August 25, 2015
In a recent interview with New York Magazine, Quentin Tarantino discussed how happy he is that White people are finally being silenced for good.
That’s going to make this movie feel contemporary. Everybody’s talking about race right now.
I know. I’m very excited by that.
Finally, the issue of white supremacy is being talked about and dealt with. And it’s what the movie’s about.
How did what’s happening in Baltimore and Ferguson find its way into The Hateful Eight?
It was already in the script. It was already in the footage we shot. It just happens to be timely right now. We’re not trying to make it timely. It is timely. I love the fact that people are talking and dealing with the institutional racism that has existed in this country and been ignored. I feel like it’s another ’60s moment, where the people themselves had to expose how ugly they were before things could change. I’m hopeful that that’s happening now.
And we all know how well the sixties worked out, don’t we?
Tarantino is the director of multiple race-hate films made to support Jews and coloreds. His film Django Unchained openly encouraged Blacks to murder White people. The SPLC did not complain.
His Inglorious Basterds was super-original in that it portrayed Nazis as evil and Jews as innocent victims.
I guess his new film is also about White people being evil.
Though he was cool and/or hip in the 90s, he is now just a spineless shill for the establishment. No one has told him that he is no longer cool and/or hip, poor guy.
Here’s what he said about Obama.
I think he’s fantastic. He’s my favorite president, hands down, of my lifetime. He’s been awesome this past year. Especially the rapid, one-after-another-after-another-after-another aspect of it. It’s almost like take no prisoners. His he-doesn’t-give-a-shit attitude has just been so cool.
Yeah, he said that about Obama. Not Trump.
Anyway, at least this burned-out loser is doing his part to kill the “White supremacy” Jew meme.