the one thing europoors got correct was conscription
So here's the thing, feudalism really only works in this age if there's no foreign influence.
What disgusts me is how Republicans are being blamed for people dying without healthcare coverage when those people shouldn't have had half-assed healthcare coverage and should have died in the first place.
I've had liberal friends go to Europe and come back advocating conscription
republicans are gay
It gets really easy for a country that subscribes to it to be influenced.
the normie narrative is powerful
After all, you only need but replace parts of the monarchy/ruling class.
I'm kind of in favor of having to work for the rights of a citizen through civil service, not simply being born with them
Even though that is corruptible
Monarchy literally eminates tradition throughout the country
It is a beacon for family values and traditions
Unless its the English Crown
Yes it can be corrupt, but corrupt monarchies never live long
I like the idea of one not being a citizen until they do a sweden-style 1 year service
at age 18 for natural-born citizens
I like the idea that nobody is a citizen unless you go through military service
Kind of like how it is in the book "Starship Troopers"
because then being a citizen actually matters
yeah like that, even though it's a satire
The book isn't satire
The movie is
Read the book
yeah except Starship Troopers was a satire of it
No it wasn;t you cocks
i thought they were both critiques, just on different things
Robert Heinlein believed in those values
The original was written by a literal fascist
the movie was a satire
ahh i see
the movie is still damn good imo, when you're aware of the critique it's hilarious in a weird way
It's kinda like a Space Age Sparta
or the Germanic Legions the Romans used
whatever their fucking name was
Only citizens can vote, and since all citizens went through military service, the government is always hardline fascism/conservatism
still technically democracy ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
just like the DPRK
what could go wrong