“The most important feature of a well-established and (nationally as well as internationally) recognized monarchy should not be forgotten- legitimacy. Without legitimacy it is impossible to imagine the binding power of agreements, of stability, and peace.”– Erik von Keuhnelt-Leddihn, The Menace of the Herd
The restoration of Catholic government in the Germanies is an essential part of the restoration of Christendom as a whole. It is obvious that this cannot be legitimately accomplished by a Republic or a return to Prussian (or Prussianized) autocratic rule. This raises the problem of legitimate rule, which (though some wish to ignore the fact) is very much a crucial issue. Before discussing legitimacy further, it must first be stated that the in the return of Catholic rule in Europe necessitates the reincorporation of the Germanies (and this includes Belgium, the Netherlands, and Switzerland) as Sovereigns States subsidiarized in the Reich (understood not in the shallow National Socialist sense, but in the deep tradition of Christendom’s Holy Empire).