The Case for Quotes Not to Be a Republic

The truth for Quotes not to turn into a republic.

Down under has deep-rooted ties to its beginning nation; the UK. To serious the few remaining backlinks to our friend and famous parent under peaceful circumstances (unlike the American warfare of independence) would be a moaping shame.

The initial thing that we would notice is the astronomical expense of setting up a republic, this would be an expense that we as tax-payers would have to reach in to our pockets for and give money for something that doesn't change the circumstance in our country, except making us believe that we have expanded into our own nation which will of course we certainly have anyway. We've been looking after our own interests free of the Britian's guiding side for many decades now.

As proud Australians, we want to feel a sense of belonging to the commonwealth nations which were all part of Britain's empire at one time. Losing this valuable historical link with our ancestors and forefathers would diminish our feeling of nationwide pride and identity, destroying the abundant state of the constitutional monarchy would not become an intelligent thought.

The British Monarchy can be described as show piece that stands to represent the ways of the earth. They have been shedding power gradually but progressively over the last two hundred years. Nationwide their presence serves as merely ceremonial with a little political electricity is almost never used. Even so removing the monarchy from your structure of your country means losing sporting opportunities, associations with UK and a great affinity with this culture because an English colony which gradually grew from rags to riches below hard circumstances.

People just like James make, Edward Hargraves (the gentleman who initiated the Aussie gold run back in the 1800s), the famous explorers burke and legal documents were every one of British beginning. These men are seen as icons in our contemporary society, people who will not have helped to make our country what today if the English had not founded the country back in 1770.

I, as a taxpaying Australian who also...