"He's got to shut up," Stern said Tuesday in response to an open letter Waters published to American rock band Bon Jovi ahead of its performance in Israel, saying that singer Jon Bon Jovi was "shoulder to shoulder with the settler who burned the baby."
"What is with Roger Waters and the Jews?" Stern asked. "Why does Roger Waters live in America, a country that was founded on white people coming in and obliterating the native population? How does he stand it? Why don't we just all leave?
"And if you take a look over there, Roger, genius, Mr. Pink Floyd, there are so many Arab countries and so much land around Israel, if you threw a pin in a pool, that's what Israel is."
Stern, who had confronted Waters in the past over his anti-Israel statements, added that "the Palestinians are these Arabs that could live in Egypt, that could live in Saudi Arabia, but guess what? Those countries don't want them either. So they have a country, and Israel has a tiny little country and it bugs the sh*t out of Roger Waters. He can't f***in' deal with it.
"He's writing letters to Bon Jovi. 'Don't go there, it's a terrible place.' Where do you want the Jews to go, Roger? You want them just to go back to the concentration camps? What is it you want, f***head?
"Where's the one place they can stick Jews where no one will be offended? Because the Jews are getting killed all over the world. Give them a little homeland on a desert where there's no water, where essentially no one could live. And no one did live there despite the bullshit.
“Maybe Roger wants the Jews to move to the dark side of the moon," Stern joked, referring to the title of Pink Floyd's classic album.
“Roger should work on getting along with the rest of Pink Floyd. He can't even do that. He's so f***ing worried about Jews and Arabs. Why doesn’t he work on getting along with his wife? I understand they’re splitting up. I just read that in the paper. He's worried about the Jews, and Bon Jovi."