How BLM, LGBT and Feminists Destroyed James Bond


The 25th film about British super-spy James Bond, entitled "No Time to Die", has been released on wide screens. Contrary to the name, the creators decided to kill their main character, who brought them a total of about $ 7 billion for the entire "Bondiana". Why did the British entrust an American director to slaughter the chicken that consistently brought them golden eggs? And most importantly, what are the global trends in culture, society and policy means the symbolic death of Bond, James Bond?


We will not talk about the plot of the last "Bond", whoever needs it, he goes and looks. Naturally, there is a lot of action, cool surprise cars, spy gadgets, beautiful women, archetypal villains and English humor. What distinguishes the film from all the previous ones is that this time the commander did not manage to get out of the water. And this leads to certain thoughts, rather serious ones, which give us reason to do not a movie review, but to talk about general modern trends in the West.

The symbol of the "Old" world


Why did the unexpected death of Bond under the blows of missiles from a British destroyer become like a blow to the head with a dusty sack? Yes, because this collective character of the super agent was originally based on his exclusivity and invulnerability.

Bond, James Bond is a symbol of "white", aristocratic Great Britain with its invariable accessories of success in the form of luxury cars, yachts, business suits, watches and other attributes of high society. The arsenal of the movie super-spy was the best advertisement for the British intelligence services and at the same time for the Royal Navy, where he had the rank of commander. We also note that along with Bond in the last film, his colleague in a dangerous craft from the CIA and a former US Marine named Felix Lightyear died. We will talk about this in more detail later.

New identity


Cinema is a mirror reflecting all the problems of modern society. For quite a long time in the West, against the background of the policy of so-called political correctness and tolerance, there has been a process of active promotion of the rights of national minorities from among visitors from Africa and the Middle East. In this case, it comes to a frank substitution of real historical characters. For example, in 2012, the Finnish Marshal Gustam Mannerheim, an ethnic Scandinavian, was played by a black actor from Kenya, Telly Savalas Otieno. In 2021, the black actress Jodie Turner-Smith played Queen Anne Boleyn in the British miniseries. The role of one of the maids of honor and mistress of King Henry VIII, Madge Shelton, went to an Englishwoman of Brazilian descent Thalyssa Teixeira.

This trend has reached Bond. The creators of the series first decided to make CIA agent Felix Lightyear black in the movie Never Say Never, played by Bernie Casey. The second and last African American in this role was actor Jayfrey Wright, who came to Bond with Daniel Craig and completed this epic with him.

As for Craig himself, many fans of films about the British super spy considered him the least suitable for this role. The 25th Bond was to be his last. The main intrigue was who would replace him and lead Bondiana into the new century. Movie theater chain ODEON conducted a survey, and most viewers said they would like to see a black actor Idris Elba in the role of Commander. There were rumors that the producers were considering his candidacy, but they were not confirmed. We never saw a native of Africa in a tuxedo and a pistol. The reality turned out to be even more disruptive.

Feminists, LGBT and BLM Kill Bond?


Here I would like to make a small digression, remembering another film saga, which was forced to transform significantly under the influence of public opinion in the West. This is, of course, the famous Game of Thrones.
Beginning as a film adaptation of George Martin's works close to the original, the series eventually turned into a manifesto of ardent feminism, where strong women rule the world. How real is this in the world of the "Middle Ages" is a big question, but who is interested in plausibility in such cases? The main thing is a slogan and a political declaration.

And what do we see in Bondian? Black Felix Lightyear is killed first, but his place is symbolically taken by a new CIA operative of Spanish-Cuban origin. She was played by the pretty actress Ana Celia de Armas Caso. With Bond it turned out quite tragic. The producers decided not to replace him with another actor, but simply killed him, clearing a place for the new agent 007. It turned out to be a black spy Nomi, played by British actress of Jamaican origin Lashana Rasheda Lynch. James himself died heroically, once again saving the world, now at the cost of his life, causing fire on himself.

So what we see. The BLM movement and feminists have become such a powerful force in the United States and the United Kingdom that under their pressure, direct or indirect, the creators of Bond chose to “zero” the symbol of the “white” aristocratic Great Britain, replacing it with a dark-skinned female super-agent from among migrants, at the same time replacing a black CIA agent with a Hispanic woman. When you consider that the 25th film in the series is directed for the first time by a Japanese American, that might explain a lot. By the way, according to some signs, we can assume that in the next episodes, the new 007 will still prefer women. And this is also a very symbolic nod to the LGBT movement, since it is “modern” and “fashionable”.

However, it is worth mentioning one rather interesting storyline concerning the mistress and French daughter of Bond. Not a single film about the famous Englishman has ever had so much screen time devoted to communication in a foreign language, especially in French. There is a certain hint and semantic subtext that everyone will understand in their own way.
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  1. Agent 007 - Ebony Lesbian ?! Oh, how lovely!
  2. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) 10 October 2021 12: 00
    +2
    Moore would be sorry, but Craig, with his hypertrophied brutality, never ...
  3. andrey f. Offline andrey f.
    andrey f. (andrey fuchs) 10 October 2021 12: 53
    +1
    Well, what can you wish for Gayrope ?! Only an early extinction, just so that they don't suffer, poor fellows! And we will gain another Muslim neighbor !!!
  4. NatiKoshka_87 Online NatiKoshka_87
    NatiKoshka_87 (Ela) 10 October 2021 16: 06
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    He wrote an article of some kind, indignant at the fact that in the film the white man was replaced by blacks and colored people, thereby symbolizing the death of the old white world and the "white" aristocratic Great Britain.
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 10 October 2021 17: 24
      +8
      The author is indignant at the fact that, for the sake of political correctness, they are engaged in falsifying history, replacing real historical characters with blacks who could not have been queens and marshals in the specified historical period and were not. Also, the author is indignant at the fact that, for the sake of those like you, producers change the skin color of literary and film characters from white to black.
      This is called political prostitution.
      If you want black actors in the lead roles, write appropriate scripts for them, and do not rewrite the ones already written. If you want black English queens in the Middle Ages, I can't help you with anything. Only shoot fantasy, with the stipulation that it is fantasy. Otherwise, it is an outrage to history.
      And yes, to please the likes of you, killing Bond is a symbol of the death of the old world.
      1. NatiKoshka_87 Online NatiKoshka_87
        NatiKoshka_87 (Ela) 10 October 2021 20: 15
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        Quote: Marzhetsky
        The author is indignant at the fact that, for the sake of political correctness, they are engaged in falsifying history, replacing real historical characters with blacks who could not have been queens and marshals in the specified historical period and were not. Also, the author is indignant at the fact that, for the sake of those like you, producers change the skin color of literary and film characters from white to black.
        This is called political prostitution.
        If you want black actors in the lead roles, write appropriate scripts for them, and do not rewrite the ones already written. If you want black English queens in the Middle Ages, I can't help you with anything. Only shoot fantasy, with the stipulation that it is fantasy. Otherwise, it is an outrage to history.
        And yes, to please the likes of you, killing Bond is a symbol of the death of the old world.

        It's just a movie. Not documentary. Not historical. Artistic with its own vision of the director and screenwriter. Moreover, films about Bond, this is sheer fiction. And any census has the right to be, in such films of fiction. And it does not violate or spoil anything. What is the dispute about? Yes, and gone are the days when white people were mainly filmed in films. Not mestizo, not colored, not blacks and others. Consequently, this is not a murder of the old and white world and white aristocratic Great Britain. For nothing lasts forever. There are no permanent things. The world itself, its values ​​and systems, will change three more times, as will people along with it.
        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 11 October 2021 06: 27
          +5
          I don't argue with you. You called me sick, I explained why you are wrong. Moreover, I explained in plain text WHY and BECAUSE of whom the changes in Western cinematography came from.
          You obviously didn't understand anything. hi Well, okay.
      2. Cyril Offline Cyril
        Cyril (Kirill) 11 October 2021 19: 33
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        Also, the author is indignant at the fact that, in order to please the likes of you, producers change the skin color of literary and film characters from white to black.
        This is called political prostitution.

        In the first Soviet film adaptation of Treasure Island (1937), the male character of Jim Hoskins was replaced by the female character Ginny Hoskins.

        Is this also political prostitution?

        Isn't the absolutely white Elizabeth Taylor playing the Afro-Semitic Cleopatra a "desecration of history"? And Vysotsky in the image of the Ethiopian or Cameroonian Arap Hannibal - is this also "an outrage over history"?
        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 11 October 2021 21: 01
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          Isn't the absolutely white Elizabeth Taylor playing the Afro-Semitic Cleopatra a "desecration of history"?

          So Cleopatra is from the Greek family, if that.

          And Vysotsky in the image of the Ethiopian or Cameroonian Arap Hannibal - is this also "an outrage over history"?

          You are juggling. White played a black man while wearing makeup. This is part of his craft, as is Elizabeth Taylor. And here, instead of a white Scandinavian, a black actor plays. This is a substitution and falsification of history. Marshal Mannerheim was not a black Kenyan. Boleyn was not black.

          In the first Soviet film adaptation of Treasure Island (1937), the male character of Jim Hoskins was replaced by the female character Ginny Hoskins.

          Is this also political prostitution?

          This is a fictional character, unlike Boleyn and Mannerheim, here they have more creative freedom. I think the creators also fulfilled a certain socio-political order.
          1. Cyril Offline Cyril
            Cyril (Kirill) 12 October 2021 00: 22
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            So Cleopatra is from the Greek family, if that.

            Cleopatra was a descendant of the Ptolemaic dynasty, which ruled Egypt for 300 years by her birth. And she was not a pure European, because the kings from this dynasty took wives and concubines from the locals. Most of all she looked like a swarthy Arab or Jewish woman. And she was not a tall and slender woman, but stocky, short and plump.

            It was possible to knock off this discrepancy to the fact that during the time of Vivien Leigh and Elizabeth Taylor, the reconstruction of Cleo's true appearance had not yet been carried out. Only Plutarch said that she was by no means a beauty. And the statues with the images of Cleopatra seemed to be talking about it.

            And the European Jean Crane as Nefertiti? Was Nefertiti also Greek?

            You are juggling. White played a black man while wearing makeup.

            Which looked even more comical, yeah. Another would be coated with coal, as in the good old American films of the early 20th century.

            This is part of his craft, as is Elizabeth Taylor. And here, instead of a white Scandinavian, a black actor plays. This is a substitution and falsification of history. Marshal Mannerheim was not a black Kenyan. Boleyn was not black.

            That is, whites can play dark-skinned or dark-skinned, this is "part of their craft", and black whites - "falsification of history"?

            Once again, Sergei. "Anne Boleyn", as a film about Mannerheim, is not a falsification of history, if only because they do not claim this title. This is a feature film.

            Let's digress from historical films.

            Japanese Motoko Kusanagi played by European Scarlett Johansson in the film adaptation of "Ghost in the Shell"? What is it like?

            This is a fictional character, unlike Boleyn and Mannerheim, here they have more creative freedom.

            Well, OO7 Agent is also a fictional character.

            I think the creators also fulfilled a certain socio-political order.

            Let's be bold in the wording about Soviet cinema - were you also "political prostitutes"?
            1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
              Marzhecki (Sergei) 14 October 2021 08: 48
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              This is a fictional character, unlike Boleyn and Mannerheim, here they have more creative freedom.

              Well, OO7 Agent is also a fictional character.

              Well, my claims about the performance of real historical figures with white skin by black actors did not concern James Bond. wink

              I think the creators also fulfilled a certain socio-political order.

              Let's be bold in the wording about Soviet cinema - were you also "political prostitutes"?

              Why would you? I share political prostitution and the execution of an ideological order from the state. Political prostitution is the manipulation of historical characters to please BLM and LGBT people.
              There was undoubtedly an order in Soviet cinema, but from whom? From black gangsters or the LGBT community? No, from the state within the state. ideology. So what is prostitution then?
              As far as I remember that film adaptation of Treasure Island, they sailed to the island not so much for pirate treasures as for weapons for the revolution in Britain.
              Stop doing demagoguery! it comes out very ugly.

              PS

              It was possible to knock off this discrepancy to the fact that during the time of Vivien Leigh and Elizabeth Taylor, the reconstruction of Cleo's true appearance had not yet been carried out. Only Plutarch said that she was by no means a beauty. And the statues with the images of Cleopatra seemed to be talking about it.

              I would not trust Plutarch's opinion. Other times, different customs and tastes. wink
              1. Cyril Offline Cyril
                Cyril (Kirill) 14 October 2021 09: 24
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                Well, my claims about the performance of real historical figures with white skin by black actors did not concern James Bond.

                Ah ah ah:

                So what we see. The BLM movement and feminists have become such a powerful force in the United States and the United Kingdom that under their pressure, direct or indirect, the creators of Bond chose “reset "the symbol of" white "aristocratic Great Britain, replacing it with tdark skinned female super agent migrant

                There was undoubtedly an order in Soviet cinema, but from whom? From black gangsters or the LGBT community? No, from the state within the state. ideology. So what is prostitution then?

                And, that is, the only difference is in the client?

                As far as I remember that film adaptation of Treasure Island, they sailed to the island not so much for pirate treasures as for weapons for the revolution in Britain.

                That is, such mockery of the classic (I think "Treasure Island" has earned this title) work suits you?
  5. Pavel57 Offline Pavel57
    Pavel57 (Paul) 10 October 2021 20: 04
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    Quote: Marzhetsky
    Otherwise, it is an outrage to history.

    Outrageously at our presentation of history.
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 11 October 2021 06: 42
      +5
      So history is a science, not a space for fantasies and falsifications in the spirit of Academician Fomenko. What does the idea of ​​history have to do with it?
      PS
      There were black queens in England in the Middle Ages? Anne Boleyn was black?
      Answer these 2 questions.
      1. Cyril Offline Cyril
        Cyril (Kirill) 11 October 2021 18: 25
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        There were black queens in England in the Middle Ages? Anne Boleyn was black?
        Answer these 2 questions.

        The answer is simple, Sergei is a work of fiction, not a documentary. It does not pretend to be historic.
        1. isofat Offline isofat
          isofat (isofat) 11 October 2021 20: 21
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          Cyril, were there black queens in England in the Middle Ages? love
          1. Cyril Offline Cyril
            Cyril (Kirill) 11 October 2021 23: 40
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            I have already answered this question.
            1. isofat Offline isofat
              isofat (isofat) 12 October 2021 00: 32
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              Cyril, you answered another question. Here's your answer:

              Quote: Cyril
              ... this is a work of fiction, not a documentary. It does not pretend to be historic.

              I'm not asking you about cinema at all ... laughing

              Cyril, so still, there were black queens in England in the Middle Ages?
              1. Cyril Offline Cyril
                Cyril (Kirill) 12 October 2021 00: 45
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                I'm not asking you about cinema at all ...

                Why are you asking me not about cinema, if the article deals with feature films? Ask a relevant question and you will have an answer.
                1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
                  Marzhecki (Sergei) 14 October 2021 08: 42
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                  What gives you the basis to consider cinema with real historical characters in real space-time surroundings as artistic?
                  This is a historical movie.
                  1. Cyril Offline Cyril
                    Cyril (Kirill) 14 October 2021 09: 28
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                    First, a historical film can be fictional. It all depends on the ratio of the creative and documentary elements in it.

                    A fiction film is a work of cinematography, a film as a product of artistic creation, based on a fictional plot, embodied in a script and interpreted by a director, which is created using acting or animation.

                    A fictional film can also be created in the form of a pseudo-documentary and popular science film.

                    As far as I know, in the film "Anne Boleyn" the historical surroundings and the historical personality were used only as a background and a means for the creative expression of feminist ideas.

                    You would not call "The Three Musketeers" a historical work, although it featured both historical characters and fictional characters based on real faces? No, these are primarily works of art in a historical setting.
        2. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 11 October 2021 21: 03
          +3
          This answer does not suit me. If you want to make a feature film, shoot, but without wild fantasies about real historical figures, that Boleyn was a black woman. She was not a black woman.
          1. Cyril Offline Cyril
            Cyril (Kirill) 11 October 2021 23: 40
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            And Cleopatra was not a white beauty (swarthy, stocky, with a large nose, short and plump). So what? Resent when you start?)
            1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
              Marzhecki (Sergei) 14 October 2021 08: 40
              +1
              You've dropped the bar recently. Your problem is that you are defending a deliberately false position, hence the general inconclusiveness,
              1. Cyril Offline Cyril
                Cyril (Kirill) 14 October 2021 09: 51
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                You've dropped the bar recently.

                If he dropped it, it is clearly not lower than yours.

                Your problem is that you are defending a false position.

                Said by a man who knows nothing about historical characters.
          2. isofat Offline isofat
            isofat (isofat) 12 October 2021 01: 45
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            Sergei, do you know what Kirill is doing? request laughing hi
            PS

            Quote: Cyril (Cyril)
            Ask a relevant question and you will have an answer.
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  7. shiva Offline shiva
    shiva (Ivan) 10 October 2021 21: 18
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    Black lesbian, wheelchair invalid, blind and deaf-mute, AIDS patient and obese is a great new Bond. Oscar guaranteed.
    And her opponents, according to the time, are the KGB man Ivan Bashir, the Chinese murderer Sun Uy Vchai and the Korean dictator Vyn Uy Won.
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    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 11 October 2021 09: 00
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      So why are you reading and commenting?
  9. Cyril Offline Cyril
    Cyril (Kirill) 11 October 2021 18: 00
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    When you consider that the 25th film in the series is directed for the first time by a Japanese American, that might explain a lot.

    I doubt that Carey Fukunaga became the director of the film just because his origins are trending.

    He's just a very good screenwriter and director - this is confirmed by the first season of "True Detective", the films "Rootless Killers", "Jane Eyre", "Unnamed".

    As for the article itself, the correlation between the art of cinema and social realities must be approached with caution. Yes, art reflects trends in society, but this rule does not always work, and when it does, this "display" often does not occur as clearly and clumsily as the article shows.

    By the way, about blacks, movies and BLM and other things that frighten "conservatively" (although they have no idea about real conservatism) minded citizens:

    The character of Tom Jackson from "Red Devils" about the struggle of young communists in Ukraine during the Civil War was played by a black actor. Theoretically, a dark-skinned person, of course, could have been in Soviet Russia during the civil war, but something, somehow, too ...

    In the 1937 Soviet film adaptation of Treasure Island, the character of Jim Hoskins was played by a female actress (under the name Ginny);

    In the film "The Prince and the Pauper" Soviet actress Maria Barabanova played 2 male roles at once - in fact, the Prince and the Beggar.

    Alisa Freindlich (!) Played the Kid in the performance of the Lensovet Theater "Kid and Carlson" when she was over 30 (!!) and she herself was already a mother (!!!).

    Valentina Sperantova played the roles of boys in the theater until her 50 years;

    Theatrical director Roman Viktyuk generally gives most of the female roles to male actors.

    And for some reason, these facts do not cause hysterics in anyone about the "dominance of blacks, g.e. in and other minorities", "g.i-lobby" and "Overton windows".

    Why is the black Anne Boleyn worse? Does the film claim to be historical documentary? No, this is a feature film. Black Anne Boleyn looks, of course, unusual, but this is just a matter of habit and stereotyped perception. Someone and 30-year-old Alisa Freundlich did not really pull on the Kid, but who cares about it now?

    Well, "Bondiana" has long required such a normal reboot. And a black female character with a non-standard orientation is no worse than a white hetero male
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 11 October 2021 21: 03
      +1
      Your entire comment is a sheer juggling, which is not surprising. hi
      1. Cyril Offline Cyril
        Cyril (Kirill) 11 October 2021 23: 36
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        well, of course, as soon as I give specific examples that do not fit into your ideological paradigm - so sheer distortion :)
        1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
          Marzhecki (Sergei) 14 October 2021 08: 36
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          Your examples are absolutely unfortunate. You are just substituting concepts


          Once again, Sergei. "Anne Boleyn", as a film about Mannerheim, is not a falsification of history, if only because they do not claim this title. This is a feature film.

          Let's digress from historical films.

          Here's a specific example of juggling.
          Feature Film? Write a script on any topic and film it with white or black actors. Once you use real historical characters, the movie becomes historical.
          If you replace the white queen with a black one, you are falsifying history.

          That is, whites can play dark-skinned or dark-skinned, this is "part of their craft", and black whites - "falsification of history"?

          Exactly. Do not play black - white, but SUBSTITUTE white real historical characters with black actors.
          You are engaged in demagoguery and manipulation.
          1. Cyril Offline Cyril
            Cyril (Kirill) 14 October 2021 09: 35
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            Exactly. Do not play black - white, but SUBSTITUTE white real historical characters with black actors.

            First, there was no substitution. No one in the plot of the film replaced Anne Boleyn with another character with a different name, but fulfilling the same historical role. For example, if in the plot of the film it was said that the second wife of King Henry 8 of Tudor was not the white Anne Boleyn, but the black Jenny Mubatu (this is conditional) - then yes, there would be a substitution of historical characters. And so Anna Boleyn remained in her place, she was simply played by a black actress. Just like the Caucasian Crane played the African Semitic Nefertiti.

            Feature Film? Write a script on any topic and film it with white or black actors. Once you use real historical characters, the movie becomes historical.
            If you replace the white queen with a black one, you are falsifying history.

            Sergei, first understand the terminology and how the concepts of "artistic", "documentary", "scientific-historical" and "historical" are related. You have confusion about these concepts, hence all the problems.
  10. Cyril Offline Cyril
    Cyril (Kirill) 12 October 2021 00: 43
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    Here I would like to make a small digression, remembering another film saga, which was forced to transform significantly under the influence of public opinion in the West. This is, of course, the famous Game of Thrones.
    Beginning as a film adaptation of George Martin's works close to the original, the series eventually turned into a manifesto of ardent feminism, where strong women rule the world. How real is this in the world of the "Middle Ages" is a big question, but who is interested in plausibility in such cases? The main thing is a slogan and a political declaration.

    First, female ruler or co-ruler characters have been in The Game throughout the series, not just towards the end.

    Secondly, the history of the Ancient World and the Middle Ages is full of examples of female personalities who directly ruled the country or took part in this government. We recall Hatshepsut, Zenobia, the same Cleopatra, the Georgian queen Tamara, the Byzantine empress Irina, the Russian princess Olga who burned the Drevlyans, the Hungarian Erzhebet Bathory, the Russian princess Anastasia Slutskaya, etc.

    If you read the biography of Princess Olga, then she was such a trash and frenzy that "Game of Thrones" is just a fairy tale for children in comparison.

    From real women warriors, we remember Jeanne d'Arc, Lady Agnes Randolph, Jeanne de Dampierre, Countess Matilda of Tuscany, Egyptian queen Yahhotep.

    As you can see, in real history there were a lot of examples of women rulers and women warriors, quite strong and independent. But who cares when the article needs to kick "femok" again, right?)
    1. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
      Marzhecki (Sergei) 14 October 2021 09: 24
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      What a long list. True, the overwhelming majority belongs to the era of the Ancient World and the Early Middle Ages, and the "Game" conventionally represents the later Middle Ages.
      And what does this have to do with the female warriors, to be honest, I did not understand. To make the list longer? smile
      PS .., I don’t care about "femkos" at all. I care about falsifying history to please aggressive minorities.
      1. Cyril Offline Cyril
        Cyril (Kirill) 14 October 2021 09: 49
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        What a long list. True, the overwhelming majority belongs to the era of the Ancient World and the Early Middle Ages, and the "Game" conventionally represents the later Middle Ages.

        The "Game" presents "analogues" of several real historical eras at once - from the Early ("barbarian") Middle Ages (conditionally North of Westeros, the possession of the Starks) to the Late (conditionally South of Westeros, the possession of the Lannisters), as well as elements similar to elements of the culture of the Ancient World (the same Egypt or Mesopotamia).

        And what does this have to do with the female warriors, to be honest, I did not understand. To make the list longer?

        The fact that all the female warriors I mentioned did not act alone, but led combat detachments, consisting mainly of men. That is, they showed leadership qualities, took leading positions.

        This was my answer to your line:

        How real is this in the world of the "Middle Ages" is a big question, but who is interested in plausibility in such cases?

        So there is no "big question" - the real history of the real world shows that this has happened and has happened quite often. You just have no idea about it.

        I don’t care about "femkos" at all.

        Oh really? I quote from you again:

        Started as a film adaptation of the works of George Martin close to the original, the series eventually turned into a manifesto of ardent feminismwhere strong women rule the world. How real is this in the world of the "Middle Ages" is a big question, but who is interested in plausibility in such cases? The main thing is a slogan and a political declaration.

        I care about falsifying history to please aggressive minorities.

        Only now, apparently, you understand very little in this very story. And all the same - "falsification", "falsification".
      2. Cyril Offline Cyril
        Cyril (Kirill) 14 October 2021 09: 59
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        and in the "Game" the late Middle Ages are conventionally represented.

        Well, in the real late Middle Ages it was full of female rulers and female warriors. You can even read on Wikipedia, but in general there are many detailed articles on the Internet on this topic.
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