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Actor Liam Neeson gets into trouble when he utters syllables neither written nor scripted by someone with a brain larger than a walnut. From the Blaze:
“Taken” star Liam Neeson might brandish an assortment of firearms in the movies, but the Hollywood actor is firmly in favor of gun control and believes America has “too many f***ing guns.”"There's too many f***ing overrated, overpaid, undertalented actors out there," sig94 continued. "Especially in Hollywood. I have read that something like 120 thousand? are registered in the Screen Actors Guild - most of them are idiots who couldn't find their asses in the dark with a flashlight and a hot curling iron. And we're supposed to give credence to their cocaine-infused mumbling?"
Neeson made the recent comments while speaking about the recent terror attack against French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
“First off, my thoughts and prayers and my heart are with the deceased, and certainly with all of France, yesterday. I’ve got a lot of dear friends in Paris,” the 62-year-old said actor said,
“There’s too many f***ing guns out there,” Neeson continued. “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 f***ing disgrace,” the actor added. “Every week now we’re picking up a newspaper and seeing, ‘Yet another few kids have been killed in schools.’”"I think it's a f***ing disgrace," sig94 added. "Every week now we're picking up a newspaper and seeing, 'Yet another few dozen women and children are slaughtered or pressed into slavery by Muslim terrorists. We're seeing hundreds of men shot, crucified or their heads cut off and not a single f***ing Hollywood liberal speaks out against it.'"
Neeson, who is known by many for his role as a trigger-happy ex-agent, doesn’t think his views on guns are hypocritical.
“It’s in the movies, you know?” he said, according to Gulf News. “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!’”
Sig94, who is a conservative, retired police officer, thinks that Neeson's views on guns are incredibly hypocritical and that his huge, ego-inflated head is stuck up his ass.
"It's in the movies, you know?" he said according to his blog. "I think media violence may perhaps distract people from their stressful lives for a few moments, but that is merely a temporary over-priced patch. In no way is it a fix. As soon as they get in their cars and drive home, the factors that caused the stress in the first place leap out and grab them by the throat again, Now that they've seen hundreds of mucked up pictures showing how a gun can improve their lot, does it surprise anyone that they're going to go out and go, 'Yeah, let's get a gun!'"
It has been well documented that exposure to media violence desensitizes children and they are far more likely to act out in an aggressive manner than children who do not experience this exposure. The societal consequences of growing to maturity in a violence laden culture apparently escapes the attention of Hollywood elites like Mr. Neeson.
Mr. Neeson's self-centered response indicates his need for release from financial stresses in life and a good swift kick in his tall, skinny ass. Just be careful not to hit him in the teeth.
Speaking of skinny ass kicking:
PARA USA, the firearms company that provided guns for use in the movie “Taken 3,” is cutting all ties with the film’s star, Liam Neeson, after he made a number of fiery anti-gun comments in a recent interview.Read Para's post here.
Not only did PARA USA say that the company “regrets its decision to provide firearms for use in the film,” the gun manufacturer vowed to never again provide firearms for any future films starring Neeson.
“While the film itself is entertaining, comments made by its Irish-born star during press junkets reflect a cultural and factual ignorance that undermines support of the Second Amendment and American liberties,” the company wrote in a Facebook post on Thursday.