And the rich who dines in food of his bounty? Seeing his place in the lushness of Rosemary and Elder, of birds that flock and wealth that abound him, ignoring the starving, the poor, the homeless and the dying.
It takes a fool to wish to be king, and a foolish king to wish for wine and women, eventually the State of he collapses.
And had not the common man be left out in the lust of money, or the agony of poverty? Has he not the decision?
Why peasants stay poor? Why aristocrats remain blind? Why do the every-man lust? It is a foolish world; a mad world, to exist in social classes.
Democracy is dying.