THE Mother of Dragons from Game of Thrones has explained that she only wanted the Seven Kingdoms to respect the result of its recent referendum.
Daenerys Targaryen, First of her Name etcetera, said that while she regretted any distress she and her dragon may have caused on a recent campaign visit to King’s Landing, honouring the referendum was foremost in her mind.
She said: “There’s a lot of fuss in the press but what I heard being screamed from the doorsteps was that whoever the people may have backed for the Iron Throne at the time, they just want us to get on with it.
“‘Stop shilly-shallying with the White Walkers, stop these petty disputes about who is ‘King in the North’ and let’s fulfil the will of the people, which is rule by House Targaryen.
“Don’t let arguments tear our countries, and our cities, apart. This isn’t about me and frankly it’s offensive to suggest it is. I’m just standing up for democracy.
“Let’s deliver on our promises and make the Seven Kingdoms a realm we can all be proud of.”
Stephen Malley, from Blackwater Bay, said: “Yeah, I’ll be honest, after yesterday I’ve moved very much into the second referendum camp.”