"Remember democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide."
— John Adams, letter to John Taylor, April 15, 1814
“The one pervading evil of democracy is the tyranny of the majority, or rather of that party, not always the majority, that succeeds, by force or fraud, in carrying elections”
- John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton
Never a day passes that we, the modern "enlightened" man are not constantly reminded by are benevolent but "equal" betters and owners that we are now all Democracies and thus free. That the old ways of kings were days of tyranny and that we now live in the most prosperous and best of times, just ignore the mass starvations, shanty towns, legions of the poor, the insanely rich micro elite, the decaying culture, the faithless and selfish youth and all the ills of the decrepit and diabolical that is a modern "liberal" Totalitarian Democracy.
Indeed, we are taught, almost on a daily basis, to remember that it is only the natural progression of things, that Monarchy MUST become Republic and thus then an enlightened Democracy. But who is it that teaches this false prophesy of linear history? Why none others then the Christless Marxists that are the elites of the Godless and Damned West.
But why? Simple, because to them, democracy is the stepping stone to the Marxist state, of which they will be the masters. Since anything can be done, in the atheist mind that knows no greater truth then itself, that justifies the end, Democracy and its inherent corruption of the souls and minds of the masses will give rise to Marxism. The Marxist philosopher Rosa Luxembourg stated this best:
Social democracy... is only the advance guard of the proletariat, a small piece of the total working masses; blood from their blood, and flesh from their flesh.
The greatest fear of the Marxist is that the masses may truly become enlightened to two facts: 1. history is cyclical and there is no law of nature that says that man can not change his direction and go back to a better and tried path and 2. that the masses will find spiritual strength to first praise the KING OF HEAVEN and then take in His appointed governor or representative on earth, over each nation. For what is the earth but a foot stool of the King of Heaven?
"The Lord said, "You have heard that it was said to the men of old, 'You shall not swear falsely, but shall perform to the Lord what you have sworn.' But I say to you, Do not swear at all, either by heaven, for it is the throne of God, or by the earth, for it is His footstool, or by Jerusalem, for it is the city of the great King."
Indeed, these usual fools of the Enemy, Satan, these would be man-gods, know that deprived of God and His representative on earth, men by their nature will worship the soulless and mundane, thus creating in themselves the seeds for the tyranny of Democracy and then the slavery of Marxism.
“Monarchy can easily be debunked, but watch the faces, mark well the debunkers. These are the men whose taproot in Eden has been cut: whom no rumour of the polyphony, the dance, can reach - men to whom pebbles laid in a row are more beautiful than an arch. Yet even if they desire mere equality they cannot reach it. Where men are forbidden to honour a king they honour millionaires, athletes or film stars instead: even famous prostitutes or gangsters. For spiritual nature, like bodily nature, will be served; deny it food and it will gobble poison.” - C.S. Lewis (1898-1963)
And what are the heroes of the Left if not the very gangsters and prostitutes, both moral and physical, of which Mr. Lewis spoke of? Indeed it is of little hidden truth that Democracy, first passing through the phase of Revolution and Republic, leads to its own savage down fall and into the clutches of Marx.
The people have always some champion whom they set over them and nurse into greatness. ...This and no other is the root from which a tyrant springs; when he first appears he is a protector.
Plato knew this well and he knew it well because history is not linear but cyclical and all of this had passed several times, in one sense or another. From ancient Greece and Rome and the Philistinian states, all democracies or republics, with small exception to the states of Europe in the middle ages and on ward, states such as Novgorod, Republic Poland, Cromwellian England, Calvinist Switzerland, Venice and so on, all such states failed, failed miserably and bloodily and either returned to Monarchy or died.
However, for almost all of these states, there was the phase of the tyrant and the tyrant was the savior and protector that the people raised above themselves, evoking their "godlike" wisdom, or rather their lack there of. However, for the tyrant to stay in power, he had to have fear and while keeping his people oppressed surely works for a while, one can only whip a slave so long before the fear of pain and death sputters and dies, at which point the tyrant is in danger. To avoid this point, the tyrant does something else: he goes to war and a people that have placed the tyrant above them are more than happy to follow him to war. Just look at the Americans and British, who though they do not have one real visible tyrant are ruled by a tiny class of shadow tyrants and their puppets. Their police disarm them and beat them, their bureaucrats shackle them while their owners launch endless and numerous wars and the people rejoice and march in lockstep to die for no benefit to themselves or their nations.
When the tyrant has disposed of foreign enemies by conquest or treaty, and there is nothing to fear from them, then he is always stirring up some war or other, in order that the people may require a leader.
Winston Churchill, who was Prime Minister of a Constitutional Monarchy, where the Kings of England still, at that time, held real power, unlike the tourist attractions that they have become in their home Totalitarian Democracy, famously said:
“The best argument against democracy is a five minute conversation with the average voter.”
This view is better expanded on by Gustave le Bon.
"No doubt the weak side of universal suffrage is too obvious to be overlooked. It cannot be gainsaid that civilisation has been the work of a small minority of superior intelligences constituting the culminating point of a pyramid, whose stages, widening in proportion to the decrease of mental power, represent the masses of a nation. The greatness of a civilisation cannot assuredly depend upon the votes given by inferior elements boasting solely numerical strength. Doubtless, too, the votes recorded by crowds are often very dangerous. They have already cost us several invasions, and in view of the triumph of socialism, for which they are preparing the way, it is probable that the vagaries of popular sovereignty will cost us still more dearly." -Gustave le Bon, On Crowds
After all, those who seek to gain power at any price, unfettered by God, His rules, His representatives know quite well the power and worship of the majority. If, through open elections, they can gain power, but for just a second, it is something that may last a life time or several. If they can bring the majority to their side, they know that any righteous minority is doomed and that they will be the executioner of the minorities existence.
“In a democracy, the majority of the citizens is capable of exercising the most cruel oppressions upon the minority”
But in the end, the nature of the universe, as set forth by the real and only God, will prevail and through however many cycles of pain and suffering and grief, the people will return to God and by returning to God will return to the only form of government that God Himself has appointed to Himself. For what is a Christian who at once prays to and hopes for acceptance by the King of Heaven into His eternal Kingdom, but then at the same, schizophrenic moment, overwhelmingly rejects living under the same form of government as that set by the God the so called Christian supposedly loves and adores?
For the prince that is set above a people is sent, soul and body, by the King of Heaven. And while the critic may say, why then are there bad princes, one must only contemplate, why are there bad and corrupt people? May not, but yes indeed it is, that the prince the people deserve is what is sent their way to rule them. Look only to the fate of the Israelites for examples.
But on the over all virtues of monarchy, one must remember several key points: 1. God does not hate the rich or the poor nor does He admire or adore the middle. He loves all and equally. 2. A society is not and can not be created and be considered Godly or just or even tenable in the long term, which represents only the needs of one group or another and not the whole as a whole, the kingdom with all its bright rooms and dingy corners. But that is what a Republic first and a Democracy later does. Both grow on the fact that the "best" candidate is the one who can gather the most votes while alienating his opponents and then punishing them, even if jsut by ignoring their needs, while lavishing gifts upon those who put him in power.
The monarchy unites us; the republic would divide us.
Thus by this very fact, every man who holds high elected office in a Republic or Democracy, is a corrupt scoundrel and few if any good things can be expected of him or her.
“Monarchy is the one system of government where power is exercised for the good of all.” - Aristotle, 322-384 BC
Indeed, the father of his nation, like the Father of His People, is above corruption as understood and embraced by every single president, primer and prime minister in the kingdoms of men bereft of the Kingdom of God, which is every nation not under God or His Monarchy. As such, the king is the father, there to make sure that before God, his people are taken care of and his nation stands in the light of God not away from it. Not all monarchs reach this point, but then again, almost no elected leader ever has.
This relationship has been codified in the wisdom of the Christian Church from the early ages.
The universal government is the one through which God, by his providence governs everything in the universe. The particular rule found in man is like God's rule, and is therefore called a microcosm (minor mundus) because the form through which the universe is ruled is also found within him... Therefore a King should recognize that he has his duty to act in his kingdom the soul in the body and God in the world.[Aquinas, Politics Ch. 12]
In truth, a monarch, a king, is a person who has been born to and trained for a role, in other words a professional. As a professional, he is better qualified for that role then any gifted amateur and, let us be quite frank, few elected professionals are gifted.
The monarch is in for the long haul, out to provide for his people, over a long period, one that goes far beyond that of his own rule or life and is passed upon to his heirs and the heirs of his heirs into perpetuity. A president is under an incredible time constraint to make his mark and out due, for all such men are driven by immense egos, his predecessors or those who will take up his mantel. As such, he is bound to take short cuts on important issues and to embrace, most vehemently, the act of war, for which he hopes to garner fame and power.
As such, the oldest most successful republic/democracy, one that is now in its terminal phase, the United States of America, has also been the most vicious, warlike and genocidal of regimes, launching endless wars and invading over three dozen nations, many of which, those of the Indian blood especially, it exterminated from the face of the earth. And as all high elected officials tend to do, it lies through its teeth projecting an image of itself that stands in stark contrast to it reality.
Luckily for us, more and more people are waking to the realization of the lie of linear history and understanding that, yes, it is indeed possible to go back, back to a better form of government and a better society. That tyranny, apocalyptia and destitution are not the only possibility, that the victory of the Evil One, of the Enemy, upon this earth is not a certainty and that the Light of God is possible.
"the fact that some countries do not have a monarch now does not mean anything -- it is just one of the cyclic periods in history."
- King Simeon II of Bulgaria
So dear reader, as you struggle to survive under the yoke of the Totalitarian Democracies, as you watch your economic position and that of your children wither for the sake of a few dozen men, as you watch your church starve and the police break down your doors in the middle of the night, take hope for there is Hope.
I will leave you with the words of wise King Simeon II, as no better way did I find to close this entry:
"There is no ideal political system, but in certain historic periods one system appears to be better than others. Though forms of government rotate in a cyclic manner, Monarchy is the one that has always lasted longest. In our age of agitation and extremism, the image of the Ruler as a moderator is unique. The King belongs to all his people, not to 51 percent, 78 percent, or 99 percent. He does not owe his soul or allegiance to a party, or to a faction, but to his country. He is objective and independent, and has no need to make political maneuvers merely for the sake of the opinion polls! Even today, when Monarchy has so many loud and bushy-haired detractors, it still has great appeal. A glimpse at any magazine proves this...there is something mystic and dazzling which cannot be equaled!...in times of professionalism and specialization, a sovereign who has had a lifetime's training and schooling for his job, is more qualified for it than any amateur or political conjurer, and this is irrefutable...Monarchy, even in chaotic times, guarantees objectivity, progress, social justice, and international respect!"