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Gorbachev urged his Central and Southeast European counterparts to imitate perestroika and glasnost in their own countries. However, while reformists in Hungary and Poland were emboldened by the force of liberalization spreading from the east, other Eastern bloc countries remained openly skeptical and demonstrated aversion to reform. By the late s, people in the Caucasus and Baltic states were demanding more autonomy from Moscow , and the Kremlin was losing some of its control over certain regions and elements in the Soviet Union.

In November , the Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic issued a declaration of sovereignty , [17] which would eventually lead to other states making similar declarations of autonomy. The Chernobyl disaster in April had major political and social effects that catalyzed or at least partially caused the revolutions of One political result of the disaster was the greatly increased significance of the new Soviet policy of glasnost.

Throughout the mids, Solidarity persisted solely as an underground organization, supported by the Catholic Church. However, by the late s, Solidarity became sufficiently strong to frustrate Jaruzelski's attempts at reform, and nationwide strikes in forced the government to open dialogue with Solidarity.

On 9 March , both sides agreed to a bicameral legislature called the National Assembly. The already existing Sejm would become the lower house. The Senate would be elected by the people. Traditionally a ceremonial office, the presidency was given more powers [21] Polish Round Table Agreement. On 7 July , President Mikhail Gorbachev implicitly renounced the use of force against other Soviet-bloc nations.

Speaking to members of the nation Council of Europe, Mr. Gorbachev made no direct reference to the so-called Brezhnev Doctrine , under which Moscow had asserted the right to use force to prevent a Warsaw Pact member from leaving the Communist fold.

He stated, "Any interference in domestic affairs and any attempts to restrict the sovereignty of states—friends, allies or any others—are inadmissible". Poland became the first Warsaw Pact country to break free of Soviet domination. In February , in one of the first peaceful, mass-movement revolutions against a dictatorship, the People Power Revolution in the Philippines peacefully overthrew dictator Ferdinand Marcos and inaugurated Cory Aquino as president.

The domino effect of the revolutions of affected other regimes as well. The South African apartheid regime and Pinochet 's military dictatorship in Chile were gradually dismantled during the s as the West withdrew their funding and diplomatic support. Exact tallies of the number of democracies vary depending on the criteria used for assessment, but by some measures by the late s there were well over democracies in the world, a marked increase in just a few decades.

A wave of strikes hit Poland in April and May Over the next few days, sixteen other mines went on strike followed by a number of shipyards, including on 22 August the Gdansk Shipyard , famous as the epicentre of the industrial unrest that spawned Solidarity. On 18 January at a stormy session of the Tenth Plenary Session of the ruling United Workers' Party , General Wojciech Jaruzelski , the First Secretary, managed to get party backing for formal negotiations with Solidarity leading to its future legalisation, although this was achieved only by threatening the resignation of the entire party leadership if thwarted.

On 4 April the historic Round Table Agreement was signed legalising Solidarity and setting up partly free parliamentary elections to be held on 4 June incidentally, the day following the midnight crackdown on Chinese protesters in Tiananmen Square. A political earthquake followed as the victory of Solidarity surpassed all predictions.

Solidarity candidates captured all the seats they were allowed to compete for in the Sejm , while in the Senate they captured 99 out of the available seats with the one remaining seat taken by an independent candidate. At the same time, many prominent Communist candidates failed to gain even the minimum number of votes required to capture the seats that were reserved for them.

On 19 August , in a stunning watershed moment, Tadeusz Mazowiecki , an anti-Communist editor, Solidarity supporter, and devout Catholic, was nominated as Prime Minister of Poland and the Soviet Union voiced no protest. In a tense Parliament, Mazowiecki received votes, with 4 against and 41 abstentions.

The Warsaw Pact was dissolved on 1 July On 27 October the first entirely free Polish parliamentary elections since took place. This completed Poland's transition from Communist Party rule to a Western-style liberal democratic political system. The last Russian troops left Poland on 18 September Following Poland's lead, Hungary was next to switch to a non-Communist government.

On 12 January , the Parliament adopted a "democracy package", which included trade union pluralism; freedom of association, assembly, and the press; a new electoral law; and a radical revision of the constitution, among other provisions. Mass demonstrations on 15 March, the National Day, persuaded the regime to begin negotiations with the emergent non-Communist political forces.

Round Table talks began on 22 April and continued until the Round Table agreement was signed on 18 September. On 1 June the Communist Party admitted that former Prime Minister Imre Nagy , hanged for treason for his role in the Hungarian uprising, was executed illegally after a show trial. The Round Table agreement of 18 September encompassed six draft laws that covered an overhaul of the Constitution , establishment of a Constitutional Court , the functioning and management of political parties, multiparty elections for National Assembly deputies, the penal code and the law on penal procedures the last two changes represented an additional separation of the Party from the state apparatus.

On 2 May , Hungary started dismantling its barbed-wire border with Austria , opening a large hole through the Iron Curtain to the West that was used by a growing number of East Germans. By the end of September , more than 30, East Germans had escaped to the West before the GDR denied travel to Hungary, leaving Czechoslovakia as the only neighboring state to which East Germans could escape.

Thousands of East Germans tried to reach the West by occupying the West German diplomatic facilities in other Central and Eastern European capitals, notably the Prague Embassy and the Hungarian Embassy, where thousands camped in the muddy garden from August to November waiting for German political reform. The GDR closed the border to the Czechoslovakia on 3 October, thereby isolating itself from all its neighbors.

Having been shut off from their last chance for escape, an increasing number of East Germans participated in the Monday demonstrations in Leipzig on 4, 11, and 18 September, each attracting 1, to 1, demonstrators.

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Eating ass milf cabaret Many were arrested and beaten, but the people refused to be intimidated. On 25 September, the protests attracted 8, demonstrators.

However, Honecker remained opposed to internal reform, with his regime even going so far as forbidding the circulation of Soviet publications that it viewed as subversive. In spite of rumors that the Communists were planning a massacre on 9 October, 70, citizens demonstrated in Leipzig that Monday, and the authorities on the ground refused to open fire.

This victory of the people facing down the Communists' guns encouraged more citizens to take to the streets. The following Monday, 16 October, , people demonstrated on the streets of Leipzig. Erich Honecker had hoped that the Soviet troops stationed in the GDR by the Warsaw Pact would restore the communist government and suppress the civilian protests.

By the Soviet government deemed it impractical for the Soviet Union to continue asserting its control over the Eastern Bloc, so it took a neutral stance regarding the events happening in East Germany. Soviet troops stationed in eastern Europe were under strict instructions from the Soviet leadership not to intervene in the political affairs of the Eastern Bloc nations and remained in their barracks.

Faced with ongoing civil unrest, the SED deposed Honecker on 18 October and replaced him with the number-two-man in the regime, Egon Krenz. However, the demonstrations kept growing, and on Monday 23 October the Leipzig protesters numbered , and remained as large the following week. The border to Czechoslovakia was opened again on 1 November, and the Czechoslovak authorities soon let all East Germans travel directly to West Germany without further bureaucratic ado, thus lifting their part of the Iron Curtain on 3 November.

On 4 November the authorities decided to authorize a demonstration in Berlin and were faced with the Alexanderplatz demonstration , where half a million citizens converged on the capital demanding freedom in the biggest protest the GDR ever witnessed. Unable to stem the ensuing flow of refugees to the West through Czechoslovakia, the East German authorities eventually caved in to public pressure by allowing East German citizens to enter West Berlin and West Germany directly, via existing border points, on 9 November , without having properly briefed the border guards.

The guards were quickly overwhelmed by the growing crowds of people demanding to be let out into West Berlin. After receiving no feedback from their superiors, the guards, unwilling to use force, relented and opened the gates to West Berlin. Soon new crossing points were forced open in the Berlin Wall by the people, and sections of the wall were literally torn down as this symbol of oppression was overwhelmed.

The bewildered guards were unaware of what was happening and meekly stood by as the East Germans took to the wall with hammers and chisels. A new government was formed under a considerably more liberal Communist, Hans Modrow. On 15 January , the Stasi's headquarters was stormed by protesters. Modrow became the de facto leader of East Germany until free elections were held on 18 March —the first held in that part of Germany since The two Germanies were reunified on 3 October The Kremlin's willingness to abandon such a strategically vital ally marked a dramatic shift by the Soviet superpower and a fundamental paradigm change in international relations, which until had been dominated by the East-West divide running through Berlin itself.

The "Velvet Revolution" was a non-violent transition of power in Czechoslovakia from the Communist government to a parliamentary republic. On 17 November , riot police suppressed a peaceful student demonstration in Prague, although controversy continues over whether anyone died that night. That event sparked a series of popular demonstrations from 19 November to late December.

By 20 November the number of peaceful protesters assembled in Prague had swelled from , the previous day to an estimated half-million. A two-hour general strike, involving all citizens of Czechoslovakia, was successfully held on 27 November. With the collapse of other Communist governments, and increasing street protests, the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia announced on 28 November that it would relinquish power and dismantle the single-party state.

Barbed wire and other obstructions were removed from the border with West Germany and Austria in early December. In June Czechoslovakia held its first democratic elections since On 27 June the last Soviet troops were withdrawn from Czechoslovakia. In October and November , demonstrations on ecological issues were staged in Sofia, where demands for political reform were also voiced.

The demonstrations were suppressed, but on 10 November the day after the Berlin Wall was breached Bulgaria's long-serving leader Todor Zhivkov was ousted by his Politburo. He was succeeded by a considerably more liberal Communist, former foreign minister Petar Mladenov. Moscow apparently approved the leadership change, as Zhivkov had been opposed to Gorbachev's policies.

The new regime immediately repealed restrictions on free speech and assembly, which led to the first mass demonstration on 17 November, as well as the formation of anti-communist movements. Mladenov announced on 11 December that the Communist Party would abandon its monopoly on power, and that multiparty elections would be held the following year.

In February , the Bulgarian legislature deleted the portion of the constitution about the "leading role" of the Communist Party. Eventually, it was decided that a round table on the Polish model would be held in and elections held by June The round table took place from 3 January to 14 May , at which an agreement was reached on the transition to democracy.

In June the first free elections since were held, won by the Bulgarian Socialist Party. However, to his shock the crowd booed and jeered him as he spoke. However, on the morning of 22 December, the Romanian military suddenly changed sides. This came after it was announced that defense minister Vasile Milea had committed suicide after being unmasked as a traitor.

Believing Milea had actually been murdered, the rank-and-file soldiers went over virtually en masse to the revolution. However, they managed to escape via a helicopter waiting for them on the roof of the building. An interim National Salvation Front Council led by Ion Iliescu took over and announced elections for April , the first free elections held in Romania since These were, however, postponed until 20 May The Romanian Revolution was the bloodiest of the revolutions of Unlike its kindred parties in the Warsaw Pact, the PCR simply melted away; no present-day Romanian party claiming to be its successor has ever been elected to the legislature since the change of system.

It was a multi-ethnic state which Tito was able to maintain through a Yugoslav patriotic doctrine of " Brotherhood and unity ". Tensions between ethnicities began to escalate, however, with the so-called Croatian Spring of —71, a movement for greater Croatian autonomy, which was suppressed. Constitutional changes were instituted in , and the Yugoslav Constitution devolved some federal powers to the constituent republics and provinces.

Parallel to the same process, Slovenia initiated a policy of gradual liberalization in , somewhat similar to the Soviet Perestroika. This provoked tensions between the League of Communists of Slovenia and the central Yugoslav Party and federal army. By the late s, many civil society groups were pushing towards democratization , while widening the space for cultural plurality.

In and , a series of clashes between the emerging civil society and the Communist regime culminated with the so-called Slovene Spring , a mass movement for democratic reforms. The Committee for the Defence of Human Rights was established as the platform of all major non-Communist political movements. By early , several anti-Communist political parties were already openly functioning, challenging the hegemony of the Slovenian Communists.

Soon, the Slovenian Communists, pressured by their own civil society, came into conflict with the Serbian Communist leadership. In January , an extraordinary Congress of the League of Communists of Yugoslavia was called in order to settle the disputes among its constituent parties. Faced with being completely outnumbered, the Slovenian and Croatian Communists walked out of the Congress on 23 January , thus effectively bringing to an end to Yugoslavia's communist party.

Both parties of the two western republics negotiated free multi-party elections with their own opposition movements. Free elections on the level of the federation were never carried out. The Slovenian and Croatian leaderships started preparing plans for secession from the federation, while the Serbs of Croatia organized the so-called Log Revolution , an insurrection that would lead to the creation of the breakaway region of SAO Krajina.

In the Slovenian independence referendum on 23 December , The escalating ethnic and national tensions were exacerbated by the drive for independence and led to the following Yugoslav wars:. His successor, Ramiz Alia , began to gradually open up the regime from above. In , the first revolts started in Shkodra and spread in other cities.

Eventually, the existing regime introduced some liberalization, including measures in providing for freedom to travel abroad. Efforts were begun to improve ties with the outside world. March elections—the first free elections in Albania since , and only the third free elections in the country's history—left the former Communists in power, but a general strike and urban opposition led to the formation of a coalition cabinet including non-Communists.

Albania's former Communists were routed in elections held in March , amid economic collapse and social unrest. Mongolia declared independence in during the fall of the Qing dynasty. It ended with the authoritarian government resigning without bloodshed. During the morning of 10 December , the first public demonstration occurred in front of the Youth Cultural Center in the capital of Ulaanbaatar.

The protesters called for Mongolia to adopt perestroika and glasnost. Dissident leaders demanded free elections and economic reform, but within the context of a "human democratic socialism". In late December , demonstrations increased when news came of Garry Kasparov 's interview in Playboy , suggesting that the Soviet Union could improve its economic health by selling Mongolia to China.

Protesters carried banners alluding to Chinggis Khaan also referred to Genghis Khan , rehabilitating a figure whom Soviet schooling neglected to praise. In subsequent months of , activists continued to organize demonstrations, rallies, protests and hunger strikes, as well as teachers' and workers' strikes. The government sent no representative to what became a demonstration of over , people demanding democratic change.

Mongolia's first free, multi-party elections for a bicameral parliament took place on 29 July Opposition parties were not able to nominate enough candidates. The opposition nominated candidates for the seats in the Great Hural upper house. In November , the People's Great Hural began discussion on a new constitution , which entered into force on 12 February In addition, the new constitution restructured the legislative branch of government, creating a unicameral legislature, the State Great Hural SGH.

The MPRP retained its majority, but lost the elections. The final Russian troops, which had stationed in Mongolia in , fully withdrew in December While China did not undergo a revolution in , a popular national movement led to large demonstrations in favor of democratic reforms.

Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping — had developed the concept of socialism with Chinese characteristics and enacted local market economy reforms around , but the policy had stalled. The first Chinese student demonstrations, which eventually led to the Beijing protests of , took place in December in Hefei.

The students called for campus elections, the chance to study abroad and greater availability of Western pop culture. Their protests took advantage of the loosening political atmosphere and included rallies against the slow pace of reform. By the eve of Hu's state funeral, some , students had gathered at Tiananmen Square to observe it; however, no leaders emerged from the Great Hall.

The movement lasted for seven weeks. Mikhail Gorbachev visited China on 15 May during the protests, bringing many foreign news agencies to Beijing, and their sympathetic portrayals of the protesters helped galvanize a spirit of liberation among the Central, South-East and Eastern Europeans who were watching.

The Chinese leadership, particularly Communist Party general secretary Zhao Ziyang , who had begun to radically reform the economy earlier than the Soviets, was open to political reform, but not at the cost of a potential return to the disorder of the Cultural Revolution. The movement lasted from Hu's death on 15 April until tanks rolled into Tiananmen Square on 4 June In Beijing, the military response to the protest by the PRC government left many civilians in charge of clearing the square of the dead and severely injured.

The exact number of casualties is not known and many different estimates exist. The Malta Summit consisted of a meeting between U. President George H. Bush and U. It was their second meeting following a meeting that included then President Ronald Reagan, in New York in December President Franklin D. Roosevelt agreed on a post-war plan for Europe at the Yalta Conference.

Between June and April , every Communist or former Communist country in Central and Eastern Europe and Central Asia—and in the case of the USSR and Yugoslavia, every constituent republic—held competitive parliamentary elections for the first time in many decades. Some elections were only partly free, while others were fully democratic. The chronology below gives the details of these historic elections, and the dates are the first day of voting as several elections were split over several days for run-off contests:.

On 1 July , the Warsaw Pact was officially dissolved at a meeting in Prague. At a summit later that same month, Gorbachev and Bush declared a US—Soviet strategic partnership, decisively marking the end of the Cold War. President Bush declared that US—Soviet cooperation during the — Gulf War had laid the groundwork for a partnership in resolving bilateral and world problems. As the Soviet Union rapidly withdrew its forces from Central and Southeast Europe, the spillover from the upheavals began reverberating throughout the Soviet Union itself.

Agitation for self-determination led to first Lithuania, and then Estonia, Latvia and Armenia declaring independence. However, the Soviet central government demanded the revocation of the declarations and threatened military action and economic sanctions. The government even went as far as controversially sending Soviet Army troops to the streets of the Lithuanian capital, Vilnius , to suppress the separatist movements in January , causing the deaths of 14 people.

Disaffection in other Soviet republics, such as Georgia and Azerbaijan, was countered by promises of greater decentralization. More open elections led to the election of candidates opposed to Communist Party rule. Glasnost had inadvertently released the long-suppressed national sentiments of all peoples within the borders of the multinational Soviet state.

These nationalist movements were further strengthened by the rapid deterioration of the Soviet economy, whose ramshackle foundations were exposed with the removal of Communist discipline. Gorbachev's reforms had failed to improve the economy, with the old Soviet command structure completely breaking down. One by one, the constituent republics created their own economic systems and voted to subordinate Soviet laws to local laws.

In , the Communist Party was forced to surrender its seven-decade monopoly of political power when the Supreme Soviet rescinded the clause in the Soviet Constitution that guaranteed its sole authority to rule. Gorbachev's policies caused the Communist Party to lose its grip over the media. Details of the Soviet Union's past were quickly being declassified.

This caused many to distrust the 'old system' and push for greater autonomy and independence. After a referendum confirmed the preservation of the Soviet Union but in a looser form, a group of Soviet hard-liners represented by Vice-President Gennadi Yanayev launched a coup attempting to overthrow Gorbachev in August Boris Yeltsin , then president of the Russian SFSR , rallied the people and much of the army against the coup and the effort collapsed.

Although restored to power, Gorbachev's authority had been irreparably undermined. Gorbachev resigned as General Secretary of the Communist Party following the coup, and the Supreme Soviet dissolved the Party and banned all Communist activity on Soviet soil. Just a few weeks later, the government granted the Baltic states their independence on 6 September.

Over the next three months, one republic after another declared independence, mostly out of fear of another coup. Also during this time, the Soviet government was rendered useless as the new Russian government began taking over what remained of it, including the Kremlin.

The penultimate step came on 1 December, when voters in the second most powerful republic, Ukraine, overwhelmingly voted to secede from the Soviet Union in a referendum. This ended any realistic chance of keeping the Soviet Union together. On 8 December, Yeltsin met with his counterparts from Ukraine and Belarus and signed the Belavezha Accords , declaring that the Soviet Union had ceased to exist.

Gorbachev denounced this as illegal, but he had long since lost any ability to influence events outside of Moscow. Two weeks later, 11 of the remaining 12 republics—all except Georgia—signed the Alma-Ata Protocol , which confirmed the Soviet Union had been effectively dissolved and replaced by a new voluntary association, the Commonwealth of Independent States.

Bowing to the inevitable, Gorbachev resigned as Soviet president on 25 December, and the Supreme Soviet ratified the Belavezha Accords the next day, legally dissolving itself and the Soviet Union as a political entity. By the end of , the few Soviet institutions that hadn't been taken over by Russia had dissolved. The Soviet Union was officially disbanded, breaking up into fifteen constituent parts, thereby ending the world's largest and most influential Socialist state, and leaving to China that position.

A constitutional crisis dissolved into violence in Moscow as the Russian Army was called in to reestablish order. Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania implemented democratic reforms and achieved independence from the Soviet Union. The Singing Revolution is a commonly used name for events between and that led to the restoration of the independence of Estonia , Latvia and Lithuania.

Lithuania followed on 18 May and Latvia on 28 July Lithuania declared full independence on 11 March and on 30 March, Estonia announced the start of a transitional period to independence, followed by Latvia on 4 May. These declarations were met with force from the Soviet Union in early , in confrontations known as the "January Events" in Lithuania and " The Barricades " in Latvia.

The Baltic states contended that their incorporation into the Soviet Union had been illegal under both international law and their own law, and they were reasserting an independence that still legally existed. Soon after the launching of the August coup, Estonia and Latvia declared full independence. By the time the coup was foiled, the USSR was no longer unified enough to mount a forceful resistance, and it recognized the independence of the Baltic states on 6 September.

In Chechnya an autonomous republic within Russian SFSR that had a strong desire for independence , using tactics partly copied from the Baltics, anti-Communist coalition forces led by former Soviet general Dzhokhar Dudayev staged a largely bloodless revolution, and ended up forcing the resignation of the Communist republican president.

Dudayev was elected in a landslide in the following election and in November he proclaimed Checheno-Ingushetia 's independence as the Republic of Ichkeria. Ingushetia voted to leave the union with Chechnya, and was allowed to do so thus it became the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria. Due to Dudayev's desire to exclude Moscow from all oil deals, Yeltsin backed a failed coup against him in In , Chechnya, with only marginal recognition one country: Georgia, which was revoked soon after the coup landing Shevardnadze in power , was invaded by Russia, spurring the First Chechen War.

The Chechens, with considerable assistance from the populations of both former-Soviet countries and from Sunni Muslim countries repelled this invasion and a peace treaty was signed in However, Chechnya became increasingly anarchic, largely due to the both political and physical destruction of the state during the invasion, and general Shamil Basaev, having evaded all control by the central government, conducted raids into neighboring Dagestan, which Russia used as pretext for reinvading Ichkeria.

Ichkeria was then reincorporated into Russia as Chechnya again, though insurgency continues. Reforms in the Soviet Union and its allied countries also led to dramatic changes to Communist and Socialist states outside of Europe. Many Soviet-supported political parties and militant groups around the world suffered from demoralization and loss of financing.

Concurrently, many anti-Communist authoritarian states, formerly supported by the US, gradually saw a transition to democracy. Decommunization is a process of overcoming the legacies of the Communist state establishments, culture, and psychology in the post-Communist states. Decommunization was largely limited or non-existent. Communist parties were not outlawed and their members were not brought to trial.

Just a few places even attempted to exclude members of communist secret services from decision-making. In a number of countries the Communist party simply changed its name and continued to function. State run enterprises in socialist countries had little or no interest in producing what customers wanted, which resulted in shortages of goods and services.

As a result the view that Central, Southeastern and Eastern Europe would stay poor for decades was common. The collapse of the Soviet Union, and the breakdown of economic ties which followed, led to a severe economic crisis and catastrophic fall in the standards of living in the s in post-Soviet states and the former Eastern bloc. There was a temporary fall of output in the official economy and an increase in black market economic activity.

One example, generally regarded as successful was the "shock therapy" Balcerowicz Plan in Poland. Eventually the official economy began to grow. In a paper, Oleh Havrylyshyn categorized the speed of reforms in the Soviet Bloc: The same countries have also become NATO members. In Mongolia, however, the economy was reformed in a similar fashion to the Eastern European counterparts.

Economic liberalization in Vietnam was initiated in , following the Chinese example. Economic liberalization in India was initiated in Harvard University Professor Richard B. Freeman has called the effect of reforms "The Great Doubling". After hearing the comments of Maisie and Sophie about the relation between the Stark sisters in season 8 I am really looking forward to that aspect of the show!

Sansa and Arya who respect each other, understand the challenges the other has faced and see their differences as an advantage and not a threat are a force to be reckoned with. I feel pretty certain that Sansa will definitely survive. I remember you, I think! A con is a high stress situation for me. Had to take a morning of alone time, both years.

This is no typical family. Yes, KL has turned into a stinking cesspool of murder and betrayal, which in Westeros, is otherwise known as a fixer-upper. This level of intrigue would put a great strain on the typical family that you describe at the top. Sansa and tion reunite and become reagents to babes of dany and Cersie breaking the wheel and starting anew. All the living work to create a new world.

Anon ,. Ik was daar geboren and woonden in Zuid-Holland tot ik achtien was. Mijn ouders zijn Engels, maar ik ging naar een Nederlandse basis school — dus mijn Nederlands is dat van een elf-jaar-oud kind die niet gesproken heeft in twintig jaar of zo- niet zo goed!! Using the face-peeling trick in the S7 cold open should be the last time we see that.

I agree about Sam. So I believe Gilly will survive as well. Jack Bauer 24 ,. For Theon, the harder path would be as the last surviving Greyjoy show only , eking out respect morsel by morsel from the hardened Iron Islanders who have nowhere else to look for a leader.

So many great houses have been wiped off the map. Either that, or all the legendary dragons of Winterfell, Dragonstone, and the Wall will all hatch and it will be dragon mayhem! I used to be able to speak and understand it when I was young. I can still recognize it, but I have no idea what you said. Now might be a good time to cut short your little honeymoon.

The Army of the Dead is on our doorstep. Dany and Jon are more aware of the imminent threat than anyone — even without knowing about the breach of the Wall. That would be wonderful! I will firmly stand by my conviction that both of them survive until proven wrong by seeing it happen on screen. Interviews and quotes and piecing together foreshadowing can all be misleading.

Pigeon ,. I have never been able to speak it well at all, words on a page are much easier for my very limited understanding! I think that second languages are often that way — I can read French fairly well, but conversational…nope. You kind of need to be immersed in it I think.

I was much better at the traditional folk dancing. I am very surprised that you think Theon and Jaime have exactly the same arc. I have never understood it that way. I will need to consider that. She could at least go back to Tarth to take up her role there. Dark Sister: Ten Bears ,. Totally understood!!!

I absolutely loved Con, but I had to take some alone time as well. Though they saw each other at the Dragonpit summit, I think the last and only time they spoke to each other was in S1e2. Link to scene below. Back then, Jaime was a pompous swordfighter goofing on an inexperienced, NW-bound Jon.

Now, the dynamic is completely different. She could. She smiled in approval when Baby Bear spoke up in the meeting. Bearbaby may has some lessons to share as well. Baby Bear runs Bear Island now but was not necessarily expected to do so. I think Baby Bear got into the job because of a series of Mormont deaths due to war. Plus she is too young to have had sufficient prep.

But she is doing ok. I hope she makes it out alive. Same — Canadian with Norwegian roots. Rewatched twice now this year! Did you notice all the darker hair in earlier episodes of season 1? Ned had almost black hair, then it lightened up later in season. A few other characters hair was dyed dark at first too.

Made me wonder if they spliced in some of the pilot scenes to save money back then. One of the great aspects of the show is this deep in, there are so many ways the story could end for each character. Based on some of the comments Emilia Clarke has made about her ambivalent response to the end of her character arc, some hints Iian Glenn has made, and her vision in the house of the undying, I predict Jon and Daenerys will both survive and rule over a wrecked but reforming Westeros, with Daenerys focused on being the Mother of human Dragons and renewing the Targaryen line, as opposed to being the Queen of the Andals etc.

This return to a more traditional female trope will disappoint many of her fans and me for that matter. Maybe I am just bracing for that! I was rewatching season one this week and I too realised how intrigued I am by the reunion with Jaime and Jon. Jaime had negative interactions with many Starks when he was last in Winterfell; I really am intrigued to see how his reunions with many of them are going to go — most notably with Bran of course.

Episode Title Predictions. They did. You can tell which scenes were from the pilot too. The scene with Ned and Robert in the crypts is definitely from the pilot too. Same with the dinner feast. Mr Derp: Thank you, Mr. Derp, for confirming my suspicions! The skill set acquired along their journey as producers has been amazing.

Olli ,. Or it could change even later. HBO exec said comment referred to quality, not length. Said if they were going to do 2 hour episodes they would have just done 2 episodes instead. Both of his episodes are supposed to be action packed and he seems to be very determined not to overfeed us with action. So, indeed he might be still cutting seconds here and there and polishing his masterpiece s to the state of perfection.

I like your theory about David Nutter finishing his final cuts. I can go with that… It makes alot of sense. I think Sansa is toast, perhaps dying to save Arya in an interesting twist from the start of the series, where she could absolutely not stand her sister. The entire future she saw for her self just blew up in her face during this story, time after time.

I guess a lot of this hinges on how much we can trust that the will of the characters has any role in their actual destiny. IMO, the French channel made some error regarding the lengt of Ep 3: And I concur that the exact time is still being adjusted, though the exact length may become known only after the episode airs: Anyway, it all looks reasonable.

Ep 1, 2 and 3 can be seen as one movie focusing on the battle of Winterfell and they make about 3 hours in total, which is a rather standard runtime for a movie. And the finale will wrap the aftermath. So, all in all we still get like 3 movies, just as promised. The Army of the Dead suffer heavy losses at Winterfell, but stagger south, with the surviving humans having fled Winterfell ahead of them.

At the end, she double-crosses Cersei, by also detonating the cache of wildfire under the Red Keep. Oops, so sorry! That was a defining moment for her in the series…having the Vale army show up to support her and defeat the man who tormented her. It was a real turning point in her character arc — she went from victim to Lady of Winterfell and is finally in control of her life.

That being said I like your theory too! Your logic makes sense. I really have a hard time guessing what episodes 4 and 5 will be about, but the way you outlined it is probably right. As the marketing heats up — I hope that Peter Dinklage does some more media work for this season. He often just vanishes into the privacy of his own life and other projects.

Dink is the lead actor — in the objective sense of his name is up first on each episode and his 3 Emmys. I imagine that NCW will start appearing in some group interviews. He is also doing some individual cover stories in print. The marketing has a lot of GOT product promotions as should be expected. Some very nice things. I think they are doing a good job. That magic characters are at the highest risk in my view.

I deciding to try not To look for more spoiler, I think I am happy about the absence of confirmed spoiler at this point, in fact I find the NK actor a bit to revealing I was happy To know we will learn about their motivation but it is just that the target seem to specific so now I am a bit unsure to read all interview I do it with caution eyes to see the risk.

Dany is one of my favorite and I do fear she will die in a big sacrifice and see her weiring so much white do not help to erase this feeling! Will see! I Also like jon, arya and tyrion so yeah basically I am like a casual watcher! But, I did read some of the book and the lack of complexity does brother me a bit now.

Sansa dying at this stage would feel like nihilistic nonsense. I mean, would it make Jon want to kill the Night King or Arya kill Cersei any more than they already do? It seems a rather redundant plot device at this stage. She and Arya are reconciled. Martyring herself for her family also seems redundant at this stage.

She was the least Stark of the Starks. Lost her direwolf, permanently, long before any of the other Stark kids, which began a prolonged lesson in not taking home and family for granted. Yet of all the trueborn Stark kids it is she who finds herself the head of House Stark and with the responsibility of overseeing its future.

More so once Jon is revealed to be a trueborn Targaryen, even if he personally stays true to his Stark roots. Eldest surviving child of Ned and Catelyn Stark. Your place is in The North. The Young Wolf has lost half his army. His days are numbered. Theon Greyjoy killed both his brothers. That makes Sansa Stark the heir to Winterfell.

There might not be a North left by the end of the season. Brienne stuck in the KG utterly undermines her entire arc. Ending up in a celibate organisation that demands blind obedience is not a good conclusion to that arc. So much! Ramsay's 20th Good Man ,. I see things totally different. Clearly you feel differently but I still think she has a lot to still prove on the family loyalty subject.

Will she try to press her claim? If Jon is captured or in need of help, would she risk or give her life to save him like he did with Rickon despite the odds or will she abandon him and see it as an opportunity to press her claim as she semi did with Rickon; namely the abandoning him part?

In fact, I feel she still has to reconcile her callous abandonment of Rickon to die and lack of emotion when his dead corpse was wheeled into Winterfell. Her risking giving up her own life for someone other than herself namely her family would be a great closure for her character arc in my eyes.

Well, I have to say, that may be the last thing I would want to give my daughter. Hidden categories: The Senate would be elected by the people. When a scene is set indoors and three of the walls of its room are presented onstage, in what is known as a box set , the "fourth" of them would run along the line technically called the " proscenium " dividing the room from the auditorium. The government sent no representative to what became a demonstration of over , people demanding democratic change. The earliest recorded breaking of the fourth wall in serious cinema was in Mary MacLane 's revolutionary silent film Men Who Have Made Love to Me , in which the enigmatic authoress - who portrays herself - interrupts the vignettes onscreen to address the audience directly. As for the article itself not too much to go on there. She takes so she needs to give.

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20.05.2019 in 07:07 Sulker

Great video! I just wish the sound was a little better, got really quiet at the end!