Liam Neeson – Social Justice Warriors Wrongfully Label Him Racist For A Comment He Made Decades Ago

Liam Neeson states “I am not a racist”

Football legend John Barnes told Sky News he thought actor Liam Neeson “deserves a medal” for his honesty about once having violent thoughts about killing a black person.

The former England player spoke out in defence for Liam Neeson, who  made the admission in an interview as he spoke about his reaction after a female friend was raped several years ago.

Neeson, 66, said that after the attack he armed himself with a cosh weapon on the streets, hoping someone “would have a go” at him so he could kill them, but said he quickly felt ashamed by his behaviour.

Barnes, who suffered racist abuse during his football career, told Sky News he respected Neeson for telling the truth about his feelings, and that “we are all unconscious racists.”

He said that Liam Neeson was talking about the subject of revenge, explaining why “revenge doesn’t do anyone any good”, and that the Hollywood star cannot be blamed for his thoughts at the time because “this is what society has shown him, that black people do, Muslims do – this is what society has wrongly shown him, this is what the media have wrongly portrayed to him”.

“He went on to say he was ashamed and horrified by the way he felt,” Barnes said. “He’s not ashamed and horrified at wanting to commit the act of revenge, he’s ashamed and horrified because that is what he thought about all black people.”

Barnes said the interview needed to be heard in context.

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