Brazil's Surfer Prince: Bring Back the MonarchyChris Menahan
Jun. 06, 2016
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Finally, an actual idea to Make Brazil Great Again.
Rio de Janeiro (AFP) - He surfs, dances in carnivals and can sound more revolutionary than royal, but Prince Dom Joao de Orleans e Braganca is serious about restoring the monarchy to save Brazil.
"There's an idea that the monarchy is pompous and I don't disagree, but if you look at the modern ones, especially the Scandinavians, they are very simple heads of state," he said at his apartment building in Rio's swanky Leblon neighborhood.The problem is in all these countries the monarch has no serious powers and they're not even speaking out against the migrant/Muslim invasion.
Brazil is one of the most "multicultural" societies in the world and just coincidentally it's a murder filled hellhole with massive internal strife.
A tiny light skinned elite hole themselves up in heavily armed, walled off cities, while a darker skinned underclass lives in poverty and form gangs where they kill one another en masse.
There was 64,357 homicides in Brazil in 2012, yet leftists hail the place as a some haven for diversity!
Democracy + diversity = disaster.
These places are run better by strongman leaders who can actually unite the populace rather than divide them. Fortunately, it sounds like Brazil has some in waiting.
Although most Brazilians would agree the political system isn't working, few are serious about putting the imperial family back in business. The last time Brazilians held a referendum on restoration, in 1993, only 10 percent voted yes.Obviously they should go with Dom Bertrand, the man sounds perfect.
The article goes on to speculate Dom Joao himself could be crowned. Sorry, but a cucked liberal is not going to be good enough.
Democracy gets everyone at each other's throats, a traditionalist monarch could bring everyone together under a common vision and a single leader. The current "democratically elected" corrupt female president Dilma Rousseff is literally "a former Marxist guerrilla" – LOL! That's who the masses elected to be their ruler!
Democracy doesn't work, it's bad enough in homogeneous European states, elsewhere – as Brazil shows us – it's an absolute disaster.
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