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Re: "Royal" Family hate thread
« Reply #45 on: November 05, 2021, 10:52:13 pm »
Our enemies on Elizabeth:

Queen Elizabeth II is reportedly ill and may not last until her Platinum Jubilee on February 6, 2022. Saying that her death would be the “end of an era” is a cliché, but it understates her importance. When she dies, Great Britain and the Commonwealth could fragment. It will be a blow to British identity.
Queen Elizabeth II, whose life can be described in one word — service

A reminder that our enemies are by now so far beyond parody that we should not even try to parody them lest our parodies be mistaken for serious rightist thinking.

Peter Hitchens, cites the 16th-century prayers that are still recited in the dwindling congregations of the Church of England: “so rule the heart of thy chosen servant, Elizabeth, our Queen and Governor that she (knowing whose minister she is) may above all things seek thy honour and glory; and that we and all her subjects (duly considering whose authority she hath) may faithfully serve, honour and humbly obey her.”
Queen Elizabeth II represents the last tenuous link between the two last positive British myths. The first is the nostalgia of Empire. The second is the British victory in World War II, “saving the world” from the Nazis.

No wonder Hitchens likes her, then:

Hitchens was not aware of his maternal grandmother's Jewish background, whose ancestors were from Poland, until he introduced her to his wife. Unlike his brother, Christopher, who called himself Jewish, Peter refers to himself as only one 32nd Jewish.[21]

I do, however, agree academically with our enemies that egalitarianism (ie. False Leftism) will not be the result of anti-Windsor sentiment:

An aristocracy will rise in the West. It may be “woke” nobles, or it may be white advocates creating something better in the ruins of our collapsing society.
Whatever else one may say of her, the Duchess of Sussex has met that challenge. She gained a title through her husband, used it to preach the new faith of Black Lives Matter, and has boundless ambition. A “woke monarchy,” or at least a “woke nobility,” is more likely than European aristocrats rising to defend their bloodlines.

The future will belong to either us or rightists. False Leftism will not last. Of course I disagree with how our enemies characterize us:

Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is a harbinger. It’s the aristocracy of victims, in which the most emotionally weak have the greatest claim to power

Fundamentally, we are all victims of initiated violence just by being born without our consent. But not all victims are willing to admit this. It is those who deny being victims who are emotionally weaker than those who can at least accept the truth. And indeed, those who most deny being victims are the same ones who initiate the most additional violence on everyone else, thus making us their victims also! So who deserves power? Those who replicate the behaviour of their creator? Or those willing to defy the creator?