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The King is dead! Long live the King!

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 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.3324

Suggested banners for the Kang in banners thread.




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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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File: 302baef8b571850⋯.jpg (72.09 KB, 600x458, 300:229, Virgin Wars Now.jpg)

 No.3265[Reply]

Official religion of /monarchy/ and why?

What do you larpers think of non-whites, inferior white ethinicies, and mutts? Why?

Will you accept if the age on consent jewish meme is forced by your monarch?

Views on fornication?

On a scale from 1 to 10 who pathetic do you rate the ancreeps from /liberty/? Why?

Why do you virgins like anime so much? What's you excuse for being virgin past 20? You ARE of legal age, right?

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 No.3357

>>3352

Anvirgin detected.


 No.3360

>>3357

go be a nigger somewhere else


 No.3380

>>3346

>the pope is God

your brain on popery


 No.3381

>>3380

The pope is the vicar of Christ and Christ is God.


 No.3382




File: a8eb9a61e88ccdd⋯.jpg (120.85 KB, 503x494, 503:494, Ecclesiastes.jpg)

 No.2679[Reply]

Bring in the most iconic pictures.

Let's have a content dump for all images we cherish.

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 No.3329

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 No.3337

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>>3280

>>3329

Please don't post that corrupt bitch on my /monarchy/ ever again.


 No.3347

>>3337

Crimea river


 No.3350

>>3347

Hahaha! Nice joke! Retard.


 No.3379

>>3350

Butthurt little piglet ))




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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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File: 37551e30b1c97e6⋯.mp4 (4.94 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Kaiserjäger Das ist mein….mp4)


 No.3365

File: ff3930b6631b811⋯.mp4 (9.55 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Charlie.mp4)


 No.3367

File: dead38e0e145720⋯.mp4 (15.11 MB, 640x360, 16:9, It Was A' For Our Rightful….mp4)


 No.3368

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Henry VIII was such a baller he wrote a song about hanging out


 No.3378

File: 822e0df239a8853⋯.mp4 (7.54 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Regionalhymne Westpreußen.mp4)




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 No.3376[Reply]

My man. Truly you are the last knight in a world that knows no place for knights anymore. I salute you. You'll be doing the barrel rolls in heaven from now on. So long Space cowboy. F

 No.3377

F.




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 No.3327[Reply]

The political animals like to view everything pre-1917 as primitive and despotic. Their view of our reactionary world is unpalatable. They claim their revolutionary magic "modernized" the world. Yet the history of the world is majestic. Reactionaries have a much brighter view of the past and the monarchies. We'll change their despotic view of the past. Let's de-enlighten them.

in other words, how do we brainwash /leftypol/ into serving our greater cause?

we're stealing /fascist/'s waifu until we find out

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 No.3369

File: 25e87852bdc3835⋯.jpg (62.88 KB, 362x375, 362:375, 1241555232.jpg)

>>3366

O' peasant, wherefore this republican shit?


 No.3371

>>3369

What about the afore mentioned is republican, mafioso?


 No.3373

>>3371

Everything. Burn it all.


 No.3374

File: f820bd81cadb0ab⋯.png (202.35 KB, 266x339, 266:339, 1465751031650.png)

>>3373

not an argument fag


 No.3375

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 No.3370[Reply]

Hey everyone,

I created a board called /ecopol/ in order to facilitate discuss between the left and the right on ecological issues… if anyone here is ecomonarchist or just interested in environmental issues… please check it out!



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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.3305

>>3304

While I agree with this sentiment, there is nothing wrong with being a monarchist. But I like to avoid the -ism suffix whenever possible, because of its notorious pattern among the political animals. It is much better stylistically anyways to name a specific monarchy, or say monarchy instead of monarchism. Very stylish and makes you look smart. Just don't use this as a "holier-than-thou" thing with other monarchists, because it is wordplay after all.


 No.3320

File: c59029dbf816b3f⋯.jpg (100.84 KB, 700x718, 350:359, DGq7ZQiVYAAOJoS.jpg)

Daily reminder to give up that republican mentality.


 No.3325

>>3320

how much of a beta do you have to be to want the monarch to have absolute power


 No.3326

>>3325

You tell me.


 No.3364

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 No.2282[Reply]

Was the Protestant Reformation a mistake?

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 No.3198

Yes.

It impeded our retaking of Byzantium.


 No.3348

>>2308

>Rebellion is a sin

Have you taken a look at the world's governments lately?


 No.3349

>>2464

>If every army of the world decide to surrend their nuclear weapons at once, then it would be good.

Nobody will do that, ever. No amount of weapon banning will prevent a person from killing another.

Take a gun away from a man and he'll kill you with a knife.

Take the knife away and he'll kill you with a rock.

Take the rock away and he'll kill you with his bare hands.

Weapons equalize the meek with the wicked when the strong aren't there to defend them.


 No.3351

>>3348

Those happened thanks to rebellion,so they are rebellion.

Thus,rebelling against current governments is not rebellion,it's trying to reestablish order.


 No.3362

>>3351

>Thus,rebelling against current governments is not rebellion,it's trying to reestablish order.

Not necessarily.

Remember the last military coup d'etat in Thailand?




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 No.1901[Reply]

Clare Gannaway, the gallery’s curator of contemporary art, said the aim of the removal was to provoke debate, not to censor. “It wasn’t about denying the existence of particular artworks.”

The work usually hangs in a room titled In Pursuit of Beauty, which contains late 19th century paintings showing lots of female flesh.

Gannaway said the title was a bad one, as it was male artists pursuing women’s bodies, and paintings that presented the female body as a passive decorative art form or a femme fatale.

“For me personally, there is a sense of embarrassment that we haven’t dealt with it sooner. Our attention has been elsewhere … we’ve collectively forgotten to look at this space and think about it properly. We want to do something about it now because we have forgotten about it for so long.”

Gannaway said the debates around Time’s Up and #MeToo had fed into the decision.

The removal itself is an artistic act and will feature in a solo show by the artist Sonia Boyce which opens in March. People can tweet their opinion using #MAGSoniaBoyce.

https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2018/jan/31/manchester-art-gallery-removes-waterhouse-naked-nymphs-painting-prompt-conversation

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 No.1952

>>1925

It's highlighting the existence of Babylon so that everybody will redouble their support for the Messiah, should he arrive.


 No.3199

There was a fine piece about this at the Orthosphere blog:

>I do not believe the Manchester Art Gallery had a problem with males scratching their itch as they stood before Hylas and the Nymphs, or even with male patrons running for the exits in search of some compliant scratcher. The problem was not that men were scratching, but that they might start itching.

>In other words, the problem was “sex in the head.”

>But this sex in the head was not a problem for the reason D. H. Lawrence and Dr. Brubaker saw it as a problem, which was that it might not get scratched. And it was not a problem for the reason Francesco Colonna saw it as a problem, which was that it might get scratched.

>It was a problem because it was in the head, and therefore outside the control of the bitter harridans who had the painting removed.

>What I believe worried the bitter harridans was that viewing Hylas and the Nymphs might give a man the itch for world in which there were more nymphs and fewer Harridans. This would not be, I hasten to add, a fantasy of the global bordello, since that is what we actually have. It is a fantasy where the male gaze is met, as it is being met in this painting, by an equally prurient gaze.

>That is, after all, what happened when Hylas came to this grotto. He fell for the nymphs and they fell for him. Everyone got the itch and their itches all got scratched.

>Release me, O Nymphs, I implore ye! For when through these waters I sank.

>Ye promised to lead me back thither, Now must I return on my way

>But vainly he pleaded in accents, Now angry, now tearful, now soft

>The nymphs flung their white arms around him ‘O Hylas, we love thee, here dwell!’

>. . . .

>So softly beguiled with their voices, he gave him to lover’s delights,

>And the nPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


 No.3202

>>3199

"Scratch" has got to be the most polite way of saying it that I've heard.


 No.3208

>>3199

you're exactly right, it is frumpy self-hating b*tches who want to destroy even the *idea* of young women acting feminine. they are censoring art for that reason, to help fill their goal.


 No.3359

>Censoring art

As dangerous as censuring knowledge.




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 No.3318[Reply]

A land for our beloved Grace, waifu of the monarchists. All power to Her Grace.

smh, there are few OCs. if drawfags volunteer for the fatherland, plz draw w/o glasses btw thx

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 No.3335

>>3333

>Oh no! Anything – everything for the welfare state!

you exaggerate but yes it is highly valuable and many people depend on it to afford food, shelter, healthcare, etc.

>A land-value tax is also progressive, in that the poor pay the least, and the wealthiest pay the most.

i didn't deny it was progressive, i'm saying *abolishing all other progressive taxes* is stupid.


 No.3338

>>3335

Government spending is 40% of GDP right now. Where do you draw the line?


 No.3341

File: 57b14e0f773e13e⋯.jpg (54.09 KB, 458x508, 229:254, Grace_chan_3.jpg)


 No.3342

More waifu content inc.


 No.3343

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 No.170[Reply]

1. Make banners and/or flags

2. Upload them itt

3. I will use said banners and/or flags

Go.

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 No.826

File: 74e757d32ce648a⋯.pdf (104.88 KB, borges.pdf)

test


 No.830

>>826

And more thanks!


 No.986

It seems like new threads will have flags.


 No.3322

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 No.3323

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 No.2474[Reply]

Ahem.

Before I speak, I want to address an criticism of Kaiser Wilhelm I, German Emperor. There are many who criticize the emperor's reluctance of accepting the title "Emperor of Germany". Often the blunt of it is the German emperor had been a crybaby, or the German emperor was obstructing Bismarck needlessly. This is a dishonorable argument, because it ignores what made the 2nd German Empire great.

Remember the heritage of the household, and the constitution of monarchy – that is, the heritage – the discipline of monarchs is their family history, the tradition and wisdom of their ancestors, and the responsibility of their crowns. A good monarch looks back to his past monarchs from within the blood, wanting to follow the footsteps of success… For this reason, I think, monarchy surpasses the history of republics. The heritage of a monarch, and the history of a people, seems interconnected. The responsibility to stand up to the standards of their predecessor is more personal, while in a republic… they can simply blame a political opponent – a partisan – for the mistakes of the past, which is often the case. (Yes, most political opponents love to blame their predecessors, without any weight of responsibility… their office isn't connected to them personally, after all).

The glory of Frederick the Great was attached to the title King of Prussia. If you asked Kaiser Wilhelm I to abandon the title of King of Prussia, it simply meant abandoning his heritage, his discipline, and his connection to a great ancestor. For this reason, it is understandable the German Emperor would accept the title of popular sovereignty. Popular sovereignty allowed him to have the responsibility of being the King of Prussia and Emperor of the Germans. This went well with the federation of the German Empire, and it brought the heritage of Prussia with the empire, a history that is important to German people.

Another injustice is the Treaty of Versailles. The beginning of the German Empire, the highest point of its success and the beginning of their empire, had been in the Hall of Mirrors at Versailles. This treaty humiliated the German people and separated the last legitimate GPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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 No.2627

File: dd9b048b6ab32b4⋯.jpg (140.3 KB, 900x610, 90:61, DJW9HHLVwAM2HMe.jpg)

>>2474

The only emperor meant to rule supreme over the German princes is the roman imperator. Wilhelm 'imposter' Borussia rex is an ambitious king but not an emperor. Kurfürsten and Immerwährender Reichstag, not Warmachinery and usurpers, ok?


 No.2628

File: 8507c88209852f4⋯.png (60.45 KB, 680x433, 680:433, germanyaintfree.png)


 No.2631

>>2628

thx saved


 No.2657

Germany as a confederation would have been more prosperous than as the totalitarian state it became.

I'd rather take HRH Hans Adam III's monarcho-secessionism any day.


 No.3321

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We all miss the German Empire.




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 No.2989[Reply]

How does /monarchy/ feel about imperialism and the legacy of colonial empires? Do we have apologists for it? For or against it?

Common arguments are the colonial empires benefit the conquered in building various institutions like hospitals, schools, and developing the economy in exchange for the resources. Christian missionaries also followed in the dominion of empires, spreading Christianity and churches along the way. From the Christian perspective, this is a very benevolent force of colonialism. Among these benefactors, the empires were not all necessarily violent in their expansion. A few of the indigenous people and local royalty chose to side with the empires. Nothing comes without price, so the subjects of imperial rule surely had to benefit the colonial rulers. It still benefited both to a degree, despite the subjugation or incorporation of those peoples. The rise and fall of empires brings glories and shame across the globe. Yet nobody would give away an empire, as the empires were a higher status among nations.

Obvious downfalls were the violence and horrors of the domain. No person easily accepted subjugation without a cost. The cost-benefit evaluation always throttles. When faced with enemies, it comes to compromises with a higher power, but it often means being taken advantage of. Still, for what colonial empires were, the name British Empire still evokes a sense of pride and glory.

If not for empires, it should be stated what better alternatives ought to exist. What we see in the world today is touted to be imperialism in disguise and a few mark the United States as an empire. Despite the US being far from the glories of an empire, there is a perceived hegemony across the globe. – Besides that, what models there instead of an empire is interesting enough. Like monarchy, I consider an empire to be most honest in how desirable it is to take the status of an empire.

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 No.3195

File: 1a40943598ec071⋯.pdf (615.63 KB, The Case for Colonialism -….pdf)

I'll be the first to admit I haven't read all the way through pdf related. However, it's worth noting that the greatest civilizing forces in the world were all empires.

>Alexander

>Rome

>Catholicism (still Rome I guess)

>Brittania

>'Murica

The biggest thing facing burgers is not "Are we an empire?" The Question is "What do we have worth being imperial about?"

I defy ZOG. And it's a damn shame that I do, cuz they're pretty good at the whole power thing. If only they weren't such Jews about it all…


 No.3206

>>3005

>I am a pussy lolbert faggot, the faggot


 No.3207

>>3195

America could only be an anti-traditional 'empire' and many leftist ex-communists want to use it that way.


 No.3272

>>3206

>I am a pussy faggot, the faggot

BURN! Don't even bother replying.


 No.3319

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Imperialism was cool.




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