Martin Webb

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Martin Webb

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Unknown Person.jpg
Nationality Flag-Australia.jpg Australian
National rank 451
Date of birth 23.12.2008 - Day 399
Residence Western Australia
Sex Male
Political party Australian National Party
Senator of Victoria
September 26, 2009 – October 25, 2009
Senator of Queensland
November 26, 2009 – December 25, 2009
Military rank Icon rank General.png General
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Martin Webb is a former Australian Politician who is currently residing in the United Kingdom to fight in the war taking place there. He is also previously a party president of The North Korean Workers Party, a former Far-Left Political Party in North Korea


Martin Webb is former employed by Taylor Grain, a Q1 Grain company in the United Kingdom.

Martin is currently employed by FOX Diamonds,90+ Wellness, a Diamonds company.

Martin Webb has earnt two Hard Worker achievements during his eLifetime.

Employment Statistics:

Icon skill manufacturing.gifManufacturing: 7.58
Icon skill land.gifLand: 4.62
File:Icon skill constructions.gifConstruction: 1.25


Martin Webb has currently reached the military rank of Colonel, and has a Icon skill strength.gifStrength of 15.55 as of day 869. This has earnt Martin Webb three Super Soldier achievements.


Martin Webb has been successfully elected to the Australian Senate on two separate occasions, both times as a member of the Australian National Party. The first of these was in Victoria on September 25, when he recieved 9 votes. The second occasion was on November 25, when he recieved 8 votes in the Queensland Elections.

In February 2010, Martin Webb unsuccessfully ran for congress in South Australia, recieving 3 votes.


Martin Webb owns the newspaper Black Sun Times as of day 869 it has 11 subscriptions.