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<Un site american a întrebat fanii cine şi-ar dori să moară în sezonul al 7-lea din Game of Thrones.docx>

 

An American site has asked fans whom they want to die in the seventh season of Game of Thrones.

Site-ul de predicţii cinematografice Gold Derby le-a cerut fanilor “Game of Thrones”, al cărui al şaptelea sezon este difuzat începând de duminică, să voteze personajele a căror moarte o doresc cel mai mult în acest sezon. Poate deloc suprinzător, ţinând cont de evoluţiile lor din sezonul al şaselea, pe primele locuri în topul resentimentelor fanilor s-au aflat Cersei şi Littlefinger.

The cinematic predictions site Derby Gold requested the fans of Game of Thrones , the seventh season of which will be broadcast starting on Sunday, to vote for the people whom they most want want to die in this season. It could be not at all surprising taking into account the development of the sixth season, in first place the resentment of fans was found out Cersei and Littlefinger.

“Când joci Jocul tronurilor, câştigi sau mori. Nu există cale de mijloc”, i-a spus Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey) lui Ned Stark în primul sezon al “Game of Thrones”. La puţin timp după aceea Ned a murit, decapitat de fiul lui Cersei, Regele Joffrey (Jack Gleeson). În cele din urmă Cersei a câştigat, urcând pe Tronul de fier la finalul sezonului al şaselea, deşi a costat-o aproape totul. Până atunci, toţi cei trei copii ai ei au murit: Joffrey şi Myrcella (Nell Tiger Free) au fost otrăviţi, în timp ce Tommen s-a sinucis după ce Cersei i-a ucis soţia, alături de mulţi alţi membri ai curţii, într-o explozie gigantică.

“When the game of thrones is played you win or die. There is no middle way” said Cersei Lannnister who plays Ned Stark in the first seasons of Game of Thrones. The least time after these Ned died ; decapitated by the son of Cersei, the king Joffrey (Jack Gleeson). In these next Cersei has won, urcand on the Throne of iron the final season to the sixth . These cost him almost all. Until then all three of their children had died; Joffrey and Myrcella were killed in the time which Tommen committed suicide after which Cersei killed his wife; Furthermore; many members were killed i gigantic explosions.

 

Aşadar, scrie Gold Derby, Cersei a fost neîndurătoare în modul în care a jucat Jocul tronurilor. Când însă i-am întrebat pe fani cine ar trebui să fie pe tronul din Westeros la finalul serialului, Cersei nu a câştigat multe voturi. Aşa că, dacă nu ar trebui să câştige Jocul tronurilor, ar trebui să moară?, întreabă Gold Derby despre popularul personaj, îndemnându-i pe fanii serialului să voteze pe site.

This is what Gold Derby wrote, Cersei was undoubtedly in the mode in which he judged the game of Thrones. When insa they asked the fans who they needed in the throng of the west in the final series, Cersei did not win many votes. So if he did not win the game of Thrones did he need to die? This is what Gold Derby asked the fans to vote about. He asked about the popular person to the fans on the site.

Conform voturilor acordate, 34% dintre fani au votat pentru moartea lui Cersei, 27% pentru cea a lui Littlefinger, 11% îşi doresc moartea lui Theon Greyjoy, iar 7% pe cea a Ellariei Sand.

Conforming to the votes 34 per cent of the fans voted for the death of Cersei, 27 per cent for that of Littlefinger, 11 per cent of them wanted the death of Theon Greyjoy, 7 per cent for that of Ellariei Sand.

De-a lungul serialului au existat mai multe morţi de personaje primite cu urale de fani, precum cele ale sadicului Joffrey sau monstruosului Ramsay Bolton.

In the length of the serial there were many more deaths of important people which caused a fan outcry. Among them was that of the sadist Joffrey or the monster of Ramsay Bolton.

În acelaşi timp, site-ul de predicţii îi întreabă pe fani dacă nu şi-ar dori mai degrabă să-i vadă morţi pe Jon Snow (Kit Harington), Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) sau Daenerys Targaryen (Emilia Clarke), personajele pozitive ale serialului.AGERPRES

In thise time the site predicted the questions of the fans if they were given the death of Jon Snow, Sansa Stark, or Daenerys, Targaryen, positive people from the series.

 

 

Let Myers write for the Times.

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Kevin Myers if one of Ireland’s best regarded journalists. For decades he has been known for his incisive reportage, his coverage of the Troubles and his tendentious columns.

Lately there has been much comment on BBC pay scales where two-thirds of the best paid presenters are male. Kevin  Myers wrote about some of the most handsomely remunerated women in the BBC. Mr Myers pointed out that these two women : Claudia Winkelmanna dn Vanessa Feltz are Jewish. He went on to write that people of that ethno-religious community “are not known for selling their talent for the lowest possible price.” Is any community known for selling itself short? I think not.

*What was the implication of Myers’ column? Was he suggesting that they are better paid on account of being Semites? Do they drive a hard bargain or is there Jewish Cabal that helps them? The former is the kindest interpretation of his words. It could be that this man is peddling Judophobia

Myers has long been noted for his controversial columns: The Times knew this. He once called himself a Holocaust denier. When he explained his beliefs it was patent that he was nothing of the sort. The worst thıng he saıd was the horrıfıcally offensıve claım that Afrıca exports nothıng but AIDS. Myers seems to be juvenile and prone to stoking controversy simply to attract attention.

There are two ıssues here – do I agree wıth hıs vıews and second of all should he be allozed to wrote for the Tımes of London ın spite of his edgy vıews. I disagree with what he wrote about Miss Feltz and Miss Winkelmann. Some of those who profess the most outrage about Myers’ column will be Zionists. One could draw the inference from this piece that Jewish people are avaricious. This is a well known anti Semitic trope. Yet Zionists then defend the State of Israel which appointed spokespeople who call for the deliberate killing of civilians. This is much worse than Myers’ unpleasant opinions. This is not to say that everyone is permitted to be horrid to different ethnicities. It would be better if no one disseminated such bile. If Myers does not learn his lesson then perhaps in future he should be let go.

Of course the Times should still keep him on. They approved his column without endorsing every word. We read columns to expose ourselves to views that we do not share. That incldues unpalatable ones like tthose of Myers to some extent he is a provocateur. He is paid to stir controversy. We do not want anodyne columns.