Alexander, Prince of Extremadura

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In this Creeperian name, the first or paternal surname is Martínez de Hernández and the second or maternal family name is Santos de Tzul.
Alexander
Prince of Extremadura
Alexander, Prince of Extremadura, in 2022.
Alexander, Prince of Extremadura, in 2022.
51st Prince of Extremadura
Reign18 June 2003 – present
PredecessorAlexander II
EmperorAlexander II
Born (2001-02-06) 6 February 2001 (age 21)
Full name
Alexander Augusto Santiago de la'Santa Trinidad de San Alfonso y San Miguel y San Romero Martínez de Hernández y Santos de Tzul
HouseHouse of Martínez – Pelayo
FatherAlexander II of Creeperopolis
MotherEmpress Consort Alexandra
ReligionCreeperian Catholicism
SignatureAlexander's signature

Alexander Augusto Santiago de la'Santa Trinidad de San Alfonso y San Miguel y San Romero Martínez de Hernández y Santos de Tzul[note 1] (born 6 February 2001) is a Creeperian royal who is the heir apparent to the throne of Creeperopolis as the eldest son of Emperor Alexander II and Empress Consort Alexandra.

He bears the titles of Prince of Extremadura, Grand Prince of El Salvador, and Captain General of the State of the Church. After he graduated from the San Salvador Imperial Military Academy in September 2022, he was also bestowed the honorary military rank of Field Marshal by his father. If he ascends to the throne, he would bear the name Alexander III, and would be the first non-violent father-to-son transition since 1976, when Romero II was succeeded by his son, Adolfo V.

Prince Alexander is a fourth cousin once-removed of Augusto Cabañeras Alonzo, the expected successor of Creeperian Minister of Defense Augusto Cabañeras Gutiérrez. He has associated himself with Prince Antelmo, the heir apparent of the throne of Andaluzia, and Prince Carlo, the heir apparent of the throne of Salisford, and the three are known for competing in auto races against each other, some of which have been considered to be illegal street races.

A staunch monarchist, Prince Alexander has voiced his opposition to the democratization of the country and opposes various progressive ideals, such as the legalization of same-sex marriage, access to abortion, and the decriminalization of recreational drug usage. He has expressed anti-communist ideals and has heavily criticized many leftist political figures, making him a controversial figure outside of Creeperopolis. He identifies as a Romerist.

Early life

Alexander Augusto de San Alfonso y San Miguel y San Romero Martínez de Hernández y Santos de Tzul was born on 6 February 2001 in the San Salvador Imperial Palace in San Salvador, the capital city of the San Salvador department and Creeperopolis. His father is Emperor Alexander II and his mother is Empress Consort Alexandra Santos Tzul. He is Alexander II's eldest son, and the eldest of three children.

When he was two years old, he inherited the title of Prince of Extremadura from his father, as he became Emperor of Creeperopolis following the 18 June 2003 Creeperian coup d'état. His inheritance of the title of Prince of Extremadura made him the heir apparent to the throne of Creeperopolis. He became a member of the Creeperian Initiative, the country's sole-legal political party, on his eighteenth birthday.

Education

In 2019, Prince Alexander began attending the San Salvador Imperial Military Academy to study military history and military tactics, as is tradition for all male members of the Creeperian royal family. During his time at the military academy, he observed military exercises and operations within the departments of the San Carlos Islands (2019), Zapatista (2020), San Juan (2021), and Castilliano (2022). While in the San Carlos Islands on 5 May 2019, a car bomb was detonated at the Juan Palafox Mendoza Air Force Base shortly after his departure. The government concluded that the bombing, which injured seven people, was committed by the Kapahu Alana Revolutionary Movement (MRKA) in an attempt to assassinate the Prince.

The Prince participated in each 18 June Liberation Parade and 15 September National Unity Parade from 2019 through 2022. He graduated on 15 September 2022 and was bestowed the honorary rank of Field Marshal by his father during that year's 15 September parade. He was also awarded the grand collar grade of the Imperial Cross of San Romero the Martyr, the highest imperial honor which can be bestowed upon anyone who is not the monarch.[1]

Personal life

Political views

Prince Alexander has stated that he is a Romerist. He labels himself as a Creeperian and Catholic nationalist, an anti-communist and anti-atheist, a National Catholic, an absolute monarchist, and a social conservative. He also identifies as a devout Creeperian Catholic and states he attend church services every Sunday. He strongly opposes access to abortion, the legalization of same-sex marriage and unions, the decriminalization of recreational drug usage, the democratization of the country, and the separation of church and state. Foreign critics have also labeled him as a fascist, a homophobe, and an aspiring totalitarian despot.

He has stated that he has been influenced by the political ideologies of Emperors Romero I and Adolfo III, Prime Minister Antonio Sáenz Heredia, and Minister of Defense Adolfo Cabañeras Moreno. Additionally, he has condemned figures such as Miguel VII, Joel Lacasa Campos, and Mariano Alcocer Fraga as "subhumans" and "degenerates", and has said similar remarks about various leftist politicians. Such attacks against leftist political figures has led to many foreign leftist activist groups to call upon their national governments to sanction Prince Alexander and to ban him from entering their countries on moral grounds.

The Prince has stated that capital punishment should be used more frequently in Creeperopolis, the country with the most executions per year in the world. He strongly opposes TCN Resolution 010 as a "violation of the sovereign right of the Creeperian Fatherland to serve justice". Additionally, he has stated that he "does not believe" in human rights, and that they should not be offered to the Creeperian population. He added, "[human] rights are a liberal and leftist concept, and leftism has no place in Creeperopolis, thus human rights have no place in Creeperopolis".

Family

Prince Alexander is very well connected to the various branches of the Creeperian government. As the son of Alexander II, he is the heir apparent to the Creeperian throne. Additionally, through his paternal grandmother, he is a distant descendant of Miguel Sáenz Orbaneja, making him a fourth cousin once-removed of both Augusto Cabañeras Alonzo, the expected successor of Creeperian Minister of Defense Augusto Cabañeras Gutiérrez, and Antonio Sáenz Encarnación, the expected successor of Creeperian Initiative Secretary José Sáenz Morales. He is the eldest of three children, with his younger siblings being Adolfo, Prince of La'Victoria, and Princess María.

Sports

Prince Alexander is a fan of auto racing, and has stated that is a fan of Corona Extra Racing. He is known to have raced against Prince Antelmo, the heir apparent of the throne of Andaluzia, and Prince Carlo, the heir apparent of the throne of Salisford at various raceways in Andaluzia, Creeperopolis, and Salisford. Additionally, the three princes have also been involved in various illegal street races,[1] which has caused some controversies and criticism of the legal status of the ruling monarchies of the three countries.

While at the San Salvador Imperial Military Academy, he played football for the academy's football program—the Soldados Militares—as a midfielder. He scored eleven goals during his football career with the Soldados Militares. Within the Liga Imperial, Creeperopolis' top level of domestic football, he is a fan of CF San Salvador. He was named the honorary president of CF San Salvador on 4 July 2020 due to his strong support of the club.

Wealth

Prince Alexander is estimated to have a net worth of approximately ₡76 billion colóns, or ₵9.5 billion credits, making him one of the wealthiest individuals in Creeperopolis and the second wealthiest royal after his father. He has been accused of gaining most of his wealth through embezzlement and money laundering, accusations which he has denied. He states that he has accumulated his wealth through investments in the National Coffee and Sugar Corporation (CORNACA).

Titles, styles, and honors

Titles and styles

Royal styles of
Alexander, Prince of Extremadura
Coat of arms of Alexander, Prince of Extremadura
Reference styleHis Imperial Highness
Spoken styleYour Imperial Highness
Alternative styleSir

Prince Alexander's complete title is:

"By the Grace of the Lord, our God, Alexander Augusto Santiago de la'Santa Trinidad de San Alfonso y San Miguel y San Romero Martínez de Hernández y Santos de Tzul, Prince of Extremadura, Grand Prince of El Salvador, Captain General of the State of the Church."

Honors

Domestic honors

 Creeperopolis

Foreign national honors

 El Salvador

 New Gandor

 Quebecshire

 Reia

 Salisford

 State of the Church

Foreign dynastic honors

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Ancestry

See also

Creeperopolis portal
Terraconserva portal

Notes

  1. Creeperian: Ալեխանդեր Ափգփստո Սանտիագո դե լա'Սանտա Տրինիդադ դե Սան Ալֆոնսո յ Սան Միգuել յ Սան Րոմերո Մարտձնեզ դե Հերնընդեզ յ Սանտոս դե Տզփլ.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Franco Rodríguez, Carlos Jorge (15 September 2022). "Եվենտոս դել Պարադա դել 15 դե Սեպտիեմբրե դե լա'Uնիդադ Նածիոնալ դե 2022" [Events of the 15 September National Unity Parade of 2022]. gacetacreeperiano.org.cr (in Creeperian Spanish). San Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis: Gaceta Creeperiano. p. 1. Retrieved 15 September 2022.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)

External links

Alexander, Prince of Extremadura
Cadet branch of the House of Martínez
Born: 6 February 2001
Creeperian royalty
Preceded by
Alexander II
Prince of Extremadura
2003 – present
Incumbent
Lines of succession
First
Heir apparent
Succession to the
Creeperian throne
Succeeded by
Prince Adolfo
Sporting positions
New title Honorary President of
CF San Salvador

2020 – present
Incumbent