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If you’re a Game of Thrones fan and you’re not caught up, I must warn you that this episode of the Radical Agenda will contain spoilers. So hopefully you’re either caught up, or lucky enough not to be afflicted with the terrible disease of this addiction.
The 8th and final season of Game of Thrones reached a rather anticlimactic conclusion last night. Throughout the story, Kings and Queens were murdered, the dead waged war against the living, magic conjured ghosts and brought men back from death, and with the help of some dragons and an army of slaves and savages, a powerful and just woman nearly came to rule Westeros.
But the feminists were left disappointed in the end, as the final battle of the great war seemed to occur just as Daenerys Targaryen began to bleed from her most permanent wound. Rather than take the wisdom of her male advisors, and wait out Cersei Lannister, she laid waste to King’s Landing, killing countless innocent men, women, and children, including those loyal to her, as dragon fire rained down on the once great city, reducing it to rubble.
So grotesque was her brutality, that even the hand of the Queen, an imp who murdered his own father, refused to be party to her savagery going forward.
Undeterred, the Mother of Dragons imprisoned her most loyal advisor. She stood before her army and called on them to similarly “liberate” the whole world, vowing that the war would not end until every corner of the globe was under her rule.
Jon Snow, who we recently learned was no bastard, but rather Aegon Targaryen, the true heir to the Iron Throne, would not abide this tyranny. He put a knife through the heart of the Breaker of Chains, as he kissed his aunt for the final time, and barely survived as her furious dragon melted the Iron Throne.
This left the Lords and Ladies of Westeros in a difficult position. With the Unburnt dead, and the only living Targaryen the prisoner of warrior eunuchs, a new Sovereign would have to be chosen.
As they contemplated how to choose, Samwell Tarly made a novel suggestion. “We represent all the great houses. But whoever we choose, they won’t just rule over Lords and Ladies. Maybe, the decision about what’s left for everyone, should be left to, well, everyone.”
A long pause ensued, before the men cracked up laughing, adding in jest, that perhaps dogs and horses should have the vote as well. Interesting theme, that even men who had been progressive enough to bend the knee to a single mother as their Queen, saw the folly of democracy as comedically stupid.
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