People are going crazy for this BBC broadcaster's unique challenge to those 'loser jihadists.'

People are going crazy for this BBC broadcaster's unique challenge to those 'loser jihadists.'
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Andrew Neil, host of BBC's This Week, had something to say to ISIS during the opening of his show, and it's unlike any Paris-related segment you've ever seen. He basically summarizes every achievement of French culture throughout the last 500 years or so, and shames the "loser jihadists" for ever thinking that their "death cult barbarity" could compete. He cites crème brûlée, Juliette Binoche, and nuclear power in his argument, among a bunch of other cool stuff.

 
Andrew Neil opens the show

A message for the Paris attackers from Andrew Neil as he opens TW

Posted by BBC This Week on Thursday, November 19, 2015

Woe to the man who dares to challenge Daft Punk. 

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