The host BBC One’s This Week began his show this week with an epic shredding of the ISIS terrorists who attacked Paris two weeks ago in a manner that recalled one by HBO’s John Oliver — but with less profanity and more bite.
Andrew Neil kicked off the show by addressing the ” bunch of loser jihadists who slaughtered 132 innocents in Paris to prove the future belongs to them.”
The he was off, listing off a seemingly endless parade of names of famous French men and women who made the world a better place, including Camus, Renoir, Curie, Hugo, Cézanne, Pasteur, Chanel, and even Daft Punk before bluntly adding, “versus what?”
“Beheadings, crucifixions, amputations, slavery, mass murder, medieval squalor, a death cult barbarity that would shame the Middle Ages,” he concluded.
Referring to them as “IS — as in Islamist scumbags” he stated, “In a thousand year’s time, Paris, that glorious city of lights, will still be shining bright as will every other city like it. And you will be dust, along with the ragbag of fascists, Nazis and Stalinists that previously dared to challenge democracy and failed.”
Watch the video below via BBC on YouTube: