Mel Gibson's Anti-Semitic Rant Was To Invite Death By Cop?

There are 28 comments on the Celebrity Mound story from Feb 2, 2011, titled Mel Gibson's Anti-Semitic Rant Was To Invite Death By Cop?. In it, Celebrity Mound reports that:

Mel Gibson sought "death by cop" after his wife, Robyn, left him while he was filming "Apocalypto" in 2006, according to Vanity Fair.

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Chief Pilot

Charlotte, NC

#1 Feb 15, 2011
Sounds like a fitting end for a has been.
Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#2 Feb 15, 2011
From The National Inquirer, no doubt. LOL

That story might mean something to me if I was an idiot.
MCCG

Baltimore, MD

#3 Feb 15, 2011
Jean-Claude van Damn-it wrote:
From The National Inquirer, no doubt. LOL
That story might mean something to me if I was an idiot.
He said he didn't even say to that woman what ya looking at Sugar Tits.

I wish Mel Gibson would ask me "what am I looking at Sugar Tits"?

I would answer.. a little piece of Heaven or better yet "my soul mate". Then wink at him. LOL

Mel Gibson does not hate Jews, Jesus is a Jew. He also said that it takes two sides to start a war.

Why don't people get there fingers ut of their ears "to say it nicely" and listen to this man, then to hate this man, and act more stupid/crazy than they think Mel Gibson is or has acted in the past.

Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#4 Feb 15, 2011
MCCG, you and thousands--no millions--of other females. For me, Mel Gibson gave me an index by which I liked to measure others (good looks, honesty, integrity, courage, honor, conviction, genuine emotion, sensitive, faithful, sense of humor, talent). Only bummer is his bad drinking habit and the parasite that he has permanently affixed to his azz.

The world needs positive and good role models.

I think it's fair to allow Mel Gibson to defend himself. He has stated his position publicly. I haven't seen all of his interviews. He may very well hate them (Jews), but he's really talking about behavior. Depending on the degree of betrayal, the damage could be permanent. Jews are not told they can't feel mistrust or hate in their hearts toward German's after the Holocaust. Even so and despite the betrayal I have experienced too, a wrong doesn't justify a wrong.
Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#5 Feb 15, 2011
I hate what I know these people have done to me, to him, and to others. Without reservation!
Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#6 Feb 15, 2011
As far as I know there was no "anti-Semitic rant"?
Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#7 Feb 16, 2011
And, come to think of it, do cops have license to kill if someone asks them what fecking religion they are?!!
Ely

Astrakhan, Russia

#8 Feb 16, 2011
All we celebrate the important events of our life a certain way. Someone with family, someone in a bar or restaurant with friends. This is primarily sedate and dignified, with observance of certain rules. But someone lonely drink to the devils in the eyes , if nobody to stop them. In this sense, some people should be thankful to those who would not let him fall into a ditch or interrupt someone's life because of their weakness and folly.
Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#9 Feb 17, 2011
Ely,

I can tell you are very intelligent and gifted with language, but I'm sorry because I am still experiencing a barrier and I don't understand the point you are trying to make.

Are you suggesting that brutal force or interrupting (ending) someone's life if justified if the subject is drunk and out of control?!!! If so, I do not agree. This may be acceptable in your country, but in mine law enforcement are only to use weapons if/when doing so is absolutely necessary to save/protect lives...NOT when someone is drunk, belligerent, or a nuisance. Asking a cop of he is Catholic, Jew, or Lutheran simply does not qualify as prejudice or justify a death sentence. That is way overboard excessive and insane! Even if it was prejudice, which I do not believe it was, it's NOT ILLEGAL TO HAVE AN OPINION!

(So tired)
MCCG

Baltimore, MD

#10 Feb 17, 2011
Jean-Claude van Damn-it wrote:
MCCG, you and thousands--no millions--of other females. For me, Mel Gibson gave me an index by which I liked to measure others (good looks, honesty, integrity, courage, honor, conviction, genuine emotion, sensitive, faithful, sense of humor, talent). Only bummer is his bad drinking habit and the parasite that he has permanently affixed to his azz.
The world needs positive and good role models.
I think it's fair to allow Mel Gibson to defend himself. He has stated his position publicly. I haven't seen all of his interviews. He may very well hate them (Jews), but he's really talking about behavior. Depending on the degree of betrayal, the damage could be permanent. Jews are not told they can't feel mistrust or hate in their hearts toward German's after the Holocaust. Even so and despite the betrayal I have experienced too, a wrong doesn't justify a wrong.
Mel Gibson may be a goodlooking man, and can act in and make damn good moives, but he is not perfect. No one is, but God.
You can't blame bad behavior just one Mel Gibson. Everyone has acted badly sometime in their life, and a lot of people have done far worse things than Mel Gibson has, and yet no one goes on and on about them, do they? I too have seen his interview where he plainly says it takes tw to start a far, did you not hear that, or do you only hear what you want to hear?
Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#11 Feb 17, 2011
MCCG, No harm intended. Agree. None of us are perfect. I've always said, first put the rest of Hollywood under the same scrutiny and then...and only then...tell me what a "bad" person he is.

I have not seen all of his interviews, but do believe that there are instigators, bullies, and predators, antagonists, sadists. I used to work in law enforcement. So, although the US courts say that regardless of what is instigated or provoked, we are STILL responsible for our own behavior REGARDLESS. That 's hard for many people to accept. Agree?
Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#12 Feb 17, 2011
To answer your question...

Sometimes I block things out. Not on purpose.
Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#13 Feb 17, 2011
Life is so short.

I don't care how much money or status you have or how big and important you are. We all shi.t the same way and we all die the same way. When you die, you take ABSOLUTELY NOTHING with you. You just drop off the face of the earth. All anyone and everyone wants is to live in peace and maybe experience some happiness.

Why don't they just back off and let the man live?

Likely greed. But for what? Some temporary and fleeting pleasure? An Illusion that you are more important or more entitled than others? And when you are 75 years old and you realize that there is absolutely nothing you can bring with you when your time comes, how do you live with yourself then? You ask yourself, "Was it worth it?" "Were the lies worth it"? Was the destruction of lives, the pain it caused you and others, the betrayal, the hardship/s, the hurt or vengeance worth it? Whatever money you acquired by theft or deception--was that also worthwhile? What are you going to do with it when you are dead?!

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#14 Feb 17, 2011
MCCG wrote:
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Mel Gibson may be a goodlooking man, and can act in and make damn good moives, but he is not perfect. No one is, but God.
You can't blame bad behavior just one Mel Gibson. Everyone has acted badly sometime in their life, and a lot of people have done far worse things than Mel Gibson has, and yet no one goes on and on about them, do they? I too have seen his interview where he plainly says it takes tw to start a far, did you not hear that, or do you only hear what you want to hear?
honey what the heck are oyu odig here tlkig ot that degenerated retarded unbale to think straight idiot?
she dot even know what hse htinks herself!
and she dont know a darn sh..it about mel gibson thats for sure.
Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#15 Feb 17, 2011
Notice how the mind gets lost yet the brains never leave the body.
Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#16 Feb 17, 2011
Shush@Olympe.

You adore me and you know it.:)
Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#17 Feb 17, 2011
Let's dissect this...

"Degenerated"? Yes. Profoundly degraded. Newsflash! No-one really gives a hoot.

"Retarded"? Sadly, Yes. Hopeless social retard since early childhood. It's my own shameful fault. I ought be thrown onto an island to live like a diseased leper (no offense). Only those who extort money ought be allowed the privilege of a dignified and secure life. Hail thugs!

"Knows little about Mel Gibson"? Never met him, never will, and I'm not nearly as clever, but I (by far) have more rants in thine pants than thee!:)
Jean-Claude van Damn-it

United States

#18 Feb 17, 2011
I have some anger "issues."

LOL

Since: Feb 10

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#20 Feb 17, 2011
MCCG wrote:
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Mel Gibson may be a goodlooking man, and can act in and make damn good moives, but he is not perfect. No one is, but God.
You can't blame bad behavior just one Mel Gibson. Everyone has acted badly sometime in their life, and a lot of people have done far worse things than Mel Gibson has, and yet no one goes on and on about them, do they? I too have seen his interview where he plainly says it takes tw to start a far, did you not hear that, or do you only hear what you want to hear?
I hate Mel, he is so good looking and so talented! darn! i wish i was too! LOL

Go fc in the fcking Jacuzzi damnet!
i've been there waiting for 3 hours now, and its getting cold!:PPP

bahahaha!

AWW i wish i was amoral and perverse.
Halas! hallas! I am jsut me..
will that do? ;)) hehhee bahhaha!

I alos own 2 screew drivers, one is blue.
You can have mine too, I think you need both.
:p
me bad
I need a shower.
I use yours,a nd then i fix you as soon as i come out ;) MMmmm?

My arse is bigger than both your hands.
wha ti mean to say is that oyu forgot to send me chocolate.

try to follow a woman's mind.
just spring over the chocolate.
no, it wasnt an allegory for her butt.

Control Tower:
- damage control damage control stop what you are doing immediatly!

damage on the work:
- get the fc out of my way or i roll oyu over with the rest!!

Control Tower:- ok, sorry. oops.

bahhah!

Since: Feb 10

Location hidden

#21 Feb 17, 2011
Does someone want to play strip poker or docotr and nurse wiht me? or nurse and patient.
you be veery sick and i come wiht a whip.

Geez! something is wrong.
Maybe i need a new hairdo.

what oyu think?

lol

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