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Date Signed Up:6/25/2011
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Five foot ten, black straight hair, blue eyes and pale skin.
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#16 - Bretty good. But wtf?  [+] (3 replies) 03/22/2015 on Lucian mains 0
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#17 - turtletroll (03/22/2015) [-]
Songs sound the same
#18 - drakeway (03/22/2015) [-]
It's actually the same song, it's called ievan polkka
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#19 - turtletroll (03/22/2015) [-]
Learn something new everyday
#25 - This is hardly the place to have a discussion about something …  [+] (1 reply) 03/19/2015 on Every Time 0
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#26 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
And i Say it again. This Guys Can't Be Fucking Serius
#23 - About?  [+] (3 replies) 03/19/2015 on Every Time 0
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#24 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
Knowing all that about the monarchy and still support it, im reading half of what you wrote as a joke
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#25 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
This is hardly the place to have a discussion about something that could fill many pages.
So I'll do the tl;dr version of why I support the Monarchy.

-Greater political influence as a figure to foreign powers.
-Greater local control and care, (UK local councils don't care about their constituencies, they frequently do whatever the PM says regardless of the local affect)
-My family were economically crushed by Labor after WW1, due to this I cannot support the republic.
-In the last 60 years the civil government has utterly destroyed any semblance of integrity IMHO.
-Each noble would have their own private militia therefore having a passive defensive force.
-Rulers are bred and their mechanisms can be deployed over decades and altered rather than the current 4 years for PMs.

There are probably massive ones I can't be bothered to list ATM. It is 1:30am.
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#26 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
And i Say it again. This Guys Can't Be Fucking Serius
#21 - A copy pasta from an earlier comment of mine: "The Mo…  [+] (5 replies) 03/19/2015 on Every Time +1
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#22 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
This guy can't be serius
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#23 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
About?
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#24 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
Knowing all that about the monarchy and still support it, im reading half of what you wrote as a joke
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#25 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
This is hardly the place to have a discussion about something that could fill many pages.
So I'll do the tl;dr version of why I support the Monarchy.

-Greater political influence as a figure to foreign powers.
-Greater local control and care, (UK local councils don't care about their constituencies, they frequently do whatever the PM says regardless of the local affect)
-My family were economically crushed by Labor after WW1, due to this I cannot support the republic.
-In the last 60 years the civil government has utterly destroyed any semblance of integrity IMHO.
-Each noble would have their own private militia therefore having a passive defensive force.
-Rulers are bred and their mechanisms can be deployed over decades and altered rather than the current 4 years for PMs.

There are probably massive ones I can't be bothered to list ATM. It is 1:30am.
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#26 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
And i Say it again. This Guys Can't Be Fucking Serius
#18 - Hah, whilst I am a Monarchist UKIP is actually Britain's versi…  [+] (7 replies) 03/19/2015 on Every Time +1
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#20 - needsauceadmisblan (03/19/2015) [-]
idk what power does the monarchy formal have left i actually want to know this not just exemptions.
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#21 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
A copy pasta from an earlier comment of mine:
"The Monarch is the Head of State, and protector of the realm.

Contrary to believe England is not a democracy, its a constitutional monarchy. I don't know from where you hail but the Royal family is the core principle behind the Kingdom of Great Britain. Without them the state would cease to exist. Its like a country not having a constitution or a civil government. "
The Royal Family also owns the vast majority of all land in Britain. Technically all the people that live in Britain rent the land from Her. She holds a LOT of power, but she chooses not to use it; however I suspect due to the lack of nationalism there would be riots.

As a Monarchist I want to extend the Queen's power and to create feudalism once more.
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#22 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
This guy can't be serius
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#23 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
About?
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#24 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
Knowing all that about the monarchy and still support it, im reading half of what you wrote as a joke
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#25 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
This is hardly the place to have a discussion about something that could fill many pages.
So I'll do the tl;dr version of why I support the Monarchy.

-Greater political influence as a figure to foreign powers.
-Greater local control and care, (UK local councils don't care about their constituencies, they frequently do whatever the PM says regardless of the local affect)
-My family were economically crushed by Labor after WW1, due to this I cannot support the republic.
-In the last 60 years the civil government has utterly destroyed any semblance of integrity IMHO.
-Each noble would have their own private militia therefore having a passive defensive force.
-Rulers are bred and their mechanisms can be deployed over decades and altered rather than the current 4 years for PMs.

There are probably massive ones I can't be bothered to list ATM. It is 1:30am.
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#26 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
And i Say it again. This Guys Can't Be Fucking Serius
#16 - Bah well our groups of incompetents (Labor, Libdem and Con) di…  [+] (9 replies) 03/19/2015 on Every Time +1
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#17 - needsauceadmisblan (03/19/2015) [-]
well don't go authoritarian will yea?
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#18 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
Hah, whilst I am a Monarchist UKIP is actually Britain's version of libertarianism. Currently we are pretty much as left-wing as possible. Only installing a tyrant would make us more authoritarian.

Though I have a lot of authoritarian opinions
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#20 - needsauceadmisblan (03/19/2015) [-]
idk what power does the monarchy formal have left i actually want to know this not just exemptions.
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#21 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
A copy pasta from an earlier comment of mine:
"The Monarch is the Head of State, and protector of the realm.

Contrary to believe England is not a democracy, its a constitutional monarchy. I don't know from where you hail but the Royal family is the core principle behind the Kingdom of Great Britain. Without them the state would cease to exist. Its like a country not having a constitution or a civil government. "
The Royal Family also owns the vast majority of all land in Britain. Technically all the people that live in Britain rent the land from Her. She holds a LOT of power, but she chooses not to use it; however I suspect due to the lack of nationalism there would be riots.

As a Monarchist I want to extend the Queen's power and to create feudalism once more.
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#22 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
This guy can't be serius
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#23 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
About?
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#24 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
Knowing all that about the monarchy and still support it, im reading half of what you wrote as a joke
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#25 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
This is hardly the place to have a discussion about something that could fill many pages.
So I'll do the tl;dr version of why I support the Monarchy.

-Greater political influence as a figure to foreign powers.
-Greater local control and care, (UK local councils don't care about their constituencies, they frequently do whatever the PM says regardless of the local affect)
-My family were economically crushed by Labor after WW1, due to this I cannot support the republic.
-In the last 60 years the civil government has utterly destroyed any semblance of integrity IMHO.
-Each noble would have their own private militia therefore having a passive defensive force.
-Rulers are bred and their mechanisms can be deployed over decades and altered rather than the current 4 years for PMs.

There are probably massive ones I can't be bothered to list ATM. It is 1:30am.
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#26 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
And i Say it again. This Guys Can't Be Fucking Serius
#13 - >Be English >Maritime nation for hundreds of years …  [+] (11 replies) 03/19/2015 on Every Time 0
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#15 - needsauceadmisblan (03/19/2015) [-]
>be part of europe see england lose ireland and the commonwealths
>they must be losing some power or at least on a decline of it in some way.
>bet you they can't keep up their trade agreements lol
i think thats how a lot of people see it for some reason
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#16 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
Bah well our groups of incompetents (Labor, Libdem and Con) didn't help matters. Don't worry if UKIP doesn't win a majority this year they will win the next general election.

England will be the first in a new nationalist wave in Europe... Before its too late.
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#17 - needsauceadmisblan (03/19/2015) [-]
well don't go authoritarian will yea?
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#18 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
Hah, whilst I am a Monarchist UKIP is actually Britain's version of libertarianism. Currently we are pretty much as left-wing as possible. Only installing a tyrant would make us more authoritarian.

Though I have a lot of authoritarian opinions
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#20 - needsauceadmisblan (03/19/2015) [-]
idk what power does the monarchy formal have left i actually want to know this not just exemptions.
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#21 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
A copy pasta from an earlier comment of mine:
"The Monarch is the Head of State, and protector of the realm.

Contrary to believe England is not a democracy, its a constitutional monarchy. I don't know from where you hail but the Royal family is the core principle behind the Kingdom of Great Britain. Without them the state would cease to exist. Its like a country not having a constitution or a civil government. "
The Royal Family also owns the vast majority of all land in Britain. Technically all the people that live in Britain rent the land from Her. She holds a LOT of power, but she chooses not to use it; however I suspect due to the lack of nationalism there would be riots.

As a Monarchist I want to extend the Queen's power and to create feudalism once more.
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#22 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
This guy can't be serius
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#23 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
About?
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#24 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
Knowing all that about the monarchy and still support it, im reading half of what you wrote as a joke
User avatar
#25 - pizzapastasaurous (03/19/2015) [-]
This is hardly the place to have a discussion about something that could fill many pages.
So I'll do the tl;dr version of why I support the Monarchy.

-Greater political influence as a figure to foreign powers.
-Greater local control and care, (UK local councils don't care about their constituencies, they frequently do whatever the PM says regardless of the local affect)
-My family were economically crushed by Labor after WW1, due to this I cannot support the republic.
-In the last 60 years the civil government has utterly destroyed any semblance of integrity IMHO.
-Each noble would have their own private militia therefore having a passive defensive force.
-Rulers are bred and their mechanisms can be deployed over decades and altered rather than the current 4 years for PMs.

There are probably massive ones I can't be bothered to list ATM. It is 1:30am.
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#26 - arcadearcanum (03/19/2015) [-]
And i Say it again. This Guys Can't Be Fucking Serius