Bad messages in Game of Thrones

In past years I have talked about the bad messages in previous seasons of Game of Thrones. In the first episode of the last season we see, once again, the masculine and aggressive female Yara Greyjoy that even hits his brother, the castrated Theon, when he rescues her. In the history of the West the…

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Darkening Age, 19

Note of the Ed.: The main weakness that the Aryan faces before the Jew is the lack of solidarity to even recognise his martyrs. Contrast this attitude with how the Jew commemorates every single historical grievance; for example, when a Greek Seleucid king tried to destroy Judaism centuries before the Common Era. The parabalani were…

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Updates

to “Beware of Game of Thrones” Tonight was the season 7 final. Nothing to add here except that the series is increasingly becoming like a typical Hollywood fantasy. Season 8 will be the last. Update of August 6: The bad messages continue in episode #64. The Lannister army are caught in a surprise attack by…

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Historical novel vs. liberal fantasy

Most of the content of this site is non-fictional. Rarely I recommend novels—although not the liberal novels by George R.R. Martin upon which Game of Thrones is based (see “Beware of Game of Thrones”). Last Sundays I added passages from Gore Vidal’s most fascinating novel, a recreation of the life of my favourite Roman Emperor,…

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Beware of Game of Thrones

In the last seasons of Games of Thrones: 1. A female knight, Brienne of Tarth, beats a couple of the best male knights: Ser Loras of House Tyrell (one of the great houses of Westeros) and The Hound (who was the personal bodyguard of king Joffrey Baratheon). 2. The wildling Ygritte, physically beautiful, goes to…

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Patriarchy vs. feminism

I have just deleted the PDF “War of the sexes.” The section where I quoted the blogger Turd Flinging Monkey was long-winded. I have extensively reviewed it for inclusion in the 2017 edition of The Fair Race’s Darkest Hour. This abridged and reviewed version is now available in another PDF for a more comfortable reading…

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Sparrow postscript

A year ago I posted “On genuine spirituality,” featuring a Game of Thrones character, the High Sparrow: one of the seven articles I’ve written about GOT. Today, I am dismayed by the many YouTube videos commenting on GOT. All commenters I’ve seen hate the High Sparrow. The Turk on the right here (who, by the…

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Botched episode

The finale of the 5th season of Game of Thrones Had it not been for an accident in my teens, now I would be a consummate film director. My forte has always been the visual arts. Precisely because they are my forte I noticed, since childhood, the beauty of the Aryan race, especially girls. In…

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On genuine spirituality

In the thread about Sebastian Ronin’s radio podcasts, one of the radio panel members objected what I said about “spirituality.” Since my answer is long for a thread comment, instead of replying there I’ll do it here. Yes: religion is psychological dissociation according to my book (cf. Day of Wrath). In fact, I dislike the…

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Burning your child

Was it really necessary to shock the audience with the ruthless decision of Stannis Baratheon to burn alive his daughter Shireen to death, as a sacrifice to the Lord of Light, in tonight’s episode of Game of Thrones (the scene doesn’t appear in the novels)? I would argue that depicting the sacrifice of a child…

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