Liam Neeson and the racist anecdote that will kill his career

Picture: Reza Vaziri - Liam Neeson at the world premiere of “Seraphim Falls” at Toronto International Film Festival 2006.

Liam Neeson confessed to The Independent that many years ago he walked the streets during weeks looking for a “black bastard” to approach him so he could kill him, days after one of his friends was raped.

Liam explained he “regrets” doing what he thinks it was “a need for revenge,” and admitted that he is now “ashamed” of his past “awful” behavior.

I walked the streets with a cosh, hoping I’d be approached by a “black bastard” so that I could kill him’

But what Neeson didn’t say in the interview is that he was not looking for an act of awful indiscriminate revenge, he was attempting to commit a racist murder.

The question that everyone should make before this disgusting “anecdote” is: Would he have reacted the same way if his friend was raped by a white male?


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