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“I Kill All The Black People In The Movie. How Great Is That?”

foxx foolTwo weeks ago, Oscar-winning actor Jamie Foxx made national headlines when he called President Obama “Our lord and savior.”

While hosting NBC’s Saturday Night Live this weekend, Foxx joked about how in his new film “Django Unchained,” “I kill all the white people in the movie. How great is that?

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I managed to contain my laughter at the oh- so- funny (?), full of himself, Foxx.

But let’s have some cheap  entertainment and make another joke directed at Jamie senseless humor, shall we?

A big, burly, white male, dressed in a hot lime, stain smeared suede jacket and dingy yellow jeans walks on stage.  He’s has a hot Glock dangling from his gnarling, taunt fingers.  He sneers at the SNL camera and utters, “I kill all the black people in the movie. How great is that?!” 

wow! Hysterically, uber funny!! Right?!

Or maybe that white man would be called “racist!!”, fired and brought up on phony, government charges for “offending” black people, never to work again  . . . and by the way, while we slept, it was probably outlawed to say word “black” . . .  unless you’re “black” “African American”.  Yo, bro, da worl’s chang’n.

If you’re a bitter, black Liberal Democrat in America, you can commit the most horrendously, outrageous, rude, racist acts under the sun and get your “Free Obama Pass” from the Dept. of Liberal Defined Come Togetherness, headed by Bend- Over Bennie and his Chicago goons.  This is the new American “change” Barack Hussein Obama promised.

And that is the definition of ‘fairness’ by Leftist hypocrites.  They run around demanding what words people are allowed to speak, and not speak, according to particular political views:  Liberalism.  As they give themselves dispensation and exemption for using the same words.

Foxx isn’t funny and as far as I can tell, and never has been.  It takes no talent to be gross, offensive, racist and make a lot dirty jokes.  It takes talent to be ‘funny’ and not do any of the aforementioned.  Sadly, most of those comedians have now passed away . . .  leaving the unfunny, foul- mouthed leavings of people like Foxx.

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11 comments on ““I Kill All The Black People In The Movie. How Great Is That?”

  1. Mike A
    December 10, 2012

    Is killing all the white people really something that many black people think is great? I hope not, but articles like this make you wonder.

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  2. Creative Metaphor
    December 10, 2012

    I find it to be a rather humorous jab, noteworthy because of its rarity. It isn’t rare to find a movie where a white guy kills all the black people in the movie.

    Yes, it’s a double standard. One which exists for a reason and really isn’t hurting anyone, except people who like to be offended. I don’t find it racist at all, only a rather sad commentary on the fact that it *is* noteworthy. If blacks had never been the victims of violence based solely on the color of their skin then the comment wouldn’t have been nearly as funny, or likely mentioned at all.

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    • RightyPunditry
      December 10, 2012

      I would have to disagree (which should be obvious) due to the hypocrisy of it all. White people (in particular) are demanded to speak, joke, behave in a particular way to appease and/ or not offend a certain segment — while that segment is allowed, if not encourage, to be offensive and racist. That IS hypocrisy by any definition. I believe in MLK’s ‘judge a man by his character, not skin color.’
      White, Asian, Mexican… are all “victims” of racism or bigotry of some sort. None of it right; none should therefore be endorsed through comedy. There’s way too much anti- white sentiment going on the last several years, when we should be concerned with being descent, caring Americans.

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      • Creative Metaphor
        December 10, 2012

        … do you really think “anti-white sentiment” is actually a problem? I mean a real problem? Are people being denied jobs, housing, education, or legal justice because someone made a joke? Did the incarceration rate of white people go up drastically after he made that comment? Did a black person shoot an innocent white guy because he didn’t turn down the music in his car and he felt “threatened”? Did Hollywood suddenly scrap hundreds of white-male-lead movies and put white actors out of work?

        I’m not hurt by it – *no one* was hurt by it. I’m not even offended by it. Some people may have been, and I find that sad. I find it humorously ironic. I even find it a little bit uplifting that we’ve gotten to a point in this country where he can not only make the film, but make the comment without fear of violent reprisal for it.

        So yep. It’s a double standard. I’m all for it when it’s as harmless as this.

        You let me know when a black dude goes out and starts killing all the white dudes in his neighborhood because he was inspired by this movie and maybe I’ll take back my laughter.

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      • Sembawang Bolo
        December 11, 2012

        … do you really think “anti-white sentiment” is actually a problem? I mean a real problem?

        Why, no! Of course not! Afterall, we’re only talking about WHITE people here. Who cares about them anyway?

        I’m not hurt by it – *no one* was hurt by it. I’m not even offended by it. Some people may have been, and I find that sad. I find it humorously ironic. I even find it a little bit uplifting that we’ve gotten to a point in this country where he can not only make the film, but make the comment without fear of violent reprisal for it.

        Well good for you. It’s nice to know that there are still some hard-hearted people out there with a sick sense of humor looking for irony in all the wrong places. Yes, I imagine you would find this sort of thing “uplifting”. We should be SO proud that the country has gotten to a glorious point where black people can be open and candid about their racial hatred towards white people. That’s a GOOD thing. But have we got to the point where a white person in black face can imitate Jamie Fox without violent reprisal? Maybe equality still has a ways to go.

        So yep. It’s a double standard. I’m all for it when it’s as harmless as this.

        There’s no such thing as a “harmless” double standard.

        You let me know when a black dude goes out and starts killing all the white dudes in his neighborhood because he was inspired by this movie and maybe I’ll take back my laughter.

        Will do, except they’re already killing white dudes, as well as each other, without the inspiration of the movie. This is good news for you that you can keep on laughing.

        Maybe step out of your brown, rectal portal sometime and spend a weekend on the west or south side of Chicago to see what really “inspires” them to kill.

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      • Creative Metaphor
        December 11, 2012

        All black people reduced to a “them”.

        Yep, you’re not blinded by prejudice or anything.

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  3. RightyPunditry
    December 10, 2012

    Yes, it is — because it’s divisive, just as any and all “anti” skin tone is. Black’s aren’t being denied jobs, housing, education (except for how poor it is for ALL American kids) or justice. The nation has bent over backassward for decades to do otherwise.
    If the “incarceration” of blacks has gone up – would that not be THEIR responsible. Aren’t we all held accountable for our deeds? Don’t make up statistics to attempt to make a point… evil is evil, wrong is wrong… just as the 4 white people who were murdered / butchered in Florida because they were white, only a couple of years ago. Just as Zimmerman has been demonized because he was forced to defend himself. Skin tone is supposed to be irrelevant, is it not?!. Hollywood is Hollywood is Hollywood. Fools making movies.

    “Reprisal” – and the SAME should be offered to ALL people in this country… correct? So why are some ‘white’ people fired for their jokes about “nappy headed” comments? Hypocrisy Which IS the point..

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    • Creative Metaphor
      December 11, 2012

      …forced to defend himself against an unarmed teen he *chose* to follow against police advice?? So it’s okay to murder a black teen who was doing absolutely nothing but walking home from the store so long as you can claim ‘self defense’, even if you only had to defend yourself against the person you stalked and attacked!? And it upsets you he’s demonized for committing cold blooded murder.

      Didn’t Travon Martin have the right to defend himself against the self-appointed vigilante with the gun who is following him and threatening him!? If someone was following me with a gun and trying to stop me, for any reason, you bet I’d resist! I’d hope that if I get murdered for it that my murderer isn’t given a free pass with some bogus claim of ‘self defense’.

      You are seriously off the deep end.

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      • RightyPunditry
        December 12, 2012

        And what law did Zimmerman break? Illegal walking? He was and had been, PROTECTING/ WATCHING OUT for HIS neighbor. We have Watch Groups in our who do the same thing.
        There was NO “murder” – self defense isn’t illegal and in fact, follows Florida law, so thus far you have no case. Zimmerman was proven to be severally beaten; Martin had no marks on his dead bodily. Your problem is bigotry against non- blacks, or so you make it sound.
        No, Martin had NO RIGHTS to walk up to a man, assault him, beat him up for NO reason! You should become enlightened regarding the facts — instead of the lies Jesse Jackson and other fools like him repeat. Zimmerman never attacked anyone, according to facts and eyewitness accounts!

        What a pathetic foolish comment — Zimmerman never pulled a gun on the young man, acting like a PUNK. Your ignorance is amazing and obviously self enduced. Shame on you and all others who push a lie over facts, all to protect a punk.

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  4. Sembawang Bolo
    December 12, 2012

    All black people reduced to a “them”.

    Yep, you’re not blinded by prejudice or anything.

    Being that you’re the only one in the room making this point, I would have to say of course not! If I were I’d be like you seeing racism imprinted on the inside of my eye lids!

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  5. RightyPunditry
    December 12, 2012

    1. As I said, you’re uniformed CM – there was at least ONE witness who spoke to police.
    2. You don’t “defend” yourself when a man walk and not causing you any physical harm. Zimmerman was “attacked” by Martin.
    3. “healing” WOUNDS from an UNPROVOKED ATTACK ARE STILL WOUNDS FROM AN ATTACK.
    4. TM brought the “death sentence” on by HIS OWN ACTIONS. He shouldn’t have attacked a man doing him no harm. He was a jerk, a coward, expelled from school for bad behavior, acting like a punk and got killed.

    And I’ve DELETED your comment for vulgarity.

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