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Nationalist Creeperian Catholic Royal Initiative and the Pro-Fatherland Front of Unification

Iniciativa Real Católica Creeperiano Nacionalista y la'Frente Pro-Patria de Unificación
AbbreviationIRCCN y la'FPPU
ChairmanAlexander II (SS)
SecretaryJosé Sáenz Morales (SR)
FoundersRomero II, Antonio Sáenz Heredia, Máximo Illescas Freixa, Carlos Hernández Videla
FoundedOctober 4, 1949; 71 years ago (1949-10-04)
Merger ofFCPC, FPPC, PC, PCN, PFA, PNS, PRC, CCDA
Headquarters33893 Calle Emperador San Romero I
San Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis
NewspaperNoticias de la'Iniciativa
Youth wingYoung Creeperans
Paramilitary wingNational Intelligence Directorate (de facto)
Membership (2019)Increase64,310,294
IdeologyRomerism Formerly:
Imperialism
Totalitarianism
Political positionFar-Right
ReligionCreeperian Catholicism
International affiliationInternational Patriotic League
Colors
  Creeperian Black
  Creeperian Gold
  White
SloganCon Dios Ganamos, Con San Romero Ganamos, Conel Fascismo Tenemos Justicia
AnthemMarcha de la'Iniciativa
Party flag
CRINflag.png
Website
www.lainiciativa.gov.sit
Coat of Arms of Creeperopolis.png
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Creeperopolis

The Nationalist Creeperian Catholic Royal Initiative and the Pro-Fatherland Front of Unification, (Creeperian Spanish: Iniciativa Real Católica Creeperiano Nacionalista y la'Frente Pro-Patria de Unificación) is the sole legal political party in the Holy Traditionalist Empire of Creeperopolis. The party, nicknamed the Initiative or the Creeperian Initiative, was founded in 1949 following the end of the Creeperian Civil War by the victorious Catholic Imperial Restoration Council. The party opposed the Creeperian Armed Forces' coup of the government of Emperor Alfonso VI in 2003. Following the coup and the rise Alexander II, party leadership was purged and was replaced with Alexander II loyalists.

The Initiative was founded on October 4, 1949, by Emperor Romero II following the end of the Creeperian Civil War. The party is a merger of the Creeperian Peoples' Catholic Front (FCPC), the National Conservative Party (PCN), the Catholic Royalist Party (PRC), the Salvadoran Nationalist Party (PNS), and the Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front (FPPC).

The Initiative holds every government position in Creeperopolis.

History

Background

Prior to the establishment of the Creeperian Initiative and the subsequent defunt Council of Mayors and Council of Senators, Creeperopolis was a multi-party democracy governed by a Parliament under a constitutional monarchy. Creeperopolis' head of state was the Emperor while its head of government was the Prime Minister, with the Prime Minister holding executive power. Politics was divided into two dominating political coalitions, the right-wing Creeperian Conservative Coalition and the left-wing People's Social Coalition. The two coalitions functioned as a de facto two party system from 1887 until 1933. The People's Social Coalition won majorities in the Parliament in the 1887, 1907, and 1927 elections, while the Creeperian Conservative Coalition won majorities in the Parliament in the 1892, 1897, 1902, 1912, 1917[lower-alpha 1], 1922, and 1932 elections.

Establishment

From January 2, 1933, to September 30, 1949, Creeperopolis was ravaged by the bloody Creeperian Civil War. The civil war killed upwards of 40 million people. The People's Social Coalition aligned itself with the far-left National Council for Peace and Order, known as the Miguelists, while the Creeperian Conservative Coalition aligned itself with the far-right Catholic Imperial Restoration Council, known as the Romerists. The Red and White Terrors killed millions of soldiers and civilians and undesired groups of people were violently attacked.

The Romerists ended the civil war as the victors with their final victory over the Miguelists at the Battle of the Zapatista River on September 30, 1949. On October 4, 1949, the Romerists abolished the Parliament of Creeperopolis and replaced it with the Council of Mayors, the de jure legislative body of Creeperopolis composed of 4,326 mayors from across Creeperopolis. Many political parties were banned by the Romerists on October 4, 1949. The parties which were banned were the National Liberal Party (PLN), the Creeperian Socialist Party (PSC), the Creeperian Social Communist Party (PCSC), the Creeperian Centrist Party (PCC), the Salvadoran Peoples' Party (PPS), the Senvarian Alliance (SSA), the Senvarian Emancipation Party (SEP), the Sonsatepanian Freedom Party (SVP), and the Workers' Party (PT).

The remaining four legal political parties, the National Conservative Party (PCN), the Catholic Royalist Party (PRC), the Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front (FPPC), and the Salvadoran Nationalist Party (PNS) could not agree how to proportionate themselves in the Council of Senators. The National Conservative Party wanted to have the parties have the same proportions they had in the Parliament in 1933, the Catholic Royalist Party wanted new elections so it could gain more influence, the Salvadoran Nationalist Party wanted the seats proportional in accordance to each department's populaiton, while the Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front wanted sole rule. Emperor Romero II proposed a compromise between the four political parties to all merge into one single political entity. The four political parties agreed to a merger. Romero II also convinced the Creeperian People's Catholic Front (FCPC) to join as well. On October 4, 1949, the five entities merged to form the Nationalist Creeperian Catholic Royal Initiative and the Pro-Fatherland Front of Unification (Iniciativa Real Católica Creeperiano Nacionalista y la'Frente Pro-Patria de Unificación), also known as the IRCCN y la'FPPU, the Creeperian Iniative, or simply the Initiative. Each component of the name correlated to one of the five mergers. "Nationalist" referenced the Salvadoran Nationalist Party, "Creeperian" referenced every party as all (except the Salvadoran Nationalist Party) were Creeperian, "Catholic" referenced both the Catholic Royalist Party and the Creeperian People's Catholic Front, "Royalist" referenced the Catholic Royalist Party, "Initiative" referenced the National Conservative Party since it saw itself as the leader of the group, "Pro-Fatherland Front" referenced the Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front, and "Unification" entailed that all five were unified. The newly formed political party turned Creeperopolis into a one party state and every single seat on the Council of Mayors was held by a member of the Creeperian Initiative.

On December 25, 1949, the kingdoms of Atlántida and Castilliano were annexed into Creeperopolis, doubling the size of the country. As a result, the political parties in the country were either banned or absorbed into the Creeperian Initiative.

Country Party Position Ideology Established date Extinction date and reason
Atlantida.jpeg Atlántida Communist Party of Atlántidan National Workers
Partido Comunista de Trabajadores Atlántidañeros Nacional
PACTAN
Far-Left Communism November 7, 1890 December 25, 1949
Banned
Conservative Party
Partido Conservador
PC
Center-Right Conservatism
Monarchism
February 13, 1534 December 25, 1949
Merged
Fascist Party of Atlántida
Partido Fascista de Atlántida
PFA
Far-Right Fascism
Monarchisma
November 19, 1922 December 25, 1949
Merged
Liberal Party
Partido Liberal
PL
Center-Left Liberalism
Democratic Socialisma
February 13, 1534 December 25, 1949
Banned
National Confederation of Labor
Confederación Nacional del Trabajo
CNT
Logo CNT.svg
Left-Wing to Far-Left Socialism
Democratic Socialism
Communisma
Syndicalisma
June 2, 1863 December 25, 1949
Banned
 Creeperopolis Creeperian Centrist Party
Partido Centro Creeperiano
PCC
Center-Left to Center-Right Centrism
Republicanism
Liberalisma
Conservatisma
December 1, 1887 October 4, 1949
Banned
Catholic Royalist Party
Partido Real Católico
PRC
Bandera FE JONS.svg
Right-Wing to Far-Right National Catholicism
Monarchism
Nationalism
Conservatism
National Conservatism
Social Conservatism
December 1, 1887 October 4, 1949
Merged
Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front
Frente Pro-Patria Creeperiano
FPPC
FPPC flag.jpeg
Far-Right Creeperian Fascism
Monarchisma
Nationalism
Corporatism
Anti-Communism
National Conservatism
Social Conservatism
November 9, 1921 October 4, 1949
Merged
Creeperian Social Communist Party
Partido Comunista Social Creeperiano
PCSC
Socialist red flag.svg
Far-Left Communism
Socialism
National Atheism
Internationalism
Abolitionism
March 17, 1888 October 4, 1949
Banned
Creeperian Socialist Party
Partido Socialista Creeperiano
PSC
Left-Wing to Far-Left Socialism
Secularization
Abolitionism
December 1, 1887 October 4, 1949
Banned
National Conservative Party
Partido Conservador Nacional
PCN
Center-Right to Right-Wing Conservatism
Monarchisma
December 1, 1887 October 4, 1949
Merged
National Liberal Party
Partido Liberal Nacional
PLN
Center-Left to Left-Wing Liberalism
Republicanism
Secularization
Abolitionisma
December 1, 1887 October 4, 1949
Banned
Catholic Royalist Party
Partido Real Católico
PRC
Bandera FE JONS.svg
Right-Wing National Catholicism
Monarchism
Nationalism
Conservatism
National Conservatism
Social Conservatism
December 1, 1887 October 4, 1949
Merged
Salvadoran Nationalist Party
Partido Nacionalista Salvadoreño
PNS
PNSflag.png
Right-Wing Salvadoran Nationalism
Conservatism
Pro-Creeperopolis
Authoritarianism
National Catholicism
Traditionalism
July 10, 1858 October 4, 1949
Merged
Salvadoran Peoples' Party
Partido del Pueblo Salvadoreño
PPS
Left-Wing Salvadoran Nationalism
Liberalism
Anti-Creeperopolis
Pro-Democracy
Separatism
Secularism
Democratic Socialism
July 10, 1858 July 6, 1935
Banned
a - minority tenant

Structure

Electoral History

El Salvador

Government History

Secretary of the Creeperian Initiative

Portrait Chief Mayor
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Chairman
(Term)
1 FOTOGRAFIA DE JOSE ANTONIO PRIMO DE RIVERA 2.jpg His Excellency
Antonio Sáenz Heredia

(1871–1957)
October 4
1949
June 1
1957
Romero II
PedroIIDeYugoslavia8e00867v.jpg
(1946–1976)
7 years and 241 days
2 Coat of Arms of Creeperopolis.png His Excellency
Antonio Sáenz García

(1907–1980)
June 1
1957
February 11
1980
22 years and 256 days Adolfo V
S.M el rey Don Juan Carlos.jpg
(1976–1987)
3 Coat of Arms of Creeperopolis.png His Excellency
Antonio Sáenz Flores

(1948–2004)
February 11
1980
October 16
1999
19 years and 248 days Romero III
Juan Carlos de Borbón, Prince of Spain.jpg
(1987–1999)
4 Salvador Allende Gossens-.jpg His Excellency
Rubén Franco Alcabú

(1954–2003)
October 16
1999
June 18
2003
Alfonso VI
Alfonso VI.jpg
(1999–2003)
3 years and 246 days
5 Coat of Arms of Creeperopolis.png His Excellency
Antonio Sáenz Flores

(1948–2004)
June 18
2003
April 2
2004
Alexander II
Alexander II of Creeperopolis.jpeg
(2003–)
290 days
6 José Sáenz Morales.jpg His Excellency
José Sáenz Morales

(1979–)
April 2
2004
Incumbent
16 years and 206 days

Emperor of Creeperopolis and the Creeperans

Portrait Emperor
(Birth–Death)
Reign
Duration in years and days
(1)
(10)
PedroIIDeYugoslavia8e00867v.jpg His Imperial Majesty Venerable
Romero II

Óscar Martínez Guerrero
(1930–1976)
July 6
1946
November 18
1976
1
(10)
Chief Mayor
(Term)
Máximo Illescas Freixa
62 Jorge Melendez.jpg
(1949–1965)
Armando Rodríguez Vera
Presidente Belaúnde Terry.jpg
(1965–1967)
Elías Mancebo Muñoz
Galo Plaza Lasso.jpg
(1967–1975)
30 years and 136 days Ignacio Barrios Prats
Pedro Aleixo.jpg
(1975–1976)
2
(11)
S.M el rey Don Juan Carlos.jpg His Imperial Majesty
Adolfo V

Alfonso Martínez Escobar
(1956–1987)
November 18
1976
February 28
1987
Benito Aparicio Capmany
Lleras Restrepo.jpg
(1976–1979)
10 years and 103 days Enrique Agramonte Leoz
Velascoi.jpg
(1979–1987)
3
(12)
Juan Carlos de Borbón, Prince of Spain.jpg His Imperial Majesty
Romero III

Carlos Martínez Escobar
(1956–1999)
February 28
1987
October 16
1999
Josué Manzanedo Seco
Lusinchi 89.JPG
(1987–1993)
Pedro Espiga Ordóñez
(Rodrigo Borja) Felipe González junto al presidente de Ecuador. Pool Moncloa. 12 de septiembre de 1989 (cropped).jpeg
(1993–1997)
12 years and 231 days Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez
Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez.jpg
(1997–1999)
4
(13)
Alfonso VI.jpg His Imperial Majesty
Alfonso VI

Romero Martínez Escobar
(1956–2003)
October 16
1999
June 18
2003
Rubén Franco Alcabú
Salvador Allende Gossens-.jpg
(1999–2003)
3 years and 246 days
5
(14)
Alexander II of Creeperopolis.jpeg His Imperial Majesty
Alexander II

Romero Adolfo Martínez Hernández
(1983–)
June 18
2003
Incumbent Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez
Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez.jpg
(2003–2020)
Chief Senator
(Term)
Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez
Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez.jpg
(2020–2020)
Vacant
(2020–2020)
17 years and 129 days

Chief Mayor of the Council of Mayors

Portrait Chief Mayor
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Party Government Monarch
(Reign)
1 62 Jorge Melendez.jpg His Excellency
Máximo Illescas Freixa

(1887–1965)
October 4
1949
March 30
1965
Creeperian Initiative 1. Illescas Freixa I Romero II
PedroIIDeYugoslavia8e00867v.jpg
(1946–1976)
15 years and 178 days
2 Presidente Belaúnde Terry.jpg His Excellency
Armando Rodríguez Vera

(1899–1967)
March 30
1965
January 2
1967
Creeperian Initiative 2. Rodríguez Vera I
1 year and 279 days
3 Galo Plaza Lasso.jpg His Excellency
Elías Mancebo Muñoz

(1904–1975)
January 2
1967
September 13
1975
Creeperian Initiative 3. Mancebo Muñoz I
8 years and 255 days
4 Pedro Aleixo.jpg His Excellency
Ignacio Barrios Prats

(1911–1979)
September 13
1975
November 18
1976
Creeperian Initiative 4. Barrios Prats I
1 year and 67 days
5 Lleras Restrepo.jpg His Excellency
Benito Aparicio Capmany

(1912–1979)
November 18
1976
December 23
1979
Creeperian Initiative 5. Aparicio Capmany I Adolfo V
S.M el rey Don Juan Carlos.jpg
(1976–1987)
3 years and 36 days
6 Velascoi.jpg His Excellency
Enrique Agramonte Leoz

(1932–2002)
December 23
1979
February 28
1987
Creeperian Initiative 6. Agramonte Leoz I
7 years and 68 days
7 Lusinchi 89.JPG His Excellency
Josué Manzanedo Seco

(1928–1993)
February 28
1987
July 7
1993
Creeperian Initiative 7. Manzanedo Seco I Romero III
Juan Carlos de Borbón, Prince of Spain.jpg
(1987–1999)
6 years and 128 days
8 (Rodrigo Borja) Felipe González junto al presidente de Ecuador. Pool Moncloa. 12 de septiembre de 1989 (cropped).jpeg His Excellency
Pedro Espiga Ordóñez

(1933–1997)
July 5
1993
February 5
1997
Creeperian Initiative 8. Espiga Ordóñez I
3 years and 216 days
9 Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez.jpg His Excellency
Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez

(1946–2020)
February 5
1997
October 16
1999
Creeperian Initiative 9. Gutiérrez Sánchez I
2 years and 254 days
10 Salvador Allende Gossens-.jpg His Excellency
Rubén Franco Alcabú

(1954–2003)
October 16
1999
June 18
2003
Creeperian Initiative 10. Franco Alcabú I Alfonso VI
Alfonso VI.jpg
(1999–2003)
3 years and 246 days
11 Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez.jpg His Excellency
Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez

(1946–2020)
June 18
2003
January 18
2020
Creeperian Initiative 11. Gutiérrez Sánchez II Alexander II
Alexander II of Creeperopolis.jpeg
(2003–)
16 years and 215 days

Chief Senator of the Council of Senators

Portrait Chief Senator
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Party Government Monarch
(Reign)
1 Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez.jpg His Excellency
Martín Gutiérrez Sánchez

(1946–2020)
January 18
2020
February 9
2020
Creeperian Initiative 1. Gutiérrez Sánchez I Alexander II
Alexander II of Creeperopolis.jpeg
(2003–)

President of El Salvador

Portrait President
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Party Government Vice President
(Term)
1
(11)
Rodolfo Cordon.jpg His Excellency
Eusebio Cordón Cea

(1899–1976)
January 1
1970
January 1
1975
1969 Creeperian Initiative 15. Cordón Cea I Francisco José Guerrero
Oscar Osorio.jpg
(1970–1975)
5 years and 1 day
2
(12)
Oscar Osorio.jpg His Excellency
Francisco José Guerrero

(1912–1976)
January 1
1975
June 3
1976
1974 Creeperian Initiative 16. José Guerrero I Salvador Ramírez Siliezar
Enrique Peralta Azurdia (cropped).jpg
(1975–1976)
1 year and 155 days
- Coronel Arturo Molina.png His Excellency
Armando Molina Barraza

(1927–2016)
Acting President
June 4
1976
October 19
1977
- Creeperian Initiative 18. Molina Barraza I Rafael Videla Redondo
Jorge Rafael Videla 1976.PNG
(1976–1977)
1 year and 138 days
3
(13)
Emrelsal.jpg His Excellency
Enrique Mayorga Rivas

(1921–2000)
October 19
1977
January 1
1980
- Creeperian Initiative 19. Mayorga Rivas I Fidel Sánchez Hernández
José Napoleón Duarte 1987c.jpg
(1977–1980)
2 years and 75 days
4
(14)
José Napoleón Duarte 1987c.jpg His Excellency
Fidel Sánchez Hernández

(1917–2003)
January 1
1980
January 1
1985
1979 Creeperian Initiative 20. Sánchez Hernández I Guillermo Cuestas Hernández
Julio César Méndez Montenegro (1968).jpg
(1980–1985)
5 years and 1 day
5
(15)
Humberto Romero 1977.jpg His Excellency
Romero Magaña Borja

(1924–2017)
January 1
1985
January 1
1990
1984 Creeperian Initiative 21. Magaña Borja I Ernesto Astacio Mena
Marco Vinicio Cerezo Arévalo DN-SN-86-05174 (cropped).JPEG
(1985–1990)
5 years and 1 day
6
(16)
José Napoleón Duarte 1987c.jpg His Excellency
Fidel Sánchez Hernández

(1917–2003)
January 1
1990
January 1
1995
1989 Creeperian Initiative 22. Sánchez Hernández II Guillermo Cuestas Hernández
Julio César Méndez Montenegro (1968).jpg
(1990–1995)
5 years and 1 day
7
(17)
Alfredo Cristiani.jpg His Excellency
Félix Cristiani Burkard

(1947–2003)
January 1
1995
January 1
2000
1994 Creeperian Initiative 23. Cristiani Burkard I Francisco Merino López
León Carpio 1993 (cropped).jpg
(1995–2000)
5 years and 1 day
8
(18)
Antonio Saca.png His Excellency
Armando Calderón Sol

(1948–)
January 1
2000
January 1
2005
1999 Creeperian Initiative 24. Calderón Sol I Adán Tamayo Navarro
Mauricio Funes (Brasilia, May 2008).jpg
(2000–2005)
5 years and 1 day
9
(19)
Mauricio Funes (Brasilia, May 2008).jpg His Excellency
Adán Tamayo Navarro

(1950–2020)
January 1
2005
January 1
2010
2004 Creeperian Initiative 25. Tamayo Navarro I Manuel Arboleda Guillén
Cadena 12 (34186610605) cropped.jpg
(2005–2010)
5 years and 1 day
10
(20)
Cadena 12 (34186610605) cropped.jpg His Excellency
Manuel Arboleda Guillén

(1958–)
January 1
2010
January 1
2015
2009 Creeperian Initiative 26. Arboleda Guillén I Armando Calderón Sol
Antonio Saca.png
(2010–2015)
5 years and 1 day
11
(21)
Antonio Saca.png His Excellency
Armando Calderón Sol

(1948–)
January 1
2015
January 1
2020
2014 Creeperian Initiative 27. Calderón Sol II Adán Tamayo Navarro
Mauricio Funes (Brasilia, May 2008).jpg
(2010–2015)
5 years and 1 day
12
(22)
Mauricio Funes (Brasilia, May 2008).jpg His Excellency
Adán Tamayo Navarro

(1950–2020)
January 1
2020
January 16
2020
2019 Creeperian Initiative 28. Tamayo Navarro II Alexander Giammattei Falla
Alejandro Giammattei 2019 (cropped).jpg
(2020–2020)
16 days
13
(23)
Alejandro Giammattei 2019 (cropped).jpg His Excellency
Alexander Giammattei Falla

(1956–)
January 16
2020
Incumbent - Creeperian Initiative 29. Giammattei Falla I Manuel Arboleda Guillén
Cadena 12 (34186610605) cropped.jpg
(2020–)
283 days

Music

Marcha de la'Iniciativa

Creeperian Spanish Translation
¡Iniciativa Real Católica Creeperiano Nacionalista!
¡Iniciativa Real Católica Creeperiano Nacionalista!
¡La’Frente Pro-Patria de Unificación!
“Devajo Dios yel Emperador” cantaremos con orgullo.
Somos la’Iniciativa de la’Patria, ¡De Creeperopólis!
Somos la’Iniciativa de la’Patria, ¡De Creeperopólis!
Cuando en la’amada Patria Creeperianos ganaron,
Los’Creeperianos surgieron diciendo así:
¡Patria Sí! ¡Comunismo No!
¡Patria Sí! ¡Comunismo No!
“Devajo Dios yel Emperador” cantaremos con orgullo.
Somos la’Iniciativa de la’Patria, ¡De Creeperopólis!
Somos la’Iniciativa de la’Patria, ¡De Creeperopólis!
La’Patria será la’tumba donde los’Rojos terminarán.
¡Saludemos a la’Patria, nuestro Creeperopólis!
¡Viva Dios!
Nationalist Creeperian Catholic Royal Initiative!
Nationalist Creeperian Catholic Royal Initiative!
The Pro-Fatherland Front of Unification!
“Under God and the Emperor” we shall yell with pride.
We are the Initiative of the Fatherland, Creeperopolis!
We are the Initiative of the Fatherland, Creeperopolis!
When in the loved Fatherland, [the] Creeperans won,
The Creeperans arose saying:
Fatherland yes! Communism no!
Fatherland yes! Communism no!
“Under God and the Emperor” we shall yell with pride.
We are the Initiative of the Fatherland, Creeperopolis!
We are the Initiative of the Fatherland, Creeperopolis
The Fatherland will be the tomb where the Reds will end.
Let us greet the Fatherland, our Creeperopolis!
Long live God

Cara'l Sol

Creeperian Spanish Translation
Cara'l Sol con la'camisa nueva,
Que bos bordaste en rojo ayer,
Me hallará la'muerte si me lleva,
Y no te vuelvo a ver.
Formaré junto a los'compañeros,
Que hacen guardia sobre los'luceros,
Impasible'l ademán, y están,
Presentes en nuestro afán.
Site dicen que caí,
Me fui'l puesto que tengo allí.
Volverán banderas victoriosas,
Al paso alegre de la'paz,
Y traerán prendidas cinco rosas:
Las'flechas de mi haz.
Volverá a reír la'primavera,
Que por'cielo, tierra, y mar se espera.
Arriba, escuadras a vencer,
¡Quen la'Patria empieza a amanecer!
[Facing] the Sun with the new shirt,
Which you covered in red [blood] yesterday,
Death will find me if it takes me,
And [I] won't see [you] again.
[I will] form together with the companions,
Who stand guard over the stars,
Their gesture is impassable, and [they] are,
Present in out eagerness.
If they [tell] you that [I] fell,
I went to the post [I] have there.
[They will] return [with] victorious banners,
At the joyous pace of peace,
And [they] bring five roses:
The arrows of my beam.
The spring will laugh again,
For by sky, land, and sea awaits.
Upwards, squadrons to victory,
¡For in the Fatherland dawn begins!

Canción de la'Sigma

Creeperian Spanish Translation
PRIMERA ESTROFA
De la'playas de la'Patria,
Yase ve del norte'l sur,
Bolando tan alto y grande,
Nuestra bandera negra.
Bandera negra que buela,
Sus ideas son la'verdad,
Que firme expandan a todo,
¡Nuestra Patria Creeperiano!
¡Camaradas lleno con'el fé!
¡Despiertan sus guerreros hoy!
¡A luchar por'la causa santo!
¡Un Creeperopólis Fascista!
¡Camaradas lleno con'el fé!
¡Despiertan sus guerreros hoy!
¡A luchar por'la causa santo!
¡Un Creeperopólis Fascista!

SEGUNDA ESTROFA

Nuestra causa tiene glória,
De ideas victoriosas.
Escribimos en história,
Nuestra valor, tan ardiente.
¡Movimiento singular!
Que expanda del norte'l sur,
Y que quiere a modelar,
¡Una Patria que's tan fuerte!
¡Camaradas lleno con'el fé!
¡Despiertan sus guerreros hoy!
¡A luchar por'la causa santo!
¡Un Creeperopólis Fascista!
¡Camaradas lleno con'el fé!
¡Despiertan sus guerreros hoy!
¡A luchar por'la causa santo!
¡Un Creeperopólis Fascista!

TERCERA ESTROFA

Contra todos los'paganos,
Y muslamos Deltinianos,
Que blasfeman contra a Dios,
Exploitando a nuestra gente.
Gente simple que confian,
Los'mentidos del izquierda,
Luchamos por'noche y día,
¡Los'soldados comunistas!
¡Camaradas lleno con'el fé!
¡Despiertan sus guerreros hoy!
¡A luchar por'la causa santo!
¡Un Creeperopólis Fascista!
FIRST VERSE
From the beaches of the Fatherland,
[It] can now be seen from north to south,
Flying highly and grandly,
Our black banner.
Black banner which flies,
Your ideas are the truth,
Which firmly expands to all,
Our Creeperian Fatherland!
Comrades filled with the faith!
Awaken your [inner] warriors today!
To fight for the holy cause!
A Fascist Creeperopolis!
Comrades filled with the faith!
Awaken your [inner] warriors today!
To fight for the holy cause!
A Fascist Creeperopolis!

SECOND VERSE

Our cause has glory,
Of victorious ideas.
[We] will write in history,
Our burning valor.
Unique movement!
Which expands from north to south,
and which wants to create,
A strong Fatherland!
Comrades filled with the faith!
Awaken your [inner] warriors today!
To fight for the holy cause!
A Fascist Creeperopolis!
Comrades filled with the faith!
Awaken your [inner] warriors today!
To fight for the holy cause!
A Fascist Creeperopolis!

THIRD VERSE

[Fighting] against the pagans,
And Deltinian Muslims,
Who blasphemize against God,
[And] exploit our people.
Simple people who trust,
The lies of the left,
We fight by night and day,
The communist soldiers!
Comrades filled with the faith!
Awaken your [inner] warriors today!
To fight for the holy cause!
A Fascist Creeperopolis!

Ultramontano

Creeperian Spanish Translation
Ultramontano corre alegre'l combate,
Contra'l enemigo de la'Fé y del Altar.
Toma su espada con valor y coraje,
¡Dios te ayudará!
¿Que importa siel enemigo es fuerte?
¡Si luchas por la'verdad!
La'Virgen del combate,
¡Pronto, pronto los'aplastará!
Fija sus ojos en'el Cielo, soldado,
Donde verás la'Cruz truinfante brillar.
Ella será su recompensa por'siempre.
¡Vamos a luchar!
¿Que importa siel enemigo es fuerte?
¡Si luchas por la'verdad!
La'Virgen del combate,
¡Pronto, pronto los'aplastará!
Anticristianos sean formado en batalla,
Desde sus filas se oye ya blasfemar;
Nuestra Señora 'stá siendo difamada.
¡Vamos a luchar!
¿Que importa siel enemigo es fuerte?
¡Si luchas por la'verdad!
La'Virgen del combate,
¡Pronto, pronto los'aplastará!
Arma su alma fiel Apóstol de Cristo,
No temas nunca su sangre derramar,
Dios te lo'pide por'amor a las'almas.
¡Vamos a luchar!
¿Que importa siel enemigo es fuerte?
¡Si luchas por la'verdad!
La'Virgen del combate,
¡Pronto, pronto los'aplastará!
"¡Contra'l enemigo!" han levantamos las'fuerzas,
Los'estandartes de la'Revolución.
Vajo la'Misa juntaremos nuestras almas.
¡Por la'Tradición!
¿Que importa siel enemigo es fuerte?
¡Si luchas por la'verdad!
La'Virgen del combate,
¡Pronto, pronto los'aplastará!
Nuestra Señora nos dará la'victoria,
Y enemigos, sus blasfemias callar;
Santa María por'amor a su Hijo,
¡Vamos a luchar!
¿Que importa siel enemigo es fuerte?
¡Si luchas por la'verdad!
La'Virgen del combate,
¡Pronto, pronto los'aplastará!
¿Que importa siel enemigo es fuerte?
¡Si luchas por la'verdad!
La'Virgen del combate,
¡Pronto, pronto los'aplastará!
Ultramontanism runs happy into combat
Against the enemy of the Faith and the Altar.
Take your sword with valor and courage,
God will help [you]!
What does it matter if the enemy is strong?
If [you] fight for the truth!
The Virgin [of the war],
Soon, soon [she] will crush them!
Fix your eyes [on Heaven], soldier,
Where [you] will see the triumphant Cross shine.
She will forever be your reward.
[We] are [going] to fight!
What does it matter if the enemy is strong?
If [you] fight for the truth!
The Virgin [of the war],
Soon, soon [she] will crush them!
Anti-[Catholics] have formed in battle,
[In] their ranks [you] can hear blasphemy;
Our Lady is being slandered.
[We] are [going] to fight!
What does it matter if the enemy is strong?
If [you] fight for the truth!
The Virgin [of the war],
Soon, soon [she] will crush them!
Arm your soul loyal Apostle of Christ,
Do not [ever] fear your blood [being] spiled,
God asks it [of you] for the love of souls.
[We] are [going] to fight!
What does it matter if the enemy is strong?
If [you] fight for the truth!
The Virgin [of the war],
Soon, soon [she] will crush them!
"Against the enemy!" [we have] risen [our] forces,
The standards of the Revolution.
Under the Mass [we] gather our souls.
For the Tradition!
What does it matter if the enemy is strong?
If [you] fight for the truth!
The Virgin [of the war],
Soon, soon [she] will crush them!
Our Lady will give us [victory],
And enemies, their blasphemies [will silence];
Saint Mary for love to your Son,
[We] are [going] to fight!
What does it matter if the enemy is strong?
If [you] fight for the truth!
The Virgin [of the war],
Soon, soon [she] will crush them!
What does it matter if the enemy is strong?
If [you] fight for the truth!
The Virgin [of the war],
Soon, soon [she] will crush them!

See Also

Notes

  1. Despite Inhué Ordóñez Yepes from the People's Social Coalition becoming Prime Minister in the 1917 Creeperian general election, the Creeperian Conservative Coalition retained a 53-47 majority in the Parliament. In the Second Parliament of Creeperopolis, the winner of the largest party became Prime Minister.