Book - European Royalty - British, Scottish, and French History
Houses of Stuart & D’Orleans
Secret Society of Jacobites - Société secrète des Jacobites
The risks and challenges to our project is that many people in France resent the notion of a king. However, it is believed, a Carolingian king may be welcomed, whereas a Capetian king of the dark ages, may have fallen as masterminded by the freemasons in the days of the Bastille.
There is some inkling of the British Windsors being Carolingian that is also discussed in the book. Like in England, the rightful French Royal Family should reign over France, but with the elected President serving as the Prime Minister or Governor of France. Like in England, the French king would not restore a monarchy, but rather, serve as the cultural head the family of France as a royal democracy or republic. The Carolingian King should be respected for the heritage of France, as a figurehead so to speak, like in England.