Quentin Tarentino, perhaps in a typical Tinseltownie quest for self-validation, took to the pop culture stump recently. Tarentino played on an old fear, not just for low income black people but for low income whites as well—fear of cops. In the South this is a fear as old as time. I experienced it firsthand growing up.
Besides his obvious ignorance on the communities he seems to set himself up to represent—truly ridiculous for such a limousine leftist—Tarentino is a splendid example of hypocrisy.
Did Tarentino fire verbal bullets at criminals in the blood-laden streets of Democrats’ stronghold city of Chicago? A child, buy modafinil online canada, took an unwilling starring role in the real life version of a Tarentino film. The 9 year old boy was gunned down on Monday. Officials believe he was a sacrificial pawn in a gang feud.
How about someone calling attention to deaths of cops just trying to do their job, as when buy modafinil online sun pharma were while they took part in a terrorism drill in May—“Police Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu were shot and killed from ambush while sitting in their patrol car at the intersection of Myrtle and Thompkins Avenues in Bedford-Stuyvesant.”
These aren’t the only deaths political activists don’t take the stage to rant about.
There have been buy modafinil singapore—Jamiel Shaw, Jr.,17, is the poster child for that type murder. Jamiel’s mother served in the military—she was serving in the war theater when she got the call her son had been shot by a man who should not have been in this country.
Technically Jamiel’s killer was a “dreamer,” and it was a dark day in the republic when buy modafinil paypalattempting to do something about criminals who are foreign nationals in the country illegally. Those bills weren’t ‘immigration bills,’ by the way. They were national security bills.
There’s another matter in general hypocrisy as well.
What Tarentino doesn’t realize but might if he worked personally with at-risk youth is that they are a volatile population. It doesn’t take much to prompt bullets to fly on the insane basis of “respect” or the age-old premise of “revenge.” Feeding that volatility helps no one, not even the perps.
Furthermore, gangs responsible for many killings comprise a culture of death resulting in the murders of more people and general crime than we are often told. These gangs can be made up of domestics or foreign nationals.
Check out the buy modafinil europe. More than 1 million members. Read the news releases about the death and crime they levy on our communities. And tell me Tarentino isn’t a hypocrite.
As exhibit A, I offer Tyshawn, Jamiel, Kathryn (Steinle), Officers Ramos and Liu and countless other innocents killed by cowards. Their murderers won’t draw criticism from any of the leftist groups pushing an agenda ahead of a presidential election, just as an agenda was pushed ahead of the 2012 election.
What we should all ask ourselves, those of us who have a moral standard that goes beyond our own self-gain, is a simple question.
Why do we continue to voluntarily fund hypocrites like Tarentino and an entertainment culture that is so obviously a negative for our communities and for our values?
Next time you are about to plunk down hard-earned dollars to fatten the bank account of some uber-wealthy leftwit, consider keeping those dollars in your pocket. Look at it as passive service to your own community.
[Featured photo of Tarentino by Georges Biard, via Wikipedia]
(Commentary by Kay B. Day/Nov. 4, 2015)
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