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Shocker, not: Cop basher Quentin Tarantino is a liar

On October 26th, I told you how Quentin Tarantino participated in an anti-cop rally – a cry against “police terror” which devolved into a raucous, law-enforcement gripe-fest. This event took place just four days after the on-duty murder of a hero NYPD street cop.

Tarantino had fired up the crowd by complaining that cops are too often “murderers.” “When I see murders, I do not stand by . . . I have to call a murder a murder and I have to call the murderers the murderers,” he blathered to a cheering rally-goers.

Quentin Tarantino at anti-cop rally

The NY Post reports that Tarantino is now lying about a claim he had served time in a Los Angeles County jail. I guess in order to give him more “street cred” for his anti-cop antics.

On a recent episode of “Real Time with Bill Maher,” Tarantino recounted it again to claim solidarity with police protesters — that he understands what it means to be frightened of cops. “Back when I was in my 20s and broke, I was a little scared of the cops, all right?” Tarantino told ­Maher. “And oftentimes, I had warrants out on me for traffic stuff that I never took care of and everything . . . I’d get stopped, and I’d have to do eight days in county jail.”

This isn’t the first time Tarantino has told this story. In 1992 he told Paris Voice a version of the same story. “If I had a brush with the law, I think I’d wise up fast,” he said. “I spent eight days in the county jail on traffic warrants once. At first, I thought, ‘Wow, I’m going to pick up some great dialogue in here.’ But then you realize what a waste of time it is. They treat you like an animal, and nobody wants to be treated like an animal.

There multiple versions of his incarceration tale. In some, he did one stint in jail; in others, he has done multiple. One was printed in a 1997 profile of Tim Roth in GQ UK magazine: “Tarantino . . . had worked in a video shop and he had spent eight days in LA County jail for unpaid parking tickets.” In Jeffrey Dawson’s 2000 biography “Quentin Tarantino: The Cinema of Cool,” the writer-director is quoted as saying, “I went to jail about three different times just for warrants on me for moving violations . . . They had warrants on me for three years and eventually I got stopped and they sent me to jail.” In 2009, the British news site Metro.co.uk quoted Tarantino as saying, “I was kind of excited about going to jail the first time and I learned some great dialogue.”

A key story in his “story” is that Tarantino worked at LA’s Video Archives rental store for five years as a budding filmmaker. In the ­Maher appearance, he said he couldn’t pay his traffic tickets because he earned only $10,000 a year.

There’s just one problem: The LA County Sheriff’s Department has no record of the filmmaker ever being in its system. At The Post’s request, the department searched its files back through the 1980s, when Tarantino would have been incarcerated. “A check of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department jail records revealed no evidence that Mr. Tarantino was ever incarcerated in our jail system,” said Capt. Christopher Reed of the Sheriff’s Office.

Tarantino’s agent, lawyer, publicists and Harvey Weinstein, who produced the director’s upcoming movie, “The Hateful Eight” did not respond to any of The Post’s calls or emails. The Post also left voice mails on Tarantino’s personal phone line. No one responded to any of the inquiries.


P.S. Remember to boycott Tarantino’s new movie, The Hateful Eight, which opens on Christmas Day.


It’s war: Largest police union threatens Hollyweirdo Tarantino with “surprise”

Quentin Tarantino at anti-cop rally

Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino, whose movies are saturated with guns and violence, is the foot-fetishist who participated in a #BlackLivesMatter rally against police brutality in New York on October 24, where he indiscriminately called [all] cops “murderers”. (See “Protesters flip off NYPD days after cop slay“)

Since then, the foot fetishist has refused to apologize despite his own father, Tony, speaking out, saying that there are four police officers in his family, one killed and the other, Frank Gucciardi, who was horribly injured and almost died in the line of duty in the Vietnam War protests at Columbia University in 1968. Tony Tarantino said that had his son “pinpointed his comments to a particular abuse situation, or an officer who was out of line, that would have been fine. But not to describe an entire department as killers and murderers.”

Harvey Weinstein, the Democrat producer of Tarantino’s upcoming movie The Hateful Eight, also wants Tarantino to apologize because police groups have called for a boycott of the flick.

Tarantino’s labeling of police as murderers has drawn the ire of unions from the largest police departments in the country, border patrol and other law enforcement organizations.

The war started by Tarantino is now heating up even more.

Ryan Parker and Pamela McClintock report for The Hollywood Reporter, Nov. 5, 2015, that the largest U.S. police union has made a veiled threat at Tarantino, saying they have a “surprise” in store for him.

Jim Pasco, executive director of the D.C.-based Fraternal Order of Police, comprised of more than 330,000 full-time, sworn officers, would not go into any detail about what is being cooked up for the Hollywood director. All Pasco would say is that it would be a “surprise”, but it would not be violent.

Pasco said: “We’ll be opportunistic. Tarantino has made a good living out of violence and surprise. Our offices make a living trying to stop violence, but surprise is not out of the question.”

Pasco said the surprise in question is already “in the works,” and will be in addition to the standing boycott of Tarantino’s films, including his upcoming movie The Hateful Eight.

“Something is in the works, but the element of surprise is the most important element,” says Pasco. “Something could happen anytime between now and [the premiere]. And a lot of it is going to be driven by Tarantino, who is nothing if not predictable. The right time and place will come up and we’ll try to hurt him in the only way that seems to matter to him, and that’s economically.”

When asked if this was a threat, Pasco said no, at least not a physical threat. “Police officers protect people,” he says. “They don’t go out to hurt people.”

Although Tarantino’s movies are full of guns and violence, he oh-so-self-servingly has said he does not believe that violence in movies inspires acts of violence in real life — which is contradicted by scientific studies.

Tarantino is also a hypocrite, being in favor of gun control. Last month, the hypocrite also called the police he despises to report that a stranger had broken into his Los Angeles house, and cops talked the intruder into leaving without incident, TMZ reported.


Remember to boycott this movie, ‘The Hateful Eight’

The Hateful Eight is a movie directed by Quentin Tarantino, scheduled to be released to U.S. movie theaters this Christmas Day.

Tarantino, whose movies are saturated with guns and violence, is the foot-fetishist who participated in an anti-police march on October 24, where he called cops “murderers”. (See “Protesters flip off NYPD days after cop slay“)

Quentin Tarantino at anti-cop rally

Tarantino’s own father is speaking out, saying that many in their family are/were cops, including a cousin of Tarantino, Frank Gucciardi, who almost died in the line of duty in the Vietnam War protests at Columbia University in 1968.

Daily Mail says that the producer of The Hateful Eight, Harvey Weinstein, a Democrat — that’s another reason to boycott the movie! — is said to be absolutely furious at Tarantino for attending the anti-police rally and wants him to apologize because police groups have called for a boycott of the flick.

A source said, “Harvey is desperate to find a solution. He’s angry that Tarantino needlessly created a controversy that has nothing to do with the movie. It’s so pointless and unnecessary. And bad for business.”

The Hateful Eight is set to open on Christmas Day, just in time to qualify for the Academy Awards.

So, mark your December calendars to stay away from this turkey!


Protesters flip off NYPD days after cop slay

It’s a “love train”.

Quentin Tarantino/Photo by Robert Miller - NY Post

Quentin Tarantino/Photo by Robert Miller – NY Post

NY Post: Just four days after the on-duty murder of a hero NYPD street cop, a rally in Washington Square Park against “police terror” devolved Saturday into a raucous, law-enforcement gripe-fest.

Protesters held signs reading “Rise Up! Stop Police Terror!” and “Murder with a badge is still murder.”

“No racist police!” some among the crowd of 300 protesters for the “Rise Up October” chanted, before the rally spilled out of the park and up Fifth Avenue to Times Square.

The NYPD arrested 11 protesters, charging most of them with disorderly conduct, obstructing vehicular traffic and failing to disperse. At least one was charged with resisting arrest.

Director Quentin Tarantino fired up the crowd by complaining that cops are too often “murderers.” “When I see murders, I do not stand by . . . I have to call a murder a murder and I have to call the murderers the murderers,” the “Pulp Fiction” auteur blathered to a cheering rally-goers.

As he spoke, Tarantino held up a blown-up photograph of Justin Smith, an Oklahoma man killed in police custody in 1999 after spitting on cops.

His words came just four days after the Tuesday-night murder of NYPD Officer Randolph Holder, the brave cop who was shot in the forehead while pursuing a gunman on foot through the streets of East Harlem.

Asked about the timing of the rally, Tarantino told The Post, “It’s like this: It’s unfortunate timing, but we’ve flown in all these families to go and tell their stories . . . That cop that was killed, that’s a tragedy, too.

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Activist professor Cornel West told the crowd that the purpose of the rally was still “love” for the victims of cops. “We’re here because we have a deep love for those who have been abused by the police. Don’t get it twisted — this is a love train!” West told the crowd.

Yesterday, NYPD union said they wanted New Yorkers to boycott Quentin Tarantino movies for his views on police. “It’s no surprise that someone who makes a living glorifying crime and violence is a cop-hater, too,” Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association president Patrick Lynch said Sunday in a statement.

That’s a request I can EASILY comply with.


No Conscience: Blacks kill white college student for $10

Four blacks in Wilmington, NC, were on the prowl to hunt down some white person “in a good neighborhood,” convinced that “a good neighborhood” means “there’s money lying around.”

They found that “prosperous” white person, a college student who gave them what he had — $10 and his cell phone.

The black punks took the money, then shot the “prosperous” college student in the head.

Who will sound the alarm when evil like this goes unreported or cleaned up?

Do our black citizens benefit by covering up the truth? I think Bill Cosby would disagree.

Hollywood and the music industry continually spew out a stream of sociopathic monsters, and tell us to call them stars of popular culture. The latest is actor Jamie Foxx who proclaimed on SNL how great it was to star in Quentin Tarantino’s movie, Django, because “I get to kill all the white people in this movie! How great is that?”

And then when some black guys pick out a white kid, thinking surely he’ll have money, and murder him in cold blood, we are not supposed to draw a connection to Foxx or Tarantino?

~ Trail Dust

$10, cell phone and a bullet to head

By Colin Flaherty* for WND, Dec. 20, 2012

(*Colin Flaherty is an award-winning reporter and author of the best-selling book, White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America and how the media ignore it. I’ve read the book and highly recommend it! ~Eowyn)

People who say racial violence is “random” either do not know what the word means, or they are not telling the truth.

The latest “random” attack – that wasn’t random – happened earlier this month in downtown Wilmington, N.C.

Four black people decided they needed some money for marijuana and travel, so they decided to look for a “white person in a good neighborhood (because) they’re bound to have money lying around,” said one of the suspected killers to the Wilmington Star News.

They tried to break into a home but ran away after they discovered someone was there. So they moved to the downtown area, where three of the group followed a woman for several blocks while the fourth trailed in their getaway car.

Such attacks are part of an epidemic of hundreds of cases of black mob violence in more than 80 cities over the last three years, as documented in the book “White Girl Bleed a Lot: The return of racial violence to America and how the media ignore it.”

The woman escaped. And almost, but not quite, dialed 911.

Joshua Proutey was next, sitting nearby in his truck eating a sandwich when this mob found the 20-year-old white college student. They demanded money. He gave them all he had, $10. They took his cell phone.

Then they shot him in the head.

One of the accused, Chris Cromartie, said he wanted money to visit his 3-year old son in New York. Police arrested Cromartie at the Wilmington Coastal Boxing gym.

Cromartie was a “member of the Portia M. Hines Park Project, part of the New Hanover County Blue Ribbon Commission on the Prevention of Youth Violence, and he claimed to be the manager of the gym, a nonprofit club for at-risk youth,” said the Star News.

Another suspect, 17-year old Daniel Henry, admitted to a local TV station that he was part of the crime. But he did not pull the trigger, so he did not deserve a life sentence, he said, dabbing away tears behind the protective glass. “I’m not the tough guy I look like,” he said. “I get stereotyped so much. I don’t want sympathy. I just want justice.”

The local police chief said the attack was random and could have happened to anybody.

That misstates the nature of the attackers and the victims.

See the Big List of black mob violence.

“As a black person it’s always racial,”” said actor Jamie Foxx in a recent interview with the London Daily Mail. “Every single thing in my life is built around race.”

If race had no role in this crime, the chances of four black people randomly gathering and randomly selecting a white person are estimated at 1.7 out of 10,000.

Umar Lee, a St. Louis writer, activist and boxing coach, says police often ignore the racial element of a crime, because it makes their city look bad. But the criminals pay close attention: They seek the defenseless.

“Most of the people who get beat up are vegans, gays, artists, non-violent types,”Lee said. “Many are kids from the suburbs or recent immigrants. People who are not prepared to defend themselves. There are white neighborhoods – blue collar, middle class neighborhoods – where these folks will not go because they know that people there are willing to defend themselves.”

And then there are places like downtown Wilmington.


Here’s a picture of the victim, 19-year-old college student Joshua Proutey:

Josh Proutey

When black Trayvon Martin was killed by half-white George Zimmerman, before details of the killing even became known, Barack Hussein Obama fanned the flames of accusations of racism against Zimmerman by saying “If I had a son, he’d look just like Trayvon.”

Since Obama is half-white, will he say “If I had a son, he’d look just like Joshua Proutey”?

I don’t think so! Why is that?

Oh silly me. It’s only “RAAAACISM” when whites (or half-whites like Zimmerman, or one-quarter whites, or….) kill blacks. But it’s not racism when a gang of blacks specifically targets whites “in a good neighborhood,” robs a white person of $10 and then shoots him in the head FOR NO REASON.

Obama, Jamie Foxx, and all you black racists, you have the blood of Joshua Proutey on your hands.