On the exotic fringes of the intellectual right, there are monarchists and all sorts of things. Well, guys, its been a good run, and I’m sorry to say that I am about to launch the killer meme that will eliminate your movement.
Imagine there’s a king. Now imagine, as surely they will, all the social justice warriors and grubby little careerists have simply transferred their virtue signalling from Progress to royalty.
Professor Ziad Ahmed will speak on his latest book: Releasing your Inner Subject: Finding the Slavish Devotion Within. “His Majesty cares for all his subjects like an ideal father,” Professor Ahmed explains, “and so everyone deserves to find the empowerment of releasing their inner courtier. I am fortunate enough to have had multiple audiences at court, but not everyone has. This book is for them. Not being a courtier is not OK.”
Professor Ziad Ahmed began his career with his highly received Ph.D. dissertion, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde in Popular Literature: Memetic Transformation of the Critique of Divided Power. Professor Ahmed was the Chief Sovereignty Officer of his own mannerbund at the young age of 17 years old and was famously admitted to Stanford with a personal essay consisting only of “#king #king #king #king #king #king #king #king” for 300 words. At the time, he stated, “Yes, I know the sovereign’s full titles and I originally thought about just writing them all out. But I wanted something to express the simplicity of my fervor. I wanted there to be no doubt about my fundamental commitment to the crown.”
Remember, kids, rinse your mouth after vomiting. It prevents tooth decay.