Matt Ehret joins me for a whirlwind tour of the effects of the British Crown on global politics for the past couple hundred years and why last week’s coronation of Charles III is more consequential than many want to believe.
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Britons could indeed use a return to their traditions and restoration of pride, just get that repulsive piece of shit out of there fast and put William in.
The crown owns a lot of property, defending it is another matter. If Putin was as bad as the West constantly says, the Queen’s funeral was the perfect time and place to launch the tactical nukes. “People of the West, you are now finally free. People of the rest of world, you are too. Enjoy.”
The story of the aftermath would make an interesting idea for a novel. For some reason, all out nuclear war does not happen. No supply lines are disrupted. Protagonists would be small groups of influential libertarians in various Western countries trying to convince the populace that they are better off. As the plot develops, most are amazed how much better society functions, and have that “why didn’t we think of this before?” realization. The West becomes the actual beacon and example of freedom to the world. Humanity has exponential leaps in production, innovation, cooperation, happiness. The Ayn Rand idea of explaining a philosophy via literature.
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