Do you think we'll ever live to see the day when civil organizations are established in order to protect the rights of the undead? Will there ever been a global rally to grant the undead the same rights as normal humans? Sure the creators of True Blood lightly dabbled in the concept of equal rights for vampires -- but what about zombies? Those things are undead too. Could society ever get to the point in which our government quarantines a part of the city for zombies to mindlessly roam around? Perhaps it will get to that point. In fact, I don't doubt that it won't. However, at the heart of every quarantine is just another variation of segregation. The true question I'm trying to ask is can you see a future in which your little girl can sit next to a little zombie boy in elementary class and have a fruitful, lifelong relationship?
That's heavy stuff to think about on a lazy Saturday. It's apparent Cheick Kongo wants none of this 'equal rights for the undead' nonsense. The dude is dressed head-to-toe in regalia that will tremendously increase his silver bullet firing accuracy. Just the hat Kongo is wearing in this interview with Germany's Ground and Pound TV adds 20 points to his treasure hunting skill tree. It's clear that Cheick Kongo is the closest thing the world has to Van Helsing, so it's about time we all just accept it as a part of our reality and watch the video below in peace.