American traitor (2021)  American
Traitor -
The trial of "Axis

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This movie has Al Pacino in a powerful role as he is called upon to
defend an Irish spirit from America, who having lived in Germany in
the years preceding the outbreak of war found herself at the mercy of
the Gestapo and had to do some duties she was ordered to, in what
was referred to a
s propaganda but was mainly some radio broadcasts
aimed at American families and servicemen, trying to soft peddle
what the Nazi regime was involved in, trying to make it seem as
nothing the Americans couldn't be part of as seeming German too in
all of what was going on ultimately. That's naive. That said, its nothing
anyone of age couldn't see through or recognize her difficult position
as a captive in actuality in Germany at that time, refused permission
to leave, and under threat of punishment which could be severe if she
was to disobey as she was after all a citizen of a country Germany
was at war with and so a prisoner ultimately, the truth be told.

She is brought to trial for her very life in an America that Al Pacino as
her lawyer describes as a lynch mob set upon a woman who had
acted only out of self preservation instincts, and the taking of her life
under the circumstances should hardly be anything a voice of any
conscience could call for fer crissakes all things considered.

The prosecution makes an inane assertion that to have been in fear
for her life
at the time is not a valid defence unless she was to actually
suffer the consequences WTF!!!! Seems like anything goes in place of
reasoned common sense nowadays on true fairness being engaged in
matters of conscience it would appear, as this seems somehow all too
often to have lost its appeal in gaining any excitement for the
lynch mob mentality assembled in the courtroom against a woman of
her spirit on this planet in what is the current climate of hate
propaganda using such ideas as "white privilege" for excuses to be
harsh and unfair as we find the outcome here too ultimately
although her life is spared thanks to the great conscience
engagement brought about by the usual brilliant oratory of Al Pacino
once more (remember him equally brilliant in the decades earlier
movie "And justice for all"

The prosecution does suggest that Germanic women of her spirit were
somehow engaged in a quest of
an ambitious nature in what support
they gave the men of Germany in all the war effort, forgetting that
these women and their men had been drawn into this war through the
harshest possible (impossible) terms they laboured under with the
treaty of Versailles, which all countries involved had knowingly
imposed onto Germany people knowing they were untenable and
couldn't be viewed rationally as anything but a device to force
Germany into war.

That said, there was madness engaged in what became the German
reaction as they failed to see that the freak minds that were leading -
Hitler/Himmler etc were not of the German spirit such a woman as is
on trial here could ever see and anything but alien and oppressive
d cruel and dangerous to what is her own makeup, and as such, the
real enemy to them all was in fact cloaked as their saviours and this
inanity they failed to realize so as to see that they were in fact the very
enemy to their spirit that they were in fact attempting to be free of
ultimately in whatever wars had come before or could have been
envisioned within or involving their communities in their striving to live
in merit - hell - even First Lady Laura Bush describes her husband
George Bush Jnr as being a type one should beware of as a possibly
"chain saw massacre” type one would hardly think such a mind c
lead a nation filled with the spirit of the woman charged as a traitor in
this movie when in fact the real menace was that of the mindset that
was unchristianly bent on cruelty violence and insanity perpetrated
against so many in Europe including Russia etc in what was a
senseless and barbaric mass murder plot on a mad scale, gone amok.
Thank goodness we are to be rid of Hitler now that this becomes clear
god willing Amen.

Michael Rizzo Chessman
(moviesbyrizzo uploads)