Game of Thrones – Oathkeeper – Coincidence?

I just watched the last episode of Game of Thrones which aired on Sunday, April 27, 2014 around the same time as the possible drone strike rumor by Eric Holder reported by Oath Keepers.

Guess what the name of the episode was called: “OATHKEEPER”. Coincidence?

Why is it called the Oathkeeper? Well, one of the elites of the kingdom gives a sword to one of the characters and tells her to give it a name. She calls it “Oath Keeper” out of all things. Was that a keyword by the elite to activate that psy-op or was it just a coincidence?  

See the clip here:


5 thoughts on “Game of Thrones – Oathkeeper – Coincidence?

  1. Hmmmm. I have read the books that this was adapted from and that is what happens in the book. They name the sword Oathkeeper. Its a thing they do in those books. Naming a sword made it special somehow or another. That particular book was written some time ago but the timing of that episode is interesting.

    1. Yea, considering they filmed this thing months ago, long before the Bundy Ranch ordeal was going to happen, I’m under the assumption that it was just a coincidence, but Hollywood does have a tendency to slip these things in at the last minute. Also, I wasn’t sure if it was actually named Oathkeeper in the book or if they just changed it for the TV version, as I was thinking of that too.

      Anyways, the timing is quite an amazing coincidence, regardless.

  2. You might have something there NC. I wouldn’t put anything past these pencil necks.

  3. Interesting NC. Yup hollyweird does have a tendency to announce their intentions through tv and movies. They figure that if we view it, we consent to it, even if we don’t realize what we are seeing. They did it with The Long Kiss Goodnight, The Simpsons, The Lone Gunman ( spin off from the x-files), the Batman movie is the most recent one depicting the map with Sandy Hoax. You may be onto something here. Good eye. I’ve never read nor watched The Game of Thrones personally.

  4. I vote coincidence. “oathkeeper” is an emotion-charged name for a sword, and it was written in the books the series is based on ten years ago.

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