Clifford Burns

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Clifford Burns

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Society
Nationality Flag-Switzerland.jpg Swiss
Date of birth September 3, 2009
Date of death 2011
Residence Deutschschweiz, Switzerland
Sex Male
Politics
Congressman of Switzerland
November 25, 2009 – January 25, 2010
Party president of Swiss Neutrality Party
December 16, 2009 – February 12, 2010
Preceded by Sinkler
Succeeded by ser4ik
Congressman of Switzerland
February 25, 2010 – June 5, 2010
Minister of Economy of Switzerland
March 14, 2010 – April 15, 2010
Preceded by Stranger Here Myslef
Succeeded by Polly Nosova
Minister of Finance of Switzerland
March 14, 2010 – May 5, 2010
President of Switzerland
June 6, 2010 – August 5, 2010
Preceded by Eleriel
Succeeded by Paul Proteus
Federal Judge of Switzerland
August 6, 2010 – August 25, 2010
Party Strategist of Alti Eidgenossenschafts Partei
August 16, 2010 – March 25, 2011
Congressman of Switzerland
August 26, 2010 – January 25, 2011
Minister of Finance of Switzerland
October 06, 2010 – November 05, 2010
Party president of Alti Eidgenossenschafts Partei
November 26, 2010 – March 25, 2011
Preceded by cesgon
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Switzerland
December 8, 2010 – December 25, 2010
Preceded by Ilestis
January 7, 2011 – February 18, 2011
Succeeded by Xeraes
Military
Military rank Icon rank Lt Colonel***.png Lt Colonel***
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman
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Clifford Burns (3 September 2009) was a Swiss entrepreneur, politician and war veteran.

Career

On 10 September 2009 Clifford founded the CBN Journal and with Saturo & Partner the Curns SO.

On 11 October 2009 Clifford was CEO of the German Q4 food company X-Food +90. After a week of successful recapitalization of the X-Food +90, Clifford has on 18 October 2009 retired.

On 30 December 2009 Clifford opened the law office Burns Law Office in Switzerland. On 9 February 2010 the law office was moved.

Clifford Burns worked mainly as administrator and consultant of the Curns Group. Additionally, he was in charge of the Credit Default Swaps Exchange (CDSX) and monetary market business of the Curns Group.

Politics

As Theocratic Embassy in Switzerland was opened on 6 October 2009, Clifford tried unsuccessfully to close the Embassy, by making a campaign on the Swiss Forum.[1]. But Clifford continued his fight and on 31 October 2009 published in Switzerland, with the help of Pascal Couchepin, a detailed and important documentation of the Theocrats[2]. The documentation was deleted on 2 November 2009 due to the reason lack of evidence, as it is described in Citizen Laws 2.2.

On 13 November 2009 Clifford joined the Shaolin Monastery party, because he disagreed with the course of the selected Swiss government and Congress in October. Clifford criticized especially the EDEN joining and lack of encouragement for the business location Switzerland. Therefore Clifford ran on 23 November 2009 in Deutschschweiz for Congress and won on 25 November 2009 by 6 votes a seat.[3][4]

Clifford ran on 13 December 2009 for party president of Shaolin Monastery party and won the elections on 15 December 2009 with 17 votes [5]. On 16 December 2009, Clifford changed the party name in Swiss Neutrality Party and the party logo.

On 16 December 2009 the Swiss congressman Clifford was indicted by the Swiss Minister of Economy Eleriel to the Swiss federal court. The indictment was violation of the CoC (As of 9 December 2009): Art. 21 Granting citizenship can't be done unless first contacting the president, vice-president, or Minister of Immigration/vMoIM, failure to do so will result in a summons to the supreme court. In the trial Swiss Vice-President Ilestis and the Swiss congressman Clifford were questioned as witnesses. After over 5 hours of court hearings, the Federal Court has acquitted Clifford.[6]

After the election victory Clifford has intensely involved in the reorganization of Swiss Neutrality Party as the party president and has published on 18 December 2009 the latest changes in the new party newspaper - SNP News.[7]

After the first Congress mandate in Switzerland, Clifford run on 22 December 2009 in Deutschschweiz for Congress again and won a seat on 25 December 2009 by 7 votes.[8][9]

On 25 December 2009 the Swiss congressman Clifford was indicted by the Swiss congressman, resp. Minister of Foreign Affairs, resp. party president of the SLP, JNArno to the Swiss federal court. In the trial many witnesses and the Swiss congressman Clifford were questioned. After over 5 hours of court hearings, the Federal Court has acquitted Clifford.[10]

On 31 December 2009 Clifford proposed a law proposal in Swiss Congress, which enabled to close the theocratic embassy in Switzerland and forbidden Switzerland any collaboration with the Theocrats.[11] On 1 January 2009 the Swiss Congress has accepted the law with 9 to 3 votes.[12] The theocratic embassy, after the voting, inevitable was closed.

Clifford ran on 14 January 2010 for party president of Swiss Neutrality Party and won the election on 15 January 2010 with 24 votes [13]. The party president election was accompanied by an hostile PTO attempt by the Swiss Liberal Party and was successfully prevented.

After the second Congress mandate in Switzerland, Clifford run on 20 January 2010 in Deutschschweiz for Congress again.[14] But as the Swiss Neutrality Party had already communicated a few weeks earlier, Deutschschweiz was given to Spain on 24 January 2010, so the congressional elections in this region could not be performed.

For the resistance war in Graubunden, Clifford resigned as party president of the Swiss Neutrality Party on 12 February 2010 and fought on the side of the resistance.

On February 2010 ran Clifford for a third Congress mandate in Switzerland (Deutschschweiz) and won a seat on 26 February 2010 with 5 votes.[15]

On 14 March 2010 Clifford was elected to Federal Councillor and took over the Federal Department of Finance (FDF) and the Federal Department of Economic Affairs (FDEA). He was appointed by President of the Swiss Confederation Walther Rathenau.[16]

On March 2010 Clifford ran for a fourth Congress mandate in Switzerland (Deutschschweiz) and won a seat on 26 March 2010 with 4 votes.[17][18]

On 5 April 2010 Clifford was elected to Federal Councillor and took over the Federal Department of Finance (FDF) and the Federal Department of Economic Affairs (FDEA). He was appointed by President of the Swiss Confederation Arschmann. On 15 April 2010 Clifford retired from FDEA.[19]

On April 2010 Clifford ran for a fifth Congress mandate in Switzerland (Deutschschweiz) and won a seat on 26 April 2010 with 6 votes.[20]

On May 2010 Clifford ran for a sixth Congress mandate in Switzerland (Deutschschweiz) and won a seat on 26 May 2010 with 4 votes.[21]

On June 6 Clifford was elected as President of the Swiss Confederation with 181 votes and retired subsequently as Swiss Congressman.[22]

On July 6 Clifford was reelected as President of the Swiss Confederation with 241 votes and continued his second term successful. [23]

After two terms as President of the Swiss Confederation, Clifford was on August 6, 2010 elected as Federal Judge for the Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland by Swiss National Council with 6 votes.[24]

On August 16, 2010 Clifford Burns resign from the Swiss Neutrality Party and joined the Alti Eidgenossenschafts Partei which was founded by Phil Sid at the same day. Phil Sid nominated Clifford Burns as the new party strategist.[25]

Military Rank

  1. In the Latvia-Lithuania War of 18 September 2009, Clifford was in Samogitia promoted to Corporal.
  2. In the Latvia-Lithuania War of 29 September 2009, Clifford was in Samogitia promoted to Sergeant.
  3. In the Latvia-Lithuania War of 9 October 2009, Clifford was in Samogitia promoted to Lieutenant.
  4. In the Philippines-Malaysia War of 1 November 2009, Clifford was in Sabah promoted to Captain.
  5. In the United Kingdom-USA War of 27 November 2009, Clifford was in Maine promoted to Colonel.
  6. In the Aosta Valley-Switzerland War of 3 February 2010, Clifford was in Aosta Valley promoted to General.
  7. In the Hungary-Austria War of 19 June 2010, Clifford was in Burgenland promoted to Field Marshal.

References

  1. Theocrats open embassy in Switzerland
  2. No Theocrats!
  3. Burns in Congress for Deutschschweiz
  4. Swiss Congress elections in November 2009
  5. Elections for party president in December 2009
  6. Not Guilty
  7. The SNP
  8. Burns in Congress for Deutschschweiz
  9. Swiss Congress elections in December 2009
  10. Not Guilty
  11. Law Proposal: No Theocrats!
  12. Voting in Swiss Congress: No Theocrats!
  13. Elections for party president in January 2010
  14. Burns in Congress for Deutschschweiz
  15. Swiss Congress elections in February 2010
  16. Swiss Federal Councillors March 2010
  17. Burns in Congress for Deutschschweiz
  18. Swiss Congress elections in March 2010
  19. Swiss Federal Councillors April 2010
  20. Swiss Congress elections in April 2010
  21. Swiss Congress elections in May 2010
  22. President of the Swiss Confederation election in June 2010
  23. President of the Swiss Confederation election in July 2010
  24. Federal Judge: Clifford Burns
  25. AEP, meine Wahl