Message from Thomas in Nick Fuentes Server #history-server
if one did start then maybe events would transpire as i described as a way to end it as quick as possible
Even if the balance of power were even it would be horrible
It may even be worst. If an actual war with modern weapons was waged in America the infrastructure would be destroyed
there would be no balance of power if a real open civil war started russia or china would just invade pretty quickly
oof well we just shitted up history chat
back to history
Would you have supported Caesar in the civil war with Pompey?
The main thing is stop our New Rome sinking to the step that we have to choose between Caesar and Pompey
SPQR is already dead in the era of trilogy
do you mean very limited suffrage, i.e., only a small portion of the people get to make the decisions?
I asked the question because I wanted to know if there is a republican form of government without any type suffrage
Or if all republics have some degree of democracy
The closest you can get to that is what we originally had.
White male landowners who had actual stock in the country they were voting to rule.
do what the Holy Roman empire did,
except on a much larger scale,
have inheritated positions of power which are capable of voting.
I'm asking more of a question about definition
is it possible for a republic to not have suffrage
It is not.
or would it just be an oligarchy or aristocracy
@Hektor#9849 well how do you have a legitimate transition of power
without any form of suffrage or hereditary right
trial by combat
There's a lot of nascent republics that don't have any democracy
but that seems like a transition period
i.e., the English Protectorate, the French Directory
@Hektor and even if the leader isn't elected in a republic, the legislature almost always is
@Hektor#9849 Why can't I ping you?
Hitler was gay
ur mom gay
no ur mom and dad gay together
@Deleted User Would they even be a republic if there isn't suffrage though? How can government be a public matter if there is no voting?
There are degrees of publicness and differences in how legitimacy is drawn