Nationality

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

The Case for the King

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

Real Legitimism

We have said it before and will say it again: we are Legitimists. “What is a Legitimist?” you might say.  Or aren’t the supporters of Don Luis Legitimists? Definition and Etymology First, we must define what Legitimism/a Legitimist is. Google defines it as “support for a ruler who claim to a throne is based on … More Real Legitimism

The Myth of Foreign Kings

Anjouists claim there have been “foreigners” who have become kings of France.  Famously they cite Philip IV, Louis X, Francis II, Henri III, and Henri IV. It is important to state that the requirement of the king being French only came into being after the Hundred Years’ War and was confirmed by Arrêt le Maistre of … More The Myth of Foreign Kings