A funny thing happened the other day. A friend gave me a DVD documentary entitled 'JOAN of ARC, Child of War, Soldier of God.' The story is based on Jeanne's (Joan) own notes about her life. About an hour later, I turned on the television and another Joan of Arc movie was on called 'The Messenger. The story of Joan of Arc.' There were so many differences between the two stories that they did not even seem about the same person. Why were they different?
The documentary told of a simple farm girl from Domremy, France in 1425, not educated but quite intelligent, living through bells announcing the bombings of French villages and living a fearful life, running to the basement shelters to escape harm. She prayed. France was being invaded by the English, who had taken half of France.
It was prophesied in the village that a 'maiden would do wonderful things' for their nation. Joan was living through the 100 Years War. She prayed.
After another such a bell warning, Jeanne's family went to the shelter but she got her clothes together and left. She had been hearing a voice inside her head tell her that she would be the one to save France from England and, in fact, she was but in the process of doing that she was betrayed by the Dauphin and imprisoned by the English and burned at the stake for witchcraft. Five hundred years later she was canonized a saint by the very Church that condemned her to death.
Joan of Arc defended the weak heir to the throne, saying that the Dauphin was the legitimate heir, and he gave her a horse and amour. The first battle she led the men in was successful. So were others and France was slowly being taken back. However, after the Dauphin's coronation, he had no need for her and felt she would get the credit for saving France, so he refused to provide her men for her army and arranged for her to be captured and given to the English.
Imprisoned in a tower, she jumped out with no injuries but was again put in a cell. There was a trial, at which the priest tried to trick her and get her to say heresy, but she did not fall for his questions. In the end, this valuable English prize was sentenced to be burned at the stake.
In the movie, 'The Messenger,' she was said to be violent in her fighting and frightened and mad in her captivity. Dustin Hoffman 'appeared' to a frightened, stammering Joan as her Conscience. When she told this apparition that she knew what the voice said was true because she had 'signs,' he mocked her. "What kind of signs?" She mentions the wind, or water, or a sword found in a field.
The Conscience said, 'Oh, like people fighting in a field and someone drops their sword," and a picture of the 'event' is shown. "Or, someone walking through the field and throws away their sword," and another picture of that is shown. Then he says, "Or the holy version..." and a light appears coming from the sky with singing voices and in that ray of light is a sword floating to the ground. All the while, Joan can hardly speak above a whisper, keeps moving her lips with no words and looks scared to death and certainly a crazed person who looks like a young man.
'The Messenger' doesn't speak about her courage. It shows repeated vicious beatings of her at the hands of the guards and in the end, the English burn her at the stake.
Let's talk about why these two stories were different. A quote on the front of the documentary by Moviepicks states, "We wish there were more outstanding films like this, with historical accuracy and authenticity..." The production company's name is Gaiam of GT Media. The actors' have last names such as Vondrackova, Ward and Taylor. The documentary was produced for 'Faith & Values Media' by Lightworks Producing Group, directed and produced by Pamela Mason Wagner.
In 'The Messenger,' it is uncertain if the actress playing Joan, Milla Jovovich, is Jewish or not but she sings for and plays in numerous movies produced by Jews. Dustin Hoffman is Jewish. The company producing the movie is Gaumont, which is also Columbia Pictures (Jewish-run), Tri-Star Films, Sony Picures (Jewish-run) and Universal Pictures Nordic.
Wikipedia states: " Jovavich's Jeanne is plagued by the difference between her idea of utter submission to God and the consequences of doing so; by doubt over the veracity of her visions; and by the gap between her ideals of the divine rights of kings and realpolitik. She is constantly on the verge of a nervous breakdown - is this a manifestation of her mental illness, or of her "burning for God"? And where's the difference between the two?"
"The film raises more questions than it answers, and that's as it should be. It is something of a shame that Besson's (Jewish) film takes liberties with the facts as we understand them (though history is more often about our interpretation of events than the events themselves), but in terms of raising important questions on the nature of faith, it succeeds beyond measure."
In their own words, Jewish producers have taken 'liberties' to change the true story of Joan of Arc's courage and conviction to one of a mentally ill girl and raises 'questions' that never existed before, only to paint Joan of Arc in an insane and sarcastic light.
I have noticed other distortions with Jewish-run productions such as after 'A Bug's Life' by Pixar was produced. 'A Bug's Life' is a clean movie any child can watch. It is about the ants uniting against the grasshoppers. Another movie produced at the same time, 'Toy Story,' has a message of 'be kind to your toys,' and is another child-safe movie.
After Disney (Jewish-run) bought Pixar in January of 2006, they produced 'Bee Movie,' which is rated PG for sexual content. With 'Bee Movie,' there are too many political messages for children and of course, the sexual content. Bee Movie is a 2007 computer animated family comedy film starring Jerry Seinfeld, Renée Zellweger, Matthew Broderick, John Goodman, Chris Rock, Kathy Bates, Barry Levinson, Megan Mullally, Rip Torn and Patrick Warburton. Produced by DreamWorks Animation, it is directed by Simon J. Smith and Steve Hickner. Bee Movie is the first motion-picture script to be written by Seinfeld, who co-wrote it with Spike Feresten, Barry Marder, and Andy Robin. The film was produced by Jerry Seinfeld, Christina Steinberg and Cameron Stevning, according to Wikipedia.
Along the same vein, Hans Christian Andersen wrote a story called 'The Emperor's New Clothes' that depicted a vain king influenced by two weavers that pretend they are weaving invisible cloth. In the Jewish movie version of this story by Stephen Spielberg, Yiddish phrases are used and original dialogue is changed to depict twisted and sexually-perverted minds. Much of the voice cast is Jewish.
Why, when a wholesome story is re-produced by Jewish people it changes, I have no idea. Why it needs to be changed is a mystery also but it happens over and over.
The change in the true Joan of Arc story is a prime example. Jewish writers and producers either create far-out, violent, spaced-out, monster, magical or sexual movies or they take time-worn stories and change them.
At the beginning of the documentary, Leo Braudy, University of Southern California, states, "When the system has to change, when the social order itself is on the verge of changing, the vehicle of that is often a woman. Because women are outside the social system: Somebody who comes out of nowhere to strike against the corruption of power."
More can be read about Jewish producers, actors and movers and shakers at: http://hipsterjew.com/2012/03/atheists-use-gods-name-in-vain-anger-yaweh/