The Progressive Movement, Reimagined

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Quentin Tarantino – Progressive Poster Child

Writer/Director Quentin Tarantino glorifies senseless violence
and racism and is held in high regard by Hollywood
Progressives who decry firearm violence and racism.
When Quentin Tarantino, famous Hollywood liberal, wrote the film Django Unchained, he included the word “nigger” liberally in the lines that he prepared for both the white and black actors.

“Tarantino is almost fifty years old now and he hasn’t really had a hit like Pulp Fiction since Pulp Fiction so in his new movie, starring Jamie Foxx – who is black – uses the word “nigger” over 100 times and throws in some lines about killing white people.”

I have no intention of spending time or money viewing his film, so I have to take the Hollywood Reporter’s word for the fact that nearly every other word out of actor Jamie Foxx’s filthy sewer mouth was, “nigger.” However, it wasn’t black Foxx that wrote the script. It was white man Tarantino.
I don’t personally care that the ‘inflammatory word’ is used or unused in a movie. I’m not offended by its use. Then again, I don’t belong to a racial group where it applies.  I frankly don’t use the terms and they don’t matter to me. But progressives care a lot about these things, which is why they feel that they should glorify firearms violence and racism in movies – and by so doing, to promote firearms violence and racism. If the logic escapes you, chalk it up to the Progressive Movement Reimagined.
Tarantino responds to violence and racism in his politically and progressively correct film, Django Unchained. Note his willingness to share his philosophical high ground and erudite underpinnings for his production.

Dictionary photo accompanying
the definition.

The word “cur” comes to mind.

Definition: cur – a cowardly and despicable person (kûr) – a person who shows fear or timidity.
Modern usage syn·on·y·mous with “progressive” or “Obama liberal”.

12 thoughts on “The Progressive Movement, Reimagined

  1. He is a "shock jock" in Hollywood, trying desperately to revive his career, not caring who he hurts in the process.

  2. "In an interview with Charlie Rose, Quentin Tarantino stated he was not sure what religion he believed in, but stated he believed in God, partly because he believes in God-given talent and he feels because writing is so easy for him, he is helped by a higher power." (Wikipedia)

    Tarantino blames God for the crap that he puts out.

  3. I look at the first pic and can't help but think "Pull it… pull it… pull it".

    Probably shouldn't, but I do.

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