Sophia Forrester

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Sophia Forrester

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Society
Nationality Flag-Japan.jpg Japanese
National rank 74
Date of birth 20 February 2009
Residence Kyushu
Sex Female
Political party United Lolies of Japan
Newspaper Forrester Network News
Politics
Congress member of Kyushu
April 26 2009 – May 25 2009
June 26 2009 – December 25 2009
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan
September 5 2009 – October 5 2009
Preceded by Lauri Mursu
President of Japan
6 January 2012 – Feb 2012
Military
Military rank Icon rank God of War.png God of War
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman


Sophia Forrester is a Japanese citizen, a former Member of Congress, and a member of the United Lolies of Japan political party. She was the Minister of Foreign Affairs for President Minamoto Yoritomo.

Early Days

Forrester was born in the US and spent almost a full month there before moving to Japan. For several weeks, she was a member of the United Independents Party, but following the lead of fellow party member, Angrr, and discontented by the US invasion of Mexico at the time, she decided to move to Japan to live a better life.

Japanese Politics

Within three days, Forrester announced her decision to run for Congress on the Tequila Fitness Club party ticket. Running on two ideas, the promotion of Japanese culture and making Japan a hospitable place for all citizens, she ran a strong campaign. Her region, however, was won by two foreign medal-seekers, both of whom who resigned shortly after. Staying active, she worked up the ranks within her own party and by the April Congressional elections, she was the TFC's Vice President. She won election in Kyushu. Over the next four months, she won two more times in Kyushu.

The August election brought a new factor into Forrester's career. For the first time in a long while, the Tequila Fitness Club was out of the top five parties. Unable to run on her native party's ticket, she migrated over to the United Lolies of Japan and has stayed there since.

On September 5, 2009, President Minamoto Yoritomo announced Forrester as the new Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs. She remained Minister for the remainder of Yoritomo's term, and with the election of Oraizan as President on October 5, was replaced by Walorm as Foreign Minister.

Forrester remained active in Japanese politics, serving as an economic advisor to the next Cabinet, and remaining in Congress through the December term. Over the following two years, she was elected to Congress eight times.