a reply to: Justso
No. Those who seek to gain the trust, expressed by way of a vote in their favour, of the people of a nation, have a duty to either be worthy of that
trust, or not seek it in the first place.
The Queen has no relevance politically speaking, no power of any actual import whatsoever. She does not and may not create or comment on policy, save
for to do as she is bid by the Prime Minister and the government, and it has been this way for generations and generations. She does not ask for our
trust, nor does she act on our behalf. The government do. You may either accept these things as reality, or appease your own ignorance by continuing
to believe your skewed understanding of the way of things, with regard to the monarchy.
The royal family have nothing to do with the shape of politics in this era, and your attempt to divert the conversation onto them is rather too
transparent for me to permit it to work. Veil your methods better in future, if you expect them to work.
Realistically speaking, when someone asks for our trust, they must start by being worthy of it. If they are not, they should not attempt to gain it
at all. The positions of power that we elect people to must never be occupied by people with anything less than moral solidarity, because if they do
become occupied by degenerates, the fabric of our nation becomes weak and incapable of upholding the people, or any of the structures upon which they
This is basic, simple, the first lesson, the first rule of all leadership. If the person at the head of the table has no manners, you have not a
banquet but a food fight. If the person managing a building project knows too little geometry and physics, whatever they build, regardless of the
quality of the materials or the expertise of the labouring people under their command, WILL fall to the ground in pieces. And in the same way, if the
person leading a nation has not the insight, the compassion, the decency that qualify them for the respect of the people, not only will they never
have that respect, but the country will suffer, both as a direct result of their degenerate, regressive tendencies, and indeed from the knock on
effects of the people of that nation knowing that those with the power are the least worthy of wielding it.
What reason does a person have for keeping their lesser instincts in check, if those who lead their nation get away with every conceivable
indulgence? What reason would a person have for doing the right thing, if even the leader of their own nation gets where they are by way of deceit,
lies, disloyalty and on a tide of dishonour!? If every indicator is that doing wrong gains you power and fearful respect, what reason could a
logically minded person ever have for standing for decency and fairness, for honour and loyalty, to either his own direct kin, or his nation?
A nation led by degenerates will become degenerate, and there is none more degenerate than someone who at once behaves like a glutton and a whoreson,
while asking those around him for their respect and trust.