Flando

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Flando

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Society
Nationality Flag-Netherlands.jpg Dutch
Date of birth Day 400
14th December 2008
Date of death Early 2016 (est)
Residence Western Netherlands
Politics
Party president of Gelijkheid Vrijheid Democratie
May 16, 2009 – June 15, 2009
Preceded by Party renamed
Succeeded by CreveRoeland
Minister of Foreign Affairs of United Netherlands
May 2009 – June 2009
Served under Deviltje
Succeeded by Luuklag
Secretary of Foreign Affairs of United Netherlands
December 2009 – January 2010
Served under Trinc
Preceded by Trinc
Succeeded by Yasupa
Minister of UNL Ministry of Media & Health
March 2010 – April 2010
Served under Mitch Rapp
Preceded by Thomas Fairfax
Succeeded by Tim Veltkamp
Party president of Iron & Wine
16 March 2010 – 15 April 2010
Preceded by Frerk
Succeeded by Luuklag
Co-Prime Minister of Netherlands
April 2010 – May 2010
Served under Mitch Rapp
Preceded by Deviltje
Succeeded by Andreas Isaksson
Party president of Iron & Wine
April 4, 2011 – May 15, 2011
Preceded by Garmr
Succeeded by MaartenW
Secretary of Home Affairs of Netherlands
May 2011 – June 2011
Served under NoTie112
Preceded by Daniel Parker
Minister of Home Affairs of Netherlands
December 2015 – January 2016
Served under odan
Preceded by ElGorro
Succeeded by Spir Tus
Congress member of United Netherlands
Congress member of Netherlands
Military
Military rank Icon rank Lt Colonel**.png Lt Colonel**
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Flando was a citizen of Netherlands, as well as United Netherlands.


Politics

Flando joined PGV when the United Netherlands merged, together with CreveRoeland he led to party, and even joined the government. Plans were made to merge Neerlands Hoop and Partij van Gezond Verstand. Flando joined NH, and won the party elections. He changed the name to Gelijkheid Vrijheid Democratie and was joined by the PGV members. After being party president for a month, he was struck by the other members' inactivity and resigned.

After that, he joined Iron & Wine and stayed there.

Summary of political achievements:

1 term as Prime Minister of the Netherlands.

2 terms as Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.

1 term as Minister of Media & Education of the Netherlands.

1 term as Minister of Home Affairs of the Netherlands.

2 terms as Secretary of State at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.

Founder of the United Netherlands Intelligence Agency (UNLIN).

5 terms as Head of UNLIN/Security Council for Immigration.

Co-founder of the European Social Alliance (ESA).

2 terms as Party president of Iron & Wine.

1 term as Party president of Gelijkheid Vrijheid Democratie.

3 terms as Chairman of Congress of the Dutch Congress.

1 term as Vice-Chairman of Congress of the Dutch Congress.

3 months as ambassador of the Netherlands/United Netherlands to the United Kingdom.

1 months as ambassador of the Netherlands/United Netherlands to Indonesia.

10 months as Congressman of the Netherlands/United Netherlands

Founder of the Dutch Intelligence & Ambassador Service (DIAS)

DIAS Director of Intelligence

Media

Flando's Dagblad is the newspaper owned and published by Flando.

Other Interesting Facts

Organizations known to be owned/founded by Flando

NL Org: The organisation that owned NL Weapons before Flando privatised it. Later, this organisation was used as a base for anti-Polish propaganda. The organisation and its newspaper De Geus were then linked to UNLIN, the Dutch Secret service ran by Flando. It was based in Polish occupied Germany, before moving to Spain.
UNL Congress: The official organisation of the eNL Congress. Started by Flando during his second term as the Chairman of Congress. The organisation owns the official Dutch Congress newpaper.
UNL Intelligence Network: The official Dutch secret service, founded and ran by Flando. From this organisation, agents and infiltrants received orders. UNLIN communicated through the UNLIN newspaper.

In March 2010, Flando was nominated for the eUNL Award - Politician of the Month (congress) as one of the 5 nominess. He didn't win the award.