A very interesting post from http://www.thepoliticalcesspool.org/ about the movie "DJANGO UNCHAINED" which was previously posted. This follows this post about Ashley Judd's Senate run. This follows this post about a race hoax at U.T. Austin. This follows this post about Emmit Till. In the meantime, you can read a very interesting book HERE.
Django Unchained is coming soon to a theater near you
We all know that Germans and White Southerners are the two types of people in this world who are hated above all others.
We are especially hated by Hollywood.
A couple of years ago, director Quentin Tarantino made a movie called Inglourious Basterds. The film was set in WWII France and features the sadistic butchering of scores of Germans by a character named “The Bear Jew,” and his friends. The climatic scene of the film shows a theater full of Germans burning alive.
Inglourious Basterds was nominated for eight Academy Awards in 2009, winning one.
Interestingly enough, actor Eli Roth, who plays “Bear Jew,” has publicly denounced our radio program. See his comments here.
Now that the Germans have once again gotten their comeuppance from Hollywood, it’s time for White Southerners to take another turn.
Another movie from Quentin Tarantino is coming soon to a theater near you!
It’s called Django Unchained and it’s about a slave-turned-bounty hunter who sets out to rescue his wife from the brutal Calvin Candie, a Mississippi plantation owner who seeks to put Django in chains once more.
The release date has been set for Christmas Day, naturally. It stars Leonardo DiCaprio as the evil plantation owner and Jamie Foxx as the righteous slave, Django.
One can only assume that Django will enjoy killing Confederates as much as Bear Jew enjoyed killing Germans.
Like Inglourious Basterds, it is being produced by the Weinstein Company.
Pay special attention from the 1:50 mark to the 2:10 mark. You get to see a White man killed and have his blood splattered onto cotton, with Jamie Foxx as Django stating with pleasure, “Kill White folks and they pay you for it? What’s not to like?”
All in time for Christmas.
Walt Disney, where are you?
HT: Brian in Arkansas
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