Napoleonic uranium (granite) shells and the competing rise of Romantism and of nationalism altogether

Napoleon Bonaparte’s armed forces used in many battles shells made from granite, that were made mainly in Corsica and around Penmarc’h. The Wagram battle for instance is a large case of use. The mines in northern Corsica are still apparent with old drag tracks on the soil around “Carrozu” and mining patterns more to the North-East.

“U Piobbu” utilizzato en la guerra… not all battles far from it but paintings show that it was never critical, except in Leipzig at the very end with corpses of horses agglomerated on the middle of the warfield and, because of solar neutrons and of the fear of diseases leading to these corpses of horses staying agglomerated, the later explosion.

Here is the main story as I have understood it. At the beginning it’s not Napoleon himself understanding the manufacture of the uranium shells by what I understand of history but he seizes that later.

Wagram is the most destructive battle.

The uranium clouds and the darkness resulting are obvious. Bonaparte sits on his horse as a short-legged parvenu dictator, observing the devastation he ordered. Before that battle which I learned through history in high school was Bonaparte’s last great battle, he did not use uranium shells himself.
From – Mossul, since then cleaned of depleted uranium, has been one of the last cases of massive use of DU weapons, premature tube abrasion testifying of this along with the regiment’s name.

They are somehow out of uranium shells while invading Russia. Ukraine where bees were still ritually eaten in 2021 to express hatred of Napoleon as the uranium shells were obviously fired in that country (note how this has been reattempted much more recently…) has kept the blind Talion law with Tochka-U missiles. That are very much these basic uranium-crust shells used by Napoleonic armies. They don’t get their backward-returning uranium plumes and hence suffer from the cold verily during the winter and fail because of that.

It’s clear that the use of uranium by the Napoleonic armies and its effects increasing sexual activity opened the way to the competing rise of Romantism. The development of the love trend in literature comes from people that competed with Bonaparte and his army of rapists around Europe under influence of their weapons’ fallout. Romanticism emerges in France 10 to 15 years after Napoleon’s downfall, enough time for departure of his last supporters from the political scene. It’s much faster in other countries where it colludes with nationalistic development.

Uranium used in Spain under solar pressure created on contaminated soldiers an homosexual pressure that translated into rape not only of women (attempt at countervailing with self-demonstration of virility) but also of men.

This is why Romanticism and nationalism have come hand in hand hereafter. They have been tied by Bonaparte and his armies. Maybe we’ll later remind of the war for Ukraine and its Tochka-Us supported by an European Union relying on S-metolachlore, a date rape drug with its part memory erasure effect with chlorine and breed effect with the benzene loops (allowing for instance forced fellatio and later memory erasure of the rape, or some feeling of protection after normal sexual intercourse with the breed with solar neutrons), as another occurrence of Napoleonbonapartism. It’s clearly the real story.

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