Nearhos was born in Attica on December 06, 2008, or day 382 of the New World, as Makoulian.
His country Greece was under occupation from Turkey and he found himself struggling for life. Only one region was still free, Central Greece. He was so disappointed; he ended up dead from starvation.
On the 15th of January there was a sparkle inside him, with Greece already lost its last region, the spirit of freedom was once again alive inside him, giving him the passion for a new life. From then he became more active, spreading the world of the liberation of his country, Greece, and of the protection of human rights.
The big absence
From the summer of 2009 due to RL events he was absent till May 2010.
Although some may describe him as a centre-leftist, he believes in some advantages the free market has. He was a member of the Greek Liberation Front the party under which all Greek people were gathered, and which promotes the idea of a free Greece.
He was elected in a Congress and he served 2 terms as a Congressman of Greece.
He also became President of the sole party in the time the Greek Government which he renamed into Ethniko Enotiko Kinima that party was later renamed again in 2010 Kinima Ethnikis Enotitas. His next stop was Socialistic Democratic Union, he left later and joined the Enosi Dimokratikis Aristeras in which was also President for a month, for personal reasons he finally returned to Socialistic Democratic Union.
- In February 2009 he was elected as Congress member of Greece.
- In March 2009 he was appointed as the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Greece.
- In April 2009 Makoulian was elected the President of Greece.
- In June 2009 he was elected as Congress member of Greece.
- In June 2010 he was appointed as minister in the Ministry of new Players.
- In August 2010 he was elected as party president in Enosi Dimokratikis Aristeras.
His military career isn't so great as he chose to serve the people through politics nevertheless he has achieved a military rank of Supreme Marshal*** and has received several different medals.
Nautiki peripolos is the newspaper owned and published by Makoulian. There were 410 readers subscribed to this newspaper. Other names of his newspaper were Democracy's Voice and Democratic Herald.