Samuel L. Jackson Has Figured Out How To Avoid The Django Unchained “N-Word” Controversy

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Quinton Tarrentino’s movie “Django Unchained” has stirred controversy over its frequent and pronounced use of the N-word. One of the stars of the movie, Samuel L. Jackson, has hit on a pretty novel way to address the issue. In an interview with a Houston reporter he positively makes the poor guy squirm. Here’s the text, the video is below.

Reporter: “There’s been a lot of controversy surrounding the usage of the n-word in this movie,”

Jackson “‘No’? ‘Nobody’? ‘None’? The word would be..?”

Reporter: “I don’t want to say it,”

Jackson “Why not?”

Reporter: “I don’t like to say it,”

Jackson: “Have you ever said it?”

Reporter: “No sir.”

Jackson: “Try it, try it… We’re not going to have this conversation unless you say it.

{pause}

Jackson: Do you want to move on to another question?”

Reporter: “Yes”

Video via BrietbartTV

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  • EricSteel

    SLJ was baiting the reporter into saying it, so that he could then jump into faux outrage over a white guy using the word.

  • retired.military

    I like him as an actor. If he has something to say about acting I might be interested. Other than that I could care less what he had to say about anything.

  • herddog505

    If anybody ever wondered about the purpose and practical effect of NewSpeak, wonder no more.

    However, I’d say that EricSteel is right: this was a set-up. Given the controversy that lefties and MiniTru (BIRM) ginned up over “macaca” (doesn’t anybody actually know what that word means???), can you imagine the field day they’d have over a white guy saying “n*gger” to Samuel L. Jackson? Hell, as we saw a couple of years ago, nobody actually has to SAY it; one merely has to get some black member of Congress to claim that he THINKS that he heard it.

    I mean, unless it came out of the mouth of Robert KKK Byrd…

    • Commander_Chico

      “Macaca” means “monkey” in Spanish, like macaque.

      Reporter had no balls.

  • Cordis_Die

    Nigger! There I said it. This society has become so politically correct that the niggers have backed everybody into a corner and are laughing their asses off over it. They fucking own you and your speech. So much for the 1st amendment. Bah. Spineless weenies.

  • Numb3rTech

    Afer SLJ tweeted that he would like to see a lot of people killed by a hurricane in Florida, I have refused to believe anything he says or see his movies. I used to like him and think a lot of him until then.

  • Jack Zimms

    Both Jackson and the reporter showed themselves as cowards.

  • http://twitter.com/jinx_mchue Severe Conservative

    It’s a word. It has as much power as you let it have. If actors in a movie can use it multiple times, then a reporter in an interview can use it once.

  • mikegiles

    Okay, reality check. Exactly how do you think they referred to black people in that era – and for much of the history of the US. Stop pretending the past doesn’t exist!

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