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Inglourious Basterds – new movie by Quentin Tarantino

Inglourious BasterdsThe story of this great new movie by Quentin Tarantino is all about revenge and fear. A small group of Jewish-American soldiers led by Lt. Aldo Raine or Aldo the Apache (Brad Pitt), are chosen to scalp and brutally kill the Nazis. This small group is known as “Inglorious bustards” or simply The Bustards. The Bustards are operating in the occupied France and their main mission is to spread a fear amongst the Germans.
Of course once again this is not an original work by Quentin Tarantino but a remake of the “That damned armored train” directed by Enzo G. Castellari. Quel maledetto treno blindato was the movie original Italian name. In USA this movie was marketed under the name of Inglorious Bastards.

Brad Pitt

In the 2009, Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Bustards meet a French Jew teenage girl who runs a movie theater in Paris and the real story begins.
It is obvious that Hollywood just can not forget the World War II and it continue with the practice to alter the history. This stories in which all Germans are bad are just for the ignorant audience who did not read at least one decent history book. It was the same with the movie “Saving Private Ryan” and now is the “Inglourious Basterds”.

Inglourious Basterds 2009
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Now the story is that Jewish soldiers were in the Nazi occupied Europe to kill and fight Germans forces before the D-Day. For everybody who knows some of the World War II history the whole movie and the story is a bunch of crap. The allies start to fight on the western front on the D-Day and all attempts before were just a failures.
Actually the German forces were sent to France on the vacation from the other REAL fronts like Russia and Balkans. The only dangers in France for the Germans were highly experienced French girls and diseases spread by them, which makes France the only nation which was practicing a biological warfare during the WW II.

World War II German Joke:

Q: What is the smallest book in the world?
A: A French heroic poetry book.

For WC News from Los Angeles,
Emily Fresco