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Read a Book Peasant 08/26/2019 (Mon) 01:36:58 No.2 [Reply]
Reading Thread.
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>>1388
Thanks for the recommendation. I'll check it out.

>>1390
>In what sense?
Pretty much what >>1391 said. Most Western historians describe him at best as too weak or at worst as evil for not bringing about liberal democracy and for not being nice enough to the Jews.
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>>1392
I'll just say that, from what I read in the monarchist history groups that I visit on VK, our Soviet historians use two sources to make their claims about him: the first is from some diaries which were supposedly his, but which are proven to be fabricated by communists, the second was from some hateful woman whose name I don't remember, who wrote a smear campaign of a biography about him after the revolution.

If you read second-hand accounts about him from other people who knew him at the time, you get a different picture.
>>1393
This doesn't surprise me.
The revolutionary successors always smear the past monarch to gain credibility.
God and King: Patriarchalist Tract by Richard Mocket and commissioned by King James I:
https://archive.org/details/godkingordialogu00mockuoft/page/n3
>>397
The 'Dialogue of Allegiance' is actually a refutation of 'God and King' political tract on the issue of contractual regicide. But I will keep both up as tracts to read because it is an interesting find.

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Royal Court King#codmAO 08/25/2019 (Sun) 20:41:49 No.1 [Reply]
Welcome to /monarchy/.

Rules:
txti.es/monarchymagnacarta
About:
txti.es/monarchyabout
Emergency Radio Bulletin:
txti.es/monarchy

This is a meta thread. In other words, a court, if you will.
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The background and stuff are still kinda iffy.
>>1367
Temporarily disabled for now, I recommend everyone just use the Tomorrow theme. Robi is supposed to be adding a template to make it easy to add custom themes, once that's up I'll try adding the background back in.
>>1369
>I recommend everyone just use the Tomorrow theme
Done
I finally found this board after thinking it was gone forever after 8chan fell. I'm glad to have you guys back.
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>>1377
Welcome back, brother.

The King is dead; long live the King King#codmAO Board owner 11/14/2019 (Thu) 04:55:32 No.1244 [Reply]
This day was not unexpected, but its passing is no less bittersweet. Our old BO has left for greener pastures. He has bequeathed to me his tripcode, the royal vestments. I pray to God that He grant me providence to wield it with wisdom and LARP responsibly.

I will spend little time pontificating; instead I will tell you only this. Remember that we are monarchists. Some of you are feudalist, others are absolutist. Do not forget that you are both monarchist. We are not fascists, or nationalists, or aristocrats, or corporatists, or anarchists, and we are most certainly not republicans. Entertain these ideas if you will. You may even be tempted to support some of them, as pavestones on the path to counterrevolution. But you must not lose sight of monarchy. That is your end, any means which is not a path to that end is a distraction. Do not pursue it!

God Save the Queen!
Heil Kaiser Dir!
Vive le roi!
Славься Русь!
Ave Imperator!
Edited last time by GK_Stone on 11/14/2019 (Thu) 15:52:57.
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>>1270
I don't into CSS but I'll see what I can do.
>>1276
While you're at it, do you think you could flip the image vertically? I'm not sure if the Fleur de Lis is supposed to be upside down.
>>1278
There's no way to download the already-established CSS from the BO interface, so there's no way to modify it. I've reached out to my predecessor to see if he has the files stored locally.
Background image is being uploaded here. To ensure it doesn't get deleted, the thread will now be locked.

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/monarchy/ for the Infinity Cup 2020! Peasant 12/05/2019 (Thu) 21:53:43 No.1386 [Reply]
Hey /monarchy/'s antidisestablishmentarianists,
We are currently streaming the group phase of the current year's 8chanCup (or as it's more properly known as the Infinity Cup) but due to the exodus and 8ch hiccups we've lost a few teams whose boards never really recovered.
Because of that, we thought it could be great if you guys could join us with a team of your own and participate in the next iteration of the cup, if you feel like it.
All you need to do is create a wiki entry of your own team over at http://infinitycup.shoutwiki.com/wiki/Main_Page (use the layout of other teams as a preset), coming up with members/players that represent your board's culture and in-jokes, create a proper emblem and jersey combo and optionally choose strategies, skills and exportable 3d models using the rules set up at http://infinitycup.shoutwiki.com/wiki/Rules and we'll make sure to consider your application for the future pot.

I should mention that we would also really appreciate if you came over to our cup's stream at https://cytu.be/r/8cup to spectate what the cup's really all about and to propose your own ideas to make it even better.
See you on the field!
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>>1386
>Because of that, we thought it could be great if you guys could join us with a team of your own and participate in the next iteration of the cup
I would love to help get the board into joining this.
Are you still there, OP?
>create a proper emblem and jersey combo and optionally choose strategies, skills and exportable 3d models
This board might not have the resources to create a new logo for us. Pic related is our own personal logo, but for the infinity cup we would probably need a variant. Besides, I am probably the only anon who shills this logo
Peasants, how should our Infinity Cup logo look?
>>1395
Yep, but I'll be replying in full later
>Pic related is our own personal logo
It's alright, my own niche board didn't either but we still got in
Remember to make a cool looking shirt! The resources for it are on 8kun, either the /icup/ or /8cup/ board if I'm not mistaken
>>1386
Should the Jersey be Grace's robe?

What kind of monarchist are you? Peasant 11/22/2019 (Fri) 19:12:26 No.1303 [Reply]
This is not a debate thread.
Simply put, state it as if it were your own 'stop thinking like republicans &gt;8|' thread, a small manifesto on your ideal monarchy and what monarchy means to you.
Questions such as (1. Are you a 'sub' or a 'dom', because they always ask us whether we imagine ourselves as the soveriegn or the subject, lol. republicans &gt;8| always see it this way.
(2. What variant of 'monarchy', like 'constitutitonal/absolute/feud/anarcho/whatever'.
(3. Describe your ideals/thoughts specifically pertaining to monarchical principles and political philosophy.
(4. Describe negative factors and enemies of your ideal.
...
A general reminder that this is a personal self-expression thread. This is not a debate club. A small Q&A ask and respond is allowed between anons in this thread, but no lengthy arguments unless you're that kind of faggot.
But peasants are allowed to post quotes from their favorite political tracts to prove a point, link youtube videos/mp4/webms, and all other sorts of stuff.
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>>1330
And nothing of value was lost
>>1303
Corporate monarchist here. In today's day and age tech companies and banks own the public sphere anyway. So just get rid of the people running these operations and institute a Habsburg and Hohenzollern as the CEOs of Google and the ECB. Not only is this the most "realistic" thing to do but in the worst case nothing changes and in the best one we see some things actually getting better.
I am a theocratic monarchist. Effectively I believe the most important thing to any society is religion. It's quite obvious as seeing the decline of Christianity and the rise of atheism has completely destroyed the morality of European countries. One of the main issues I find with democracy is that it completely destroys religion because it gives people liberty. With a monarch that issue is completely gone because he is the one that has the final authority. Also another thing is that Jesus is obviously pro monarchy to the point he calls himself the king of kings. When you take away religion people worship the state and this is the current situation we find ourselves in. Anyway one of the greatest arguments in my opinion is the fact that democracy sows division among the populace i.e republicans &gt;8|, democrats, while monarchies unite the people under a national identity. This may not seem like a huge difference however most of the time monarchs won't have to pander to a specific group to win. It's the ability to strengthen the nation that makes monarchies superior.
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>>1400
We already have that here in Russia. I agree that corporate dynasties can be fucking cool, but only if they happen naturally on a free market where people pass on their wealth and businesses to their children like how it is done in Japan, appointing people to be in charge of corporations via government will just create the same kind of oligarchic shithole that Russia is (which, people will blame "capitalism" for of course).

>>1401
>democracy
>gives people liberty
>>1402
When I say liberty I mean that it gives the people the option to pick the person who will be in charge. Obviously this isn't including the entire affair of the people in charge choosing who is going to be in power. Basically what I am saying is that it gives the illusion of choice and that is why many people choose democracies over monarchies because they feel like they have the freedom to choose how the country is run. Effectively democracy is the system where it makes the people feel like they have more power than they actually have. Maybe liberty isn't the right choice of word to use.

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The Great War and the murder of Franz Ferdinand Anonymous 11/26/2019 (Tue) 01:00:07 No.1319 [Reply]
Given that it allegedly begun with the murder of the heir of the Austro-Hungarian empire, I think it's a good opportunity to debate this event that is quite foggy compared to the second world war. What was the reason for it to escalate? What was the Kaiser doing at the same time? What other entities battled in this so called great war, and what were their purposes? Did Gavrilo fuck everything up? How well was the Austro-Hungarian empire doing at the time of the event?
And many more questions that I can't fathom but will surely come around later. Let's debate!
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>>1325
*Unsure whether Germans constituted the majority or minority of the nobility, but there were other nobles from different backgrounds besides German.
>>1324
>That is because of the Crimean War and Russia's desire to build a power bloc near the Balkans to rescue Constantinople from the Turk.
Don't forget that if Russia controlled Constantinople, then the Black Sea would be their own pond, and they'd have unhindered access to the Mediterranean. Russia was also a multicultural empire with many different people living in it, adding the whole Balkans into the empire wouldn't have made that much of a difference from the perspective of the higher ups. Remember, they already integrated Bessarabia to the empire at that point. Or even if that fails, it wouldn't have been that hard to make sure that every country of the Balkans was headed by a royal family loyal to the tsar, effectively turning the whole peninsula into a de facto Russian protectorate. And that's exactly what nobody in Europe wanted, and the whole Crimean War happened because of that. But with Germany there the priorities of Britain and France shifted, and Austria-Hungary was left alone to worry about Russia taking over the Balkans.
>>1325
>But wasn't Russia's elite made up almost entirely of German nobility?
The stereotypical Russian noble had a German family name and spoke French. It's obviously a stereotype, but stereotypes don't just come to existence out of nothing. Still, having a German family name and being German are two separate things. And even then, there are people like Ungern-Sternberg, who was a Baltic German, yet I don't have to explain to you how loyal he was to the tsar. And yet he also thought of Slavs as inferior people only fit to be serfs.

Nonetheless, pan-Slavism was a great and important tool for the Russian tsar, and many Slavs outside of Russia looked upon him as their potential saviour. Having some or many nobles with German family names doesn't change that.
>>1319
>What was the Kaiser doing at the same time
He was on vacation and didn't expect it to escalate into a shitshow.
>>1354
I think he meant the Austrian kaiser, not Wilhelm II.

>>1338
Were Germans not targeted after WWI by Bolsheviks in the Baltics and if the British didn’t directly oppose the Freikorps would the Baltics still have a large German minority today?
>>1383
I've no idea about the Baltics.

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LONG LIVE THE DIGITAL DESPOTATE! Peasant 08/29/2019 (Thu) 02:43:55 No.207 [Reply]
We are 2nd in command, friends!
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>>1020
And my laptop broke again... if I dont get it fixed I don't think I will be able to help soon. -___-

Oh don't worry about the shading, keep it simple and just make the shadows darker than normal. I'm more worried about who will draw Grace. Do we have enough drawfags here for that?

The backdrop could maybe be an entrance to a bunker, since we are in a bunkerchan after all, and maybe we could add some STALKER references here and there for fun.
>>1021
Don't worry if you can't pull through right away. The pace of things is slow around here anyway, I don't think anyone minds. Plus it gives me more time to actually put effort in what I put out as far as I'm concerned.

I'll see what I can do with the background. It may sound surprising but besides editing the occasional Virgin versus Chad following mass shootings and making banners the only thing I have ever really drawn is Integralist-chan kek. I'll do my best though.
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A sad day to be a monarchist.
>>994
>>999
If only /fascist/, /monarchy/, and /liberty/ could come together to form a JulayWorld Triumvirate where we support each other as local boards on JulayWorld. I know we don't always get along and /liberty/ and /fascist/ sometimes has sour feelings towards one another, but we could celebrate that JulayWorld is our turf.
It is a close race as usual.

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>>1381
>how to manage your slaves
Top kek, I just looked at that cover.

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Peasant 10/21/2019 (Mon) 08:23:13 No.988 [Reply]
Why should someone pick absolutism over something more feudal? Absolute monarchs were the ones that gave way to the people that would eventually depose them and no-one could stop them from making that mistake. Also willingly investing all you power into one guy is kinda instead of multiple lords sounds kinda gay and submissive tbh.
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#1. Aristolarps always talk about monarchy selling out the cream of the best for popularity,
but they actually always do the same.
A rehash of HvLM. Look at Lenin and his party doctrine. Founding Fathers.
Roman Senators.
#2. Monarchs have helped the aristocracy. They give them tax exemption, for one.
#3. The cupidity in aristocracy is stronger than in monarchy because it is partisan in nature and leads to pointless partisan squabbles. Often the clique mentality inhibits the good a monarch could bring like a good friend whose has a wolf pack of friends who become a bad influence on him.
#4. Monarchy's supreme task if not doing what is best for 'the best', but what is best for all. It is an objective task to utilize the individual monarch's mind and body and personal willpower. For monarchy is personal, and this is its strength as far as it is interpersonal between these forces and God. Remark that no
other is as personal and rooted as monarchy. Personal mind and will to self-control
as the seat of virtue. As for the good of all, the good is within the unity provided in
an individual and goodness from that personal strength of virtue, piety, and function of
a monarch over the clique and the masses. Simply the function alone of an individual strength and unity between a monarch and his people is enough.
#5. It is not about simply the rule of law, but body and spirit, personal wisdom to determine and scale justice, and the ability of that person to overcome the law. It is about channeling
an inner strength above the law to find self-control outside of simple social reinforcement.
This is virtue and this is strength. It is also communion with the self and body.
A political society works like mind and body, with the monarch as the mind and the body
as the total unity of all, aristocrat and demagogue. That is why monarchy always resides with higher ideals that go beyond merely just the law. It takes a monarch to bring justice
when the law is not suitable and myirad in its decadence for an oligarchy. The monarch must

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Tradism is becoming increasingly focused on only becoming a reinforced 'cool' conservatism for when conservative is an unpopular term. It is as if these people live for no time and that the Middle Ages was the only time to be alive. That is all they do these days and it disappoints me they can't see that 'medieval' and 'modern' people were both essentially even human. As for the tradism and monarchy, they seem to not see monarchy for what it is and typically glorify aristocracy most of them. This goes as far as to gloat in their own right about how the aristocrats are the greatest obstacle and hindrance to monarchy and expecting no resistance to this. That's how aristocratic and non-monarchy oriented the trad mind is these days, that they openly say it and expect you to eat that off their hands.
This is why I'm becoming dissatisfied with any feudboy I meet. Their chief instinct points them towards aristocracy, but they drape the clothes of a monarchist. They are neofeudalist to the core and trapped in modernity enough that it makes them want to kill themselves for not living in that only time to be alive.
It's also time to roast the others now that I'm on it.
AS FOR LIMITED MONARCHISTS, THEY ARE FOR THE IDEOLOGY OF THE EUNUCH
It goes without saying that it is a very incapacitating worldview. They typically chatter about how a monarch cannot possibly do anything for the common good, but everyone else can.
MIXED MONARCHISTS ACT AS THOUGH MIXING IT UP MEANS THE INGREDIENTS DON'T MATTER
And honestly, mixed monarchist is also generally another codeword for aristolarp in guise. It generally implies they just want less of monarchy and more of democracy/aristocracy. While I understand that one alone doesn't make a unity, it doesn't underestimate the fact that UNity is based on a MONarchical principle. It doesn't underestimate what monarchy is, and often a 'mixed' polyarchy of sorts has a prominent 'head'/or form that is sovereign.
NRX SHILLS HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM AS FEUDBOYS
They just bicker about the Enlightenment all day to the point where they don't know what the Enlightenment was anymore.
>>1374
>THE IDEOLOGY OF THE EUNUCH
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>>1373
>It must overcome the clique and the mob.
But it doesn't. Absolutists tend to lean on either one or the other, usually the latter.

The menace of /pol/ Peasant 09/04/2019 (Wed) 22:00:58 No. 468 [Reply]
Quite a few boards would kow-tow to them. The menace of /pol/ always finds us around the corner. I hate outsiders comparing /monarchy/ to /pol/ when there are hardily any /pol/fags on this board. And whenever there is monarchist-/pol/fag discourse, the outcome is never good.
Call this a /pol/ hate thread. I'm starting to thoroughly understand why so many boards hate /pol/.
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>>1339
>>1328
I stopped posting when that one autistic poster started shitting up threads with his pseudointellectual TL;DRs
>>1339
>>1340
I won't complain about the board being advertised (provided it won't happen by cucking out to the masses), but I honestly think that the simple best way to gain more users without lowering the quality of the board is by telling about it to your relatives/friends/aquaintances that are into ideas that a monarchical government might represents (religion, virtue, bravery, wisdom etc.).
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>>1357
>by telling about it to your relatives/friends/aquaintances
The last people I would talk to about this place, tbh.
>>1359
Please don't tell me you'd rather talk about this place with those that are either neutral to you or those that you despise.
>/pol/
>bad
There are monarchists on /pol/ and /fascist/, myself included, don’t paint with too broad of a brushz I want hierarchy in society and power in the hands of a sage-king. This would most closely adhere to the natural order. /monarchopol/ is the final redpill

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