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 way, some time ago hanged up the phone to Jared Taylor and called him an idiot on live TV) says he prefers much seeing the Sparrow crushed than Ramsay, who in the show has skinned alive men, women and children. Another GOT pundit said this week something similar by comparing favorably Ramsay’s methods to those who have not dispatched the sparrows.
Make no mistake: I no longer identify myself with the High Sparrow. The guy believes in equality for all men (“We’re all equal in the eyes of the Seven”). But that’s beside the point. These critics, and a dozen more I’ve seen on YouTube, apparently hate the Faith Militant, or “sparrows”, for their bigotry (for a couple of kikes commenting about this phenomenon, click: here).
I purposely left some specific entries frozen at main site, and I promised not adding more until something big happens. One of those posts is a quotation of Roger Devlin: “When I began writing and talking about sex in racialist circles a few years ago, even some very intelligent people did not understand the relevance of what I was saying to their concerns. The relevance is, of course, that races reproduce sexually. Feminism in all its aspects is as much an attack on our race as Boasian egalitarian dogma, and the same struggle must be waged against both.”
Many white nationalists are unable to wrap their heads around something so simple. Forget the Sparrow if you wish. Use other GOT or LOTR models for inspiration. The point is that whites are morally dead. All healthy cultures know that eroticism is a legitimate source of joy and fertility. Nowadays eroticism is vice, the cult of immorality and GOT fans share it. In the last episode for example Yara comes as an open lesbian, and none of the online commenters is complaining the least bit. On the contrary: she’s admired by still another pundit. (Her castrated brother Theon, “the broken man” is depicted as stupid and Yara as masculine and smart.)
The next episode, “No One” will probably be about an adolescent girl, Arya. What is infuriating is that, in real life, a young girl who wanted to become a professional assassin would get raped, killed or both. Even Arya’s sister, Lady Sansa Stark, originally an ultra-feminine character of the series is now becoming a leader among the feudal lords of the North. Another important example can be added to the above list. Lady Olenna Tyrell is depicted as a master of court politics and intrigue, but the male figure of the same family, Mace Tyrell, as rather silly.
I cannot imagine worse messages for the Aryan psyche than what HBO usually does. I remember so well Rome, the historical drama television series broadcasted between 2005 and 2007: the first of other HBO “historical” series. In Rome the screenwriters invented history: that some patrician ladies, like Augustus’ mother, were extremely powerful. Now they are doing the same with fiction. And they are doing it big time while adapting George R.R. Martin’s novels.
Back to the real world. Recently Hillary Clinton has become the presumptive nominee of the Democratic Party. In a sense I wish she wins the presidency so that Americans learn the hard way why violating the laws of Nature is suicidal.
Update of June 21
And now I’ve watched the “epic” Episode 9, supposedly the best of the entire series. It’s very symbolic to see the half-man Tyrion Lannister, the Hand of Daenerys, advising her while she’s agreeing to an alliance with a Yara advised by her (literally) castrated brother. The subliminal message is that men are advisers and the women are the ones who make the big political decisions.
After minute 8 of this clip a well-known GOT pundit said: “The show has been fateful to four major themes of the book: 1. War is bad, 2. Feudalism and slavery are bad, 3. Feminism is good and 4. Religion is nuts.” I have not read Martin’s books but if the commenter is right George R.R. Martin is our enemy. This season has been very heavy with a major theme, that feminism is good.