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November 19, 2023
Ridley Scott’s Version of the Life of Napoleon
Here's what we have learned about Scott’s false (and quintessentially British) portrayal of The Great One of the 19th Century – and it’s really all that we need to know to give it a big fat "thumbs down" -- sight unseen. * Napoleon the brute who fired cannons at the pyramids, just for fun* Napoleon the fearful tyrant* Napoleon the insatiable warmonger* Napoleon the insecure megalomaniac* Napoleon the P-whipped little weasel controlled by Josephine* Napoleon the temperamental weirdo* Napoleon the blundering general
Ridley Scott should stick to what he is good at -- specifically, directing epic battle scenes set to great music -- and leave the real history to the real historians. And who exactly did the English Knight in rusty chinked armor cast in the role of the insane military leader turned insane ruler of France? None other than Joaquin Phoenix – a real life weirdo best known for his portrayal of the insane and wicked Roman Emperor Commodus in "Gladiator" (2000), and also the off-the-charts insane villain known as “Joker” in the 2019 film by the same name.
History directed by a British Knight, acted out by a quirky fool, as fed through Jewish Hollywood. No thanks.
Some real history:
After crushing the radical Illuminati Left of post-revolutionary France and restoring order out of chaotic tyranny, Napoleon wanted to end the British-led coalition wars against France. But the British – the quintessential British – continued to incite and organize new coalitions against France (7 wars in all between 1792-1815!). It was only after Britain induced / deceived Russia into unilaterally breaking its peace pact with France that hostilities in eastern Europe were reignited. The old monarchies of Europe, led by jealous Britain, simply would not relent until a new King from the House of Bourbon was restored in France. Most significantly – and this is what got the Rothschilds involved in directly financing Britain, Austria and Prussia for the last few coalition wars against France – Napoleon issued what “the usual suspects” to this day still whiningly refer to as “The Infamous Decree.” It was a ban on Jewish money lending – part of Napoleon’s grander scheme to transition the Jews into honest work and assimilate them out of their sense of separatism while converting them into patriotic Frenchmen – much like the righteous Jews of modern-day Iran.
Thousands of miles of roads and canals were completed; the Great Cornice Road was constructed along the French Riviera; mountain roads were constructed across the Alps; harbors were dredged and many ports were expanded. Paris was beautified with boulevards and bridges which awestruck tourists today flock to. The true historical records shows that Napoleon was a man of culture, education, ideals, development and yes, PEACE! Like Hitler, he became a dauntless warrior only when war was forced upon him by the usual suspects -- the British-Rothschild-Illuminati Axis. The eternal “bad guy / crazy tyrant” historical portrayal makes a whole lot more sense now, doesn’t it?