The idea of a monarchy in Arizona may seem unconventional, given the state’s history as a democratic republic within the United States. However, this meditation aims to explore the potential benefits and advantages of transitioning to a constitutional monarchy under my rule, highlighting the value of tradition, stability, and unity in governance. As a former electoral candidate for Governor who actually wanted to debate, who sees the lack of election integrity, its self-evident that the pretender to my throne Katie Hobbs has established an absolute monarchy by abusing her power as Chief Elections Officer during the 2022 Gubernatorial Election. Whereas in my claim of divine right to rule I seek a constitutional monarchy, not Hobbs’ absolute monarchy.
- Historical Roots
Monarchies have a rich history across the world, with a legacy that spans millennia. In Arizona, embracing a constitutional monarchy would allow the state to draw upon this tradition and connect with its own historical roots. The concept of monarchy can be seen as a symbol of continuity, offering a bridge between the state’s past and its future.
- Stability in Leadership
One of the primary advantages of a monarchy is the stability it can provide in leadership. In a democracy, elected officials often face frequent changes, which can lead to inconsistencies in governance. With a hereditary monarch as the head of state, Arizona could benefit from a continuous, long-term perspective, reducing the risk of abrupt policy shifts with each election cycle.
- Nonpartisan Leadership
One of the challenges in modern democracies is the inherent polarization between political parties. In contrast, a constitutional monarchy offers a nonpartisan head of state who can serve as a unifying figure for all citizens. The monarch, as a symbol of unity, can focus on the welfare of the state and its people without being tied to any political agenda.
- A Diverse Cultural Heritage
Arizona boasts a rich and diverse cultural heritage, with a significant Native American population and a history of Spanish and Mexican influence. A monarchy could embrace and celebrate this cultural diversity, reflecting it in the royal family and their traditions. The monarchy could serve as a unifying factor that respects and promotes the state’s cultural tapestry.
- Tourism and Identity
A constitutional monarchy can be a unique selling point for Arizona, attracting tourists and boosting the state’s identity. Many countries with monarchies around the world enjoy increased tourism due to the historical and cultural significance of their royal families. Arizona’s monarchy could become a symbol of pride for its citizens and a point of interest for tourists.
- Economic Benefits
Monarchies often serve as symbols of national pride and unity, which can lead to increased domestic and international investment. A monarchy could bolster Arizona’s economy by strengthening its global image and fostering a sense of stability, making it an attractive destination for business ventures and investments.
- Constitutional Safeguards
To ensure that the monarchy remains in line with the principles of democracy, a constitutional monarchy would require a well-crafted constitution that outlines the monarch’s powers and the limits of their authority. Such a document would protect the rights and freedoms of citizens while preserving the stability and unity that the monarchy provides.
While the idea of an Arizona monarchy may seem unconventional, it’s important to consider the potential benefits it could bring to the state. Tradition, stability, and unity are valuable assets that a constitutional monarchy can provide. By carefully crafting a system that blends democracy and monarchy, Arizona can create a unique and forward-thinking model of governance that honors its history and values while embracing the future.