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hubertgaston

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Personally, and this is also the consequence of the changing historical, social, societal and ideological of the France, I would define as:
-reactionary politically
-revolutionary in terms of social
-anti liberal on the societal level
-nationalist ideological
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It's a relief to see that the link was a mistake, and that the Crown Prince's consort & daughter aren't incipient communists.[smile]
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I don't think Toryism ever demanded that there be no parliament.
I agree. Toryism developed under Charles I, and the Constitution at the time saw 'Parliament' as the King, Lords, and Commons. Which is why Charles' murder was unconstitutional, because, without him, there was no 'Parliament' to pass the death sentence. Of course, things have changed, as Bagehot pointed out during the reign of the Queen-Empress. However, that's why I call myself a 'Semi-Jacobite Tory'. I want (in an ideal world) the Stuart Constitution restored under the House of Windsor.

I remember years ago, before many of you were born, I belonged to the 'Tory' (Conservative and Unionist) Party. I was a member of a reactionary ginger group called Prag. We were very proud of the fact that we belonged to the oldest political party in the world. Toryism was founded on 22 August 1642, when His Majesty raised the Royal Standard at Nottingham.

It's too bad there are no Tories left in the Tory Party![mad]

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My preferred form of government is democratic hereditary constitutional monarchy, but I'm not opposed to the existence of absolute monarchies. I'm a Kurdish nationalist, a secularist and a social democrat. I vote for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, which is a secularist and social democratic Kurdish nationalist political party. The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan is one of the two major parties of KRG (the autonomous regional government of South (Iraqi) Kurdistan). I support a world order based on sovereign nation-states. I'm opposed to interference in the internal matters of other sovereign states, and I support borders between sovereign states being drawn according to the principle of national self-determination. 
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