Birth in the USA
Matthew Langley began his life in Iowa, United States. After realizing the use of the fortress doctrine, he soon afterwards moved to Florida. He then joined the United States Workers Party. Believing that the political party he had joined was too big for him to get involved in, he then switched to the Socialist Freedom Party (SFP). While in the SFP, he remained a semi-active person in the party, feeling reluctant on running for a congress seat in such a big country.
Moving to Japan
In May 2010, after receiving a moving ticket out of unknown circumstances, Matthew Langley decided to resign from the Socialist Freedom Party and move out of the country. He moved out of the belief that the United States was too large of a country. He then decided to move to Japan on an impulse. His initial coming to the nation was met with scepticism, as the country was in the middle of a war with South Korea. He was told to remain in the country for a month to see if he wants to stay or not. In the meanwhile, he made friends with the Japanese community as he awaited his waiting period to expire. Then near the beginning of June, his citizenship was accepted.
After receiving the citizenship, Matthew Langley pondered on which party to join, so he sent a shout out to people in the Japanese community. The first to respond was Brigade Chief Haruhi Suzumiya, and she said the Sekai Shakai Sensen (SSS). Matthew Langley then joined the party in the next few hours. A few days in, he decided to run for Congress and was able to win as a wildcard with 7 votes in Tohoku. A few days later, the SSS was facing internal trouble, and the SSS had split into the Black Knights and the SOS Brigade. Matthew Langley remained in the SOS Brigade in an attempt to get the party to nominate Geno Garon as a presidential candidate, but failed. He then moved to the Black Knights. In the July Party President elections, Matthew Langley's party was PTOed by Yonsil, and on July 16th, he resigned from the Japanese Diet (Congress) in protest, and he left for the Netherlands. This was something that was later known as part of Japanese Migration.
After arriving in the Netherlands, Matthew Langley became acquainted with other citizens of the Netherlands and joined the Communist Party of the Netherlands. He immediately got into the country's politics after being asked by the party president to run for Congress. He lived quietly in the Netherlands and made friends with Konrad Neumann. With Konrad, he helps to take control of a minor party in the Netherlands to turn it into the De Oranje Partij, which Matthew Langley remained de-facto Party President until leaving the country.
Roaming the New World
Things were done. Countries were visited. Attempts at getting back into Japan were made (and failed). Pakistan was liberated. The roaming ended in New Zealand.
His short stay in New Zealand was as a member of Kiwi People's Party, where on November 15, 2010, Langley challenged Caesar00 for party president and failed. Soon after, Langley moved to Austria.
When Langley moved to Austria he joined Austrian Unity political party and next month, in December, got elected as a Congress member. In January 2011, together with Brigade Chief Haruhi Suzumiya helps to start an Austrian version of Desu Workers' Party, where he becomes two-times party president. The party went through several party names, including Oraizan Brigade (original) and Desu Ega. Revolution Party.
In the end, he regained the citizenship of Japan where his eLife ended.
|United States Workers Party|
|Socialist Freedom Party|
|Sekai Shakai Sensen|
|Communist Party NL|
|De Oranje Partij|
|Kiwi People's Party|
|Desu Ega. Revolution Party|
|Desu Workers' Party|
|Coalition of Leftist Tendencies|