Honestly, there was no way. The nobility, vital to their aspirations, was almost all Protestant and in addition, the greater part of society wanted to forget the horrific events of the civil revolution. The alleged absolutist threat motivated the union of nobles and burghers, who agreed on the need to dethrone the King. James II, aware of this, fell into indignation. His position was almost impregnable: was the son of Carlos I and also Duke of York; It could not getting him the throne the plot against James II his enemies understood could well serve the lack of arguments, the intrigue, the machination, and finally, force. Convinced that the dethronement of the King in this case was unlawful, but driven by the horror of a Catholic monarchy, in 1688 nobles and burghers Guillermo de Orange Dutch Prince offered the Crown of the Kingdom (the so-called champion of Protestantism for his fight against Luis XIV of France) with only two conditions: first, it should maintain Protestantism and second, let Parliament rule.
William accepted immediately. The news left petrified at the New King who lost his suddenly, every initiative. On 30 June 1688 a noble Protestant group petitioned the Prince of Orange come to England with an army, which was immediately known by Jacobo. Faced with the threat, he received the promise of help from the enemy of Guillermo de Orange, King Luis XIV, but James, awkwardly, declined the offer because he feared a greater parliamentary antipathy. This decision pulled him from the throne. When William arrived in England on 5 November 1688, all the official Protestant King deserted. James II, abandoned by almost all social groups and no country to govern, left the throne in almost absolute silence. He never saw something like this. Thus, without violence, in the happiest way possible, triumphed the so-called glorious revolution (as it was called men of the time), that definitively abolished absolute monarchy and began the era of the monarchy in England parlamentaria forever.