History makes it self-evident fact that republics in large countries have reliably ended in tyrannical failure, worse than the hereditary governments they often escaped, and that the prosperous, smaller republics become as equally corrupt. Republics have not acted as a tool for the people as they claim, but rather for a budding merchant class to wage war on the established civil powers for purposes of expanding their financial gain. With Revolution as their tool, liberal republicans have ravaged states, defamed hierarchy, and destroyed the privileges of the existing nobility. Revolution always occurs in the name of the people, but the bourgeois lawyers who began and led the cause had nothing in common with the common man. Rather than perpetrating the idyllic peasant revolt against cruel tyrants, the masses were duped into trading the yoke of Christian masters for that of self-indulgent capitalists. The victorious have since secured their power in the legal fiction of classless society. Regardless of the unique presence, wealth, and responsibilities which all powerful men shall yield by nature of their status, the ruling men of our Republic have exempted themselves from criticism. They have equated the different stations of public life, so to loose the upper class from their visible duties to society and create an invisible elite, which act as both government bureaucrats and immune corporate masters. Classes have been transformed from roles conducive to mutual order, into arbitrary financial categories fit to antagonize each other. Liberal republican greed thus virtually contains the errors it later sired: cultural Marxism and populism.
After investing nearly 250 years in its failed ideology, many Americans are sentimentally attached to the idea that our government is an untouchable, ever-successful monolith. But as more ridiculous political ideologies comes from the far-left, as the American social fabric continues to melt for reasons they can’t explain, as the people of our great country feel the pressing burden of a bar set so law, the time is right for a conversation about what makes the United States a great country, versus those things we thought did, but never have. The American Monarchist Congress is a program that seeks to challenge the commonly-held errors of liberalism republicanism. We desire to reach out to self-styled conservatives, to awaken within them the true importance of traditional principle. Liberalism and the ideological Revolution are one in the same thing, and if we are to reject liberalism, then we need to reject all of its bad fruits; otherwise, we play the game of drawing an arbitrary line in history, trying to say “were things still acceptable by this historical date, can we go back to that point?” We want to prevent conservatism in America from becoming the liberalism of fifty years ago. Instead, we wish to re-instill the philosophy that is almost lost in our country: the art of producing an age-old government, whose stability and foundation on unmoving truth had been the cradle of Western civilization. We’re proud to say that we believe the United States is the only country in the West that still has the virtue and ingenuity for such important self-reform.