#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.
#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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