Your cause and effect reasoning isn't logical. Famines are unrelated to his speeches. Also, saying you don't like the King because he's unlikable is a rather circular argument.
After every speech given by the King there's always a famine.
We just don't like the King because he's not a likable person.
Mass starvation? That's quite a thin entering wedge. Also, calling me illogical is a "You're Another" logical fallacy. Clearly, you hate the King, but choosing evil vs. rebellion is far too black and white.
Next time the King speaks, everyone will die of starvation. And I'm not illogical, you're illogical for defending him!
There are two choices- being evil and resisting the monarchy.
Crowd appeal fallacies are not convincing arguments. Also, you can't make such an over generalization about the King based on his predecessors rather than facts! I shall be on my way since you won't listen to reason.
Surely you must see the fault in your ways! All the intellectuals in the Kingdom have resisted his tyranny!
Not to mention, all of the Kings predecessors were guilty of corruption. Therefore, he must be corrupt as well!