Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Happy Birthday!

Her Britannic Majesty
The Monarchist honors Her Britannic Majesty on her 82nd birthday.

Saturday, April 19, 2008

Maoists on Top

Cho Oyo, The Kingdom of NepalDhruba Adhikary reflects on the situation in the Kingdom on the top of the world.

Monarchist Shot

Royal Standard of NepalA monarchist has been shot dead in the Kingdom of Nepal. So the Associated Press reports.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

1917 and 2008

The Church on the Blood, YekaterinburgOn the occasion of the 91st anniversary of the speech of the bête noire of this weblog to the nation in defense of his war to make the world safe for the fall of Western Civilization, we are making the Kingdom of Nepal safe for democracy.

Has it occurred to anyone that Nepal needs to be made safe from democracy?

Theodore Harvey has his reflections.

Unsurprisingly, the Maoists have plans for the monarchy. See here, here, and here.

Remember Yekaterinburg!

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Ancient Egypt and the Modern Regime

Remains of ancient EgyptIn this age of democratic, pervasive government, Gary North compares our days to those of the Pharaoh.

Monday, April 14, 2008

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Prez Wilson vs. Kaiser Wilhelm

Wilson speaks to joint session on April 2, 1917.91 years ago today (here and here), those United States went from a “neutral” support of the Allied Powers behind the scene to a formal state of war with Imperial Germany.

Saturday, April 5, 2008

Russian Summer Ball 2008

The details of the London Russian Summer Ball for 2008 have been released. It's the 13th annual ball in the series. It will take place on Saturday June 14th.

Arguably, when I went to the 2005 ball, the most enjoyable feature was that the Imperial Russian Anthem was sung with His Excellency the Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the United Kingdom present.

Upcoming Election?

Writes Mr. Maila Baje at Nepali Netbook:

The power equations and the second amendment to the interim statute – more than public opinion – makes a republic a foregone conclusion. Kamal Thapa’s Rastriya Prajatantra Party (Nepal) – the only organization advocating a monarchy – won’t be able to tap into the pro-monarchy sentiment most opinion polls see prevailing in half the country.

The Man Who Destroyed Civilization

David Seaton gives the bête noire of this weblog a piece of his mind.

Fiat Currency Anniversary

Gold, AuOn this day 75 years ago, gold was banned in those United States.

On the occasion of the anniversary, a few articles are brought to you:

Friday, April 4, 2008

Theodore Harvey Launches Blog

Mr. Theodore Harvey, the relentless monarchist and proprietor of Theodore's Royalty & Monarchy Site, has come to the blogosphere.

Types of Government

The Monarchist has done a series on seven types of government. The pieces are thought-provoking and interesting. The types are numbered from supposed worst to supposed best, number 1 being the supposed worst:

  1. "Classic Imperialist"
  2. "Revolutionary"
  3. "Socialist"
  4. "Progressive"
  5. "Populist"
  6. "Libertarian"
  7. "Constitutionalist"

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

A Speech that Will Live in Infamy

On this day 91 years ago (here and here), the Persona Non Grata of this weblog gave his infamous speech to Congress, claiming that “the world must be made safe for democracy.”

Never mind that democracy is a concept from which the world needs to be made safe.

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Kaiser Karl

Erzherzog Otto
86 years ago today, Blessed Emperor Charles passed on from this world.

China's Kerensky?

Dr. Sun Yat-sen, Tianenmen SquareEight dozen years ago today, Dr. Sun Yat-sen stepped down as provisional President of China.

Dr. Sun is hailed as a liberator of the Chinese people from the repressive monarchy, but someone dissents.