Countless times I have asked myself why I am able to hate and others who claim to defend the West not. The answer lies not only in my past but in how the System feminises men while manning women. That is why the movement needs a critique of the weapon of mass destruction known as gender ideology, which includes feminism. I will explain the manning of the girls, once again, with Game of Thrones.
Much of what appears in this HBO series contains terrible messages, especially feminism: a topic that I have already addressed in several entries about this popular series.
The most grotesque feminist arch is that of Arya Stark, Bran’s sister. I only own Martin’s first book, where Arya is just a girl. I don’t know what Martin has written about her later. But it is known that Martin subscribes at least some form of feminism in his other novels: a feminism that is magnified in the television series that the couple of Jews filmed. For example, unlike crowning Bran Stark, which is planned for Martin’s last novel, as far as Martin is known, he has not planned for Arya to kill the Night King: a character that doesn’t even appear in his novels. This killing was completely an invention of the Jews who directed the series.
Regarding the biographical arc of Arya, I don’t want to review all the visual and auditory offenses that I endured over the years while watching the eight seasons. If I had been the author of the novels, or the director of the series, I would have killed the alienated brat either at Braavos or in the Red Wedding.
The Red Wedding is a massacre at the wedding feast of Edmure Tully and Roslin Frey during the War of the Five Kings. The King in the North, Robb Stark, his mother Catelyn, and most of his three thousand five hundred soldiers are slaughtered. The event is orchestrated by its host, Lord Walder Frey, as revenge for Robb’s breaking of a marriage pact he made with House Frey. In the television series (YouTube clip here) the Red Wedding appeared in the penultimate episode of the third season of Game of Thrones, aired on June 2, 2013.
Although that day of 2013 the public became hysterical (watch some of the female hysterics here), I loved the Red Wedding. While Robb Stark could have married the very beautiful Aryan nymph Roslin Frey, he married a mudblood, breaking the aforementioned pact with Lord Walder Frey (pic). Robb was also stabbed with his mudblood wife during the wedding. The only thing that hurt my feelings was that they killed the caged wolves too.
Arya survived the Red Wedding, in which her mother and brother, the ‘King of the North’, lost their lives. In another season Arya embarked to train with a religious mentor in Braavos, where she studied the art to become an assassin. But the plot armour that the Jewish directors provided Arya in Seasons 5, 6 and 8 goes beyond the grotesque. In the climactic scene at Braavos, Arya survives the stabs in her belly like those received by Robb’s mudblood wife! Even after falling into a sewage river Arya’s open entrails were not fatally infected!
Such imbecile nonsense wasn’t enough. Already graduated as a trained assassin, the now-adolescent Arya, still a slim girl, not only kills Lord Walder Frey but all the male members of the Frey House! This too has the credibility of a Road Runner cartoon.
Of the entire series, these ‘girl power’ scenes are the most irritating and toxic for the fourteen words. But the toxic fandom loved them because they felt vindicated of what ol’ Frey had done at the Red Wedding.
I can see the good and the bad messages of the series. Toxic fans don’t see any of this. They didn’t realise the need to settle accounts with those who have married mudbloods. I believe it’s necessary to approach television hits such as Game of Thrones from the point of view of a priest of the sacred words.