Napoleon was a great humanist
It started to fall down with Napoleon when he decided to style himself as Emperor, thus losing the respect of many people in his day, including Beethoven.
Hello Crow. I'm going to set my muja friends on you. We're going to divide and rule you with our margarine. It was actually under Napoleon III that the French invented margarine, but surely a few facts like that are not important. Like the fact that not everyone of one nationality think the same way.
So either you like Napoleon and everything he did for Europe or you don't. If you want to complain about the British counterbalance of Napoleon's empirical plans, then you may be saying that Napoleon using Poles as cannon-fodder and the Poles' farm animals as sexual playthings must be okay.
All you are into is breeding roses.
Now there's a subject about which I know slightly more. Plant breeding, including that of Roses, occurs in many parts of the world, including Britain (although not amongst royalty - they either talk to their plants or just wave at them and ask them what they do for a living), France (where all roses believe in liberty, egality and fraternity - especially fraternity as we are talking about the old gene pool), the Netherlands where Napoleon insisted that everyone had a silly surname and now they also give their plants silly names, Rosa "Golden Showers" being a great example.
Didn't Napoleon once seek asylum in Britain? Not when he was caught and exiled, but earlier in his interesting career. They used different terminology back then - for plants and self-styled despotic warmongering emperors. I'm not saying the British back then were much better - one of the countries that still lives with the anachronism of monarchy and is the country guilty of naming a Himalayan bramble Rubus cockburnianus. Hmmmm.
Still, you had fun in Moscow?