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Watch Rampage Jackson use Django Unchained as a microcosm for race relations in Germany and the US

Watch Rampage Jackson use Django Unchained as a microcosm for race relations in Germany and the US

Seriously guys, +100 to anyone out there that can follow Rampage Jackson’s statement about Django Unchained and not be completely lost at some point.

For those that haven’t seen Quentin Tarantino’s masterpiece, it follows the story of Django, a slave that was purchased by Dr. King Schultz (German guy) in order to assist him with his bounty hunter duties. Schultz is appalled by the practice of slavery (imagine that), and enables Django to get revenge on his former slave masters and assists him in locating his wife — who also speaks German. I’m not going to ruin it for you, but in the end of Schultz is seen as a protagonist, and all is well in the cosmos.

In this interview with GroundandPound TV, Rampage Jackson takes the tale of Django Unchained and applies it to the gamut of race relations in Germany and the US — or at least tries to. Check it out.

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