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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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>>2416 It's hard to even begin. It's easy being a liberal and trying to advance a reform of the current liberal government, but monarchy is both very old and very different, there is a long history to study in order to even understand the forms of monarchy that existed in the past and their interactions with liberalism. Also the Church which could potentially champion this cause and grant authority to new and just rulers is just not what it used to be. Without a doubt, the Pope today would abhor a new monarchy, even as Americans consecrate more and more shrines to Blessed Karl of Austria. Things are really stalling out. If people come around, it will be by guilt--guilt over the degraded state of society. For whom the Lord loveth, he chastiseth, and scourgeth every son whom he receiveth.

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

Reading Thread.
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>>2408 Jean Bodin also carried on another defining trait of 1500s absolutism, denying the mixed forms of government--although, there would be a form/method distinction, that a sovereign monarch could govern democratically/oligarchically, but the focus was on having distinct forms of governments. Bodin considered Venice and the HRE to be oligarchies. He also used Herodotus as support for distinguishing three forms of government.

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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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>>2384 I believe the eventual goal is to make the service TOR only but with seamless regularnet access. You can see the proof of concept at the redchannit.com site (although it occasionally gets flakey but that might just be my halfass vpn)

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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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>>2430 No, he probably won't. But that's okay, still plenty enough. >I don't have alot of Monarchy supporting media to consume This is true--the board itself is a fairly niche subject matter. You could always read, I guess.
I-is this board dead? I was hoping to find more Monarchists...
>>2432 Yea, I hoped for that too but this is sadly just a souvenir shop You'll need to go to an active board and forge a place for Monarchy there yourself Its good to check on this place ever so often to see if its woken from its slumber, but generally, if you want a place in the world, you either create it or pray I guess..? I'm forcing this in the distant land of 4place but you do you

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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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Grace x Liberty-tan

Peasant 01/06/2021 (Wed) 06:07:31 No. 2371 [Reply]
If I were a king I would have a loli harem
me too

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

Relax and listen to music
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"The love shown by Kim II Sung all his life Kim Jong Il showed it to the youth." "We cannot forget his love even in dream" "We are the youth following the sun" "The youth know nobody but Marshal Kim Jong Un" "As a flower cushion of filial duty "As a golden cushion of best wishes "We will hold him in high esteem forever" ^Reminds me of the Themistian concept of the loving monarch.
>>600 Serbia did nothing wrong

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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>>2227 >monarchy led by ancient spirituality. will they be able to survive current year+2020+1?
>>2394 Royal family is visiting farmers and generally being virtuous on their media releases.
>>2397 well, that's good to know

Modern Monarchist Intellectuals Anonymous 06/07/2020 (Sun) 10:03:09 No. 985 [Reply]
This is a thread to post modern-day (i.e. not Filmer) figures who argue for monarchy. I know a lot of the posters on this board (or at least some of the most active ones) are Russian (or at least LARP as Russians) and I imagine there are plenty of public intellectuals arguing for the restoration of the Russian Tsar. I'm guessing that there are at least a few other Europeans here who know of writers or speakers in their own countries who argue for either the retention or restoration of their country's monarch. Please share your favorite theorists. I like to listen to and read Charles Coulombe's work. As an American, he approaches monarchy in a very general sense, and often from a very Catholic lens. He has a book coming out soon about Blessed Karl of Austria.
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>>2400 >Every traditional civilization is characterized by the presence of beings who, by virtue of their innate or acquired superiority over the human condition, embody within the temporal [...] the efficacious presence of a power that comes from above. [...this position] was traditionally identified with the king. >For this reason, kingship was the supreme form of government [in Traditional societies] Revolt against the Modern World, Chapter Regality >higher up in the hierarchy we find the warrior nobility and finally the representatives of the spirtual authority and power >A hierarchy was not a device of human will but a law of nature >What upsets modern sensitivity the most about the caste system is the law of heredity and preclusion Revolt against the Modern world, Chapter Doctrine of the Castes He then follows it up with quite a long explanation on why the above state is good and proper, essentially it gives the soul a chance to enter a body that fits its constitution. It's also worth mentioning that Evola broadly considers anything he calls "traditional" good and anything he calls modern bad. Also, bit of a correction, I switched Man among the Ruins and Revolt in my post above. It'd been years since I read the books, I should reread them.
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>>2402 I found myself reading Evola's Men Among the Ruins (casually) and noticed interesting lines. It's interesting that Evola makes that quote about principles before the French Revolution--Evola doesn't seem to be pro-Christianity either. >It's also worth mentioning that Evola broadly considers anything he calls "traditional" good and anything he calls modern bad. That doesn't float my boat very much. It's probably one of the things I'm a little critical of. I think, for example, Evola talked about king being a "great comrade" or like a leader (as dictators usually are) because while a father is a natural superior, that father is still kin or wears clothes--there's a scale in monarchy when it comes to showing superiority and also showing kinship and being a leader. At certain intervals, I feel a monarch does have to show supremacy, and another interval, to bond with men.
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>>2403 Not that Evola doesn't have anything to bring to the table.

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Non-monarchist here Peasant 11/22/2020 (Sun) 20:27:06 No. 2257 [Reply]
Do you guys want feudal monarchs back or an absolute monarchy? What's a country that exists right now that bests fit your ideology?
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Unironically, DPRK gives me strong monarchy vibes whenever their propaganda speaks about their political dynasty or their socialist fatherland as a "great family" or the oneness of the Leader or the extraordinary virtue behind them... that is what I consider the best thing in DPRK and what everyone else considers the worst about DPRK. I won't give my opinions on the rest of the political ideology of Juche or socialism, but that aspect of DPRK appeals to me... Liechtenstein also has sometimes gets brought up around here... But I cannot point to many contemporary examples, speaking as an absolutist... only certain aspects of different regimes that appeal to me... it isn't always completely what I'd want. It would be easier to go back and point to other royal regimes... contemporary examples aren't always the best... I might use Prince Sihanouk as an example to express how I view monarchy--particularly, for emphasis on how monarchy is personal.
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>>2275 You are welcome, OP. Go read those infographs & check out the reading thread for more information.
>>2263 >Feudal / absolutist aren't distinct forms of monarchy. Neither is constitutionalism. >Feudal / absolutist aren't distinct forms of monarchy. Neither is constitutionalism. it's hard to believe how few people understand this

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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

/monarchy/ general redux Peasant 05/01/2020 (Fri) 02:52:28 No. 59 [Reply] [Last]

For general discussion.
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>>1384 >too bookish >Books are heavy and time consuming. well, may I interest you in a brazillian called dovahhatty? He has a series on youtube concerning history of roman empire and as his view on romans themselves is lacking his takes on plebs, women and germans is spot on easy to digest and uncontrovercially correct overall
>>1416 that is easily the worst reading list on this board

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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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Peasant 12/25/2020 (Fri) 05:56:12 No. 2343 [Reply]
MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM /co/!!! >>>/co/7744
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>>2343 Merry Christmas, /co/ >that picture of Grace doing pushups in the background Pretty much describes our relationship w/ /liberty/ pretty well to the present-day.
Merry Christmas to you too!

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Political Party Thead Peasant 12/24/2020 (Thu) 05:32:15 No. 2340 [Reply]
What political party do you associate with ? Where are you from ? I'm curious what /monarchy/ believes in regarding this sort of praxis. Obviously voting is a meme but at least political parties can provide some sort of organization, hierarchy, and structure to ideology.
I'm american. I've only ever voted for the american solidarity party but I'm also interested in getting the princepist party off the ground.

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Peasant 12/09/2020 (Wed) 12:17:12 No. 2317 [Reply]
Why haven't you sworn fealty to prince Ali (glorious he!) Ababwa yet, /monarchy/? >great physique >strong as at least ten regular men >faced one hundred armed men, a galloping horde, and sent them packing >women love the way he dresses >has slaves, servants, and flunkies, all of whom are proud to work for him and overflowing with loyalty >also employs 40 fakirs, cooks, bakers, even a personal brass band >possesses seventy-five GOLDEN camels, fifty-three purple peacocks, and a world-class menagerie's worth of exotic-type mammals, including but not limited to: >ninety-five white Persian monkeys (which he'll let the people see for free!) >sixty elephants >llamas galore >bears >lions >even birds that warble on key Everything about this man just plain impresses. He's a winner, a whiz, a wonder. So genuflect, show some respect, and get down on one knee. Accept Ali Ababwa as your future ruler today!

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