The Mad Monarchist: The Crisis in Germany
"The Germans must, absolutely must get out from under the shadow of Nazi Germany and World War II. That is positively never going to happen in the current system because the current republic only exists because of Nazi Germany. Let me be perfectly blunt about this: the Federal Republic of Germany is not a government or a country or a nation, it is essentially a political apology. It exists only to serve as a vehicle for guilt, shame and to continuously milk the German people like they were no more than cattle in order to give money and resources to non-Germans. Patriotism is considered evil, national pride is evil, even considering the German people worthy of survival is now being considered evil... this is not a healthy mindset for a people and is, in fact, quite dangerous. If you don't care about the suicide of the German nation, you should, because sometimes suicides take others with them when they go."
More than a year old, now, but just as cogent and applicable as when it was written.And yes, I know this is the Anglophilic Anglican, not the Germanophilic one! But I have as much German ancestry as I do English, and furthermore, as The Mad Monarchist points out, it is absolutely correct that "if you don't care about the suicide of the German nation, you should, because sometimes suicides take others with them when they go." If, as he accurately indicates, the available choices presented to the German people by their government, media, and other so-called "elites" are between the spectre of Nazism and mass immigration leading to cultural and demographic replacement, the Nazis are eventually going to seem like the lesser of two evils.
Fortunately, there is an alternative: the restoration of the German Monarchy.
"This circular pattern must be broken! Another alternative must be put forward and that can only happen by the Germans being reconnected with their traditional, pre-1918 past. Not a past of guilt and shame but a past they can take pride in, a past that is pro-German and not anti-anyone else. There is plenty there to work with and would not require anything all that radical to accomplish... A healthy national pride can only be achieved by embracing the totality of German history, the organic development of Germany as manifested in the First German Empire, the German Confederation that replaced it at the Congress of Vienna and finally the Second German Empire. That second empire, as we know, came together through the German princes which would be extremely difficult at this point but the example of the German Confederation would be a workable model that could, I think, be easily modified for current circumstances."
He goes on to discuss how that available model could, in fact, be reworked for the present day. Well worth a read, I think!
The symbolism is at hand already. The black-red-gold flag was, originally, the flag of the German Confederation, basically by taking the black and gold colors of Imperial Austria and adding a red stripe as a nod to Brandenburg, the electorate held by the kings of Prussia. A new confederation of German states for German people is something that could be done without princely leadership as the German princes are understandably gun-shy about having anything at all to do with politics...