Hollyweird Proves It Can Still Hit New Lows


To put it mildly, they don’t make westerns like they used to. Once they illustrated honorable values and were suitable for the whole family to watch. Now, Hollywood excretes filth like the upcoming Django Unchained, tastelessly scheduled to open Christmas Day and starring the atrocious Jamie Foxx.

A screening of the film on Tuesday led to reviews that warn of extreme violence and excessive cursing.

‘Quite naturally, given the historical setting, the N-word gets a heavy workout, by whites and blacks alike. But much more forceful is the cruelty dispensed by the Southern whites, both as punishment and whim,’ a review in The Hollywood Reporter says.

When Foxx’s character is asked if he likes his job as a bounty hunter, he gushes:

‘Kill white folks and they pay you for it — What’s not to like?’

No doubt all the self-loathing liberals in the theater will cheer as they did when Foxx delivered a similar line on Saturday Night Live.

The point of this evil trash? To denigrate the South, to encourage whites to hate themselves, to exacerbate the epidemic of black on white violence, to tear the country even further apart, and to make the likes of Quentin Tarantino even richer in the process.

On a tip from Wiggins. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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