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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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Six Books of Commonwealth (long version) in PDF

Royal Court Tyrant 01/31/2021 (Sun) 10:48:52 No. 2450 [Reply]
Welcome to /monarchy/
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/monarchy/ ♕ Music Homecoming ♕ Peasant 05/01/2020 (Fri) 01:27:14 No. 23 [Reply] [Last]

Relax and listen to music
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webm/mp4 thread! Peasant 05/01/2020 (Fri) 02:33:13 No. 55 [Reply] [Last]

Put videos here.
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/monarchy/ general 2.0 Peasant 11/24/2020 (Tue) 19:56:53 No. 2288 [Reply]
For general discussion again.
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THE GREAT FOUNDER ARCHTYPE As explained by Aristotle in Politics Further, the state is by nature clearly prior to the family and to the individual since the whole is of necessity prior to the part… The proof that the state is a creation of nature and prior to the individual is that the individual, when isolated, is not self-sufficing; and therefore he is like a part in relation to the Whole. But He who is unable to live in society, or who has no need because He is sufficient for himself, must either be a Beast or a God! A social instinct is implanted in all men by nature. & yet he who first FOUNDED the state was the GREATEST of benefactors! 🌞 But when a whole family or some individual, happens to be so pre-eminent in virtue as to surpass all others, then it is just that they should the royal family and supreme over all, or that this one citizen should be king of the whole nation. For, as I said before, to give them authority is not only agreeable to that ground of right which the FOUNDER of all states… are accustomed to put forward … but accords with the principle already laid down. For surely it would not be right to kill, or ostracize, or exile such a person, or… require that he should take his turn in being governed. The Whole is naturally superior to the part, and he who has this pre-eminence is in the relation of the Whole to a part. But if so, the only alternative is that he should have the supreme power, and that mankind should obey him, not in turn, but always!
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Anarchy? That word evokes a headless body. Monarchy, one head on the body-politic! Not 'A for Anarchy', but 'A for Autocracy'. Spoke Grace, muse of monarchy. "Let there be one Lord, one King!" said Gaius Caesar Augustus Germanicus (Caligula), reportedly by Suetonius.

Peasant 04/10/2021 (Sat) 19:54:58 No. 2602 [Reply]
>this ungrateful little worm has to crawl back home to attend his grandfather's funeral What punishment does he deserve, /monarchy/?
>>2602 He needs a good whipping boy, because that poor whipping boy would get spanked pretty hard. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whipping_boy >In hereditary monarchies a further cause of destruction is the fact that kings often fall into contempt, and, although possessing not tyrannical power, but only royal dignity, are apt to outrage others. Their overthrow is then readily effected; for there is an end to the king when his subjects do not want to have him, but the tyrant lasts, whether they like him or not. This line from Aristotle's Politics aptly describes the struggles in more ceremonial royal states. Having but royal dignity, although not possessing tyrannical power, they might still be apt to outrage others... that's what many people complain about with the "celebrity culture" & his talks on Oprah. This poses a greater risk for ceremonial royals than tyrannical rulers... people are familiar with and recognize a tyrant who rules with great power, less apt to complain because it's a regular occurrence... but there's a ton more resistance to a ceremonial royal who starts to accumulate power than a tyrannical ruler who gives up that power--the autocrats could get into scandals, but these scandals are small footnotes in their reigns--whereas a small scandal for other royals becomes a big outcry. >Again, tyrannies are destroyed from within, when the reigning family are divided among themselves, as that of Gelo was, and more recently that of Dionysius; in the case of Gelo because Thrasybulus, the brother of Hiero, flattered the son of Gelo and led him into excesses in order that he might rule in his name. Whereupon the family got together a party to get rid of Thrasybulus and save the tyranny; but those of the people who conspired with them seized the opportunity and drove them all out. In the case of Dionysius, Dion, his own relative, attacked and expelled him with the assistance of the people; he afterwards perished himself. It says here, that for tyrannies, when the families are divided against themselves, there is a risk. I think that applies for royals with royal dignity, that when their family is divided against themselves, there is also the risk to the royal state. An informal exile might be a good idea... for the division Prince Harry & Meghan have brought to the royal household. A house divided cannot stand, so there is a bit of a threat.
>>2603 >betrays every royal duty and protocol to take after a commoner and a foreigner >affording him the privilege of a whipping boy Maybe if his child were whipped he'd learn a lesson.

Our Condolences to HM the Queen Peasant 04/09/2021 (Fri) 19:09:15 No. 2592 [Reply]
/monarchy/ pays its respect & remembers the life of Prince Philip. "He has, quite simply, been my strength and stay all these years, and I, and his whole family, and this and many other countries, owe him a debt greater than he would ever claim, or we shall ever know." The Queen's Golden Wedding Anniversary speech, November 1997
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Rest in peace, Prince Philip. You will be missed.
I don't visit here often but I'm just posting here to pay my condolences.
Memory Eternal.

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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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Monarchy, Colonies, and Empire Peasant 08/10/2020 (Mon) 01:55:35 No. 1575 [Reply]
Which colonial projects under kingly direction went the best, do you think? What could've been done better?
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>>1723 Right first on Solano fucking Lopez, a Paraguayan dictator with a napoleon complex who drove his nation to the dirty because of some delusion of grandeur. He thought that he could take on the two super powers of the region (Glorious Brazilian Empire and...Argentina *vomits*) and their rebellious child (Cisplatina or Uruguay depending on who you ask) and win...well he failed terribly. The Christ cannon, was one the artillary guns used by paraguay during the war but was captured by the Brazilian army and is on exposition in a brazilian museum as a war prize.
>>2494 >>1723 The thing is...Paraguay was devastated during the war for no fault but their own, with Lopez going Endsieg before it was cool and even throwing children at the veteran brazilian army near the end of the war. About 60% of Paraguays population died in the war (most because of famine and disese), Lopez was hated by Paraguay for a long time until they decide to go full revisionist and make him a national hero while also blaming the Triple Alliance nations (especially) Brazil for the war with even some of the demanding reparation because of it
Bolívar, the man who not only betrayed Spain, but also all Venezuelans, this man signed an act and told the people that it was to expel Napoleon from Spain, and that the King regain his crown. but he lied, and when he was discovered and the people expelled him, he returned and killed everyone who was not by his side, killing more than half the population, even those who were in hospitals, those who had surrendered and the children, the elderly and women. He's definitely what a megalomaniac would call an equal.

How did you become a monarchist? Peasant 11/28/2020 (Sat) 03:27:22 No. 2298 [Reply]
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>>2490 No, butt I think the masses will be more receptive to the concept thanks to the blatant Demonrat rigging of the election.
>>2496 Even if it remains underground, if it becomes a steady stream, it will remain.
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I wonder how many legit monarchists visit this board. And not the "not real monarchist™" gatekeeping, but in general. I think we get a few /his/fags & others who probably couldn't care, maybe /liberty/ once in a moon, but what people primarily with monarchy? Outsiders, I suspect.

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Hack MONARCH 02/24/2021 (Wed) 15:24:17 No. 2501 [Reply]
YARRAK YE
Friends of Osman, eh? Punisher of the Greeks.

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Peasant 02/06/2021 (Sat) 23:24:23 No. 2469 [Reply]
You're invited! To the sporting event of the year! The superb owl! Hosted by spee Come on by, drink some beer, eat some snacks, shitpost, and jack off with your spartman friends! Cya there!
>>2469 See you there, anon.

Bhutan Peasant 11/10/2020 (Tue) 16:09:56 No. 2227 [Reply]
Even to the corrupted senses of republicans, the happiest country in the world is a monarchy led by ancient spirituality. Yet they refuse to admit, perhaps they are wrong in trying to fashion false utopia on Earth. Now the worst of them, the godless, communist Chinese, threaten to destroy this immortal, benevolent society. We should esteem this rare example of traditional glory because these expressions will fade with ever increasing rapidity as the seasons pass.
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>>2397 well, that's good to know
Muh Nepalis

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So, yea.. about that Monarchy thing Peasant 01/02/2021 (Sat) 21:06:05 No. 2361 [Reply]
Hello there. The door were.. missing, so I let myself in. Some Grace'ful purple rabbit led me into this strange land and after mining her appearance a bit I thought that being monarchist myself I might inquire a thing or two, and no, I'm not asking about the diapers, whatever that weird shit is, I'm not ready. Went over some posts for the last three hours to compose my idea about this place, but I guess it would be more considerate to just ask you openly – what kind of /Monarchy/sts are you? (Beside silent ones. I wen't through the general and lots of you seem to openly having nothing so say and just lurk. Or outwardly state being afraid of saying anything due to chadbrain thundercocks.) Please excuse my retardation but I though it was the yellow people who like to nap alot, why do you also do nothing about the shitstorm that our world has become? This place seem.. crestfallen. And yea, to a point - I get it. Nobody outside is throwing flowers when you enter a room. Nobody mentions the topics you are so well versed in. All that seem to be left from the ideals you hold so dear are malicious laughter and occasional finger-pointing. If thats the barrier here then.. Well, tough shit sweetheart. Do you know what history calls good people that changed nothing because the process hurts? Me neither. So thats why I ask – what kind of /Monarchy/sts are you? Do you honestly believe that Monarchy can grant this planet an actual future, and by that I mean that it can stop this tech inbued bread-and-circus regress we seem to be stuck in? Or is this place just some souvenir shop of the bygone era, offering same answers to the same questions for a rare occasional net tourist? Because if you're just broken, honestly broken, then I'll leave you to it. I might be still young, but my liver is not. But if you are just discouraged by this idea's current popularity, the low count of your own board population, the chilly welcome that topic of Monarchy receives in the outside spaces – this all can be changed, and quite easily at that (although not instantaneously I feel I need to add). > changed? Well.. yea. With fire. How exactly do you think those things went in the age old past? You construct a gameplan. Aggresive, offensive gameplan.

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Are you autistic?
>Or is this place just some souvenir shop of the bygone era Yes

On Bahrain Peasant 12/06/2020 (Sun) 20:12:19 No. 2316 [Reply]
King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa is the monarch of a constitutional monarcy. The government has a national assembly divided into the Council of Representatives and the Consultative Council. Members of the council of representatives are voted on. The King wields a wide array of executive power, such as the appointment of prime ministers, command of the army, and appointing members of the consultative council. Obviously a mix between republicanism and monarchy, but I was wondering what you guys think.

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Phillip IV of France Peasant 05/09/2020 (Sat) 07:40:42 No. 275 [Reply]

Did he and his puppet church in Avignon really do anything wrong respecting the templars? It's said a lot that he only really exterminate them because of the debts he had with them and in order to get to his treasure. But. It doesn't rob you the wrong way that a christian monastic order got to get that rich because of
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>(((CIA))) meme
Please stop this cancer.
But this is something that troubles me deeply. As far as I'm aware, the Templars did not engage in usury; banking in of itself is not "Jewish"; the Third Reich employed banking, they just didn't practice usury. (Though I'm not sure if they didn't charge interest at all or if they simply didn't have high rates of interest; I would hope for the former.)
But this entire mess with the supposed connections to the Freemasons is something only a 30-year-old /fringe/ wizard would be capable of answering, i.e. it's something no one seems to know; 2esoteric4plebs. Most surely not a single anon here knows better, given the ignorant and philistine behavior of the board.
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>Every meme I don't like is CIA.
Leaving that aside, for my knowledge the templars did they charge interests and I may be biased but I simply find the modern concept of banking very flawed so I'm beware of whatever thing associated with it.
I don't have any clear proof that they are related with masonshit or whatever crappy secret society, it's only that it bugs me how (((modern media))) always portray them as "dindu nuffin" who were tricked and framed by "evul" Philip IV and the church. And we know how the kikes in movies and series today like to portray anything pre-French Revolution as bad and barbaric, so that they made that exemption with the Templars raise my eyes.
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>>297
Both of those correctly called out Jews, I don't see the issue. They quite literally echo throughout history.

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