighthood ( Christi Templique Solomonici (Knights Templar)

    A fallen Justiciar Knight (fallen in the line of duty) is awarded with the Cross of Martyrdom

    3.80 Reforming the European Church – from a diversified and un-appealing “Labour Church” to a united, strong and appealing “Traditional Church”

    3.81 The future of European Christendom

    Embracing Christendom will be voluntary (under normal circumstances). People who chose to be atheists will enjoy the same rights. However, school curriculum and government policies will propagate cultural conservative policies, European traditionalism/Christendom much like European policies 40-60 years ago.

    Preparing for the Great European Christian Congress


  • Al

    The Hypocrites will attain the lowest depths of Hell…

  • AJ

    Jon Stewart,

    Thanks for pointing out this hypocrisy of Bill O Reilly and other media people.

  • Cynic

    Would love to see the rest of this. He should have spent more time on the hypocrisy, and instead of using only the Fort Hood shooter as an example, used pretty much any lone Muslim terrorist or even bank robber for that matter.

  • mindy1

    Sometimes the comedians are more correct than the newsmakers

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