Support Quentin Tarantino for Speaking Out Against Police Brutality

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Target: Quentin Tarantino

Goal: Defend Quentin Tarantino for protesting and speaking out against the police brutality that has claimed dozens of lives this year alone.

Famous director Quentin Tarantino recently attended an anti-police brutality protest in New York and spoke out against the recent wrongs that have been committed by police against unarmed civilians. Now, police unions in New York City, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and New Jersey are calling for a boycott of Tarantino’s films and say the director is a “cop hater.”

At the protest, Tarantino said, “I am here because I am a human being with a conscience. And when I see murder, I cannot stand by and I have to call the murdered the murdered and the murderers the murderers.”

Police took this as Tarantino calling all police murderers, when nowhere in his statement was that said. There has been a new case practically every week where a police officer in the U.S. shoots and kills unarmed civilians. Even when those cases are caught on video and the civilian is shown to have done nothing wrong, or when a police officer is caught in a lie about what happened, these officers often walk free despite the fact that they did in fact murder someone.

Quentin Tarantino’s words are being twisted and police unions are now taking a mafia-like approach in an attempt to tear him down. Defend Tarantino for protesting and speaking out against wrongful police brutality.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Mr. Tarantino,

As a famous director, your words hold a lot of weight. That’s why it’s such a positive thing that you recently attended a protest against police brutality and spoke out against the injustices that are happening to unarmed civilians killed by police across the country, especially black civilians.

This fight is a long road that needs as much support as it can get. That’s why police unions feel so threatened when a person of power such as yourself helps bring a voice to those who are often left out of the conversation. I support your words, and you should be defended against these wrongful attacks where unions are putting words in your mouth.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Gage Skidmore

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4 Comments

  1. This doesnt just happen to blacks. Im so sick of seeing that blacks think theyre the only ones.

    • Wednesday's Childe says:

      Enough with the Straw-man arguments…. no one ever said it’s *ONLY* against African Americans, but it does affect to them to a ridiculously un-proportionate degree. Brutality cuts across all lines, whether it be color/class/faith or wealth; it is NEVER justified. Also: it’s not about painting *all* cops with a broad brush – the bad actors should be weeded out. The police organizations would be better served by leading the way to clean house – not closing ranks and covering for problem officers!

  2. Cops are men and women that sold their souls willing to kill another over a possession being hired by the government which is really a kingdom and to cage men just like society cages monkeys apes lions tigers elephants and all other creatures on earth, they are dumb people only looking for power and control, never educated just like our so called war heroes, really just murderers unless someone is here on our land it’s not defending just provoking, they would get confused very easily because they are uneducated people hungry for power and willing to treat you like you are worthless to make them feel like they aren’t for just that moment, then they go back to not being able to look into the mirror as their image appearance to them isn’t what we see they see themselves differently. When I look into the mirror I see the son of God. And I believe I have a lot of brothers and sisters feeling very close to the same, Quentin can consider himself brother of Christ, a son of God a man of love compassion understanding and a man that sees the light when many others don’t and can lead the blind, he can walk on water as he is rich, he can say and do what he wishes, he’s not looking for a job with a good resume. Now we need the rest of our brothers and sisters to stand behind him, too many for hired gunmen to kill, because you guys may not know but when you are in the darkness, it’s easy to see the light, so he will gain many followers, but he will easily be spotted by evil people. It’s like opening a window for them to come in and it’s very scary. We will see if he starts to look the other way, if so they have made him accept fear by showing him what will happen if he continues, his family his friends, poof, but Quentin if you don’t keep it up and look these guys in the eyes nothing will change for generations and that’s too much pain. May the devil( a fallen angel that chose not to rest in piece but to strike revenge for the good) protect us from the evil, and separate the good from the bad creating heaven. It’s time to let the devil rip.

  3. I lost my 19 year old son, Joshua, on Feb 16, 2006.
    He was found dead in Amsler Park, and I found out,accidentally,that the last person to see him alive was a cop in the park at 1AM.
    I believe he was murdered,but there is no justice for the poor!

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