The Godmother


Al Capone with his head enlarging mobster hat and the habitual cigar (around 1930)

No doubt that contemporary urban violence and horror are in large parts influenced by the image left from the numerous gangsters that roamed the city streets since early last century. The big kingpin of urban violence is of course the supreme mobster Don – the Godfather.

No don has done more for the mobster image than the original “Scarface”, Alphonse Gabriel Capone (1899-1947). Al Capone reigned supreme in Chicago from January 1925 when mafia chief Torrio handed over the reigns to Capone. After much violence and ins and outs with justice, Capone left a bloody trail of 33 bodies behind when he was ultimately sent away to Atlanta US Penitentiary in May 1932 to serve an 11-year sentence for tax evasion…

Capone was predictably aged 33 at the end of his 7 year reign over Chicago and weighed in heavy at 110kg upon incarceration. Responsible for multiple brothels, the big Don was not only overweight at this point, but also afflicted with several sexual deceases such as syphilis and gonorrhoea. He might have been considered a fuckalot by the standards of the interwar period.

Maybe Capone was at his outmost best when portrayed in the Godfather series of films (1972-90), most notably incarnated by Marlon Brando. Robert de Niro who also portrayed Al Capone as a youngster came across as way too thin compared to the beefy Capone. Brando with his chubby figure was a better fit as he equally shared some of Capone’s soft looks.

Al Capone is portrayed as scary from his facial scars (hence Scarface) and count of victims and even was elected public enemy n° 1 (Chicago 1930) – but Don Capone looked all but masculine when analysed anatomically with his short arms, small hands, close facial features, short mouth, full red lips, prominent eyelashes and shallow eyes. The Don seems a Donna and Al Capone part of the EGI as a female to male trickster.

I’m like any other man. I’ve been in this racket long enough to realize that a man in my game must take the breaks, the fortunes of war. I haven’t had any peace of mind in years. Every minute I’m in danger of death.”
-Alphonse Gabriel Capone

Not much seems to have changed since the time of the artificially created prohibition. The violence of todays terrorism seems as artificial as the glorified mobsters of the day, and the numerous films and lifetime actors likewise. If the Godfather is in reality a harmless, armless Donna, was any of the mobster violence even ever real ?


Al Capone during trial 1929 – looking as confident as always
•Typical female round head-shape with complete lack of neck and Adams apple, no jawline, no cheekbones, little brow structure an pulpous (red) lips 


Al Capone during another trial 1931
•Small shallow eyes, no neck, fleshy female cheeks and no cheekbone and typically female pulpous (red) lips – smiling helps FTM impersonation as it widens the mouth that is otherwise clearly short with full lips


Al Capone ca. 1930
•Despite the hat, suit and tie – Capone displays typically female body features with small ribcage, little to no neck, short arms, small hands and overall feminine chubbiness.


Al Capone ca. 1930
•Again typically female body features with very narrow shoulders despite clothes, small chest area  little to no neck, very short arms and discernible important hips.


Al Capone in Miami – mid or late 1920s
•By judging Capone from the belly, arms and kid alone – anyone would expect this individual to be a pregnant woman (speculation here) – he/she has very short motherly  arms indeed… 

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Have a Cigar

I smoke in moderation. Only one cigar at a time.
– Mark Twain

People who deceive others often cannot hide their delight as they find a secret pleasure in fooling others. It gives them a feeling of superiority. They have one up on us, and they rejoice in “duper’s delight” as they consider their audience foolish and stupid.

There might be many levels of force regarding the pleasure sociopaths experience when successfully deceiving the public. Mostly, the thrill would be a combined result from the magnitude of the lie combined with the level of credulity in the public for being so easily tricked.

The level of duper’s delight could be at a maximum when the Elite accomplish to pass for the opposite sex and even being rewarded by prices, titles and public acclaim for their duplicitous acting. From numerous exemples seen in Hollywood, many stars can be considered to perform gender inversion – and they must obviously have quite a lot in common in their club of initiates. They will probably all share common duping delight humor and anecdotes, even show it off in the press. After all, success it best experienced when sharing your feats with pairs and fellow connoisseurs.

When we look at all the symbols that are used in the media and entertainment industries we realise that things are not always what they are presented to be. One such example is the the cigar, a typical symbol of of the male phallus. Of course, many just see the literal meaning of tabacco love when men suck on their Cuban cigars repeatdly in movies and press material. If we consider many stars in reality also are gender-inverted lifetime actors it might be a case of definite duping delight to figuratively put their joke before our eyes. If an inverted individual do practice “traditional” sex – a cigar would well represent his/her true desires.

Smoking is indispensable if one has nothing to kiss.
-Sigmund Freud


Smoking Cigars is like falling in love. First, you are attracted by its shape; you stay for its flavor, and you must always remember never, never to let the flame go out!
– Winston Churchill


A smoke in times of rest is a great companion to the solitary soldier.
–Ernesto “Che” Guevara


You should hurry up and acquire the cigar habit. It’s one of the major happinesses. And so much more lasting than love, so much less costly in emotional wear and tear.
–Aldous Huxley

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