The Society of The Red Carnation was one of a number of Jacobite Societies which flourished at the end of the nineteenth century (June 17th 1897).It differed from other societies in that it combined socialism with advocating the Restoration of the Elder and Exiled branch of the Royal Family It's leaders are not really well known people but were E.L.L Foakes and Gavin Scott. There was however in the late nineteenth century a short lived "Society of the Red Carnation" which combined Legitimism with the principles of Christian Socialism, including in their policies, nationalisation of the railways and mines together with old age pensions.
In times of James III, the Jacobites refused:a financial banking, the national debt, high taxes, the standing army, a parliament led by the capitalist oligarchy, the capitalist plutocracy. the Jacobites claimed: localist constitutions, charters and franchises, municipal rights, land and common property, separation of powers, annual parliaments, traditional monarchy based on divine right monarchy that upholds justice and people's rights, the rights of rural world, against capitalist aggression, against absolute private property, which denies fundamental rights. In times of Charles Edward Stuart, 1753 defended: annual parliaments; limited to a maximum of 50, the number of employees of the Crown, replacement of the army by a militia in times of peace, religious freedom, press freedom and proposed union of the three crowns to a free parliament not subject to oligarchies which exploit the monarchy.
A GROUP TO UNITE ALL LEGITIMISTS AND JACOBITES WHO REVERE THE MEMORY OF THE DE JURE SOVEREIGNS OF THE THREE REALMS OF ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND IRELAND AND RECOGNISE THEIR PRESENT SUCCESSOR:
King James II & VII (1685-1701)
King James III & VIII (1701-1766)
King Charles III (1766-1788)
King Henry IX & I, Cardinal (1788-1807)
King Charles IV (1807-1819)
King Victor I (1819-1824)
Queen Mary III & II (1824-1840)
King Francis I (1840-1875)
Queen Mary IV & III (1875-1919)
King Robert I & IV (1919-1955)
King Albert I (1955-1996)
KING FRANCIS II (1996 -now gloriously reigning) AND THEIR FUTURE SUCCESSORS ACCORDING TO THE ORDER OF PRIMOGENITURE.
In today's world, the market and the capitalist neoliberal globalization, are the rule of the bourgeoisie. The Jacobite legitimate monarchy, of the three crowns: England, Scotland, and Ireland, defends and protects the rights of Englishmen, Scots and Irish. He rejects the "free market". He rejects the rules of capitalism. Anti-laissez-faire, let pass ". The Jacobite Crown upholds the principle of subsidiarity, trade unionism, Christian socialism and environmentalism. He denies that the monarchy is the institution of a capitalist system. ¡God and King!
programme of the “Red Carnation Society” presents a really diverting
blend of the High Toryism of the beginning of the eighteenth Century
with the ultra-radicalism of the end of the nineteenth. Its great fault
is that it is a trifle too ambitions. Its first item, “the restoration
to the Throne of the elder and exiled branch of the Royal Family, will
probably take the Red Carnationists all their time to put through; but
when they have dealt with the usurping Hanoverian dynasty, they propose
to go on to Home Rule “all round”, nationalisation of railways and
mines, State regulation of hours and wages of labour, and a few other
small reforms of a similar character.
In this association of the
idea of a Stuart restoration with that of the triumph of the “social
revolution” there is a great deal more humour than is usually to be
found in these crazy manifestoes.
El programade la "SociedadRed Carnation" presenta una mezcla, se desvía delconservadurismo deprincipios delsigloXVIII, y delradicalismoultra-de finalesdel siglo XIX.Sugran defectoes que tiene demasiadasambiciones.Suprimer artículo,"la restauracióndel tronodela rama mayor en el exiliodela familia real,probablementetomará en los "CarnationistsRed" o "Clavelistas Rojos"todo su tiempo aponer en evidencia la usurpación deladinastíaHannover, proponenseguirun programa social común en"todos los aspectos", la nacionalizaciónde los ferrocarrilesy las minas, la regulación estatal de las horasde trabajoy los salarios, y algunas otras reformaspequeñas de uncaráctersimilar. Enesta asociación dala idea de unarestauración de los Estuardocon la deltriunfo de la"revolución social" no es unhumormuchomásde lo que normalmentese encuentran enestosmanifiestoslocos.