Carradine was a well known Swedish citizen, most noted for being the second president of Sweden and also one of the founder of Flashback Sweden. He likes to debate on Erepublik.se and is an avid defender of the free market and for freedom from ideological oppression. Has returned several times to life in Erepublik. Most recently in October 2010 when he escaped from Malaysia and became president of Sweden. Some time after that he got deposed because of inactivity.
Carradine was one of the founders of Flashback Sweden in December 2007 and quickly rose to the rank of party president, sworn in as President on January 1st 2008 he manage to get Sweden to be the number one country in eRepublik. He kept the position as president until he resigned at the end of March 2008. He didn't totally leave the political scene but instead was voted in as Mayor of Stockholm and also as a congress member in the Swedish congress.
After two months as mayor and congressman he decided to go on hiatus from the political world for a couple of months and returned in July as Mayor of Gothenburg and in August as Congress member, at September 20th 2008 he resigned from politics and from Erepublik.
Became president of Sweden for a short time in October 2010, deposed from his position because of inactivity.
In the early summer of 2008, Carradine decided to concentrate on other matters such as his acclaimed international paper(which is now owned by the ORG Focus Magazine) where he published articles from almost anyone as long as it is of interest for all and well written. Carradine is also the founder of the eRepublik Journalism Project (EJP) where prominent writers get paid to write articles, relieving the hassle of owning a newspaper and being accused of being subjective or biased.
Both Focus and the EJP are closed down and instead he started a new paper calledin which he publishes his thoughts on the life in Erepublik.
Carradine's best friend is Norway's ex-president Forconin.
The cause of Carradines inactivity in October 2010 is unknown but rumoured to be of personal reasons.