Monday, June 05, 2017

J.M. Opal's "Avenging the People," the movie

Featured at My Book, The Movie: Avenging the People: Andrew Jackson, the Rule of Law, and the American Nation by J.M. Opal.

The entry begins:
Andrew Jackson was a man of terrible passions. He tried to keep them in check, to show the world that he was a man of duty and honor, a soldier and statesman, a God-fearing son and husband of pious women. And when his passions boiled over, as they so often did, he could only blame a corrupt world for not seeing how hard he had tried. He never forgot insults, because he saw them as attacks not on him alone but on all that was good and innocent, brave and pure, virtuous and vulnerable.

In other words, he took himself very seriously, and he was ready to die—preferably to kill—to make sure that everyone else did as well.

The actor who plays such a man would have to...[read on]
My Book, The Movie: Avenging the People.

--Marshal Zeringue