Anti-Second Amendment Hollyweird libtard Liam Neeson makes another movie with gun violence

Back in January 2015, UK-born actor Liam Neeson proclaimed that ‘America has too many f****** guns.’ From my blog post:

‘There’s just too many [expletive] guns out there,’ said Neeson, who is reputed to have been paid $20 million for the new latest Taken installment. ‘Especially in America. I think the population is like, 320 million? There’s over 300 million guns. Privately owned, in America.’

I think it’s a [expletive] disgrace. Every week now we’re picking up a newspaper and seeing, ‘Yet another few kids have been killed in schools.’

Neeson, a supporter of gun control, is best known as gun-toting father Bryan Mills from the Taken movies.

But he was quick to make the distinction between fiction and reality, and said his movies wouldn’t inspire people to buy and use guns. Growing up watching cowboy movies had not turned him into a killer, he said.

A character like Bryan Mills going out with guns and taking revenge: it’s fantasy. It’s in the movies, you know? I think it can give people a great release from stresses in life and all the rest of it, you know what I mean? It doesn’t mean they’re all going to go out and go, ‘Yeah, let’s get a gun!’

Neeson now stars in another “fantasy” production, a movie called The Commuter due out in mid-January 2018. About the movie, from Wikipedia:

“Michael McCauley (Liam Neeson) is an insurance salesman who is on his daily commute home. A mysterious stranger contacts him, and offers him $100,000 if he identifies a hidden passenger on his train before the last stop. As he works against the clock to solve the puzzle, he realizes he is caught in the midst of a deadly criminal conspiracy and that his life and the lives of his fellow passengers are at risk.”

Neeson’s justification for his “fantasy” work made him worth a cool $85 million.

Another Hollyweird movie I won’t be seeing.

DCG

38 responses to “Anti-Second Amendment Hollyweird libtard Liam Neeson makes another movie with gun violence

  1. This actor’s statements are a perfect example of the word “Hollyweirdo”. His name, face and persona are but a fleeting glimpse of his mimicry/stupidity. I’d rather write a dissertation on a typewriter than watch any of these empty-headed buffoons perform. He knows not what he knows not, a waste of space.

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    • I’ve never seen him, either, but in looking him up it appears he’s a willing tool of his Zio handlers. Michael Hoffman writes about a form of mind control he calls double-mindedness, that’s achieved when the suggestible admirers of a clown with celebrity status like this guy accept the unambiguous contradiction between his being an advocate for vigilante gun violence on the screen and outspoken opponent everywhere else. Gun violence is chicken soup for the soul if Hollywood says it is, you see, but equivalent to gun ownership if the guns are owned by law-abiding Christian patriots.

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  2. Another “distinction between fiction and reality”; actors do not have the intelligence or perspective of the characters they portray. Their fans foolishly admire them for what they pretend to be, and are most often disappointed to see them for what they really are.

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    • Kevin . . . I would add one exception to what you have written when you say “actors do not have the intelligence or perspective of the characters they portray.” I think that is true for the new brand of actors in our country and European countries . . . . but let’s look back in time at John Wayne, Gary Cooper, Clark Gable, Charlton Heston, Gregory Peck, Jimmy Steward, and Clint Eastwood. Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, there are probably many names that I have left out. In the day and age that these men were at their prime, the vast majority of them served in the US Armed Forces, or they did some kind of service to our country relative to the WWII war effort. Those men did not set themselves up to be Albert Einstein’s’ of the world; one’s who are so smart that they should be directing the rest of us what to think, what to do.

      Personally, I just don’t understand why this buffoon has been allowed to linger in the United States, as he has. He has a country, a country that has more than enough problems . . . why not go home to Great Britain and bless them with his knowledge and expertise As in, go home now, fool!

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      • I completely understand what you are saying. All my favorite movies feature most of the same actors you name and more. I would be hard pressed to name a single favorite, but off the top of my head I will name Charton Heston in possibly the greatest movie “Ben Hur”. Still I am an old western buff.

        Yet I think we must consider that even in the true “glamour days” of hollywood, can any truly say they knew nothing of the abuses that went on behind the scene. I can remember movie scenes where the “casting couch” was part of the movie script. I can’t help but wonder, do any have untarnished halos?

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  3. I guess that make him a “whore”, no? If he’s so “passionate” about his hatred of guns and the general population being capable of defending themselves, he should do the right thing and donate his earnings to the gun grabbers or something.

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  4. “Every week now we’re picking up a newspaper and seeing, ‘Yet another few kids have been killed in schools.’”
    Show your work,Liam-show us when it’s EVER been that bad. I KNOW-you’re an “actor”,so you over-state the not-so-obvious.
    lophatt-“he should do the right thing and donate his earnings to the gun grabbers or something.”
    OR show some INTEGRITY,and refuse to perform in ANY movies that glorify wanton gun violence.(Yeah-THAT could happen….sarc)

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    • I like that idea better. He should quit film all together and enter a convent. He should spend the rest of his miserable life repenting of his “male privilege” and “Toxic Masculinity”.

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      • Have you noticed that most NORMAL Women tend to prefer the “toxic masculinity” over the “passive femininity” the Left wants their “pajama-boys” to have? Or is this just a regional thing?

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        • There’s a term for it, “chicks with dicks”. That’s what some of those “cow” girls want. I’m talking about the ones with the hoops in their noses, you know, like “cows”.

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    • truck . . . . there is not even a snowballs chance in Hell that he is going to give up ANY MONEY STREAM coming his way. He will scarf up the money on the one hand, but rail to the Heavens about people who invoke their 2nd Amendment rights! You cannot win with anyone who is as basically dishonest as he is. Hopefully, in a few more years, he will have passed his prime as an actor . . . then perhaps he will return to his native land. I can only hope so! It definitely cannot come too soon.

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  5. I like him as an actor, but he really pisses me off with his two faced Mumbo jumbo. We haven’t gone to one of his movies for a long time now for this reason. He feelings must go back a long way since he lived with Helen Mirren for five years and she is another flaming anti gun hypocrite.
    It is a shame we are losing to much talent to radical lefist ideology.

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  6. Is there anyone in the world who would deny that TV and Hollywood have normalized violence and desensitized generations of our children to violence?
    BTW: I’m a Second Amendment advocate and CC.

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    • And yet,in THEIR culture,won’t let their kids play with toy guns,point their fingers in a gun-like fashion or even eat their bread into a shape that remotely resembles a gun shape. (Coincidentally,the same shape can be read to represent “Loser”.)

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  7. We can’t keep guns away from crazy people any better than we can keep crazy people out of acting.

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  8. to quote Bugs Bunny
    “What a Maroon”

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  9. “….his movies don’t inspire people to buy and use guns.”

    Paging the advertising industry, don’t bother with your silly 30 second commercials, They don’t work! That’s according to smart actor monkey in California, Mexica.

    Said no one ever.

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  10. Probably has a half dozen armed security guards to keep him safe in his walled estate. Fuck him.

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    • Wouldn’t you like to be his neighbor? I saw a sign once where a next door neighbor put up a sign that said “My neighbor (with an arrow pointing to his place) will not own a gun. I on the other hand have several. If you decide to rob him I’ll respect his wishes.”

      My house has a sign that reads: “I have a gun……and a backhoe”.

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  11. I would like to ask Mr. Neeson, and all the others who think that Hollyweird’s addiction to blood guts and gore, this question. Many years ago I attended a seminar that was emphasizing how to have a positive attitude. I think it was during the time that “The Power of Positive Thinking” was the current mantra of the business world. One of the things we were told was to put positive notes all over the house, the car, and our cubicle’s at work. This way we would be continually inundated with positive messages. QUESTION: So if Hollyweird is putting out a barrage of movies and television shows that are constantly glorifying violence by shooting people with a gun, would that not affect a persons perception, especially younger people, that gun violence is OK? Just like being reminded of positive messages uplifts the Spirit and calms the soul. Please Mr. Neeson, answer my question.

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  12. I read somewhere a while back that Liam Neeson was in the process of converting to islam, does anyone know if this is true? If it is it would kinda explain what a shitbird he is.

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  13. From Wikipedia: In June 2012, Neeson’s publicist denied reports that Neeson was converting to Islam. However, the actor has expressed an affection for the Adhan, the Islamic call to prayer, that he grew accustomed to while filming Taken 2 in Istanbul: “By the third week, it was like I couldn’t live without it. It really became hypnotic and very moving for me in a very special way. Very beautiful.”

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