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♔ Read a Book ♔ Peasant 05/01/2020 (Fri) 01:16:48 No. 22 [Reply] [Last]

Reading Thread.
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On migrating again King Board owner 09/22/2020 (Tue) 16:59:08 No. 2037 [Reply]
A provisional colony was founded at anon.cafe in the wake of 8chan.moe's sudden collapse. It seems however that, for the time being, 8chan.moe has returned in the form of the 8ch.moe domain. Do users wish to migrate to the anon.cafe colony now, or remain here?
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There's a new /fascist/ bunker here just in case. Anon Cafe has been down for a few hours and I got a bit nervous

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Royal Court King 04/29/2020 (Wed) 21:07:03 No. 1 [Reply] [Last]

Welcome to /monarchy/.
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>>2134 So's /fascist/ but you post there anyway.

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Constitutional Libertarian Monarchy Peasant 10/21/2020 (Wed) 00:27:59 No. 2166 [Reply]
What do you think of the concept of Constitutional Libertarian Monarchy? The King would be responsible for enforcing the NAP based libertarian constitution. Imagine, for example, if the British Empire had fully compromised with George Washington and adopted a libertarian constitution in order to keep the American colonies within the Empire. This is one historical way I think a Constitutional Libertarian Monarchy could have arisen nya~

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Grace OC Thread Peasant 05/01/2020 (Fri) 01:12:54 No. 20 [Reply] [Last]

It's not legitimate without Grace chan!
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>>2172 Nice.
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Roman Emperors Peasant 08/03/2020 (Mon) 21:59:06 No. 1475 [Reply]
Nero is the one everyone talks about, that sometimes you get a Nero, but People are always NERO. >Preterist theologians typically support the interpretation that 666 is the numerical equivalent of the name and title Nero Caesar (Roman Emperor 54–68 AD). Written in Aramaic, this can be valued at 666 using the Hebrew numerology of gematria, and was used to secretly speak against the emperor. Allegedly started the Great Fire of Rome and torched Christians. He also had a neckbeard.
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>>1610 Indeed. Many to most of them in the West come from the "confused Protestant" background. FUCK YOU, DAAAAAD mentality is very strong.
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>>1610 >>1613 One of them became an emperor.
Sad he fucked it up by getting himself killed in a war with the Persians.

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Your favorite flags Peasant 05/01/2020 (Fri) 03:07:11 No. 60 [Reply] [Last]

Post 'em.
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>>1192 The Mad Monarchist flies this flag.
>>60 Central African Empire
>>156 Royalist Ireland wants women to be proud of their tits, extremely based nya~ >>780 Also extremely based nya~

Monarchy in Fiction Peasant 10/20/2020 (Tue) 23:54:51 No. 2163 [Reply]
Monarchy appears to be the dominant form of government in almost every fantasy and space opera series, and this is the place to discuss it nya~

Peasant 05/03/2020 (Sun) 04:44:04 No. 142 [Reply]

It's not /monarchy/ if there isn't a thread discussing succession laws.
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>>1457 Part of the Queen's duties as head of state would include reproducing with Eugenically high quality men. Those that possess wisdom, intelligence, beauty, and strength—in that order. Perhaps the subjects could elect men to the Queen's harem, while giving the Queen the final choice as to what man of the harem pleases her at any given moment nya~
>>1458 The members of the Queen's harem could also function as her advisors. In this way the people would have some input on the make up of the apex of society while stability is maintained nya~
>>142 Do you think it is possible that cognactic succession, electoral or not, could have been been made the law in a Kingdom... or rather 'Queendom?' Under what circumstances nya~?

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Barbados to drop Queen Elizabeth II as head of state Peasant 09/25/2020 (Fri) 05:28:51 No. 2062 [Reply]
>Barbados will remove Queen Elizabeth II as its head of state and become a republic by next year, its government has announced, making it the first country to drop the monarch in nearly three decades. >The Caribbean nation's Governor-General, Sandra Mason, said in a speech on Tuesday that "the time has come to fully leave our colonial past behind." She said the nation will become a republic as early as November of next year, when it celebrates its 55th anniversary of independence from the British empire. >Several countries dropped the Queen as head of state in the years after they gained independence, with Mauritius the last to do so, in 1992. Barbados remains a member of the Commonwealth, a union of 54 countries that were mostly former British territories. https://archive.is/1eGd6
>>2062 QE2 has been a disaster for the British Empire. Fighting the Third Reich over Poland was a disaster for the Aryan race and British Empire nya~

Reminder that Americanism is heresy Peasant 10/05/2020 (Mon) 07:23:05 No. 2090 [Reply]
https://twitter.com/WolfishHead/status/1312839496359194626 >I am convinced that Americanism is idolatry. >Can anyone shed some light on where God outlined these so-called "inalienable rights": Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. >I see nothing in the Holy Bible about these "rights". How could anyone say they are "self-evident". More on this: https://twitter.com/MarcusC31391111/status/1313011340164956160 https://twitter.com/ImperiumPress/status/1313011964449185792
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>>2153 Sorry butt Buddhist monarchies exist e.g. Bhutan, and Thailand. The Japanese Empire was incredibly successful until it was stopped by the USA. Further, the take over of Christianity happened when Western Civilisation under Rome was already in severe decline... kind of how Islam could take over in Europe today. Western civilisation would have progressed further if the anti-intellectual Jew-loving Christianity didn't take over. The renaissance was a partial rebellion against Christianity. Although I will admit that the Byzantine Empire was pretty cool, butt they officially kept Jews from all positions of power. Christianity could be reformed, butt only by ditching the old testament and references to Jewish supremacy nya~
>>2155 >Sorry butt Buddhist monarchies exist e.g. Bhutan, and Thailand Neitheir of which are Western civilization. >The Japanese Empire was incredibly successful until it was stopped by the USA. They had to copy the still majorly Christian West. >Further, the take over of Christianity happened when Western Civilisation under Rome was already in severe decline... kind of how Islam could take over in Europe today. Rome was a dysfunctional slave pit that depended on a combo of fear and bribe money to keep its foreign hordes behaved. It did not bring unity, merely taxes. >Western civilisation would have progressed further if the anti-intellectual Jew-loving Christianity didn't take over. okay redditor. I'm sure you'll post about muh space travel and muh science and otherwise spew out talking points from the likes of Richard Dawkins. >The renaissance was a partial rebellion against Christianity. Sure it is. Which is how there's no evidence men like Dante tipped fedoras. >Although I will admit that the Byzantine Empire was pretty cool, butt they officially kept Jews from all positions of power. Christianity could be reformed, butt only by ditching the old testament and references to Jewish supremacy nya~

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>>2156 Your Jew worship is obvious nya~

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Queenly Conduct Peasant 10/11/2020 (Sun) 01:00:44 No. 2114 [Reply]
The queen, as head of the body politic, must be freed from the concerns of lesser commoners. Thus, diapers are the choice of royalty, just as is /abdl/ the board of patricians. Diaper dependence is recommended for princesses and queens alike for many reasons, including the ones listed above, but not to mention the general aesthetic benefits of diapering, which include a padded and seemingly enlarged butt and crinkly sounds. Changes are the work of servants. Grace, as pictured above, is allowed daily playtime sessions and changes. She resents having to change, sometimes, but a queen cannot be smelly and wet. What are the implications for diapering monarchs?
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>>2117 What if I refuse?
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>>2129 I think you already know what happens then.
>>2129 >refusing to change the queens diaper Know your place, commoner

Peasant 10/13/2020 (Tue) 20:50:16 No. 2132 [Reply]
Is it a monarchy?
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>>2141 Yes you are mutt

Colonize Your Bookshelf Peasant 08/25/2020 (Tue) 01:41:16 No. 1713 [Reply] [Last]
https://www.zerothposition.com/2020/08/24/colonize-bookshelf-part-i/ Key: >The standard (liberal) account is that it was all “divine right of kings” this and “silk slipper on your neck” that from time immemorial until the stunning and brave Locke stood athwart history and yelled “Stop!” with such force that everyone (or at least everyone who counted) simply could no longer believe that kings should rule, and spontaneously decided to organize society on the basis of human rights, consent of the governed, and rule of law. But of course, the reality is somewhat different. Divine right of kings has never been standard operating procedure, and was in fact something quite new in Filmer’s time. Does this come as a surprise? Good thing you decided to colonize your bookshelf. >In ancient times God, king, and country were unified, and so sovereignty, such as it was, was clear and indivisible. The king was necessarily high priest, and so there could be no division between sacred and secular rulership, no “divine right” of kings any more than there is “wet water”—the kingship being a priestly office, no one ever thought to ask whether it was filled by divine favor. Later, with the advent of Christianity, came the first inkling of a sacred vs. secular in the form of Augustine’s “City of Man vs. City of God”. The Early Middle Ages, from the Byzantine Papacy through the Frankish period to about the 11th century, is the story of sacred and secular struggling for dominion one over the other. Catholics bring ruin of course.
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>>2106 >We Wuz Kangz Are you an Amerimutt?
>>2110 >Muh we wuz kangz >Still has brought zero augments >Excusing to believe in (((academia))) unless it fits an christcuck viewpoint Can't wait for you faggots to start becoming the equivalent of plebbit science and admit you're all Blacked.com subscribers.
>>2013 >Blood doesn't matter Except it does matter, almost every monarchy has had made this of importance since early antiquity to the medieval age. Is r/monarchy just a bunch of liberals who just think having a king is cool?

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Return to Tradition Peasant 10/16/2020 (Fri) 06:51:47 No. 2137 [Reply]
Come home American man.

/monarchy/ ♕ Music Homecoming ♕ Peasant 05/01/2020 (Fri) 01:27:14 No. 23 [Reply] [Last]

Relax and listen to music
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