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The Ockham Razor of Royal Equality

By Mathew Groves, BMS Blogger in Residence Notorious left-wing agitator Peter Tatchell has something of a history of trying to slur our institution of Monarchy as racist.  Recently he put out a tweet suggesting that a hereditary monarchy is racist because people of colour cannot become head of state.  He was intentionally trying to jump […]

Prince Hal and a New Falstaff?

Prince Hal and a New Falstaff? The Woke Duke of Sussex and the Regression of His Progression. By Matthew Groves, BMS Blogger in Residence When our own People’s Prince, Harry, Duke of Sussex, was fighting in Afghanistan it seemed fitting to draw analogies with Henry V of both Shakespeare and the historical fact, who bravely […]

Nihilism versus History

By Blogger-in-Residence: Matthew Groves All monarchists should care about history and identity.  It must be said that history is the story of imperfect men who were determined by their times.  Nonetheless we commemorate our historical figures for what they attained of immemorial and eternal value.  We are forgiving enough of human nature to recognise every […]

The Spirit of Restoration

By Blogger-in-Residence: Matthew Groves On 29th May 2020 those who remembered, celebrated the 360th anniversary of the Restoration of the British Monarchy.  In 1660 the English and Scottish attempt to function as republics had failed miserably.  England’s Protestant elite turned to their exiled Scottish king in France, Charles Stuart.  They had committed regicide in 1649, […]

Stars and Stripes: Fame and Noblesse Oblige…

By: Matthew Groves – BMS Blogger in Residence Recent revelations of the alleged reaction from Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, to Royal life have been negative. In particular, the complaint as it has been revealed by Ashley Pearson, expresses that the Duchess was uncomfortable with the level of duty, drawing a comparison with the lack of […]

Coronavirus for a Cause

Coronavirus for a Cause Republicans harness epidemic to derail meaning of Queen’s Historic Address. By: Matthew Groves Blogger in Residence: British Monarchists Society At a time of national emergency such as the one we are currently experiencing; the underlying importance of the Monarchy is very much highlighted. With the broadcast of Her Majesty’s historic speech on 5 […]

Coronavirus and the Crown

Keep Calm and Do Not Carry OnThe Crown in the Time of Coronavirus. By:Matthew GrovesBMS Blogger in Residence We are living in strange times. Times that see us frustrated, anxious and in a perpetual state of confusions. With a near lock-down and a massive expansion in the powers of the state, greater than at any time during […]