posted on May, 19 2018 @ 06:00 PM
I think that, more than the Royals alone per se, the fact that we have an institutional connective societal structure based on the interweaving of
monarchy, church, military, academia, justice & the guilds, and the fact that these six in connection provide the scaffolding around which our
political structures are enmeshed, the resultant seven in turn are the fabric upon which our communities & families are woven.
This actually makes nine principles of natural loyalty & deliberately chosen fealty, together crafting us as the most holistically robust nation
globally in terms of innate intellectual, philosophical, ethical, familial & politically engaged, militarily willing collectivism, in turn generating
tremendous 'soft power' potential, being influential both culturally & politically, with unspoken (& some written) formalism in our unbidden, gladly
willing adherence to our collective moral duty, our fidelity in acts which impact on others, in terms of our strong preference for 'fair play' rather
than individual success at the expense of others (that is, in the majority - there's always bad apples).
Our determination to succeed no matter what, and our willingness to stick together & act according to Christian principles when we are challenged as a
nation, give us every reason to preserve the established order, in the sure & true hope of progressive, incremental societal improvements which are
organically grown upon the trellis of that sense of order, community & temerity.
Anarchy under the banner of a revolutionary who I agree was, at the time, necessary, to remove corrupt influence & establish a better model, is NOT
the same as making shallow observations of our society hundreds of years later, ignoring all the good that has developed in the interim, and then
calling out loudly to promote your own alleged revolutionary awesomeness in the eyes of your comrades, many of whom likely know even less than you
about the value of our modern society. The world has moved on, so pandering to infantile virtue signalling just makes you look unenlightened.
The system's not perfect, but it's improved in general in a remarkably predictable manner since the Elizabethan era - there's certainly no need for
revolution in 2018, only education & participation, leading to greater collective control over those who would rule over us, whether in a politically
sound manner or otherwise. Yes, I thoroughly oppose the existing imbalances in certain aspects of the social hierarchy, pattern & functionality. But
I perceive that only anarchy can result from ripping out the CULTURAL BACKBONE of a nation - particularly one which is saturated with genuine virtue
derived from many hundreds of years of mutually protective, extremely positive philosophical, theological, ethical, legal, moral, academic,
mercantile, community & familial engagement with the established order, leading to some of the best opportunities in the world, for those willing to
work for it. Continual, incremental improvements are all that is needed currently. Most of us hope to stave off a New World Order-type situation,
and equally hope that we will collectively stand together against any such initiative to steamroll the individual spirit of the nation we have built.
There are some gross injustices unfolding because of Tory austerity - clearly arising from service to those selfish hoarders who suck as much money as
they can from the lower social classes. That needs to change, but the rich are almost invariably cruel, so robust strategy is needed to enforce a
more level playing field. And that will take a long number of years of very hard work.
However, calling for revolution when our living standards are some of the best in the world (though I hold Norway in high esteem for a great many
reasons) is juvenile. The revolutionary spirit is all well & good until the main breadwinner becomes ill or is disabled by an accident - that's when
you thank God for the support, both medical & social, that actually exists here in the UK. in most parts of the world the cripple becomes an outcast
& begs in the street for assistance; the family is fragmented, they suffer just as much due to lost opportunity. The social injustice which is
rampant even with our close friend, the USA, means that such terrible events are only a hair's breadth away from us, in terms of equivalent social
Each day is a gift, and we work at our duties, to make things better, one day at a time. Of course tyranny should be opposed with every fibre of
one's being - but we're quite a way off from any such necessary, violent revolution as that which you seem to be referring to.