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.
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
As for now, Archive.is appears to be down. It has also come to our attention that the website is blocked in many countries for various reasons. Because we are an educational website and need to cite sources, we often want to use a screenshot of a source for consistency. For this we turned to archive.is. … More NOTICE: Archived links and Archive.is
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
There is an article (in Spanish) in Bekia about the Royal House of France and its recent history.
Mgr. The Count of Paris has been interviewed by Télé Star. Here is the Prince’s response about the dynastic dispute: This division is recent and concerns only a minority. From the death of the Comte de Chambord in 1883 to the 1980s, the question did not arise. I observe moreover that Louis deals, more and more, with … More The Count of Paris interviewed by Tele Star
Background The 16th century was a tumultuous time for France. The Wars of Religion dominated the landscape. And in 1584, King Henri III’s heir, the Duke of Anjou and Alençon, would die. This would leave the future Henri IV as the heir-apparent. The problem is that Henri de Bourbon was a Protestant, and all the … More Natural Right of Succession vs. Nationality?
Monseigneur the Count of Paris has written a short opinion piece on the fire at Notre Dame. More important than the fire itself, though, is the state of France and the world: But Notre-Dame-de-Paris is not the only victim of our carelessness. Amongst the ruins of our mutilated cathedral, in each of these pulverized windows, in … More The Count of Paris on Notre Dame