Game of Thrones and Pakistani Politics: The Similarities are Surprising
This post contains spoilers for the seventh season of Game of Thrones.
Game of Thrones returned with its season 7. Three episodes have been aired till now. Ever since then, #GameOfThrones is trending on Pakistani Twitter. Many people, who are not fond of GoT seemed offended because of the hype and tweets. But we know it’s unstoppable! The hype is worth it.
In the first episode of season 7, viewers were amazed to see Ed Sheeran but unfortunately, he got trolled so badly that he decided to leave Twitter. Here are few Pakistani tweets:
Moving on, before episode 2, Prime Minister, Nawaz Shareef, got disqualified. That’s how Pakistani’s reacted to episode 2 and Sharif’s disqualification:
Not sure Pakistan’s Prime Ministers or Kings of Westeros.
Some people tried to place Pakistani politicians in GoT. Every twist and turn through memes and hilarious tweets.
— Patari (@patarimusic) August 1, 2017
Whatever the consequences are, GoT is must watch!
No wonder both shows, Panama Verdict and GoT, are based around ‘who deserves the power.’ And till now, both shows haven’t reached a verdict. Interesting coincidence, isn’t it?
To understand this, let’s move on to the next episode of GoT. The 3rd episode turned quite interesting and the credit goes to Lady Oleanna when she revealed the fact to Jaime Lannister that she poisoned Joffrey and asked him to make sure Cersei learns the truth too. But here’s a quick reminder, ‘A Lannister always pays his debts.’
There are many people talking about Sansa Stark and Lord Baelish.
Not just that, Daenerys and Jon Snow finally met but it didn’t go the way everyone hoped for it to go. Fans expect them to become the power couple of the show. Nonetheless, people really enjoyed this scene.
Here are a few moments of joy:
People put on their prediction cap and expressed on twitter what could happen next.
What are your predictions? Share in the comments.