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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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>>2488 Not a fan of Monarcho-communism then I take it? :^)

Royal Court Tyrant 01/31/2021 (Sun) 10:48:52 No. 2450 [Reply]
Welcome to /monarchy/
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>>2569 testing

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Peasant 06/28/2021 (Mon) 00:20:58 No. 2698 [Reply]
ok lets establish some basics. moanrchy: arose from tribalistic europe, basically modern and large scale chief cult. read tacitus. >"it is customary for states to make voluntary and individual contributions of cattle or agricultural produce to the leaders these are accepted as a token of honour." >"on the field of battle it is a disgrace to the leader to be surpassed in valour by his companions, to the companions not to equal the valour of their leader. to outlive ones leader by withdrawing from battle brings life long infamy and shame" >"to defend and protect him, to attribute to his glory ones own brave deeds, that is the crux of their oath of allegiance: the leaders fight for victory, the companions fight for their leader" basically, the chief (king) is meant to be a role model, protector, and provider. the lads fight for the chief it is honourable to give your all for him AS LONG AS THE KING IS TRUE. >Culture culture is important. problem is, good times-weak men, and all that. its bad cause the good cultures have produced times so good that their sons become weak. good morals produced by a good culture are far better than any laws. laws can be good, but they are easily corrupted. what needs to happen is the creation of a good culture that is different in that it is self sustaining, self replicating, immune to bad change (immediet or eventual), and dug in. basically every facet of society, biology, and psychology must be taken into account and optomised to ensure the survival of good culture and good men. a point to consider. >artificial struggle. create artificial struggle, do not be a greedy dog for your children that wants the world for them, as your grandchildren will lack far more than the grandparent. but also like working out. you could "struggle for a year, get gains and slack off, create measures to call out and negate complacency. monarchs are not meant to take advantage of their people. the peoples adoration and loyalty is a fucking privilege for services rendered. the trick is installing a new monarch, since most revolutions end up in the installation of a democracy which his even worse than a selfish monarch. bloodlines are good but dry up. once this happens and you get th inevitable limp dicked crones that are now Britains monarchy, their line ran its course, throw them out and find another hero. next up: spirituality/religion
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Next is some of my ideas on currency and secret societies (i know extremely little of economy). So it is obvious that secret societies, groups of close compatriots with common goals and specialized skills can be very effective, both in times of hardship and prosperity. Any currency in such a thing should only be for puppet societies of a lower level. These societies would see the top and just one as a mysterious aloft thing whose respect is essential. The top society would be pure and always one track with their goal of ensuring the continued expansion and existence of the imperium. The currency would only be used in circles, and mayhaps not even for outright services but maybe signs of power/good character. Like shares of companies the one with the most will be the most 'influentual'. A bad analogy, but i am drunk and believe you get thw picture. The top society 2ould always be in total control and since they are barred from using currencie in the circles they would never fall to vice or corruption with the proper gatekeeeping and hygiene. They would obviously be made of a precious metal, silver or platinum, gold is a base metal for the sinner they flock to it. Silver is cool(low temperature), noble. Iits very colour lends it to subtle greatness. Gold is on the head, the metal of dullards. The coins may be marked and minted maybe but there would be limited. They may be marked with anything that gives it more value. Maybe a sign the lesser circles dont know and thus covet/dream. A symbol so obscure or made by the top itself. Maybe a sign they would know more about but speculate/. Mystery.
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EA general (Eternal Anglo general). 1# ITT Anglo pride Anglo supremacy. It is an all too common occurence. Young Anglo lads getting swept into the umbrella "white nationalist" tripe by the spiteful subversive Aryan. Abandoning their own tribe, culture, legacy, and the sacrifices of their ancestors, all for the gay dream of some limp dicked, virgin, pushover vegetarian, animal rights activist retard painter from austria. How neurotic is that? Neurotic passion dream farm. Make no mistake, Anglo is above all. Eternal Anglo, they use it as a negative term against us, but remember that we are Eternal. What is germanys claim to fame? Hyperborea cringe wave? 10 years of meh natsoc governance? Leave this childish nonsense. The reality is this: Anglo had the thousand year Imperium. Anglo beat fritz. You managed to hold out against a decaying carcas of a God, so what? You lost in the end. >jew puppet Yeah i wont deny it. But how about you deal with your own shit mister eu? And we will handle ours. It will be a cold day in hell when Britain becomes the lapdog of fritz, Anglo pride WORLDWIDE Eternal supremacy.
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A good recommendation for old culture (good culture), would be this book here: https://www.fadedpage.com/showbook.php?pid=20140819 While not exactly pro Anglo, it is a good source of culture and has many Anglos as well as stereotypical other races. Here are some poems. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Beginnings https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Do_not_go_gentle_into_that_good_night https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invictus https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/If%E2%80%94 Eternal supremacy, Anglo pride galaxy wide

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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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>>2769 Grace is great but /abdl/ has ruined her for me.
>>2779 tbh, cant find much of grace on /abdl/
>>20 Are there any other /abdl/ stuff for grace-chan thats not already on this thread

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/monarchy/ general 2.0 Peasant 11/24/2020 (Tue) 19:56:53 No. 2288 [Reply] [Last]
For general discussion again.
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The royal rule being like a flock of sheep & their shepherd is a good comparison, for example. He is basically their leader, and the sheep follow the leader. This royal rule of the shepherd is vilified constantly today, by what many call a dictatorship, with a leader who speaks out to his people. Monarchy, where the father rules his children, or the master rules his servants, both combined in the relationship of a household ruler, would demonstrate how one ruler over a household operates. The fatherly rule of a household isn't necessarily a static rule -- it is dynamic, ready and able, under the leadership of the household ruler. Sad, but true, is that the classic image of a one-man ruler is vilified all the same. They cry out, "That's AUTOCRACY!" As if auto, meaning "self" and the overall meaning "self-rule" simply meant for the sake of the self only, but even an autocracy could be for the sake of their welfare rather than his own. That is why, Jean Bodin says, that his praise of Monarchy & many others praise of that form of government, wasn't flattery, but necessarily for the political good that government was in one sovereign's hand, to help direct and govern this flock. People like -auto, meaning self, in words like autonomy or automobile, but autocracy meaning someone's self doesn't really mean for partiality like certain anons would desperately try to imply, & would be synonymous with Monarchy, seeing as one person is also conjoined with one's self also. Self-rule is another ball park from "rule for self". Some constitutionalists like to single this out on Monarchy b/c they want to show how feeble Monarchy itself is from their pov, or that it must be partiality in spite of the mixture of government for the sake of the whole... but forgetting the pre-eminence of Monarchy, where the Monarch becomes like the whole in relation to the part and becomes the political good. That's why, they say, that you shouldn't separate the weal of the kingdom from the king, seeing as how Monarchy is a government where the public and private interest are conjoined and manifest through one person.
>>2771 Thanks, I'll try and find the post. >>2774 How to rehabilitate royal rule in the minds of the people, especially the lower classes? In my country the lower classes were much more staunchly royalist in the past. The lower classes could lead a populist revolt in favour of the Monarch and overturn this whole rotten system but mention the idea that the Monarch should rule now and they recoil in horror. They spend their days raging about the elites on social media and slavishly idolising foreign populist leaders like Trump but have no other political ideas or alternatives to the current system, apart from maybe some vague idea of sovereign citizenship or something. If they think anything of the Royal family it's that they're some kind of blood sucking, pedo lizard, illuminati family.
>>2775 >I want for the little guy to comprehend complicated ideas yea, thats not how "lower classes" work which is also why this system doesn't work enlightened citizen caste is a meme you either trick them or force them there is no other way

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

Relax and listen to music
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Nordic Monarchist Supremacy Peasant 05/03/2021 (Mon) 05:40:23 No. 2639 [Reply]
In this world, Norway and Sweden unite as Kingdoms before the start of the Viking age and Norway and Sweden form an early non-Aggression pact. The reason? To resist Christianity and the Northern Crusades (NC). While Denmark succumbs to Catholicism, converting before facing the NC, Norway and Sweden remain stubbornly 'Pagan,' and refuse to let those who reject the worship of the Aesir-Vanir into the nobility. Denmark in this timeline plays the role of Prussia in our timeline but at a much earlier date. As a result of less in-fighting, the Nordic nations have become first-tier super-powers as opposed to their backwater status in our timeline. The Danish and French Empires are officially Catholic and have a non-Aggression pact similar to the one the Northern Empires have. The Norwegian Empire remains majority 'Germanic Pagan,' although Buddhism, Taoism, and even 'heretical' (non-Catholic) Christianity have also spread to some degree among peasants. In the Swedish Empire, Buddhists, Hindus, Taoists, and non-Catholic Christianity form the major religions while the nobility is still required to primarily worship the Aesir-Vanir. Only racially Nordic people that worship the Aesir-Vanir are permitted to be nobility in the Northern Empires. Christians and other races are locked out of official power. Meanwhile, the Catholic Empires do not tolerate any public religious diversity, even among peasants. In this timeline, Religion, Monarchy, and Feudalism are still absolute, with the exception of Switzerland. The Renascence happened in Italy, and the industrial revolution began in Britain but they didn't lead to serious political reform nor the total abandonment of villages. The Protestant Reformation happened but never achieved political power. The Japanese Empire remains Shinto, Buddhists, feudal, and isolationist in that foreigners are not welcome without an invitation by a Daimyo, yet Japan is not closed to trade. The Arabian Caliphate is this timeline's primary source of chaotic 'terrorism.' All within the Caliphate are slaves to Allah, even the Caliph. This is a common saying in the Caliphate, and it may be true, but there are ranks of slaves, and a Black is not permitted to be the master of an Arab or whiter muslim. In war, Blacks form the majority of foot soldiers. By 1999, technology has advanced to the point the Norwegian Empire has landed a Man on the Moon and nuclear weapons have been tested by all major powers, although never used. 'Internets' exist but are niche. Taking the train is more common than taking a personal car. The internal combustion engine although discovered, was banned for peasants for 'polluting the air.' Large urban development is largely restricted to rail corridors and rivers. There are far more legal jurisdictions than in our timeline and far fewer jurisdictional agreements. Marriage is still the primary method of class advancement. https://8chan.moe/voxxe/res/4254.html#q4830
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>>2743 Formal Duelling has allowed the Aristocracy to avoid stagnation. The popular rules of duelling is that one can challenge someone of equivalent or one rank higher. The defender must accept the challenge but is permitted to define the conditions of the duel while the attacker defines the victory conditions that must be negotiated with the defender. The attacker must agree to the conditions given by the defender. A third party adjudicator must be approved by both attacker and defender.
>>2748 Gambling on the outcome of Duels is incredibly popular throughout the world.
>>2747 Secret societies exist in abundance, but those against the interests of the nobility as a whole are hunted down.

How did you become a monarchist? Peasant 11/28/2020 (Sat) 03:27:22 No. 2298 [Reply]
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When I got a royal title from my Dad and bought two more.
>>2298 I simply got disillusioned with democracy and the state of modern society, and thus began to gravitate to monarchy as a cure for the bloated, inefficient god of our modern timed, "our democracy"
>>2568 I am a legit monarchist. This place looks pretty dead though, is there a more active board somewhere else or is this it?

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July 4th Peasant 07/04/2021 (Sun) 06:42:47 No. 2728 [Reply]
Do you feel like you're winning, americans? Are you enjoying your "freedom"? Was it ever worth it?
>>2728 Yes. Yea. And yes. Go suck your queens dick queencuck.
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>>2728 Oi you got a loicense to talk shit?
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>>2729 > yes, yes and 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.
>>2316 I think all the gulf countries should use this system. Its a good mix while still being a proper monarchy, unlike modern-day european monarchies which are practically just life-long celebrities at this point.

Peasant 06/21/2021 (Mon) 21:13:49 No. 2693 [Reply]
i do not know what specific ideology yous follow, is it essentially just "whatever king says goes"? i am of the opinion that the king should be true to their people (the meaning of their power).
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>>2693 OP: Waaaaaaaaaaaaa, muh democracy do you hear the people sing, singing a song of angry men?
>>2693 > true to their people (the meaning of their power) What does that even mean? And there is much more to monarchism, and its strengths, than "king says and does everything"

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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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Telegram Group Telegram Group 06/14/2021 (Mon) 03:36:30 No. 2692 [Reply]
There is already a Telegram group for we can talk? i only knows this group, but it is on spanish https://t.me/joinchat/gmn3MTCeYtNmOTAx

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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>>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.
>>2581 What other calumnies was he guilty of?

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/?
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>>2602 Should have sent him to a fate worse than death Send them to /abdl/
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>>2654 t. /abdl/ user
>>2655 You know they are eventually going to strike back.

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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I don't visit here often but I'm just posting here to pay my condolences.
Memory Eternal.
>>2592 The present Monarchs have presided over the fall of the British Empire and the British people becoming the minority in London. I have no respect for such false 'royals.' >>>/vox xe/

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