Thursday, April 19, 2012

Emergency Protest - Absolutely Sinful

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Holy Manger Scene
Used By The Daily Show
In A Most Impure And Vulgar Way

Send Your Instant E-PROTEST Message NOW

Dear Friends,

(Please read with caution. This is very disturbing.)

     According to press reports, the April 16th edition of The Daily Show…

  • “showed on TV a picture of a naked woman with her legs spread apart with a nativity scene ornament in between”
  • host “Jon Stewart placed a depiction of Jesus Christ’s Nativity over a woman’s v- [deleted – Ed.]
  • “Stewart said, ‘Maybe women could protect their reproductive organs from unwanted medical intrusions with v- [deleted – Ed.] mangers.’”
     Never, in all of your years, have you seen such a detestable and outrageous use of Our Lord’s Nativity.

     • Send your e-Protest message to Comedy Central and Viacom

Robert E. Ritchie
Robert E. Ritchie
America Needs Fatima
P.S. To contact them directly (please be polite, but firm):

Comedy Central: New York
345 Hudson Street
New York, NY 10014
Phone 212.767.8600

Comedy Central: Los Angeles
2600 Colorado Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone 310.752.8000

Viacom Investor Relations
1515 Broadway - 52nd Floor
New York, NY 10036
+1-212-846-6700 or

Viacom's Non-Management Directors
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New York, NY 10036
(212) 258-6000


April 19, 2012

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments as follows:
Jon Stewart refused to apologize last night for the unprecedented assault on Christian sensibilities he launched on April 16. In that episode, “The Daily Show” featured a naked woman with her legs spread and a nativity scene ornament placed between her legs; with the picture on the screen, Stewart laughed at what he called the “vagina manger.” To see the picture, click here.
Our effort against Stewart includes asking his most consistent sponsors to pull their advertising (if necessary, we are not ruling out a boycott of their products), and a lengthy public relations campaign. The goal? To get him to apologize. If that doesn’t work, we can guarantee that his reputation will never be the same.
Today we will contact Kraft, one of whose products, MiO Energy, was one of the five sponsors that advertised on both the April 17 and April 18 episodes. Moreover, we will contact those on our “Allied Organizations” list (over two days) to join this campaign. They will be asked to contact Steve Albani, Senior VP of Comedy Central Communications, and Kraft.
This is just the beginning. Over the next several weeks, we will contact every major Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Mormon and Muslim leader and organization in the nation; they will be sent the picture, along with Stewart’s remarks. We will contact Viacom (which owns Comedy Central, home to “The Daily Show”) making sure that all board members and senior management know about Stewart’s anti-Christian and grossly misogynist attack. We will take out ads in newspapers, etc. We are not going away.
What Jon Stewart did ranks with the most vulgar expression of hate speech ever aired on television. His incivility cannot go unanswered.
Contact Steve Albani, Senior VP Comedy Central 

Contact our director of communications about Donohue’s remarks:
Jeff Field
Phone: 212-371-3191

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