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The King is dead! Long live the King!

File: 1425421801505.jpg (39.4 KB, 512x338, 256:169, bloodywhitebaron2.jpg)

 No.1[Reply]

Welcome to /monarchy/. I'm editing this top post in order to condense things. This is now the only sticky and a general meta thread. There has been no change in BO, I'm just trying to clean things up a bit more. I may delete out posts in this thread just because I would like keeping the >>1 post for tradition's sake.

Rules: https://8ch.net/monarchy/charter.html

About/Links: https://8ch.net/monarchy/about.html

More specifically, if there is a new BO or volunteer of /monarchy/, it's announced here. If there is a change to the rules, it is promulgated here. This is also a thread I'll use to be a little less aloof and talk about minor and meta stuff: general feedback, complaining about troll threads, accepting submissions for flags, banners, moderation, and rules, etc.. A court, if you will.

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 No.8598

>>8594

Try this:

background: url("https://media.8ch.net/file_store/70ef3217f6f8924b250912086832ba8cd761fb0b5934080a603d14ccb18a6fb4.png") bottom right fixed no-repeat, url("https://i.imgur.com/RpLoehA.jpg") top repeat-x;

background-attachment: fixed;

background-size: 250px, auto;

>>8596

>It's hard to know because this site sucks trying to do any sort of testing with it.

You can test the CSS in realtime with ctrl + shift + I if you're using Chrome, just go to the sources tab, click on "stylesheets" > "board" > "monarchy.css", and it's easy to see your changes. I'm sure it's something similar for other browsers.




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 No.13[Reply]

Can we get a Monarchist reading list?

I'll start with some:
Dante's De Monarchia
De Maistre's The Generative Principle of Political Constitutions
Filmer's Patriarcha
Kuehnelt-Leddihn's Liberty or Equality
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 No.8508

File: 89e1ee5da25939b⋯.jpg (45.44 KB, 324x400, 81:100, 17554832430_b8b17fc578.jpg)

Limited time (30 days):

Jean Bodin's Six Books of Commonwealth

A whole whopping 800 pages.

https://uploadfiles.io/ekk4nl30

The file size is too big to upload.




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 No.6907[Reply]

American imperialists took away the power of my blessed monarch, the emperor of Japan.

We Japanese will rise again. Our rightful clay will be returned to us plus more.

Japanese Empire thread

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 No.8366

>>8299

As a Christian who knows history, the church is far better of with the church being kept seperate.


 No.8369

>>8366

Checked, but no like for the Ancien Regime? At least when there is no separation of church and state, then you've got the Church Estate keeping the government from trying to do all the welfare crud.


 No.8375

>>8366

And how has that worked out today? Man is fundamentally religious therefore the state is either harmonised to the church or seeks to destroy the church and impose its own state religion. We need the double headed eagle, the Byzantine answer. Church and state in cooperation and symphony. No one is arguing the state is above the church so don’t even try to imply that is our position. It doesn’t take a genius to realise for centuries from Constantine to the early modern era Christians have been for a confessional state. Secularism is anathematised. Even the Lutherans advocated monarchy.


 No.8376

>>8369

When you have separation of church and state, the state runs the church. Period.


 No.8622

>>8376

90% of the point of the separation of church and state is protecting the church from the state.




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 No.950[Reply]

/leftypol/ crashing in, sorry for crossposting hopefully I don't get banned

How do I reconcile being a far-leftist with my monarchist tendencies, I like the aesthetics of it but being a socialist is quite antithetical to it.

are there any readings on monarchism from a leftist perspective, a monarch that upholds the revolution, something similar to Napoleon and the french revolution

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 No.8587

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>>8586

RRRRRRRRRRRREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

GET THEE OUT OF MY BOARD, DIALECTICAL MATERIALIST


 No.8588

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>>8587

no :^)


 No.8589

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>>8588

NO, YOU SHUT THE FUCK UP, ANTI-IMPERIALIST

YOU WILL BE HANGED, DRAWN, AND QUARTERED


 No.8590

Much wrong with the world as it is is thanks to the idealogical plague unleashed by the French Revolution, which in turn was basis for the nightmare loosed by Red October. Why on Earth would we look on any of you charitably? Especially when you have no desire to admit your guilt in these events beyond "W-well it's not perfect," and go on insisting that your flimsy ways are those of the future. They're not even new: every half-bit peasant revolt wanted to seize wealth and property that wasn't theirs ad nauseum. It's also a hideous bastardization of Christianity, especially when you get into the Cosmist beliefs of governmental responsibility to resurrect everyone.


 No.8621

>>8588

>One type of globalist accusing others of being a different type of globalist

Begone.




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 No.8311[Reply]

I've been on /fascist/ for a few months now, and I've slowly come to understand that monarchy is the best form of government by far.

I read the about page and 'liberty or equality' and I agree with most, if not all, of it.

I'm Catholic and I'm 90+% French; born in America.

I'd like to return to France someday.

God - Race - Fatherland - Family

I'm occasionally berated by civil liberty fags, people who think meritocratic dictatorship is a good idea, and 'b.b..but tyranny' tards on fascist so I intend to visit this board more often.

The only things that should limit a king's power are the words of God and angry mobs.

I'd call myself a Monarchist that wants to see the first king implement a lot of national socialist policies.

The only misgivings I have about this board are race and restoration.

I don't think people that aren't part of the fatherland's native ethnic group should be in the country.

The way I see it, the king is the will of God and the nation combined and personified.

Therefore he must be of the same race.

This leads into my problem with the only two French flags on this board.

Legitimists wanted some pan-euro inbreeding cult member on the throne

and the bonapartists wanted a fucking Italian.

I think the royal family of a country should maintain the racial purity of their bloodline by marrying high ranking members of the aristocracy within their own country.

I want to see new dynasties, not restorations.

I'm not sure I fit squarely in either board.

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 No.8597

>>8501

I did not intend to aristolarp. We are all God’s children, all royal houses have had humble origins. Family however did mean a lot more in the pre-modern world than it does mean today.

>>8556

No dynasty lasts forever, but the advantage of having a dynasty is that political power is not transferred arbitrarily and relentlessly between ambitious power players. Desire for power is actually a character flaw not a virtue. Those most desperate for power will stop at nothing to cling onto it like vipers. They will act like madmen and true tyrants. Those who only mildly want it will fare mildly, and those who did not want it at all tend to be the most judicious and wise rulers. The hereditary heir has no say in the matter at all so it’s far more likely he’s of the third category. The hereditary principle is not a utopian solution because the royalist understands there is no utopian solution to the issue of who will govern and lead. Every modern system claims to produce wonderful leadership but they are all liars.

Hitler was an extraordinary man and foolish is he who will deny it. Who would have been his successor though according to the fascist worldview? Goebbels? Goering? Himmler? Who after them? That sounds nice recipe for civil war and total political animalism. We cannot just trust that a political party, even in a one party state, will magically produce quality leadership. In truth, it’s largely up to God how diligent and competent our leaders will be. I’d rather leave the issue up to hereditary succession than in the hands of elections or civil war. Yes, there have been pretenders in history, but a hereditary heir is a lot more clear cut solution than “we must follow the strongest man” aka who has more political power.

The Divine Right of Kings and Mandate of Heaven ideas are very anti-democratic and anti-populist. These ideas can be summarized with the assertion that monarchy is likely to please God most as we know in the Old and New Testament democracy or the “will of the people” demagoguery is almost always wrongheaded.


 No.8600

>>8556

>But I do believe that Louis XVI lost the mandate of heaven.

Absolutely revolutionary.

Louis XVI was not a bad monarch as the revolutionaries would have us believe. Revolutionaries are never held accountable in the way a monarch is. They don't have to bear the tremendous burden of responsibility that he has to. It's easy for demagogue psychopaths of 1789 to criticize but improve nothing - in fact wreck everything.

>muh starving children

It was pre-modern Europe. Gimme a break dude. Stop buying into French Revolution leftist propaganda.

>The moral authority should be the church.

And the royal family. They lead by example. Hitler's attempt to subjugate the church to the NSDAP was… ugly. A true cooperation between church and state is needed, not French Revolution-tier subjugations of the church.

>Yes (answering in what sense did monarch fail).

You cannot answer a "what" question with a yes or no.

>And then it failed.

Failed how? Monarchy is God ordained, it is the oldest political system in the world. Its virtues persevere and the fraud of republicanism remains a fraud.

>lebenslarp

This lost Germany the war. It's another utopian fraud justified by all-or-nothing logic. Germans don't have to wipe out the world to preserve their own race. What happened to Christian charity and mercy?

>>8557

Like power, the quality of persuasiveness is instrumental and not of any moral character. Sure, it can be used for good, but it can also be used for evil.

>Hitler Succeeded

When your entire argument is grounded in "Hitler did this, Hitler did that", that is a testament to the abilities of one man, not of a worldview and system of governance. Monarchy has a far longer track record that goes back to the Bible itself.

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 No.8603

>>8393

hey goys and girls


 No.8616

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>>8581

>I'm in favor of a monarchy, and I'm in favor of the catholic church playing a huge role in the government.

This I can agree with

What I can't agree with is your love for fascism. I will admit, years ago I used to be an unironic blackshirt even so much as to join the Black Shirt party of America but over time I have come to realize that it is not the way to success.l or paradise.

Eventually I started taking my faith more seriously and that is where I realize my mistakes.

Here are some good links to help you on your way:

NON ABBIAMO BISOGNO

An Encyclical from Pope Pius XI condeming Italian Fascism and the worship of the State (Statolraty)

http://w2.vatican.va/content/pius-xi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-xi_enc_29061931_non-abbiamo-bisogno.html

MIT BRENNENDER SORGE

An Encyclical from Pope Pius XI condeming German Neo-paganism (aka raceolatry)

http://w2.vatican.va/content/pius-xi/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-xi_enc_14031937_mit-brennender-sorge.html

As a Catholic, you have to remember we are not of this world, we are just living here on out way to the next. Does this mean we just give up and not participate or try to make the world better? Of course not. We are definitely called to make the world a better place, but we ought to make the world a better place according to the will of God and not the will of men. Monarchs of past knew this as they first and foremost had God on their minds or at least most did, kings and queens are still hPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.8620

>>8600

>Louis XVI was not a bad monarch as the revolutionaries would have us believe.

He was a horribly weak king, which makes him a bad king.

>Revolutionaries are never held accountable in the way a monarch is. They don't have to bear the tremendous burden of responsibility that he has to.

I'm certainly no fan of the likes of Robespierre and Marat, but you understand that both were killed, right?

>>8616

>Monarchs of past

were, as you said, human. The idea that Monarchs as a whole were particularly devoted to God is laughable. There were good kings, and bad kings. Pretending like almost all of them were good is nothing bot revisionism.




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 No.4658[Reply]

Economics datamining thread.

>Which school of economic thought do you feel you adhere to the closest? Austrian, Chicago, Neoclassical, Classical, Keynes, Marx?

>Which theory of value? Labor, subjective, cost, utils?

>Which theory of interest? Colorless, productivity, abstinence (PTPT), liquidity, renumeration, or exploitation?

>Which theory of the business cycle? Government control of the money supply? Animal spirits? Poorly regulated financial sector? Capitalism itself?

>Which theory of the entrepreneur? Knight's risk, Schumpeter's innovation, or Kirzner's alertness?

>Which theory of economic equilibrium? Mainstream "Consider a collection of demand curves that are monotonic…," the Austrian ERE, Hulsmann's counterfactuals, or Lachmann's notion that equilibrium does not exist?

>Which monetary standard? Gold standard, greenback, Bitcoin, labor-backed, fiat, or denationalized money?

>Which trade policy? Mercantilism, 'managed' trade, or free trade?

>Would you agree more with Say or Keynes?

>Are copyrights and patents a good idea?

>Are occupational licenses a good idea?

>Are minimum wage controls a good idea?

>Are other price controls (e.g., rent control) a good idea?

>Are worker unions a good idea?

>Are guilds a good idea?

>Are monopolies created by or destroyed by capitalism? Should the government have a role w.r.t monopolies?

>Which should or shouldn't be paid for by the government, or to what extent? Education, healthcare, housing, science, military, food, water, internet, telephone, roads, airports, ports, courts, pensions, weights/measures, post office?

>Which industries need regulation, and to what extent? Doctors, dentists, telecoms, finance?

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 No.8541

>>8539

Thanks man. I will look that one up. And my school doesn't have a very robust economic department so I don't expect much, nor do I really care much since I end up teaching myself more than school does.

>>8540

That's a reasonable suggestion because I'm not interested in becoming either of those but the minor would be mostly to give me some ground in a more practical field. My major is (going to be) philosophy. I know, I know.


 No.8561

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>>8541

>My major is (going to be) philosophy. I know, I know.

Ultimately, I can't tell you what to do with your life. Who knows. Maybe you will become the next famous Austrian Economist like Hoppe (but better). When you end up writing your world famous book teaching the people about the wonders of monarchy, promise to remember us?

I'll be praying for you, peasant. God love you.


 No.8576

>>4660

>the socialists who claim: everything is deterministic

Yeah that's not what socialists claim. Either way, if you are interested in the actual Marxist defense of the labor theory of value the top reply on this question should clear things up: https://www.quora.com/What-testable-predictions-does-the-Labor-Theory-of-Value-make

>>4675

I hope you are aware of the immense technological regress that this has to go along with. A modern industrialized society cannot co-exist with feudal social relations; even right-wing economic theorists realize this. Wanting to revert to monarchy is already fairly absurd but wanting to go back to feudalism is nothing but LARPing. If absolute monarchies would ever make a widespread return, it would still be in the service of capital (i.e. basically fascism under some sort of "monarchist" guise), not in the service of old-school nobility and feudal lords.

>>8309

<tfw you are such a high IQ aristocratic individual that you spend hours on 8chan shitposting about monarchism and redtext


 No.8609

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>>8576

>Wanting to revert to monarchy is already fairly absurd but wanting to go back to feudalism is nothing but LARPing. If absolute monarchies would ever make a widespread return

Most feudalists stand in opposition to absolutists on this board, or sometimes they're both the same oddly enough. The autism this board presents sometimes.

>tfw you are such a high IQ aristocratic individual that you spend hours on 8chan shitposting about monarchism and redtext

Redtexting is a delicate craft on this board.

I don't think this board has seen a genuine leftist appear out of the blue in ages… do you want a pillow and some cold water while on your stay here?

>If absolute monarchies would ever make a widespread return, it would still be in the service of capital

We'll see about that.


 No.8619

>>8576

>the socialists who claim: everything is deterministic

>Yeah that's not what socialists claim.

Are you using the Big Lie propaganda technique? I've met plenty of socialists who explicitly go down the path of determinism -> completely determined mathematical model of all human behavior -> mathematical function of all of society whose output is utils and input are the factors of production -> submit a computer to optimize this function

Where do you think Cybersyn had its genesis from?

Also, holy mother of god that link. If you don't post that over on /liberty/, Intelligentsia you better follow up.




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 No.8234[Reply]

We need all hands on deck!

This board is in dire need of creative talent. Let's make new banners.

There must be a cultural renewal. A new age of /monarchy/.

For I also say that /monarchy/ should create an emblem for itself. A board emblem to spread as an icon for /monarchy/. I'm guessing a crown would be the first symbol to consider, but I reckon there might be a plethora of symbols/colors to represent the monarchist way.

Also, a banner has to be 300 x 100, I'm sure. I recommend using

http://www.simpleimageresizer.com/

to achieve this.

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 No.8608

File: 67eeecfac3fc498⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 132.6 KB, 645x844, 645:844, 67eeecfac3fc4988ab34c5f399….png)

Here's another example of a coat of arms.

If anyone is lurking who enough craftsmanship to make one, we'll all be here.


 No.8610

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 No.8611

>>8610

My friend is going to thank you very much for this one!


 No.8612

>>8611

It's my pleasure, but tell your friend to give all the glory to God instead.


 No.8618

>>8612

I don't want to exhaust/press you too hard, but I'm dying for British ones. Reference >>8574 and maybe this French one >>8578 with 'L'etat c'est moi'. I don't know how long these take to make, so don't feel too urgent.




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 No.2355[Reply]

Contribute music, preferably monarchy-related.

Marches, songs, and contemporary music.

WebM, mp4, and Youtube.

Music inspires.

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 No.8605

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

¡Que Viva mi Cristo! ¡Que Viva mi Rey!

Live my Christ! Live my King- a Song of the cristeros


 No.8606

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Onward Christian Soldiers


 No.8613

>>8606

Do you know how to make mp4s?

http://www.videosmaller.com/

Is useful for reducing the file size below 16.

As for good Youtube to mp4 converters…

https://ytmp3.cc/

https://youtubemp4.to/

https://www.converto.io/en

You should stop using Youtube videos because what if one day they expand their Hate Speech policy or a channel goes down. I have one last recommendation.

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/youtube-mp4-downloader/

This is good if you use firefox.


 No.8614

>>8613

Remember, when using videosmaller, scale to 720 width to minimize the file size. You can do this repeatedly.


 No.8617

>>8613

Thank you for the information, I will keep it in mind next time I post more songs.




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 No.3808[Reply]

I know you peasants play video games. Let us share our favorite games and monarchy-related fantasies.

<what possible games could interest a monarchist?

Peasant, let me tell you. There are a variety of mods and historical themes for all games. Paradox games usually take the cake. For this audience, I am recommending Mount and Blade: With Fire and Sword's mod called "English Civil War".

https://www.moddb.com/mods/english-civil-war

It is a fun mod and a hidden gem.

<how is this thread pertinent to /monarchy/

Because gamers are lurking and sometimes it is best to kickback and relax. We are peasants and aristocrats. There are many video games related to this subject matter across all genres. This is a possible frontier to have fun.

You are free to discuss /monarchy/-related games and usual stuff here.

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 No.7682

>>7493

Mount & Blade is better by a cunthair


 No.7683

>>7682

Your point?


 No.7698

>>7683

I don't need one you insufferable horse's arse.


 No.8503

If anyone has Warcraft 3, I would play it with ya.


 No.8615

File: 07e00e809612231⋯.png (236.32 KB, 5632x2048, 11:4, eu4_map_FRA_1444_11_11_1.png)

I'm playing as The Big Blue Blob France, /monarchy/, what idea groups should I take and in which order? Espionage and Naval are not allowed. Initial opinions have forced my starting rivals as England, Burgundy, and Austria; it looks like my alliances are going to be Castile, Provence, Scotland, maybe Savoy, and I'll save my fifth slot for a vassal or to mess around in Ireland.

Any thoughts for the playthrough until 1500? Keep in mind I'm kind of a shite EUIV player.

I'm obviously staying Catholic. Any other requests?




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 No.8380[Reply]

Huzzah! The demise of the 5th French republic is upon us and the the republican politicians and on trial. Who do we elect to the throne of France? The House of Napoleon, the House of Bourbon or the House of Orléans? Which of the handsome men is the true King of France?

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 No.8415

>>8409

>France returning to monarchism would be such a reversal to the ideals of the French Revolution that it would be a huge ideological blow to Democracy.

That's the idea.


 No.8573

>>8390

You sure you want that tide of sheer smug?

>>8395

>but Hitler

So you want France to get its shit wrecked again while wasting both blood and treasure on social and military boondoggles? France needs continuity with its past, and drastic repairs to heal the damage since the Revolution, not war as a first step.

Whichever of these three men is most capable, and who knows the best court-to-be.


 No.8582

Why has France fallen so far? It used to be a land at the absolute pinnacle of governance, religion, culture, tradition, and economic prowess.


 No.8585

>>8582

liberalism and relativism


 No.8591

>>8585

Also Protestantism. Peak arrogance, you see.




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 No.422[Reply]

Post ITT every time you visit /monarchy/, so that we can generate more activity on this board.

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 No.8468

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 No.8519

>Browsing /monarchy/'s archive.

A lot of these are surprisingly alright.


 No.8520

Ah, a board for Don Quixote, not accelerationist thuggery.


 No.8527

>>8520

This

Also, fun fact, (((accelerationism))) is only pushed by cowardly Political Animals because nobody will follow their craptastic ideas unless literally everyone is miserable in a post-apocalypse.


 No.8568

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>>8527

While also making the big assumption that they themselves will live long enough to make their big jackboot restoration happen. People on this board know better, and know that these things can't be rushed. It took a good few centuries for Rome's own grand experiment to subside into the Empire, after all.

As an aside, we could do with flags for the Roman Empire, the Kingdom of Greece, the Kingdom of Serbia, the Byzantine Empire, and other places in the East. Or would ancient and medieval kingdoms go beyond this board's remit?




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 No.3258[Reply]

Remember that the political animals are all breeds of ideological charlatan. If they subscribe to an ideology, they are a political animal; a political animal is somebody who chooses to be other than man; he chooses to become an partisan or idealist. They see everything through the lenses of their -ism and think highly of plain things. Political animals destroy each other, lavishing to take any mantle of authority. They are dogs in the mud, trampling over each other.

Don't become a political animal. Think of authority, not anarchism. Think of people for who they actually are, not what they "should" be or what party. Be loyal to someone and not an ideal. Don't aspire for power and control, but become somebody of action and authority. Find strength, not slander of opponents. Think of honor, not false chants of liberty; because liberty is honorable and before people are truly free they must become responsible first. Before anybody has any liberty, they must find duty, or else they seek to have liberty without any responsibility – that is a demagogue's tyranny.

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 No.8549

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>>8547

Don't care about the People™.

There, I said it. I am despotic and cruel overlord of the masses, the chief bringer of misery and oppression; I am the noble tyrant.

And my Pharaoh's heart is hardened.


 No.8553

>>8549

And your ideal world will be implemented how? With an imaginary army? Violence is the final determining factor in politics, and numbers matter. Not caring about people's opinions only works when they can't stand against you.


 No.8555

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>>8553

THE PHARAOH'S HEART HARDENED


 No.8559

>>8555

You want to make an actual point, or are just going to keep playing pretend?


 No.8563

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>>8559

There will a time where the People™ will beg for despotism and I won't have to even lift a finger.




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 No.8447[Reply]

How would the political map of the monarchist Europe look like? Would it remain the same? Would the borders be based the de jure claims of past kingdoms/principalities/empires or would they be drawn between the religious divisions? How would the ethnic makeup of the continent come into the picture? Post your concepts and maybe explain it if you want to.

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 No.8525

>>8524

I dunno, the HRE had a pretty good run of it.


 No.8531

>>8525

That was an artificial state that inevitably had to come to a close tho. People say it like it's a bad thing, but having bigger countries with concrete solid borders has its benefits over a bunch of balkanized warring ministates.


 No.8532

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>>8495

I do. Whan can you play?


 No.8544

>>8532

I was just joking, I won't be able to be near a computer until like September.


 No.8554

>>8544

Damn.

https://steamcommunity.com/id/trench1918, if you ever get close to a PC again.




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 No.8242[Reply]

We have to stop thinking about monarchy in terms of "is it more socialist or libertarian" like some political compass soyboy NPC animal. The great royal houses who built the nations we know today were neither socialists nor libertarian liberals. The spectrum of acceptable ideologies in mainstream political discourse is incredibly small because the course of democratic society is determined by demagogues and their ideas. Materialism has corrupted the human brain to a degree that the NPC believes all that matters in politics is this stupid dialectic of two slightly different - equally decadent - types of cosmopolitanism.

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 No.8463

>>8454

I just wanted to mess with you a bit.

It's been changed back.


 No.8469

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>>8448

>No you have not explained why or how the market autocorrects for good. Not even a semi-free market does that

You are posting on an imageboard that has decentralized board ownership, for all intents and purpose this is a board market. If a board is shit, people vote with their feet and go to another one, hence: dysnigger at /b/ is all alone on his shit board as it has been replaced with /b2/, he did it for free anyway, so he doesn't care. /animu/ also became popular last year when the mods at /a/ started to go on a power trip. If board owners had more property rights, this system would've worked better, the "king" of this board would be able to truly rule it because he would also be able to make a real living from moderating and improving the board by earning the ad revenue. THIS IS THE FREE MARKET, this is more/less how medieval Europe was, not the modernist, centralized communist fantasy land you're imagining.

>>8452

The late Russian Empire had some of the free-est markets, you uneducated nigger, especially after Stolypin's reforms. Try learn the difference between the Empire and your anti-market commie brethren who took power. You call him a liberal, though ironically you hold the same socialist postitions as the liberals who partook in the February Revolution. "We're not socialists, we just hate markets", lmao it's the same as hearing "we're not parasites, we just hate the immune system", at least take responsibility and own the fact that you are a filthy leftist, then we can start discussing.


 No.8471

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>>8469

>Bolshevik Revolution

Last I checked it was Kerensky, a classical liberal, who was a major player in the overthrow of the Tsar. Fucking brainlets however cannot concieve that monarchy transcends the modern left / right dialectic.

>mEdIEVal EUrope wuz FrEE mERKet

XD XD XD XD XD XD XD

>u dOnT LiEk cAPiTalIsm ThER4 u A cOMmiE

Get help.


 No.8472

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>>8471

>the February Revolution was the Bolshevik Revolution

You truly are a stupid fucking nigger.


 No.8478

>>8472

Did I say it was? That's right nope. Read what I said stupid nigger. >>8471

>"who was a major player in the overthrow of the Tsar"




 No.8387[Reply]

How does a country that does not have a royal family go about establishing a monarchy? And how would people follow a man that is proclaimed king in this secular liberal society we live in?

I’m very interested in your thoughts.

 No.8424

>>8387

>How does a country that does not have a royal family go about establishing a monarchy?

That depends on the country and the situation the country is in. If the established country is stable and prosperous, it would be hard to establish a legitimate and recognized monarchy short of a hostale takeover from an outside empire or very VERY popular military/executive leader.

If the established country is on the brink of collapse, a peaceful takeover can be achieved by convincing the people to force their legislature to give up their sovereignty to the monarch or by making the established government irrelevant.

In short, establishing your own dynasty in a nation where royalty is foregin or verboten is no easy task. There is no easy answer to this question.

>And how would people follow a man that is proclaimed king in this secular liberal society we live in?

They wouldn't, secular liberalism will die out or liberals will run away to a nation that conforms with their political animalism.




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