What really alarms me about President Bush's "War on Terrorism" is the grammar. How do you wage war on an abstract noun? How is "Terrorism" going to surrender? It's well known, in philological circles, that it's very hard for abstract nouns to surrender.
We will definitely not burn the Koran, no. Not today, not ever.
The funny thing about history is that we imagine that people didn't laugh in the old days, but of course they did, at stupid things.
I'm cheerfully optimistic about life. Optimism is very important!
I don't think you need religion.
What is meant by: "We mustn't give in to the terrorists"? We gave in to them the moment the first bombs fell on Afghanistan.
Terry Jones's War on the War on Terror (2009)
You know, I've never thought of myself as a comedian.
Quotes about Terry Jones
They all welcomed me with open arms and immediately put my fears to rest. John Cleese was rather flirty; Michael Palin seemed rather shy; Terry Jones was very jolly; Eric Idle was a tiny bit aloof; Graham Chapman was very polite and Terry Gilliam was very loud and a bit manic.