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BBC’s Andrew Neil Explains French Culture To ISIS In A Few Words

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Host of the BBC’s This Week program, Scotsman Andrew Neil, compares “Islamist Scumbags” (IS) with the French civilization.

He calls ISIS “a bunch of loser jihadists” involved in “death cult barbarity” while crediting France with “Zizou Zidane,” and “crème brûlée.” The city of light will endure according to Andrew, and ISIS will loose, no mater what they throw at the French.

The Mirror reports:

In 1,000 years Paris will still be shining’: Andrew Neil’s speech in full

Welcome to This Week. The week in which a bunch of loser jihadists slaughtered 132 innocents in Paris to prove the future belongs to them rather than a civilisation like France.

Well I can’t say I fancy their chances. France, the country of Descartes, Boulet, Monet, Sartre, Rousseau, Camus, Renoir, Berlioz, Cézanne, Gauguin, Hugo, Voltaire, Matisse, Debussy, Ravel,Saint-Saëns, Bizet, Satie, Pasteur, Molière, Frank, Zola, Balzac, Blanc.

Cutting edge science, world class medicine, fearsome security forces, nuclear power, Coco Chanel, Chateau Lafite, Coq Au Vin, Daft Punk, Zizou Zidane, Juliette Binoche, liberté, égalité, fraternité, and crème brûlée.

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Versus what? Beheadings, crucifixions, amputations, slavery, mass murder, medieval squalor, a death cult barbarity that would shame the Middle Ages.

Well IS or Daesh or ISIS or ISIL or whatever name you’re going by – I’m sticking with IS, as in Islamist scumbags – I think the outcome is pretty clear to everybody but you.

Whatever atrocities you’re currently capable of committing, you will lose.

In 1,000 years’ time Paris, that glorious city of lights, will still be shining bright, as will every other city like it.

While you will be as dust, along with the ragbag of Fascists, Nazis and Stalinists who have previously dared to challenge democracy and failed.

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