He was called in by the Queen due to her concern over his ability to deliver the will of the people considering the vote (though non binding) had chosen leave and things were dragging out.Didn't the Queen call BoJo to the carpet for Brexit? And didn't he basically lie to her face?
Only if you're good at it.Well the first one qualifies as a skill.
It requires money.I'd describe the sex parties one as more of a talent; like any chump can organise a party but making it a sexy party takes some clever doings.
It's more complicated than that.As for the Royals well technically if they believe the UK government is working to actively harm the people it can dissolve the government and force it to be replaced.
Again, this is an oversimplification. In the UK, "the crown" and "the government" are the same thing. Historically, government institutions were the personal property of the monarch and in a very abstract sense that hasn't changed, but after centuries of constitutional reform the reality on the ground is very different. In the event of some constitutional crisis where the monarch and government were opposed, the army would owe loyalties to both, after all they are traditionally the same thing, and intervening on behalf of either side would be a coup. It would fall to the political system to resolve that crisis, and unless society had completely broken down there'd be no reason to involve the army at all.The armed services are also loyal to the crown ultimately and not the government just in case there ever is a need to depose the government.
Again, I'm repeating myself but the reality is more complicated.Also the PM is technically accountable to the crown and should the crown wish it the PM can be called in to explain their actions and justify them to the crown.
Someone's clearly never been to the Catalan region of Spain. Catalan flags on every balcony.With patriotism I don't necessarily mean redneck maga supporters or anything but rather that national pride or 'exceptionalism' if you will runs deep in American society. I don't think I've ever been to another country with so many national flags wherever you go.
I think you're confusing this a little. Spaghetti Westerns were made later(70's) and were notably more cynical then the "White Hat, Black Hat" Westerns of the earlier decades but your point does stand otherwise.More accurately, we have the spaghetti Western films of the '50s, which almost invariably feature a white man in a white hat standing in a cloud of gunsmoke while the bandito crumples to the ground, therefore proving the divine righteousness of the gunslinger who "brings his brand of law to the frontier" (and then rides off with the lady in distress).