The purpose of this article is to refute Guy Stair Sainty’s so-called “Legitimist” Case. A. Male Succession Sainty correctly states that succession to the crown is limited to males in the male line — that is to say the agnates of Hugh Capet. This became known as the Salic law. Sainty explains some of the … More Refuting Guy Stair Sainty
We will updating this site to change “Philip” to the Spanish “Felipe” in regards to Felipe V of Spain. We are doing this to be consistent with our previous policy. This will help in avoiding confusion in the future. Links (URLs), however, will not be changed.
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
What is the French Nationality? Firstly, we must say that “nationality” is a contemporary term. The Anjouists point this out and twist it in their favour by claiming nationality was anachronistic and didn’t really exist in the Old Regime. The term did not exist, but the French knew there was such a thing as a … More Nationality
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
Erroneous Views of 1 Samuel 8 First, let’s look a 1 Samuel 8, when the monarchy is first established in Israel. Samuel’s sons were corrupt. The elders, knowing Samuel’s corrupt sons would not rule as fair judges, asked Samuel for a king over Israel. Samuel was upset by this and God said: Grant the people’s … More The Biblical Case for Monarchism
A certain Anjouist, whom we don’t feel is worthy of mention*, has made an absurd, petty, and dishonest assertion against the late Count of Paris, de jure Henri VII of France. [*The man in question is a devious character who (ironically) calls his opponents “liars” and “idiots.” He prefers to use personal attacks rather than … More Refuting an Anjouist Dishonesty