The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear was a gathering that took place on October 30, 2010, at the National Mall in Washington, DC. The rally was led by Jon Stewart, host of the satirical news program The Daily Show, and Stephen Colbert, in-character as a conservative political pundit. About 215,000 people attended the rally, according to aerial photography analysis by AirPhotosLive.com for CBS News.

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  • Le Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear (« Rassemblement pour rétablir la santé mentale et/ou la peur ») est un évènement ayant eu lieu le 30 octobre 2010 (en pleine campagne pour les mid-term election) sur le National Mall de Washington, D.C., organisé par Jon Stewart et Stephen Colbert (dans son rôle de Stephen Colbert). L'évènement rassembla environ 215 000 personnes selon une photographie aérienne analysé par AirPhotosLive.com pour CBS News. Le rally résulte d'une combinaison de ce qui était annoncé initialement comme deux évènement distincts : le Rally to Restore Sanity de Jon Stewart, une réponse à la manifestation organisée par l'animateur conservateur Glenn Beck, et donc dirigé contre les républicains les plus conservateurs, réactionnaires et religieux, et sa contrepartie satirique, la March to Keep Fear Alive de Stephen Colbert dans son personnage habituel parodiant les animateurs conservateurs de Fox News Channel. (fr)
  • Il Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear (Rally per riportare il buonsenso e/o la paura) è una manifestazione che ha avuto luogo il 30 ottobre del 2010 al National Mall di Washington. La manifestazione era una combinazione di due eventi precedentemente separati: il Rally to Restore Sanity (Rally per riportare il buonsenso), annunciato da Jon Stewart, e la controparte satirica organizzata da Stephen Colbert, la March to Keep Fear Alive (Marcia per tenere in vita la paura). L'evento nasce con lo scopo di dare una voce alla parte moderata del paese che, secondo Stewart, non riceve abbastanza attenzione da parte dei media. (it)
  • De Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear (Nederlands: Betoging voor herstel van gezond verstand en/of angst) vond plaats op 30 oktober 2010 op de National Mall in Washington D.C. en werd geleid door Jon Stewart en Stephen Colbert. Op de demonstratie kwamen ongeveer 215.000 mensen af. Hoewel de bijeenkomst politiek neutraal was gebruikten veel demonstranten de rally om een tegengeluid te laten horen tegen het – in hun ogen – extremistische geluid van de Tea Party. De rally was een combinatie van twee initiatieven, namelijk Stewarts’ Rally to Restore Sanity en Colberts’ satirische reactie daarop de March to Keep Fear Alive. Het doel van de bijeenkomst was om een uitlaatklep te geven aan de meer gematigde Amerikanen die niet gehoord werden omdat, volgens Stewart, de extremen, waar slechts 15 tot 20 procent van de Amerikanen toe behoort, de discussie over de politiek in Amerika domineren. De demonstratie was een pleidooi voor een redelijke discussie. Op 28 augustus 2010 hield Glenn Beck, werkzaam bij Fox News, de Restoring Honor rally. Op dezelfde dag leidde Al Sharpton een tegendemonstratie onder de titel Reclaim the Dream. In een reactie daarop kondigde Jon Stewart op 16 september 2010 de Rally to Restore Sanity aan. Deze demonstratie was bedoeld voor, volgens Stewart, de 70 tot 80 procent van de Amerikanen die geen extreme politieke ideeën hadden en daardoor niet in de media werden gehoord. In The Colbert Report kondigde Stephen Colbert, een andere komediant, de March to Keep Fear Alive aan. Op 14 oktober 2010 had Oprah Winfrey een videoboodschap in de Daily Show en kondigde aan dat er onder de stoel van elke toeschouwer van een show een gratis vliegticket voor de demonstratie lag. Colbert deed in reactie daarop hetzelfde, maar bij hem kreeg het Chinatown bus-tickets. Op dat moment werd ook aangekondigd dat de demonstraties gecombineerd zouden worden. (nl)
  • O Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear (em português, Movimento para Restaurar Sanidade e/ou Medo) foi um ato político no dia 30 de outubro de 2010 no National Mall em Washington, DC. O movimento foi liderada por Jon Stewart, apresentador do programa satírico The Daily Show, e Stephen Colbert, apresentador do The Colbert Report, em sua personagem como um conservador. De acordo com uma análise de fotografias aéreas pelo AirPhotosLive.com para a CBS News, cerca de 215,000 pessoas participaram do evento. O evento foi resultado da união de dois eventos originalmente separados: o de Stewart "Rally to Restore Sanity" e o de Colbert "March to Keep Fear Alive". A intenção do movimento era de fornecer um foro para que os participantes do movimento pudessem "falar mais alto" do que os 15% a 20% dos americanos que, de acordo com Stewart, "controlam a conversa" da política americana, argumentando que esses extremos endemoninham uns aos outros e agem de forma contraproducente, e a restauração da sanidade promoveria discussões mais racionais. Apesar de Stewart negar as afirmações, agências de notícia chamaram o evento de uma imitação dos movimentos "Restoring Honor" de Glenn Beck, e "Reclaim the Dream" de Al Sharpton . (pt)
  • The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear was a gathering that took place on October 30, 2010, at the National Mall in Washington, DC. The rally was led by Jon Stewart, host of the satirical news program The Daily Show, and Stephen Colbert, in-character as a conservative political pundit. About 215,000 people attended the rally, according to aerial photography analysis by AirPhotosLive.com for CBS News. The rally was a combination of what initially were announced as separate events: Stewart's "Rally to Restore Sanity" and Colbert's counterpart, the "March to Keep Fear Alive." Its stated purpose was to provide a venue for attendees to be heard above what Stewart described as the more vocal and extreme 15–20% of Americans who "control the conversation" of American politics, the argument being that these extremes demonize each other and engage in counterproductive actions, with a return to sanity intended to promote reasoned discussion. Despite Stewart's insistence to the contrary, news reports cast the rally as a spoof of Glenn Beck's Restoring Honor rally and Al Sharpton's Reclaim the Dream rally. (en)
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  • Il Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear (Rally per riportare il buonsenso e/o la paura) è una manifestazione che ha avuto luogo il 30 ottobre del 2010 al National Mall di Washington. La manifestazione era una combinazione di due eventi precedentemente separati: il Rally to Restore Sanity (Rally per riportare il buonsenso), annunciato da Jon Stewart, e la controparte satirica organizzata da Stephen Colbert, la March to Keep Fear Alive (Marcia per tenere in vita la paura). L'evento nasce con lo scopo di dare una voce alla parte moderata del paese che, secondo Stewart, non riceve abbastanza attenzione da parte dei media. (it)
  • De Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear (Nederlands: Betoging voor herstel van gezond verstand en/of angst) vond plaats op 30 oktober 2010 op de National Mall in Washington D.C. en werd geleid door Jon Stewart en Stephen Colbert. Op de demonstratie kwamen ongeveer 215.000 mensen af. Hoewel de bijeenkomst politiek neutraal was gebruikten veel demonstranten de rally om een tegengeluid te laten horen tegen het – in hun ogen – extremistische geluid van de Tea Party. (nl)
  • Le Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear (« Rassemblement pour rétablir la santé mentale et/ou la peur ») est un évènement ayant eu lieu le 30 octobre 2010 (en pleine campagne pour les mid-term election) sur le National Mall de Washington, D.C., organisé par Jon Stewart et Stephen Colbert (dans son rôle de Stephen Colbert). L'évènement rassembla environ 215 000 personnes selon une photographie aérienne analysé par AirPhotosLive.com pour CBS News. (fr)
  • O Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear (em português, Movimento para Restaurar Sanidade e/ou Medo) foi um ato político no dia 30 de outubro de 2010 no National Mall em Washington, DC. O movimento foi liderada por Jon Stewart, apresentador do programa satírico The Daily Show, e Stephen Colbert, apresentador do The Colbert Report, em sua personagem como um conservador. De acordo com uma análise de fotografias aéreas pelo AirPhotosLive.com para a CBS News, cerca de 215,000 pessoas participaram do evento. (pt)
  • The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear was a gathering that took place on October 30, 2010, at the National Mall in Washington, DC. The rally was led by Jon Stewart, host of the satirical news program The Daily Show, and Stephen Colbert, in-character as a conservative political pundit. About 215,000 people attended the rally, according to aerial photography analysis by AirPhotosLive.com for CBS News. (en)
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