Many people will have seen the movie trailers for Quentin Tarantino’s latest film ‘Django Unchained’ and will quite naturally feel somewhat uneasy that Hollywood again appears to have launched yet another violent film with a dangerously anti-White theme.
‘Django Unchained’ follows hot on the heals of ‘Machete’ (2010) and Tarantino’s previous film, ‘Inglourious Basterds’ (2009), depicting non-White ethnic minority ‘heroes’ taking their revenge and inflicting gratuitous violence upon villains who all just happen to be White.
Critics of these films legitimately complain that they run the risk of inciting racial hatred against white people, but their complaints are either ignored or brushed aside by media pundits and the authorities, who claim that these films are simply powerfully themed entertainment and that worries that ethnic minorities may decide to re-enact the scenes of racially charged violence against White people are groundless.
Indeed producer Michael Moore is reported to have Tweeted , “This weekend, go see ‘Django’. I still can’t get this movie outta my head- & I don’t want to! Ignore all nonsense u’ve heard bout ‘violence,’”
Readers may recall that Michael Moore famously wrote a book some years back, entitled, ‘Stupid White Men’, in which he asserted that the White race is the root of all evil, that we should be cease to exist, and in which the second chapter of the book was entitled, ‘Kill Whitey’.
There is a sequence in ‘Django Unchained’ in which the central character played by black actor Jamie Foxx, is asked, “How do you like the bounty hunting business?” to which Django, Foxx’s character replies, “You kill white folks and they pay you for it – what’s not to like?”
Supporters should also take regard of the comments on Twitter posted by black cinemagoers in the US.
On the website hollywoodreporter.com Jo Kington comments: “While whites are busy getting offended on our [black people’s] behalf, they miss completely why we are going to see this film. It’s a bIack man killings white people in masses. I will pay to see that every time.
I’ve seen this film 3 times so far and am going again Saturday night. It’s an awesome movie.”
Two people indicated that they ‘liked’ this comment and Jo Kington further stated, ” … we need to milk that sh-t as long as we can. Thank god for white guilt”.
Meanwhile, on the examiner.com the following Tweets are reported:
“After watching Django, all I wanna do is shoot white people,”
“We need a modern dy django to kill some white people,”
“u wanna kill all white for 30min after you see Django Unchained,”
“After watching Django all I want to do is eat baked beans and biscuits and shoot white people for money”.
More pointedly, when the actor playing the part of Django, Jamie Foxx, hosted NBCs Saturday Night Live in December last year he shocked audiences with his description of his role in the film:
Clearly this genre of film is highly dangerous to the safety of White people, as is born out by the scandalously high levels of black on White crime that exists on both sides of the Atlantic.
More recently still, Foxx attracted more controversy with his acceptance speech at last Friday’s NAACP Image Awards, said, “Black people are the most talented people in the world” (video follows with transcript and commentary):
JAMIE FOXX: “All I can say is I’m so humbled tonight. I was thinking about all the stuff that I was going to say personally about myself, and I was gonna be all about me and how I did it, and how me and me and I and I, and then you watch Harry Belafonte and Sidney Poitier come out, and you say to yourself it’s really not big of a deal of what you are doing just yet.
“I have so many things I wanted to say, but after watching and listening to Harry Belafonte speak, sometimes I feel like somehow I failed a little bit in being caught up in what I do, or maybe that’s the young generation, and that’s what it is. But I guarantee you that I’m going to work a whole lot harder man.
“Black people are the most talented people in the world. I, it’s, I can’t explain it. You can’t sit in this room and not watch Gladys Knight sing and go like, “Golly, what in the world?”
Not only does Foxx appear to like the idea of killing White people, but he also appears to be a very race conscious black supremacist, appearing as he did at a function organised by the American, ‘National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’.
Just imagine the media reaction if a White actor had stood up at a function organised by a ‘National Association for the Advancement of White People’ and stated, “White people are the most talented people in the world”!
One is forced to ask why White people go to the cinema to watch movies like this that are little more than ‘race hate soft porn’?
One might also ask why someone like Quentin Tarantino, who is ostensibly White, would want to produce films that are clearly an incitement to racial hatred?
With a little research, a possible answer to this latter question begins to emerge.
While most Hollywood producers and directors are Jewish and therefore belong to an ethnic group that doesn’t readily identify as ‘White’, in Tarantino’s case the hostility shown in his films towards White people would appear to stem from different motivations.
Tarantino apparently came from a dysfunctional family background. While his father Tony Tarantino was of Italian origin, his mother Connie McHugh, was half Irish and half Cherokee Indian, and it seems they married when Connie became pregnant with Quentin at the tender age of fourteen.
This story is told in greater detail in author Sharon Waxman’s book ‘Rebels on the Backlot – Six Maverick Directors and How they Conquered the Hollywood Studio System’, and the book reveals that Connie soon split with Tarantino’s father and later married a man called, Curt Zastoupil, with whom she and young Tarantino lived for several years.
Sharon Waxman describes in her book how unhappy Tarantino was at school and subject to much bullying and teasing by the other children. Tarantino would have been a school pupil at a time when Western films and TV programmes would have been popular, and at a time when Whites composed c. 90% of the population of the US. With the conflict depicted in films of that time between White settlers and ‘Red Indian’ tribes, one can imagine that much of the teasing Tarantino received at school may have revolved around his part Cherokee ancestry.
I could be wrong, but this may be the reason why Tarantino appears to like making racially charged films that denigrate and demonise the White characters depicted and particularly those White characters who would be presumed to have pride in their race. Perhaps on a subconscious level at least, he is still taking his revenge on the schoolboy tormentors that made him so unhappy at school?
By Max Musson © 2013
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