Aquino’s last Malacañang meeting with top military generals proved disastrous: it gave them a clear picture, up close, of a commander-in-chief who was probably as raving mad as England’s King George 3rd.http://www.manilatimes.net/a-palace-coup-for-aquino/164976/ http://www.historytoday.com/blair-worden/execution-charles-i-king-dead-long-live-crown
Once they had removed him, however, they could see no alternative to removing the monarchy itself, as they did in hesitantly worded legislation. Because the House of Lords would not sanction the trial of the king, it too had to be abolished.The call for ouster of a President is just as politically motivated and malicious in nature where there is no clear assurance of better replacement. It does not require much consideration to feel that the present Commander in Chief is lacking of the minimum required abilities to manage crisis besieging his administration from Luneta to Tacloban and Masasapano. But let him sit there for energies and resources spent in removing him will not prove anything nor would practically benefit our country. What we can do is establish the accountability of a President to serve as lesson and warning to future Presidential aspirants. Politicians can busy themselves later with preoccupation on the fate of ex-Presidents after immunity is removed. If we are no better voters during elections, it follows we can be worse in revolutions. It is a lesson to voters to think wisely of their choices next time. His role in history is forgone conclusion. History is full of reference, like Charles I, to repeat itself should this administration ever consider extending their stay one minute longer.