Mel Gibson doesn't care if some people won't forgive him for his anti-Semitic remarks.The 'Apocalypto' director - who said "Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world" after being stopped by police for drink driving last July - says if people cannot forgive and forget it's not his problem.He insisted: "I have moved on and some folks won't, and that's not my problem."A lot of people were very understanding and kind. It was a good lesson, and I'm thankful for it. The outcome has been positive out of a lot of negativity."The 'Lethal Weapon' actor is also unhappy with people trying to analyse his beliefs and mental state after the event.He said in an interview with Britain's The Times newspaper: "It's very private and personal. My life has been misrepresented and dragged out in a public manner, with everyone being a dime-store analyst. I don't want to help them in that because they have no ides."I am a work-in-progress, just like the rest of the f***ing human race. If they want to point the finger, they can think about themselves a little first."


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