Why pay attention to Game of Thrones?

Normies don’t read The Occidental Observer or Counter-Currents. I remember so well Andrew Hamilton complaining in the latter webzine that comparatively so few read his articles.

After the finale of Game of Thrones Alt-Right folks are complaining that only classic books or films of before the 1960s are valid forms of escapism. They completely fail to notice that Ivanhoe, a historical novel remarkable because its sympathetic portrayal of Jewish characters, was published by Sir Walter Scott in 1819. The novel, authored by the non-Jew Scott (raised a Presbyterian but adhered to the Scottish Episcopal Church) started to idealise the subversive tribe in the popular mind.

Remember the point of view of this site: Christianity and the Jewish Problem are one and the same. At the other side on the Atlantic über-cuck Lew Wallace published in 1880 Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ. It is considered the most influential Christian book of the 19th century and became a bestseller surpassing another über-cuck author in sales (Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin). Ben-Hur remained at the top of the US all-time bestseller list until the publication of Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind the next century.

Debunking pop culture is more important than debunking Das Kapital.