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cusack5239

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I'm actually the great prince - not the King.  I won't name the King, but he is my cousin.
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What questions do you have that perhps I can answer. By the way I'm Charles Henry V (CHyren). Please excuse my typing.
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I have a bunch of questions

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Im the 50- th degree from Louis XVII. Louis XVII is my grand father's grand father's father. 


How is that 50 degrees?  Sounds more like 7.

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I'm actually the great prince - not the King.  I won't name the King, but he is my cousin.


I've heard of Kings without kingdoms, even Kingdoms without Kings, but what is your cousin in this case?  He's a King of a kingdom that doesn't know about him, and perhaps never will... makes me wonder if even he knows about being king.

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I don't know what to say. You have you King talking to you now, but you won't even regard his posts.  You really can't get much dumber than that as history will show here shortly. You look like fools.



Wait!  Didn't you say you weren't the king, that he's your cousin?  How can you be king if the king is really your cousin?  Is it possible to be your own cousin?

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I will the eigth king from Louis XVII.  Yopu sound poretty stupid considering that you are looking for the king of france but she hasn't hads a viosible one since Louis XVII. I don't have time for morons.
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Ethiomonarchist, I'm sure you're deeply wounded at being told that "yopu sound poretty stupid."
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I don't have time for morons.


Neither do I, actually...the question is, who is the moron?


I'm not sure exactly what a "viosible" king is, but Louis Philippe (1840-1848) was pretty visible, more than half a century after Louis XVII...

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There is an emblem on our Cathedral that hosts the Idol of the opressor that has 8 fleur de lis on branches., Also, the white fleur de lis on a bourbon background is on either side of the idol - House of Bourbon.


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I alreay asked you to forgive my typing.  AQll I cabn say is I tried.  These so called monarchists are too dumb to pick up on the monarch when they trip over him.  Youre on your own now. No more questions.
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What a shame. Ethiomonarchist, my God yes it is is possible to be your own cousin. Numerous times over. I'd be hard-pressed to find many dynasts of the last several centuries who weren't. To be your own cousin who is a separate individual is a mite more tricky, though.
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I'd be ashamed tyio call myself a "monarchist." I never met so many dumb people as the so called "monarchists." You won't have vlong to wait to see what I mean. You say you await the King, but when he comes, you riducule him. Does that make sense. And yes, even Jesus used the tools of the day. Good luck to you all.
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I've never said that I await the King. I have a Queen that I'm entirely content with, thanks. Best wishes to you as well.
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Yopu sound poretty stupid considering that you are looking for the king of france but she hasn't hads a viosible one since Louis XVII. I don't have time for morons.


I am weeping bitterly that you've decided I'm "poretty stupid".  I'm sorry that I've wasted the valuable time of the cousin or king of ...if not France I don't know what...   I'm also shocked to hear that their Majesties, Louis XVIII, Charles X and Louis Phillipe were all invisible (or is that inviosible)


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Ethiomonarchist, I'm sure you're deeply wounded at being told that "yopu sound poretty stupid."


Oh yes royalcello, I may need to lie down.


 
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These so called monarchists are too dumb to pick up on the monarch when they trip over him.  Youre on your own now. No more questions.


I'm sorry for tripping over your majesty.  I was on my way to bed to lie down after being made quite distraught for being found out as a poretty stupid and a moron.  However you can't exactly blame me since you are one of the invisible Bourbons and I had no way of seeing you...

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Ethiomonarchist, my God yes it is is possible to be your own cousin. Numerous times over. I'd be hard-pressed to find many dynasts of the last several centuries who weren't. To be your own cousin who is a separate individual is a mite more tricky, though.


I stand corrected Peter.  As for being your own cousin while being two individuals, well if you're the invisible Bourbon King of (not sure where), then I guess it might be possible Peter.  I had just read the interesting fact that the Spanish Bourbons had sufferend hereditary tuberculosis.  I am quite shocked to find that the French lines have suffered from invisibility.  What an unfortunate royal house indeed.

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Ethiopia stretches her hands unto God (Quote from Psalm 68 which served as the Imperial Motto of the Ethiopian Empire)

"God and history shall remember your judgment." (Quote from Emperor Haile Selassie I's speech to the League of Nations to plead for assistance against the Italian Invasion, 1936.)
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I hope this is preserved so that soon you will be explaining why you are such fools.
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 I hope this is preserved so that soon you will be explaining why you are such fools.


I agree, this needs to be preserved. 

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The Lion of Judah hath prevailed.

Ethiopia stretches her hands unto God (Quote from Psalm 68 which served as the Imperial Motto of the Ethiopian Empire)

"God and history shall remember your judgment." (Quote from Emperor Haile Selassie I's speech to the League of Nations to plead for assistance against the Italian Invasion, 1936.)
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If you can't figure that much out, you're dumber even than I thought.
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