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A Monarch is capable of loving his subjects as individuals, every other form of govt. Is a system, and unfortunately a system cannot love you, it will always at best remain a political mechanism.
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Yes!  It seems more natural than democratic or oligarchic political mechanisms.
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A faceless system can not love or not love someone; this is a mechanism, a machine, levers and gears. One of the most disgusting republican dictators, Joseph Stalin, directly called people "cogs", and said: "Irreplaceable does not happen."

The monarchical state grew out of the family. The sacredness of the Monarchy comes from a distant depth, out of respect for the ancestors and parents. Hence - hierarchy and love, voluntary recognition of authorities and care. All this is connected with each other.

And the republic ... Who knows how in the herd of animals the young leader chases or kills the old leader, he understood everything about democratic republican elections.


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You can feel the truth and immeasurable value of the current blog!  Yes, Gd unlike Jitro, has no need for a heavenly court that would replace him.

In his humility he may step down, but the reality that he is King never fades.  He alone can be the whole government and alone the whole country since it is the duty pride and joy of each subject to emulate their King.  If he steps down everyone of his subjects will make it their life's endeavor to find him.

Those that are not looking for the King can hardly be called alive and are in fact like zombies, contagious, unclean and pathological.

The King will reveal himself to each one of his subjects and he will crown the 70 vassals (real royals) on the day we merit to bring Rabbi Nachman's remains to Mt Zion.  He will then carry the remains to Temple Mount.

Time is running out, and the Amalekites think they will have a big big party on the 70th of the State of Israel.  The end of the Marathon has begun 22 working days til finish....

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I think that the Israeli Kingdom would become a very beautiful project. But it can hardly be realized: if you talk about it, the descendants of the ancient Jewish kings, and the descendants of the Duke Godfried of Bouillon, will claim the crown of Jerusalem. There can not be both the Jewish Kingdom and the Christian Kingdom of Jerusalem in one land at the same time. But the very idea of the Jewish kingdom is very beautiful ...


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Rashi, the brother of the Torah and a righteous JEWISH Frenchman attempted to explain to Duke Godfroid how to permanently take Jerusalem under his administration. The title of King that the Pope would give him could only be achieved by being the FIRST to take Jerusalem. Did the Pope have the merit to award this crown to the owner of Jerusalem or not? Could the Pope make such a condition? It appears the days of Avignon were numbered and the Pope had to return to Rome. The Pope then became King of the Vatican, which is not quite the original plan.

The true descendent of Juda, David and Godfroy, the one who will be crowned King of Jerusalem will be the one that takes the remains of Rabbi Nachman from Mt Zion to Temple Mount. 70 Kings will fulfill the oath and bring the Remains to Mt Zion, the will be called the Messiahs and each one is eligible and qualified. My guess is the one that does the most and is the first to lead the operation will succeed in the second stage. That is my guess.

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Outstanding lunacy, guys, but do try to do a tiny bit of research before you start raving. The Avignon Papacy commenced in 1309. Godfrey of Bouillon, who was never King of Jerusalem, which was never a Papal title, died in 1100. It is difficult then to see what Avignon and Godfrey had to do with each other. Further, we would struggle in vain to find Godfrey's descendants, since he had none. Any more than there is any traceable lineage surviving from ancient Jewish kings, whether Davidic, Hasmonean or Idumaean. I won't comment on Rabbi Nachman since I have no idea who he might be or have been, a state of ignorance I aim to continue in.
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Regarding the monarchical project for modern Israel, I found this information: http://madmonarchist.blogspot.ru/2011/05/israel-and-jewish-monarchy.html

What can you say about this, dear sirs?

I think that this topic deserves a separate discussion at this forum. There will be an interesting opinion of other participants. Probably, someone has additional information about this.


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