>so thought of looking into monarchy
It really isn't rocket science, I'd have to admit.
"Let there be one Lord, one King!" said Gaius Caesar Augustus Germanicus (Caligula), reportedly by Suetonius.
That is enough for me.
I'm not here to be a big-brain or anything.
Other people usually delve into royalism and being trads. I wouldn't treat /monarchy/ entirely like /his/ or /christian/ or another /pol/, but you could have some of it.
>(((democracy))) hasn't solved much problems since it got pushed
Democracy? Yuck. But my opinion is not to let hating democracy define everything. It is better to simply like monarchy.
>Just saying that there needs to be something personal for people to come here, just like any other board
It is really challenging to make a board like /monarchy/, such a niche subject matter, communicate with people on a daily basis. It would probably help if we made more self-improvement threads or community-based ones like the gaming thread b/c that does help.
I could point to 9 threads on the catalog that I ended up making. Plus, I've been deliberately trying to keep hands off on /monarchy/ since Hoppe-sama move.
>this place has always had high entry barrier
There is a bit of Elitism here.
But the problem I diagnose is the small size. /monarchy/ is an extremely tight-knit circle. Anons idolize the comfy small board... but having a small /monarchy/ is probably the source for all these problems. It means there are feuds between anons because when a board is this small... it is hardly anonymous.
That is most self-defeating.
>Maybe make more debate/discussion threads?
On a board with more people, this would be easy to have. But because there is a lack of circulation between anons... it is usually the same old debate and when you're growing bitter after a debate you don't want to butt heads again and again.
If there was more circulation between anons, you could easily find fresh debate. Heck, you'd even have opportunity to reconcile with old anons because you wouldn't constantly be at each other's throats.
Every board is a kind of hugbox at some level, but it would probably be healthy to have opposition here and there. Especially from other boards, because in-fighting between monarchyfags gets annoying for a while.
Anons want an elitist board, hoping that it will draw people in rather than approaching them. I don't think a board like /monarchy/ could become so attractive that people would start coming here. Many anons were lost and couldn't find their way back here... because this place was unknown.
Elitism relies heavily on peer pressure. There are hardly enough like-minded peers to pull it off and make /monarchy/ that comfy small board.
>Why Hitler failed to bait /pol/ into discussion
I'm okay with this as long as we don't become ultra-contrarians like /his/ in rejecting /pol/. It is that way with /his/ because they're on /pol/'s front doorstep. We don't need to.
>There's an OC thread for your board-tan but no OC thread for flowcharts, videos, infographics and stuff
I felt this was a problem too. I'll let someone else make an OC thread... for a while the /monarchy/ general has been the OC thread pretty much.
>Books are heavy and time consuming.
Yep, but I think it's great we have so many books! It is a resource we all need. Let more people contribute more books.
>Documentaries? Youtube videos?
In webm/mp4 thread.
No movies yet.
I make propaganda sometimes.
Reading list + Grace reading pics are my explicit propaganda.
There are only two pills on this board: dharmapill + purplepill.
I wish this board did more to interact with other places and imageboards. I advocate having a few colonial ambitions.
Ambiguity is another.
/monarchy/ as an imageboard hasn't been tried before. Many people belonging here aren't imageboard people.