The House of Bourbon-Orleans is the Royal House of France according to the true meaning and intent of the Fundamental Laws of the kingdom. The Parlement of Paris, a judicial body of the Old Regime, ruled that foreigners are prohibited from the succession. The same court likewise declared that the Salic law prohibits the kingdom … More Getting the Facts Straight
Hilaire de Curzon was an Anjouist and President of Union poitevine des syndicats agricoles, an agricultural union. In 1913, Curzon published De la Nationalité des princes de la branche ainée des Bourbons (1913). The work consists of a Foreword, three chapters, and a conclusion — all written in the defence of the Spanish Bourbons. It … More Refuting Hilaire de Curzon
The purpose of this article is to refute the anti-monarchical ramblings of Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense.” Thomas Paine: The Man Before we discuss his inane ramblings, let us discuss Thomas Paine as an individual. Paine was a convicted criminal and a subversive who supported both the American and French Revolutions. We all know how the … More Against Paine’s “Common Sense”
Not long after our publication of “What is a ‘Foreign Prince’?” there has been some confusion. Anjouists, who are wont to manipulate facts to absurd levels, claim we are “ignorant of history” and the meaning of a “foreign prince” (Prince étranger). The purpose of the above article was not to go into the history of … More Foreign Prince Redux
Below are some notes on tyranny by St. Thomas Aquinas’ famous De Regno. Here in Chapter 6, Aquinas argues that it is worse when a polyarchy (the rule of many) becomes corrupt than the rule of one (monarchy):  When a choice is to be made between two things, from both of which danger impends, surely … More St Thomas Aquinas on Tyranny
The Arrêt le Maistre of 1593 made two things very clear and confirmed two principles as being part of the Fundamental Laws: The king must be Catholic and French. That the fundamental laws of this kingdom be kept and the judgments given by the said court for the declaration of a Catholic and French king executed; and … More A Catholic and French King
The subhuman republican scum who led a treasonous attempt to secede from the Kingdom of Spain have been given “lengthy” prison sentences. Naturally, the supporters of this treason cry afoul. These traitors got off easy. No executions, no ear cropping, no flogging. Nine to thirteen years in prison. That is an absolute joke.
This question is always asked as a quick rebuttal to monarchism. But it is a foolish question. The reality of politics and human nature proves it to be a foolish question — a question that can be rebutted with another question: What if a president is a tyrant? The republican might respond with “we’ll vote him … More “What if the King is a Tyrant?”
The Facebook page for Scots for a French Royal Restoration (SFRR) was deleted by Facebook recently. Why? What rule did they violate? Nudity, apparently. What ghastly nude image was posted? Some naked cherubs, of course. Someone flagged the image above for “nudity.” For whatever absurd reason, Facebook agreed and deleted the page. Common sense is … More An Anjouist Plot
Monseigneur the Count of Paris–de jure King Jean IV of France–is the subject of an article in The Telegraph. The man who would be king of France, Prince Jean d’Orléans, Count of Paris and heir to the Bourbon dynasty, lives in a chateau in Dreux, an hour from Paris.