Welcome to THEJNSREPORT’S: Liam Neesen Admission Impression
So over the past week or so the mainstream news and social media has been buzzing over the remarks actor Liam Neesen made about wanting to randomly kill a “black bastard” out of revenge for the alleged rape of a female friend of his many years ago. Hearing some immediate reactions was interesting. He was immediately denounced by many while others made excuses and thought it refreshing to hear his brutally honest confession of wanting to commit premeditated murder.
My impression is that Liam Neesen is no different than most Caucasian men who’ve held that same mindset and heart full of hatred for people of color throughout the history of the world. America has always been the place where excuses for killing any person of color are made and easily justified in the minds of Caucasian people. It’s considered a normal emotion to have for them when a crime is alleged but even more so when the alleged crime is that of the rape of a Caucasian female.
Neesen’s statements probably took many by surprise in that prior to his confession we’d never heard any remarks from him that would signal he had those feelings. Some would argue no matter what the ethnicity of the alleged rapist his statement probably would be the same in that he’d be looking for a week to get into a confrontation where he’d feel justified in murdering a random person of whatever ethnic group was alleged to have committed the rape against his friend.
His confession came during an interview to promote another of his films when asked how he got into the character he plays in his latest movie. Here’s why what he said should rightfully be condemned even though he didn’t succeed in killing some random “black bastard” as far as we know. If this were say Denzel Washington or Forest Whitaker confessing to going out for a week with a deadly weapon looking to have an encounter with a random Caucasian male just so he could kill that person who had nothing to do with the rape of a female friend who happens to be a woman of color, the entire entertainment industry would condemn them and probably call for the boycott of any film project they were promoting if not openly “blackball” them.
How long ago this action took place would be irrelevant. Denials of any roles going forward would almost certainly ensue as movie studios and producers would seek to distance themselves from them. My question is why did he come to the conclusion that the murder of a random person of color would solve anything? Think about it, that’s been the history of America. A woman claims a “black man” raped her or whistled at her or looked at her in a certain way and it immediately means they must be killed in the minds of Caucasian men. This view is shared in mass by the majority of Caucasian men which has then led to the mob lynching of many innocent men of color for no other reason than the color of their skin and not their guilt or innocence proven beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.
How many souls of our brothers, fathers, grandfathers, cousins, uncles, nephews, and sons have met a gruesome and untimely end at the hands of blind racist vigilantes with no respect for human life or the rule of law except when it’s in their favor? How much blood shed has there been due to the lying mouths of many an unfaithful woman who immediately conjure up the image of some fictitious “black man” as the perpetrator of a crime that may or may not have taken place simply to avoid the truth. This isn’t to say that Liam Neesen’s friend couldn’t be telling the truth but too often in history we’ve heard a Caucasian female cry rape to hide her infidelities and her lover be another Caucasian male.
Roles reversed how many stories have we heard of Caucasian men raping women of color as well as men of color? How many times have we seen or heard about men of color then going out in large mobs seeking to find any random “white man” or “white woman” they can to lynch, torture, burn, or castrate in response to those atrocities? That is an amazingly irrational thought process. I think Mr. Neesen would have been better served to just keep his mouth shut and say something like “trade secret”.