Majester

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Majester

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Society
Nationality Flag-Australia.jpg Australian
Date of birth 07 May 2009
(Day 534)
Date of death Summer 2015 (estimated)
Residence Tasmania
Sex Male
Politics
Senator of South Australia
2009-10-25 – 2009-12-24
Party president of Procreate and Populate Party
2009-12-15 – 2010-02-14
Preceded by Paul Hamon
Succeeded by Paul Hamon
President of Australia
August 2011 – October 2011
Preceded by H.Nelson
Succeeded by Timeoin
May 2012 – July 2012
Preceded by Arfman
Succeeded by Marcos Arolia
Military
Military rank Icon rank God of War***.png God of War***
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Background

Majester's mother died before he was born and his father has been squidging ever since. Originating in the outback of New South WalesIcon-Australia.png on Day 534, Majester hunted 'roo's as a youth with nothing but a boomerang and dynamite to feed his pack of sled-dingos. He has a healthy respect for zombie Koala Bears.

Early Life

Always a wondering fella, Majester finally found his place in the world with McLinkies who harness his knack for the low-quality food industry while spouting inspirational daily specials in haiku.

With great personal ambition, Majester has kept up his military training by flipping burgers higher than anyone else, to one day defend independent AustraliaIcon-Australia.png .

Adolescence

Ever concerned about rights, responsibilities, and freedoms, Majester wandered the globe seeking the good fight. He was there to aid South AfricaIcon-South Africa.png against IndonesiaIcon-Indonesia.png and then a combined Indo - Brazilian conquest. He tried his hand at economic sabotage in BrazilIcon-Brazil.png and IndonesiaIcon-Indonesia.png . He aided GreeceIcon-Greece.png against TurkeyIcon-Turkey.png . He helped liberate CanadaIcon-Canada.png and then the USAIcon-USA.png in their hour of need. He has learned not to tolerate bullies. He has learned not to always fight. He has learned that impossible doesn't mean what people think it does. He moved home to Western Australia for some peace only to find PEACE. He unsuccessfully tried to integrate into Indonesian society.

Adulthood

On September 06, 2009, Majester relocated to New South Wales, after receiving Australian citizenship [1] to visit his family home. Having discovered it was now a homely arms factory. He tried in vain to get involved in party politics but struggled to find a cause that made a real difference. After a lucrative stint in the travel industry as a dangerous baggage handler for GlobalUI he tired of earning wealth without purpose. He got serious. Heading for rural South Australia, he joined the Procreate and Populate Party in his bid to fight the good fight without lifting a weapon in anger. After all, one must stay in shape should you hear the call.

Golden Years

Got a comic - The New Adventures of Majester.

Campaign Platform

In his eternal quest to make a lasting difference, Majester released the following platform as the party manifesto for the Procreate and Populate Party, successfully helping the party gain 16 seats in the Senate elections in January 2010. That month he was also elected as Party president.

Why should anybody vote for Majester?

  • Majester is a stand-up guy who goes out of his way to help. He regularly helps save people from their own stupidity, because he's been there, done that, burnt the T-shirt.
  • Majester has thoroughly distrusted Indonesian politicians and their duplicity. He knows that they never give anything freely and only understand economic pressure.

Issues & Views

"Australia is an excellent country - that's why I returned here after many travels around the world. The wellness programmes are well thought out and the tax regime solid enough to support them. The country is very friendly to new and higher skilled players alike, but it lacks lustre to the mid-skilled. While not necessarily a critical issue, it remains an interesting challenge nonetheless to keep citizens in Australia and players in the game."

Population

"The total population of Australia is a pertinent issue. It impacts both defence and economics. Economically, the more citizens we have, the more active workers' businesses have to draw from. Companies and workers benefit from a fluid market that serves to increase wages and improve productivity. The more competitive our local market, the better Australian exporters are able to compete when they graduate. Australians win with an improved GDP immune from all but the worst ravages of international speculation."

Economics

"Australia needs to optimise what we are good at and open our markets for the raw materials we lack. We need to establish strategic ties so that our manufacturing industries want for nothing and are globally competitive. Every company must reach the point where it is actively exporting. We will achieve this by gradually lowering protection on our high resource industries, remove protection from medium or low resource industries to encourage legal imports, and increasing efficiency in our manufacturing industry by gradually making them competitive through lowered tariffs."

Security

"Our defence is our economic and political security. Ultimately, our defence is about numbers regardless of how well organized the military is. Citizens determine the size of the Wall and the appeal of trying to take Australia. If we are to be truly free from foreign domination we need new citizens and reliable allies. Sol is currently neutral but rapidly evolving into a defensive alliance. The Malaysian crisis brought us together and showed Australia has a leadership responsibility to help free the world. Our current position with Indonesia and the questionable NAP forces us to choose EDEN or choose destruction. Our relatively low population makes us just small enough to be tempting. We must incite a baby boom to grow our numbers and back this up with a program to rapidly skill and rank them up through aggressive interactive programs. Let's make it so that they don't even consider attacking Australia again."

Military

"Australia needs a program of a gun a day for babies until they are no longer privates. This will make our military formidable and help retain new citizens. We also need two training wars a day, one in which we order citizens to officially fight in. This is to help teach citizens to coordinate in times of crises, and can be turned into a fun interactive activity. The AAR needs armories they can volunteer labour to help build our stockpiles and allow them to more regularly receive supplies. By increasing the average rank in Australia, we are able to field a stronger army even though we do not have the population numbers of the larger countries. You must constantly prepare for war to ensure your freedom."

Hospitals

"Australia can only have a well-dispersed population and a good total defence if every state has a Q5 hospital. Hospitals determine where people live. Hospitals determine what we value. Hospitals show that the government cares. New hospitals can be creatively funded by more than taxes. Donations, state lotteries, and even Resistance War Hero Auctions all have a place. Hospitals in every state ensure true freedom of movement and opportunity. Hospitals in every state ensure that all Australians can participate in Training Wars. Hospitals in all states show that we care about the whole of Australia and all Australians."

Western Australia & Foreign Policy

"Western Australia is one of the two jewels of the new world in terms of resources. As a matter of national pride, it irks me that was lost. We must use all our ability to regain it and secure South Africa from Brazil. We can then turn towards Indonesia, and help liberate her colonies with the aid of Sol and EDEN.

If Western Australia is to be safe, my experience with Indonesia tells me they will lie and cheat every step of the way. They do not understand contracts and diplomacy. They need to feel our intent. If international trends are anything to judge by, the balance of power is set to transform dramatically within the next few months. While the world changes, all that remains constant is our will to win."

"I support PaPP because I love Australia. Australia is peaceful. Australia is business friendly. Australia takes care of its own. Let's keep it that way and build for a whole of Australia."

This campaign was certainly effective, catapulting the PaPP into being one of Australia's most important parties.

2011

In early August 2011, Majester expressed his interest in running for CP of Australia. He was successfully elected under the following campaign platform[2].

Domestic Policy I have jumped the gun a little and motivated for tax reforms to speed up the economy and to stimulate some revenue. Ironically, lowering taxes serves to increase consumption. The trick is establishing the right balance. The ANP's infin has started off the popular reforms. After the CP elections, I will ask Senate once more to evaluate the effects so that we can refine them further.'

Victoria "Relations between Australia and Indonesia are stable if not as amicable as we would like. Indonesia is blossoming like never before. Australia has shown our honour and good faith these last months. Surely this prosperous nation can now return Victoria to us? I believe this will bring us closer together in the name of a more stable, unified Oceania. Return Victoria home and build our relationship."

New Zealand "New Zealand has been troublesome. The relationship has been volatile despite our desire to bring our nations closer. While Tasmania may seem a surplus region, it has economic and political value to us. Australia recognise that economic gain may be more for New Zealand. I empathise with New Zealand struggling with few regions - Australia are there too. I believe that there is a way to come to a mutually beneficial arrangement. I believe that continued war is pointless; robbing us both of precious resources. My team will work on this with priority so that we can both grow and the ANZAC Nation can strengthen ties."

Foreign Relations "Australia has in my tenure as Minister of Defence in cooperation with Foreign Affairs worked tirelessly to improve our relations with allies and neighbours. This work will continue in an effort to build a region that is less hostile to Australia and which ultimately benefits all our allies. You need to sacrifice for the respect of friends. We have both given of ourselves and won many unlikely friends."

"Australia has suffered long since our repression. We are a cocoon forged in pain and darkness about to hatch into a bright new world."

Medals

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Freedom Fighter (x68)
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Hard Worker (x60)
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Congress Member (x24)
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Country President (x4)
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Media Mogul (x0)
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Battle Hero (x9)
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Sky Hero (x0)
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Campaign Hero (x0)
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Resistance Hero (x16)
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Super Soldier (x314)
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Society Builder (x0)
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Mercenary (x18)
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Top Fighter (x0)
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True Patriot (x25)
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Prestige Hunter (x0)
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Party President* (x8)
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EDEN soldier* (x2)
Australia