Kingdom of Mindanao and Sulu

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Kingdom of Mindanao and Sulu
Kaharian ng Mindanao at Sulu
Royal Shield of the Kingdom of Mindanao and Sulu (2009–2010).png
Coat of arms
Royal Flag of the Kingdom of Mindanao and Sulu (2009–2010).png
Flag
Formation 17 April 2009
Abolition 11 February 2010
First monarch Prince Terence I
Last monarch Prince Terence II

The Kingdom of Mindanao and Sulu (Filipino: Kaharian ng Mindanao at Sulu) was a constitutional monarchy in the Philippines.

History

Prince Terrence I era

After a two-day national referendum in the Philippine National Forum, Minister of Internal Affairs Swagger McSwag proclaimed Prince Terence I as Paduka Mahasari Maulana al Sultan (His Excellency, His Majesty, Protector and Sultan) of Mindanao and Sulu.[1] Prince Terence I formally addressed the public two weeks later when he announced the adopted members of his royal family, the formation of the Royal Pintados (Royal Warriors), and the conferment of knighthood to Filipinos with valuable contributions to Mindanao and Sulu.[2]

Prince Terence II era

Prince Terence I passed away on 12 September 2009 after receiving a permanent ban, and Prince Terence II was proclaimed as the new Paduka Mahasari Maulana al Sultan of Mindanao and Sulu. On 8 February 2010, EZEX Lacroa, second adopted son of Prince Terence I, contested the legitimacy of Prince Terence II and asserted that Prince Terence I's first adopted son Swagger McSwag was the rightful monarch.[3] Communist rebels, led by Comrade Joe, took advantage of the turmoil in the royal family by starting a civil war in Mindanao.[4] Swagger McSwag relinquished any claim to the throne two days later,[5] but the insurgency had already spread throughout the region with supporters in major Philippine cities.[6][7] The civil war ended on 11 February 2010 with the Fall of Butuan City. A peace treaty was signed between the government and the rebels, and the Autonomous Region of the People's Mindanao replaced the Kingdom of Mindanao and Sulu.[8]

Members

Monarch

Portrait Name Reign Titles Arms
Citizen1312815.jpg His Royal Highness
Prince Terence I
17 April 2009 – 12 September 2009
(4 months and 26 days)
Paduka Mahasari Maulana al Sultan of Mindanao and Sulu Royal Shield of the Kingdom of Mindanao and Sulu (2009–2010).png
Citizen1901608.jpg His Royal Highness
Prince Terence II
12 September 2009 – 11 February 2010
(4 months and 30 days)
Paduka Mahasari Maulana al Sultan of Mindanao and Sulu Royal Shield of the Kingdom of Mindanao and Sulu (2009–2010).png

Royal family

Portrait Name Title
Citizen1383835.jpg ElyzzaCarell Queen of Mindanao and Sulu
Reyna ng Mindanao at Sulu
Citizen1362373.jpg Swagger McSwag First Prince of Mindanao and Sulu
Unang Prinsipe ng Mindanao at Sulu
Citizen1218585.jpg EZEX Lacroa Second Prince of Mindanao and Sulu
Ikalawang Prinsipe ng Mindanao at Sulu
Citizen1350886.jpg apinyaku Third Prince of Mindanao and Sulu
Ikatlong Prinsipe ng Mindanao at Sulu
Citizen1415472.jpg Mr. Dimagiba 2.0 Fourth Prince of Mindanao and Sulu
Ikaapat Prinsipe ng Mindanao at Sulu
Citizen1314900.jpg Kameha_Joy First Princess of Mindanao and Sulu
Unang Prinsesa ng Mindanao at Sulu

Knights of Mindanao and Sulu

Male tattoo
Female tattoo

The Knights of Mindanao and Sulu were Filipino citizens who were conferred knighthood by Prince Terence I for their valuable contributions to Mindanao and Sulu. Members of the Knights of Mindanao and Sulu had tattoos which served as knighthood medals.

References

  1. It's Official: Terence is King. The eRepublik Outsider. Published 17 April 2009.
  2. The Royal Announcements. The Philippine Times. Published 1 May 2009.
  3. Who is the Lawful Heir of Mindanao? VEDA Terminal. Published 8 February 2010.
  4. Kingdom of Mindanao, No More?! The People's Review. Published 8 February 2010.
  5. Long Live the King of Mindanao. The eRepublik Outsider. Published 10 February 2010.
  6. Insurgency in Mindanao Spreads! The People's Review. Published 9 February 2010.
  7. Coup d' etat in Fort Bagong Pag-Asa! Peacetalks Starts! The People's Review. Published 10 February 2010.
  8. Mindanao Civil War Ends! Peacetalks Succesful! ARPM declared! The People's Review. Published 11 February 2010.