>>92038>I thought you were about monarchy as a concept
w/ an absolutist touch (meaning, 1500s-1600s)>(with tyranny and roman dictators)
My main reason for this is I get tired of the tyrannophobia hysteria>does Napoleon descendants even count,or is he "less" legitimate than the Habsurg dude
I'm not so picky about bloodline/dynasties which seem like an excuse for larpers to have political parties. Let there be new blood.
But Great Man Theorylets often take an anti-royalist spin… I dislike anti-royalist Great Man theory takes.>And does genes even really matter at that point when they are so "diluted" ?
It's not so much about purity.
Hereditary rule is appealing like a preservation technique. >>92057
What do you expect from a diary, anon?>>91988
So scary, a guillotine.
So happy I will destroy those.