Amamiya Haruhi was a true wanderer - she changed many countries on several continents, from Europe through Asia til New Zealand. She changed her name from Brigade Chief Haruhi Suzumiya to Amamiya Haruhi. She is citizen of Japan.
She was extremely active in Japanese politics. A party president of several different parties (Desu_Workers'_Party, SOS_ Brigade, Sekai_Shakai_Sensen, Black_Knights) Congress member of Japan on three occasions and even Minister of Culture & Events.
In the end of her life she used name Amamiya Haruhi .
is the newspaper owned and published by Amamiya Haruhi, currently with 770 subscribers.
She had been very active in the politics of Japan, serving in her Congress for 5 terms.
Amamiya Haruhi was in "Exodus of 970", which was the Japanese Migration an event that occurred as a result of a series of political takeovers involving 4 parties in Japan. Although only two of the parties were active, the impact was still considerable.
On day 970, Alfred Ball began a PTO of the United Lolies of Japan(ULJ) in his bid to turn it into S.E.E.S. Nippon, the Japanese SEES branch of a global political organization run by Emerick. His opponent was a loli-backed candidate named Akira, who subsequently lost the elections, thus closing the book on the ULJ's long political run. There was much debate in the forums over this, and much media coverage as the various active loli voiced their outrage or support over the candidates takeover. Much of the ULJ has remained in Japan, and merely switched parties to the SOS Brigade. Many ULJ refugees still wear their ULJ avatars with pride.
The Black Knights was taken over against Yonsil after Amamiya Haruhi lost the elections. Yonsil made his own media coverage prior to the event, claiming outrage over the ULJ pedo-kuma hunting squads and the alleged genocide by the lolies against "furrybears" (changed from the original title pedobears). Yonsil took over the party to make it a refugee camp for said "furrybears" so that they may 'have a sanctuary'.
Amamiya Haruhi' and a substantial portion of the active population left Japan and scattered abroad as refugees. The largest group of refugees sought domicile in the Netherlands.
Amamiya Haruhi holds the General rank, and is a active member of the Endless Eight.