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?”
We live in a dark age, an age of inversion and insanity. What was wrong has been deemed “right,” what was right is now “wrong.” What was common sense in the old days is now “insanity” or “hate speech.” Gone are the days of the State. We live in the age of the Anti-State. The … More The Age of the Anti-State
There is a great deal of misinformation (and downright lies) spread by Anjouists and their propaganda machine. A great many of these falsehoods have been addressed in other articles. “There is no nationality rule” It is true that those of the Old Regime would not speak of “nationality,” but just because the word doesn’t exist … More Refuting Anjouist Misinformation
Background In 1864 Prince Gaston d’Orleans married Princess Isabella of Brazil, heiress to the Imperial throne of Brazil. Prince Gaston moved to Brazil and took the Brazilian nationality. Thus, the Prince ceased to be a French dynast. In 1889, the Brazilian monarchy was illegally overthrown in a coup. Prince Gaston then hoped that he might … More Family Pact of 1909
Continuity of the Crown Many people wonder or question the practice of the French pretenders using regnal numbers when they aren’t actually on the throne. This is because of one of the Fundamental Laws called Continuity of the Crown. It says that once the king is dead, the next in line is automatically king. France, therefore, … More Why We Use Regnal Numbers
Regicide and Political Chaos Jacobins and historians accuse Louis XVI of being a “tyrant.” Jacobins celebrated their treasons against their king. Even today, the anthem of the French Republic is filled with Jacobin lyrics! Was Louis XVI a tyrant? Of course not! He was a good man, though not very politically savvy, which would aid … More The Case for the King