James Bond, Quantum of Solace & Tobacco Advertising in Films: "Everything he touches withers and dies" / Dominic Greene Not the Real Villain
"Everything he touches withers and dies." (Dominic Greene cited at Memorable quotes for Quantum of Solace (2008 ), The Internet Movie Database)
The economy in Iceland? The female breast? The human lung? Yes, everything.
Dominic Greene (Mathieu Amalric) is the sharp-dressing man who goes around snapping up natural resources around the world, and then creating shortages.
Of course, we're on to something. It sounds just like the oil racket (covered here). And it will come as no surprise to discover that:
SLEEPLESS BROWN EYES
"In fact, his most vivid memory of the shoot was running into technicians in the editing suite who were working on Roman Polanski's Frantic, which was being filmed a few streets away. He admits he was 'fascinated' by Polanski at the time. He has been told that he looks like him and there is a clear resemblance - the same sleepless brown eyes, the same fluid mouth and an attractiveness that stops short of being uncomplicatedly good-looking. But there was a family connection too: Amalric's maternal grandparents came from the same Polish village as Polanski. They were Jewish and moved to France with Amalric's mother at the outbreak of the Second World War (Amalric also appears in Un secret, a Second World War drama about a Jewish family)." (Elizabeth Day, The intellectual villain, Observer, 11 May 2008 ) (emphasis added)
Consider the Jewish tobacco industry:
"Cigarette companies continue to target women using themes in advertising that associate smoking with independence, stylishness, weight control, sophistication and power." (Tobacco Industry's Targeting of Youth, Minorities and Women, American Heart Association)
They tell women: Hey, you want to be independent, just try our smokes. Slender and powerful, hey, just buy our products.
AN EFFECTIVE WAY TO GET REALLY SKINNY
And they are telling the truth. People can get really skinny as they waste away from cancer!
WHEN JEWS FIGHT AMONGST THEMSELVES
"More than 178,000 women die every year from smoking-related diseases. Smoking among girls and young women increased dramatically during the 1990s. From 1991 to 1999, smoking among high school girls increased from 27 to 34.9 percent. Lung cancer has become the leading cause of cancer death among women, having increased by nearly 400 percent in the past 20 years." (id.) (emphasis added)
The film Quantum of Solace tells the story of a power struggle between Mr. Greene and the alcoholic smoker James Bond. In spite of James' pattern of substance abuse, he can drive fast on very challenging roads, get off a lot of gunshots out the window, and still survive.
EXCLUSIVE VIDEO OF EXTRAORDINARY RENDITION
He drives into Siena, a charming town in northern Italy, and finds his way to an MI6 safehouse. Bond opens the back of the auto, and we get to see his precious cargo -- a prisoner with his hands bound. After a roller-coaster ride, the prisoner had been terrorized.
But was lead into an underground dungeon and secured to a chair.
For years, "intelligence" services have been engaged in "extraordinary renditions", but for some reason never provided video documentation.
But now its out.
MIRANDA RIGHTS IN A SECRET PRISON
In the dungeon, the Jewish grab team advised the prisoner of his rights: He could answer their question right away, or take his time and experience great pain.
BUY THEIR WAY IN, TAKE OVER, AND INSTITUTE SLAVERY
Bond got no satisfaction in the torture chamber, but figured out soon enough that Mr. Greene and his backers were involved in a scheme to monopolize the water supply in Bolivia, and get the entire nation locked down in bondage to his group -- a mysterious, international organization that "nobody had heard of" but had the power to overthrow the government of Bolivia and then get 35 to 40 countries to recognize the new government straight away.
CLUELESS INTEL CHIEF
"Who the hell is this organisation Bond? How can they be everywhere and we know nothing about them!" (M cited at Memorable quotes for
Quantum of Solace (2008 ), The Internet Movie Database)
BUT ANY REASONABLY-INFORMED PERSON KNOWS RIGHT AWAY
What shadowy international organization has such great international power? Some would say, Ah, its got to be the Catholic church. Well, they have some power, and an international presence, but generally operate in the open. Which leaves us with? No other power than international Jewry.
MARCH OF DEATH
James Bond, also known as "Daniel Craig (everyone's favorite non-Jewish Jew)" (Uriel Heilman, Tough Jews, The Telegraph, 23 October 2008 ), has a habit of killing all his enemies in the film.
But you might say, Please, this is just a film. Its good entertainment. You go in an relax for an hour or two, and then you get back to reality.
But you'd be wrong.
THE REAL STORY
This is reality.
This film brings it all together. The scheming to take over countries. Getting the door open with money. And then moving in with tobacco. Like they did in Iceland.
GIVING THE YOUTH A ROLL MODEL
Bond drinks constantly throughout the film. At one point, it is implied that he is drunk after drinking six of his signature martinis.
We see many characters drinking beers, wines, and other alcoholic beverages frequently throughout the film.
PRODUCT LIFECYCLE/CONSUMER LIFECYCLE
As old smokers die off at the end of a profitable life (for the tobacco industry), new smokers come into the business. About 390 000 per year in the United States alone. (Benjamin Alamar and Stanton A. Glantz, Tobacco Industry Profits From Smoking Images in the Movies, PEDIATRICS Vol. 117 No. 4 April 2006, pp. 1462 (doi:10.1542/peds.2005-3088)) While the cigarettes generally contain flavorings -- often sugar -- to make them taste good for the youth, there's a lot of educational material out there to warn children.
"YOUTH, TIME TO LEARN TO SMOKE!"What to do?
Why not tell the youth that if they want to be really cool, they need to smoke. But how to get the message across? Go into schools and tell the children to smoke? Difficult these days.
So why not bring the youth to the advertising -- in the cinema. Plenty of new films every year. The heroes try so hard. There's kickboxing, shooting, lying, and lots of loud music. And smoking. So often the heroes relax over cigars, or just need to smoke one, or two, and so on.
What does smoking have to do with an entertainment film? The film is the advertising vehicle. And smoking is the message.
THE BIGGEST MERCHANT OF DEATH
This cigarette producer has half of the cigarette market in the United States. This comes to about 23 million smokers. The average revenue per smoker, per year is $830. The average profit is $181. (id.)
The Jewish cigar magazine "highlighted Daniel Craig this month [Nov 2008] in anticipation of the release of " Quantum of Solace " which is due out this month. If you are a James Bond 007 fan, that is reason enough to pick up a copy of the magazine, as they not only did a story on Craig, but they also did a separate story on the 007 franchise. In their travel section, they did a story on their "bucket list" of places you must visit before kicking the bucket." (yelp.com) (emphasis added)The Jewish Bond franchise brings out a film with the great Jewish action star Daniel Craig, who appears in the Jewish Cigar magazine to promote the Jewish tobacco business.
A SPECIAL AWARD FOR THIS ACHIEVEMENT
The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous has honored the publisher of this magazine with a "Recognition of Goodness Award". (News and Events, The Rugged Elegance Inspiration Network)SOMETHING FOR EVERY TASTE
Whether people are interested in a quick death in a knife fight, explosion, or shootout, or a "slow, painful death" (see at right), Quantum of Solace shows it all.
THE WARNING IS THERE
Just like the warning label says.
"Everything he touches withers and dies."
Everything? Yes, everything.