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  • It's purely ceremonial.

    The monarchy is an outdated institution that needs to be done away with. There's no reason to have a royal family, there are plenty of other dignitaries who can promote the United Kingdom without the expense involved in maintaining these people. We don't need this pointless, expensive decoration when we can barely afford our health care these days.

  • I say we get rid of all the European "constitutional" monarchies, except for two of them

    Spain and Norway.
    England's monarchy is corrupt
    Denmark's monarchy is corrupt
    Many of them still behave like absolute monarchs. It's really annoying
    Sweden is another one.

    The absolute monarchy in the Vatican behaves better than some of the constitutional monarchies. They don't rule over a country. The Vatican is one because the monks and nuns agree to abide by a certain way of living.

  • Oppression! YAY !

    YAY! We celebrate people whose ancestors used to oppress our ancestors and now take money from the taxpayers but have no authority or purpose! YAY!

    Now I must use the remaining words to explain my plot to kill the royal family. I will gouge out their eyes with a spork and mutilate their genitalia. Reproduce now b*tches!

  • They don't do anything!

    I'm British and to be honest, Britain LOVES the monarchy, however I don't see why! Monarchs receive millions of pounds, yet they don't do anything. In fact, the whole royal family don't actually do anything apart from public visits and speeches. It just annoys me that there is such a big fuss of a family, that don't seem to do anything significant. For example: When Kate and William had their child, the country went wild and to be honest, I could sick of hearing about it! Everyone was like: "Oooo, our future king has been born!" My reply was: "And? He's not exactly going to make a difference is he? He's just a new addition to the media's pointless stories!"

  • Monarchies are completely useless

    Monarchies were always useless, They get to have whatever they want and yet they don’t do a single work how pathetic! We ordinary people are suffering and you monarchies get to do whatever you want to do and eat and enjoy life at leisure? Bro how many people in the world is already suffering.

  • What century is it now?

    The monarchy is simply an outdated form of government - they don't even govern! They are just bunch of entitled celebrities who do nothing but manage their public image and create this false persona that they care deeply about the people - while living in lavishly on hard-working people's dimes. Wake up, People!

  • Monarchy is outdated

    Simply put, monarchy promotes the division of social classes, the luxury and the fashion merchandising and magazine gossips. All this doesn't contribute to the unity and progress of a nation, rather it is an status quo that has been institutionalized under the false appearance of "we are royals humans that can change the world under our position of priviledge, luxury, beauty and old nonsensic traditions". No no no, the power belongs to democracy for all, without the need of the royal-ngo flagship called " monarchy"

  • Monarchy is outdated

    Simply put, monarchy promotes the division of social classes, the luxury and the fashion merchandising and magazine gossips. All this doesn't contribute to the unity and progress of a nation, rather it is an status quo that has been institutionalized under the false appearance of "we are royals humans that can change the world under our position of priviledge, luxury, beauty and old nonsensic traditions". No no no, the power belongs to democracy for all, without the need of the royal-ngo flagship called " monarchy"

  • Monarchy is outdated

    Simply put, monarchy promotes the division of social classes, the luxury and the fashion merchandising and magazine gossips. All this doesn't contribute to the unity and progress of a nation, rather it is an status quo that has been institutionalized under the false appearance of "we are royals humans that can change the world under our position of priviledge, luxury, beauty and old nonsensic traditions". No no no, the power belongs to democracy for all, without the need of the royal-ngo flagship called " monarchy"

  • Monarchy is outdated

    Simply put, monarchy promotes the division of social classes, the luxury and the fashion merchandising and magazine gossips. All this doesn't contribute to the unity and progress of a nation, rather it is an status quo that has been institutionalized under the false appearance of "we are royals humans that can change the world under our position of priviledge, luxury, beauty and old nonsensic traditions". No no no, the power belongs to democracy for all, without the need of the royal-ngo flagship called " monarchy"

  • What's so great about republics?

    Monarchy provides a non-partisan figurehead for a country with whom we can all unite. Elected politicians are invariably divisive figures (by their very nature, they alienate opposition supporters). In political crises, the Monarch can act as an important apolitical arbitrator and the Head of State remains above the political fray (thus offering country stability). There is also a lot more chance for national celebration with a Monarchy; in a republic you're lucky if you get one national event every few decades, Monarchy offers continuous points for retrospection and celebration.

    There is nothing intrinsically better about republics, though there are many advantages to constitutional monarchy - why switch to a worse system?

  • Monarchies are great!

    Monarchy is the best form of government. The monarch does not have to ally itself with economic or political groups to get elected, therefore its only interest is the people's welfare. The most advanced countries in the world are monarchies: Japan, Norway, Denmark, Britain, Sweden and many others. And history tells us that in all countries where the monarchy fell the situation only got worst ( such as Brazil and Russia).

    Posted by: JRRS

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