I Want Out Of The Monarchy Because King Charles Hates Freedom

The problem with King Charles III is that he’s not very kingly. His language is royal, but the content of his language is not; the smoother the rhetoric, the more poisonous it tends to be. Here’s an example of what he said:*


“We also know that countries, many of whom are burdened by growing levels of debt, simply cannot afford to go green. Here we need a vast military style campaign to marsh the strength of the global private sector, with trillions at his disposal far beyond global GDP, and with the greatest respect, beyond even the governments of the world’s leaders. It offers the only real prospect of achieving fundamental economic transition.”


Based on that comment alone, I would rejoice to see the current King of England replaced with a common man from Shaftesbury, exactly because he is common. As long as Canadians are descendants of the monarchy (hopefully, not much longer), I want to be ruled by Davids, Daniels, Nehemiahs, and Mordecais. After all, the common man wouldn’t subject the poor to a “vast military-style campaign” to institute green energy, precisely because the man himself (especially if he is an older man) probably knows what it is to be poor.


The common man knows how essential oil and gas are to the poor and middle class because he is the one who works at the plants heating England’s homes. He knows what it is to be cold and how awful it is to be chilled to the bone from the icy breath of the Atlantic. With the impending energy crisis in Europe, I expect countless more men and women to know what it is to be cold. I do not expect the King of England will know.


In this, advocating the poor be “freed” from their already limited usage of oil and gas, King Charles is asking a dreadfully sick man to run laps around a gymnasium; at least a common man knows what it’s like to feel sick. Actually, based on Charles’ previous quote, he won’t be asking for very much longer. Soon, it will be a command, executed by His Majesty’s army and armada.


I would also rather have a common man rule the King of England and Commonwealth over the current King Charles because the common man likely knows the evils of socialism better than new Buckingham does. King Charles said his green energy plan “…offers the only real prospect of achieving fundamental economic transition.” Based on his endorsements of the Great Reset, I am confident that means socialism.


We are taught the poor of the people are most in favour of socialism. Only after we weren’t allowed to work did we realize it’s the poor who loves property the most. It’s a rare thing to see a socialist in the lower classes, but it’s a rarer thing still to see a capitalist in the rich ones. A child in poverty clings to his raggedy teddy bear because it’s all he has to cling to; a child in a palace holds nothing very tightly because he is given so many gifts and things to grab. The socialists denounce capitalism in the lecture halls of university. The capitalists denounce socialism by building the lecture hall.


Indeed, when I say I want to be ruled by an ordinary man, I mean that I want to be ruled by Jesus Christ. The closer a man is to Christ, the better ruler he'll be, for Christ was the most ordinary of men, and that makes him the most extraordinary God of all.


King Charles’ plan to usher in a new economic age is so weak it needs a “military-style campaign” to be adopted. On the other hand, Christ revolutionized the entire world and defeated glorious Rome without lifting a single sword. Charles is ready to subject the poor; Christ has already liberated them.


I want to leave the monarchy because it's unlikely the normal man will assume the throne. Charles is King, and Charles will most probably stay king. If he cannot be removed, then I want to remove my country from his reign.


The paradox of all this is that if a King serves the people, he serves the world, but the reverse is not true. If a king serves the world and what is “natural,” as Charles has practically pledged to do in an effort to fight climate change, then all of his rulings tend to become only one thing.


Unnatural.



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*https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fuTzaCd_Suo

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