Napoleon was not head of state in 1798 and proposed an invasion of Egypt (which was a mess and not in actuality under the Ottoman's any longer, but was ruled by the Mamelukes) in order to strike against England.
When Napoleon became First Consul, he inherited a war that was already ongoing.
In 1805 France and England were at war, so I don't understand your comment about massing the Armee des Cotes on the Channel.
In September 1805 Austria, which was not at war with France at the time, invaded Bavaria, France's ally.
In 1806 Prussia declared war against France. Russia, which had refused to conclude peace with France after Austerlitz, joined her.
1807 was a continuation of the Prussian war of 1806.
In 1809 Austria invaded Bavaria as Napoleon was involved in Spain. There was no declaration of war.
1812-1814 has been explained to you.
Again, your blame of Napoleon only for the dead is quite a stretch and is incorrect-in your words, it is nonsense.