Ralph de Ver

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Ralph de Ver

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Nationality Flag-Canada.jpg Canadian
Date of birth January 29, 2009
Date of death 2010
Newspaper The Ver Filler
Minister of Finance
October 5, 2009 – November 5, 2009
Minister of Communication and Heritage
April 5, 2009 –
Preceded by Dominik
Congressman of British Columbia
March 25, 2009 –
October 25, 2009 –
Deputy Party President of Canadian Empire Party
March 17, 2009 –
Rank Icon rank Lt Colonel*.png Lt Colonel*

Ralph de Ver (January 29, 2009) was born in Ontario, Canada just before the Canadian population boom and currently resides in Alberta for hospital access reasons. De Ver is the proud Deputy Party President for the Canadian Advancement Party (CAP), volunteers in the land and resources sector for Canuck Oil, a Bruck's Canucks company, owns and operates Vertex Incorporated, an private investment firm, in Central Greece, and is a business partner with WAM Industries Inc who owns and operates WAMetals in Central Greece and WAMachine Guns in Alberta.


De Ver was born in Ontario, Canada on January 29, 2009 after stumbling upon an eRepublik (eRep) add campaign on blog that he followed. The add simply read, "A new war is about to begin; You can STOP it; or START it". Intrigued from that day, de Ver has been addicted to eRep ever since.

Political Opinions Formed

At a young age, a "politically in tune" de Ver recognized the exclusiveness of democracy in his home country and how inefficient the country was being governed. In his mind, inclusiveness is a sign of a very mature government but for a county to succeed it must not attempt to mature too quickly; a country must first elect a strong totalitarian or authoritarian government to establish order. Recognizing that Canada is still in its infancy in terms of its government, de Ver put his faith in the totalitarian, later switching to authoritarian, Canadian Empire Party (CEP).


De Ver has held positions in the land and resources sector since joining eRep. He currently volunteers at Canuck Oil, a Bruck's Canucks company.

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