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Nationality Flag-Australia.jpg Australian
Date of birth April 16, 2008
Date of death January 2010
Residence New South Wales
Sex Male
Mayor of Belfast
21 July 2008 – 20 August 2008
Preceded by Nokturnal
Succeeded by PrimeMinister
Congress member of United Kingdom
2 September 2008 – 1 October 2008
Minister of Industry of Australia
24 November 2008 – March 2009
Succeeded by Scotywest
Congress member of Australia
25 December 2008 – 25 November 2009
Deputy Prime Minister of Australia
5 January 2009 – 5 February 2009
Party president of True Blue Party
15 March 2009 – 15 October 2009
Preceded by Founder of the party
Succeeded by TheBlackAdder
Deputy Prime Minister of Australia
5 July 2009 – 5 August 2009
Military rank Icon rank Commander***.png Commander***
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

corny-ratbag joined Erepublik on the 15th of April 2008.

He is the founder and owner of True Blue International and Press director of True Blue News. He was a strong supporter of Australian independence.


Throughout his Erepublik career, Corny-ratbag has earnt many achievements during V1 version of the game.

They include:

  • 6 Hard Worker Achievements
  • 11 Congress Members Achievements
  • 3 Battle Hero Achievement
  • 3 Super Soldier Achievements (during V1 version of the game)


Corny-ratbag was a long-term employee of True Blue Grain. In Version 1 he had a Manufacturing skill of 1.0, a Land skill of 9.62, and a Construction skill of 5.37, as of Day 730.

Corny-ratbag was earnt six Hard Worker achievement badges during his eRepublik life.


Corny-ratbag was one of the founding members of the True Blue Party. He has served as Party president in March 2009 (winning 10 votes, or 100%), April 2009 (34 votes, again, 100%), May 2009 (49 votes, 87.5% of the votes), June 2009 (64 votes, 87.67% of the total votes), July 2009 (35 votes, 100%), August 2009 (47 votes, 97.91% of the votes), and September 2009 (46 votes, 100%).

In Total, Corny-ratbag has been Party president of the True Blue Party on 8 separate occasions.


Corny Ratbag has been elected into senate on eleven different occasions.

The first of these was in December 2008, where he was elected as a representative of the Advance Australia Alliance to represent Victoria. He was the highest voted Senator in that region (with 6 votes), and was the third highest in Australia for that month.

In January of 2009, he again ran in Victoria, this time under the Australian Democratic Socialist Party. He received 3 votes, which was enough to see him reelected.

In February 2009, he again ran under the banned of the Australian Democratic Socialist Party, again in Victoria, and was successfully elected to Senate, with 10 votes. This was the 6th highest votes of any senators that month.

In March 2009, he ran for the first time under the banner of the True Blue Party, a party which he helped to found. He ran again in Victoria, and received 6 votes this month.

In April 2009, he ran in Victoria under the True Blue Party, and was successfully re-elected with 13 votes.

In May 2009, he decided to run in New South Wales. During this month, he received 20 votes.

In June 2009, he ran for New South Wales again. He received 31 votes this month, and that was second only to maclaren11 in total votes.

In July of 2009, in New South Wales he received 13 votes.

August 2009 saw him receive 27 votes for the True Blue Party in New South Wales. He was the third highest voted senator in Australia this month, and the highest True Blue Party candidate.

September 2009 saw him receive 24 votes for the True Blue Party in New South Wales. He received the fourth highest number of votes in Australia, and was the highest True Blue Party candidate in terms of votes.

October 2009 saw him receive 22 votes for the True Blue Party in New South Wales. he received the fourth highest number of votes in Australia, and was again the highest True Blue Party candidate in terms of votes.

This was to be the last time that Corny ran for the Australian Senate.


Corny-ratbag has also been in a number of different cabinet positions during his political career.

The first of these was in October 2008, when he was Australia's Minister of Industry as part of Australia's Government in Exile.

November of 2008 saw him continue this position, and he was again the Australian Minister of Industry as part of Australia's Government in Exile.

December 2008 saw him stay on as Australian Minister of Industry, this time under an official Australian government, as Prime Minister Zaney. Patti11 was the deputy Minister of Industry for this month.

January 2009 again saw Corny-Ratbag as Australian Minister of Industry, this time with Gercon Bonn as his deputy.

February of 2009 saw him for a forth time as Australian Minister of Industry, with Gercon Bonn as the deputy. On February 14, though, scotywest officially replaced corny-ratbag to due RL commitments making him unable to finish this month.

March of 2009 saw him again the Australian Minister of Industry, although on March 17, 2009 he became the Australian deputy Minister of Industry and scotywest was promoted to the Australian Minister of Industry.

April of 2009 saw him as Australia's Australian Co-Minister of Industry, alongside scotywest.

In May to June 2009, he was not part of any cabinet, however in July 2009, he was appointed as the Australian deputy Prime Minister, under Aussie Vegeta.


Corny-ratbag is one of the first 40 Icon Field Marshal.jpg Field Marshals of Australia.

Corny-ratbag was a long-time member of the Australian Commando Unit Koalas. Apart from being a wall [1], he earnt three Super Soldier achievement medals, and also three Battle hero medals.


Corny-Ratbag was the owner of True Blue International, which owns multiple businesses across a variety of countries. This was later renamed into the Drovers Association.


Corny-ratbag owns True Blue News, a newspaper which is used to distribute news about the True Blue Party. As of Day 730, this newspaper has 470 subscribers.

Departure from eRepublik

On January 4, 2010, Corny-ratbag announced that he would be leaving eRepublik.