I have to applaud George Criser Graf und Freiherr von Bothmer zu Schwegerhoff
, he has some of the correct ingredients put together - the creation of a constitutional monarchy within the framework of the Hungarian 3rd Replublic.
George Criser Graf und Freiherr von Bothmer zu Schwegerhoff is a good qualified German-Hungarian of high aristocratic stock living in the U.S.A., George's father:
... was born in Hungary and was the Councilor of Ministry of Foreign Affairs for Hungary, I can say his regalia is completely 100% Hungarian aristocratic. The only stipulation against his petition is that he's not of ancient Hungarian Aprad-dynasty lineage.
The only two houses in Europe are "qualifed
" to be crowned Royals of Hungary due to blood lines, one is the still powerful international Belgium / Flemish House of Croy
, that was founded by a Hungarian prince Marc in 1147.
The great crest of the ancient House of Croy
The House of Croy was one of the most powerful dynastic houses of in Europe and it is still very respected today, nobody messes with the House of Croy, they're very infuential to this day. Most of if not all European nobility know of the House of Croy. The current of head of the House of Croy, Rudolf von Croÿ, 14th Duke of Croy
, has a direct blood lineage to the Hungarian Arpad dynasty and theoretically can claim the vacant crown of Hungary on direct lineage perogatives alone if timetables were favorable.
The other European entity that can claim legitimate true Hungarian Aprad-dynasty roots is the Scottish Drummond Clan. Clan traditions credit Maurice of Hungary as founding the clan in 1066, he was also another illegitmate prince from Hungary. The Drummond Clan was historically one of the most powerful clans in Scotland. In contemporary times, the living John Drummond, 9th Earl of Perth
, also can also put forth a legitimate claim to the Crown of Hungary due to ancient Hungarian bloodlines.
The great seal of the ancient Scottish Drummond Clan
I intimately know Hungarian nobility, my last name is Pazmandy or de
Pazmand or George of Pazmand
, like the father of Nicholas Sarkozy (Nicholas de Sarkoz)- President of France, Sarkozy's dad was a minor noble from Sarkoz in Hungary. We were also minor nobility pre-WWII, there's a town in Hungary called Pazmand. That town was in our possession, we lost all of our possessions when everything was collectivized and nationalized with the advance of communism after WW2 so I very known Hungarian nobility, my family was a minor noble family for centuries prior to WW2.
The most economically strong, socially progressive and stable democracies in Europe have constitutional monarchies or Grand Duchies or Duchies - it is the best form of government in Europe or in the modern world. Modern politics simply endeavor to fracture the voting constituencies and "the people" into bitter vacillating factions based on simplistic competing idealogical / social / economic mindsets. "The people" require pillars of permanence and secure values they can believe in as people moving throughout History, democracy gives "the people" choices and opportunites for voicing and addressing grievances and concerns, monarchies provide "the people" moorings and a belief system of stability amidst the shifting fluctuating winds of historical political thought and social change.
Imagine the the immense prestige Hungary would gain international if the Holy Crown of Saint Stephen were re-constituted and if there was a true Hungarian King and Queen residing in OsBudavara
(Old Buda Castle).
This would be the rebuilt Royal Palace in Budapest the King of Hungary would preside in:
When Hungary was a great kingdom, Buda Castle was the greatest medieval Gothic palace in Europe and Hungarian kings were widely respected throughout Europe.
The current prime minister of Hungary even stated "The Crown doesn't belong in Parliament, and it doesn't belong in a museum.
" - the Crown is guarded uniformly by the Crown Guard at 20 minute intervals in Parliament and tourists take pictures of this holy Hungarian royal relic every chance they get as if it was a museum piece.
My immediate family are warm constitutional monarchists, the people of Hungary have always liked their kings and queens, and the Holy Crown of Saint Stephen is not a historical momento to medieval history - it is still breathing constructionist history transmitting ideals of national solidity, peace and progress. When Hungary becomes a "developed country
" in 20-30 years it may reconstitute its traditions, it is currently a "high-income ecomony
" (one step level below).
The patron saint of Hungary is the Virgin Mary, angels guard Hungary. Hungary has more saints in the Catholic Church than any other country in the world, and we have more Hungarian and scientists of Hungarian origin win the Nobel Prize per capita than any other country in the world, there's a tremendous lot of genius in Hungary. Hungarians and Germans revere and love this magnificent blessed land of "milk and honey" in the very heart of Europe.