I am, quite literally, in tears….. Tears of laughter that is….
The only possible wars are RACIAL WARS, you need to distinguish the enemy! You can’t have a French-German war! They would put each other’s uniforms and you would have chaos.
The televizion presenter correctly called it an “encore performance”. So in this case they are being honest at least in the sense that they present it as a performance, a dramatic act. In no way should D-Day be taken seriously. Unless it it is an “Act Off” which would be like a “Dance Off” except with actors. Battle of the army men, lets play army men….lol….The German actors were much better, more believable in their acting perfomance, but the lost to bad actors? In an army men Act Off how did the German actors lose to such bad Allied actors, clearly the Germans were the better actors.
5 seconds in, there is a camera crew in the back of a troop ship… are they not being fired upon, is this not a military assault on a beach?… whattttt?! What is a camera crew doing there in the back of a drop ship? I am going to have to concur that this seems more of a stage set the more of it I see. Is this not the same angle as Saving private ryan’s private parts?
yeah because no one wants to know what the invasion looked like. The generals and strategists have no desire to see what it actually looked like. What commander would want to see actual film of the invasion? how silly!
Filmed by Jack Lieb, who also filmed the comedy; “The Crossroads Crash (1973), described as a “clownish parody”. D-Day is also a clownish parody…It’s very funny…
what’s funny about it?
The fact that the movie was directed as a comedy, it’s meant to be funny…I ask the question myself – but is it funny? D-Day is intended as a joke by the directors and producers of the movie.
“here are the air-borne division amusing themselves on our craft”
It’s all in the script, all the jokes, like the little puppy as a mascot, for example.
I think much of this was acted out after 1945. Probably in the 1950’s.
And THEY want us to believe this guy battled mighty germans and won? I’m not buying it. A very sick joke indeed.
Hitler and the glorious thousand year Reich lost to the great crusader Sgt. Robert Blatnik, who stormed the beaches of the stronghold of the European Third Reich, smashed through the 5 armed German soldiers, dodged the 2 planes……And the rest of the Third Reich merely surrendered at the sight of his ferocious advance. Ewwww, Americano, surrender, surrender, Kapitulation…. The German sold-lier is known for one thing – the ease in which he kapitulates…Thank God we have such brave men as Robert Blatnik, a real war hero…Anyone can see that Blatnik is a genuine Americano War Hero of the finest order. Wonderful to know how these “brave boys” so easily liberated Europe from the clutches of the “evil Nazis”…Isn’t it a great story?
Oh yea, I forgot, the entire English channel was choc full of Allied ships and boats, in broad daylight but the Germans were surprised, it was a surprise attack, the Germans were completely surprised – SURPRISE!
go to 1:58 of the “encore performance”, that’s my favorite part of the video, it explains everything.
The directors want us to believe that Robert Blatnik was the right hand man of Theodore Roosevelt Jr., the eldest son of President Theodore Roosevelt. From wiki… Ted died in France of a heart attack. At the time of his death, he had been recommended for the Distinguished Service Cross to recognize his heroism at Normandy. But… “throughout World War II, Roosevelt suffered from health problems. He had arthritis, mostly from old World War I injuries, and walked with a cane. He also had heart trouble, which he kept secret from army doctors and his superiors… He was living at the time in a converted sleeping truck, captured a few days before from the Germans.” What a hero, very funny indeed. At 2:55 they show Blatnik’s first point of cover, a cliff line, conveniently positioned for after the “trrrttrrrbrrtaatt” run of hell through the beach. I guess, now we know why the Germans didn’t position any soldiers up there…
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