People clapped so much

People clapped so much

But what did this even mean?

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it's not for you to understand the meaning chud

>I am not going to be held by back the constraints of the system but I am going to destroy the very system itself

Something along those lines.

I think that Martin was trying, in some way, to depict the transition from a feudal system to what would eventually become the Capitalist society we know today. The Iron Bank, and Littlefinger, and the intrigue of King's Landing already give the series a Renaissance rather than Medieval tone. He's just not that good a world-builder, and clearly only reads popular history books.

Women are poor drivers.

Democracy, ofc.

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What did she mean by this anyway, she wanted to be a monarch not a revolutionary

How? Her only claim to rule is through that system

Not even the most accomplished historian can build a world that deep. His selling point is still the drama, after all.

It's pretty clear if you look at the whole quote. The wheel represents the system of power that's in place. She's saying it doesn't matter who's in control because it's designed to crush those at the bottom. She wants to permanently end that.

Fair point, maybe it's not something worth attempting in a fantasy series though.

>feudal system to capitalist society we know today
>wants to go from slavery to slavery with extra steps

I would break my dick off in her ass

She was supposed to be naive here
Every ruler thinks they are revolutionary.

Even though true revolution would be saying goodbye to the concept of monerchs which she absolutely does not want
She thinks she is different than other leaders but he is just one of them.

Her claim to rule is the 3 dragons that will push everyone's shit in dummy.

>She was supposed to be naive here
The showrunners sort of forgot to portray Danerys as anything but a saint

Of course, she was lying. She clearly had no intention of upending the system.

I have no idea since she's screeching about her birthright every ten minutes

She did though.

Even Marxists don't say things that are this cringeworthy, this is effectively anarchoid rhetoric. You would fold like paper if you had to work one day as a peasant. I'm not saying that the middle ages was a time of darkness and misery, but I am glad that I am literate and work a relatively easy job.

That’s still ruling the same as everyone else though. How is having dragons different

She has dragons

>I'm not going to kill the buck
>I'm going to break the buck

It saved money.

>its not slavery because it used to be harder
Really makes me think

No you aren't.

So did Aegon, and like half the Targaryen kings after. That isn’t breaking the wheel lmao

but user, a well-intended but misplaced ambition to improve the world is literally fascism! (this message brought to you by Goldman Sachs).

She didn't say get rid of all rulers, she said get rid of the system that's designed to keep people down.

>Even Marxists don't say things that are this cringeworthy

they definitely do though, they just hide it using intentionally unreadable verbose prose.

Aegon used dragons to make the wheel, she wants to use dragons to break it.

How? Feudal monarchies rely entirely on that.

Nice clapback sis

This. You fucking scumbags have no idea how good you have it. Times are better than ever and you are free to quit your job and do whatever you want. No one is forcing you to do pretty much anything in modern society beyond what’s required to be bare minimum decent and they even make exceptions there. These fucking leftist entitled soft BITCHES make me sick.

Feudal monarchies don't have dragons to threaten people with

The Wheel of Time turns, and Ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend.
Legend fades to myth, and even myth is long forgotten when the Age that gave it birth comes again.
In one Age, called the Third Age by some, an Age yet to come, an Age long past, a wind rose above the great mountainous island of Tremalking.
The wind was not the beginning.
There are neither beginnings nor endings to the Wheel of Time.
But it was a beginning.

Don't get me wrong, I'm not an apologist for Capitalism. If a better system can replace it, why not work towards it. However, I agree that whining resentful leftists are largely scum.

>you have it good so that means things can never be better
Literal backwards thinking. You aren't saying anything new by saying things could be worse. I bet even in those eras there were retards with your mindset saying people don't know how good they got it.

it's fun to imagine a version of the last few seasons where they delivered on literally any of their promises.

They genuinely don't, and you've just outed yourself as a retard if you think Marxist writing is verbose. A huge chunk of Marx's writings is a critique of Socialism.

I got the impression it meant she wasn't just going to win the cycle of revolutions, she was going to break that cycle.