Adam Carolla on why US is target of Muslim terrorism: ‘They hate our culture’ [VIDEO]

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On Monday’s “The O’Reilly Factor” on the Fox News Channel, comedian and podcaster Adam Carolla took aim at Islam and how its practitioners behave compared to all other religions in the world.

He explained to host Bill O’Reilly why the “coexist” bumper sticker on the car that was carjacked by terrorist suspects Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev last week was ironic, given the circumstances.

“It’s basically a bumper sticker that shows all the different religions of the world and how we need to get along together, when that bumper sticker could be shortened quite a bit to, maybe, just ‘co,’” Carolla said. “It doesn’t need half the religions that are on there. And it’s just part of the problem which is, everyone is the problem.”

“Everyone is not the problem. There are certain religions that cause more trouble than others. I think we know who they are and we need to focus on them. And not pretend like it’s the Jews’ fault just as much as it’s the Christians’ fault in this particular case. But, also, here’s a question for you, Bill, ‘coexist’ bumper sticker on your car or ‘this car insured by Smith and Wesson’ — which car would be more likely to be jacked?”

The author of “Not Taco Bell Material” went on to explain his theory on why Muslim extremism is a problem for the United States.

“You know, this whole thing of — and it has been going on throughout time, what did we do to offend them?” Carolla asked.

“We must have done something to offend these people. Why do they hate us so much? Why are they bullying us up? Perhaps, if we play nice with them, they will stop doing this. They hate our culture. They hate our way of life. They hate the fact that our women’s boobies get bigger, our cars get longer, our swimming pools get deeper and we’re building skyscrapers and bridges.”

“And Allah is supposed to take care of all this decadence but Allah never does. So they take it upon their hands to do it themselves. And we act like, ‘Well, if just make friends with them, then maybe, they’ll back off.’ They’re not going to back off as long as we’re enjoying our decadent life.”

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