Quentin Tarantino: “Slavery Continues In The United States”by Jacky Jasper
Confessions Of A Slave Trader?
Quentin Tarantino may have used the Golden Globes to finally fess up to his Django no-so-Unchained doings. That’s because the awards ceremony is where the filmmaker explained — though slavery has long been abolished, it’s still prevalent in American society. Did we mention Tarantino also made it a point to spill the N-word…again!?!
According to Tarantino, our country’s drug laws are another form of slavery. This while people on the sets of countless Hollywood movies are no where near being strangers to drugs. Don’t believe me.. Ask Meagan Good.
Here’s what Tarantino had to say:
“If you go to Malaysia, there’s sexual slavery going on in places like that, but I’m more concerned about the slavery that is going on in America.
The drug laws that have put so many black males in jail that wouldn’t have existed in the `70s, that is slavery. It is just straight up slavery as far as I’m concerned.”
Is Quentin Tarantino on record saying, blacks can’t make slave movies because they’re too attached to the racist practice? Of course. Don’t believe me.. Ask Spike Lee.