Human rights in Creeperopolis

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Human rights in Creeperopolis (Creeperian SpanishIberic: Derechos humanos en Creeperopólis; Creeperian Spanish – Creeperian: Ճերեճոս հփմանոս եn Ծրեեպերոպօլիս) are a topic of serious concern and are considered to be one of, if not, the worst in the world, often being used to compare the human rights statuses of Lyoa, Rakeo, and Sequoyah. Several nations have previously condemned the human rights record of Creeperopolis and several resolutions within the Terraconserva Council of Nations have been presented regarding human rights in the country. The Creeperian government enforces Levitical law which has caused several international organizations to denounce the government as violating basic human rights.

Foreign organizations have stated that there is virtually no freedom of speech or the press in the country, despite being legally protected by the Constitution. The only legal media providers are those approved by the Creeperian government which show "blind loyalty" and support of the government, such as the Gaceta Creeperiano and Noticias de la'Iniciativa. The only media outlet considered to not be "blindly loyal" and supportive the government is the Quebecshirite-owned Poste du Port headquartered in Puerto Francisco, which itself is considered to be the most developed place in Creeperopolis. Some groups have stated that Puerto Francisco is the only place in the entire country where human rights are actually enforced. According to Human Rights Terraconserva, there are around 175,000 prisoners incarcerated in prison camps across the country for political reasons and that they are subject to forced labor, torture, experimentation, and execution.

Foreigners of certain nationalities, specifically those from Greater Sacramento, Malgax, Sequoyah, and Terranihil, are strictly monitored by the Creeperian government as they have been considered "high-risk lawbreakers," likely for political, racial, and religious reasons. Natives of Creeperopolis have not reported many instances of human rights violations, either because the government does not mistreat its civilians that "fall in line" or because they are afraid of the consequences for speaking out against the government's actions. The most notable critic of the government which has documented the country's human rights violations is Orlando Hernández Alvarado, a journalist who founded the El Faro newspaper who lives in exile in Barreiganca, Greater Sacramento. He currently has a warrant for his arrest, has been charged with treason, and has been sentenced to death in absentia. The government maintains its position that criticism of its human rights record is a pretext for overthrowing the imperial government.

The Terraconserva Council of Nations has failed to pass any resolutions that condemned or actively investigated human rights violations and abuses in Creeperopolis since its inception in 1952. The most recent attempts to condemn Creeperopolis were Terraconserva Council of Nations Resolutions 002 and 004 in 2019 and 2020, respectively, but Quebecshire, a strong ally of Creeperopolis, vetoed both resolutions.[1][2] Terraconserva Council of Nations Resolution 006 officially launched an investigation into Creeperopolis' human rights record in 2020, but the Creeperian government refused to comply with the resolution and it was eventually repealed by Terraconserva Council of Nations Resolution 009 later that same year.[3][4]

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History of human rights in Creeperopolis

Formation of the notion of human rights

The Sohaq Massacre of 1248
Miguel I's Reign of Terror
Torture of Islander Natives
The Honduran Genocide

Human rights as a concept in Creeperopolis began to formulate during the First Parliamentary Era from 1565 to 1771. Prior to the establishment of the Parliament following the Surian Revolutions of 1565, the notion of human rights effectively did not exist as actions which would be classified as atrocities in the present were widespread and considered normal. Events like the Battle of Xichūtepa, Creeperian Crusade, Siege of Almadinat Almuqadasa, and Honduran Genocide witnessed massive death tolls, most of which were committed intentionally as acts of genocide and ethnocide. Even in the Captaincy General of the San Carlos Islands, atrocities were committed against Native populations during the period known as "The Enslavement" from 1392 until 1477.

Such atrocities were not punished, and at times, even encouraged, to instill intimidation in any opponents of the kingdom to prevent attacks or uprisings. Such attacks and uprising were not always intimidated into now occurring, however, as several revolts occurred in southern Creeperopolis and in the San Carlos Island colony against their rule, particularly for their brutality and the atrocities they committed. Such uprisings and revolts lead to even greater and worse atrocities, which lead to more revolts, which spiraled into a cycle of revolts and massacres. Notable rebellions that were the result of atrocities, which lead to more atrocities, include the Deltinian War, the Great Revolt of Esclaveta, and the Creeperian Peasants' War.

Massacres continued throughout the rule of Miguel V. Many of Creeperopolis' most infamous massacres occurred during his reign either as a part of the Twenty Years' War, such as the Panchague Massacre, or through the Honduran Genocide. During the Honduran Genocide, approximately 1.2 million ethnic Hondurans were killed. The genocide is considered one of "most successful" genocides, as very few people are descendants of the Hondurans that once were the majority population of the department of San Miguel where the Kingdom of Honduras existed from 1289 until 1360.

When the First Parliament was established on 8 March 1565, one of the priorities of the Liberal Party was the establishment of laws regarding what they called "crimes against the natural state of man," later to be known as crimes against humanity, and put those accused of committing such crimes on trial. The Conservative Party, however, did not want to rush to introduce such laws as they believed it would upend the structure of the Creeperian Armed Forces as many of its high ranking officials were implicated in committing various atrocities during the reign of Miguel V. Under the Prime Ministership of Alfonso Moreno Salinas, the Conservatives blocked all attempts by the Liberal leader Álvaro Pinto Aparicio to pass such legislation. The Conservative Prime Ministers that succeeded Moreno Salinas, Bernardo Funes Luque, Camilo Funes Luque, and Samuel Molina Tassis, also prevented Pinto Aparicio and the Liberals from passing legislation.

Emmanuel Sánchez Andino is sometimes called the "Father of Creeperian Human Rights."

The Liberals won fifty-one seats in the general election of 1600, the first time the Liberal Party won an outright majority in the Parliament. Pinto Aparicio's successor as party leader, Emmanuel Sánchez Andino, was sworn in as Prime Minister on 8 March 1600 and immediately introduced a bill to establish fundamental basic human rights in Creeperopolis. The bill, Recognition of the Fundamental and Basic Rights of All Men in Creeperopolis, passed with a final vote of 50–49–1. Former Prime Minister Molina Tassis openly criticized the bill and stated that it set a dangerous precedent that would haunt Creeperopolis for the rest of time.

On 10 March 1600, the law established by the bill went into effect. Officially called the Law of Basic Rights, what is now commonly referred to as the Sánchez Andino Laws was a series of laws that made several practices illegal and enforced guidelines and regulations to prevent such practices. Among the practices made illegal was capital punishment, but the Supreme Court struck down that specific law as it was deemed unconstitutional. Other practices, however, were made illegal without any intervention from the Supreme Court, such as using child labor, unpaid labor, forced labor, physically injuring uncooperative workers, extrajudicial killings of ethnic and religious minorities, among other practices that were normal at the time.

The Committee for the Protection of the Rights of All Men of Creeperopolis was established on 17 April 1600. Its purpose was to oversee enforcement of the laws that were placed into effect and to monitor for any violations of the laws by preforming any activities that had been made illegal. The Court of the Rights of All Men of Creeperopolis was established on 1 May 1600 by the committee to put those accused of committing human rights violations on trial. The court was deemed unconstitutional by the Supreme Court on 3 May 1600, but Sánchez Andino appealed the case. Although there was no legal way to challenge the Supreme Court's decision of something being unconstitutional, Sánchez Andino managed to convince the members of the court that he was legally able to do so. On 1 June 1600, the Supreme Court heard arguments from the Liberals, in support of the court, and the Conservatives, in opposition of the court. In the landmark case Committee for the Protection of the Rights of All Men of Creeperopolis and Court of the Rights of All Men of Creeperopolis v. Supreme Court of Creeperopolis, the Supreme Court ruled 8–5 that the court was in fact constitutional as it did not supersede the Supreme Court and was on the same level as lower departmental courts.

Pelayo Águilarez Suñer was the first ever Creeperian tried and executed for crimes against humanity.

On 2 May 1600, Pelayo Águilarez Suñer, a retired military officer of the Creeperian Army, was arrested and charged with several crimes against ethnic and religious minorities he had ordered during his service. Águilarez Suñer was 80, having served as an officer in the Army from 1537 to 1582. He was specifically charged with ordering his soldiers to burn the homes of Deltinians, rape their women, castrate their men, and mutilate their children as a part of the First Great Persecution of Deltinian Islam which had been occurring since the Decree of La'Victoria made in 1326 during the Creeperian Crusade. He was put on trial on 1 June 1600 and found guilty of all four charges. He was sentenced to death by hanging and the execution was carried out on 15 July 1600. Conservatives condemned the court's decision, calling it hypocritical as the five judges on the court were all supporters of Sánchez Andino who had previously attempted to abolish capital punishment.

In 1602, Sánchez Andino and Chancellor Isidora Fontes of Greater Sacramento met in Sacramento to discuss the formation of an international human rights organization. The International Organization of God-Given Rights was established as the first international human rights organization on 18 November 1602. The organization still exists today and is known as the International Organization of Human Rights. The primary goal of the organization was to further the human of member nations. Creeperopolis' neighboring nations, the Kingdoms of Atlántida, Castilliano, and Senvar joined in 1605, 1636, and 1731, respectively.[note 1][note 2][note 3]

Orlando Moreno Hidalgo is considered the greatest advocator of human rights in Creeperian history.

Orlando Moreno Hidalgo became Prime Minister of Creeperopolis on 8 March 1725 following the retirement of Salvador Cerén Collazo. The Liberals won seventy-five seats in the general election of 1725, the largest majority by a single party in a multiparty system in Creeperian history. He is considered to be the greatest advocator of human rights in Creeperian history, famously pleading with a court to spare the life of a man who murdered his father in 1710 over a payment dispute. During his Prime Ministership, Moreno Hidalgo established a secular marriage, legalized homosexuality, abolished capital punishment, allowed women to vote, and implemented taxes on the Catholic Church. He was later criticized by Conservatives for executing King Carlos III in 1729 despite having already abolished the death penalty and was also criticized by Liberals for not legalizing same sex marriage.

In 1744, Moreno Hidalgo wrote a letter to Francisco López Yagüe, his subordinate and later successor as Prime Minister, stating:

I have done many things for the people of the country. I have given them freedom to marry outside of the Church. I have given them the ability to love whomever they wish. I have saved them from the penalty of death. I have allowed the women to be able to vote for their representatives in government. I have done many things for the people, yet many of them still wish to oppose me and my government. Enough people still vote for our party to keep us in office so I can still improve the lives of the people, but I don't know how much longer this trend can continue; there aren't many more things I can give the people to keep them happy and content with my governance.

— Prime Minister Orlando Moreno Hidalgo, 28 February 1744

Moreno Hidalgo later committed suicide by hanging himself in his own home on 1 November 1749, one day before a vote of no confidence would have been voted on due to a massive political scancal in what has since been historically known as the Guazatancillo Affair. Despite this controversy that was despised and opposed by both Conservatives and Liberals alike, the Liberals continued to champion Moreno Hidalgo as a forward thinker and a champion of human rights in not only Creeperopolis, but also across all Sur, as Creeperopolis was considered to be the most stable and most comfortable democracy on the continent at the time.

Following the death of Moreno Hidalgo, the status of human rights in Creeperopolis began to slip. The Liberals were defeated by the Conservatives in the general election of 1750 for the first time since 1690. Salvador Funes Tafalla, who had been a fierce rival to Moreno Hidalgo during his Prime Ministership, undid many of Moreno Hidalgo's reforms, outlawing homosexuality, placing tax exemptions on the Catholic Church, and reinstating the death penalty. Liberals were growing concerned with Funes Tafalla's Prime Ministership and feared that he would undo more and more reforms, but the Liberals regained the Prime Ministership in 1765. López Yagüe died unexpectedly in office in 1766 before many reforms were reinstated, and he was succeeded by Fernando Moreno Juderías, a son of Moreno Hidalgo. During his Prime Ministership, he was only able to legalize homosexuality for a second time, failing to reinstate taxes on the Church and prohibit the death penalty. The Liberals won the general election of 1770, but on 4 July 1771, King Manuel III staged a self coup and had the Creeperian Imperial Guard storm the Parliament and had everyone arrested. All the Conservatives were set free, but all the Liberals, including Moreno Juderías, were executed by firing squad inside the building. Manuel III overthrew the Parliament and returned the monarchy to absolutism.

Status of human rights during the restoration of the absolute monarchy

Following the abolition of the Parliament, Manuel III had all future elections cancelled, effectively erasing the legacy of the Parliament and democracy in Creeperopolis. Both the Conservative and Liberal parties were dissolved and parliamentary districts were abolished. Several former Conservative politicians and representatives were given positions in Manuel III's government, and their political ideologies heavily influenced Manuel III's reign. On 12 October 1771, Creeperopolis announced its departure from the International Organization of Human Rights stating that "human rights are not a universal thing" and that the notion of human rights is a trick of Baphomet, a demon who Creeperans mistakenly, but often intentionally, associate with the Islamic Prophet Muhammad.

Manuel III died on 12 November 1783 and his death began a succession crisis which began the War of the Creeperian Succession, sought between the armies of Salvador III and Manuel IV, both of whom claimed to be the rightful successor. Both sides executed their prisoners for sedition against their respective monarch. Salvador III was killed in the Battle of Denshire on 6 July 1790, ending the war and solidifying Manuel IV's claim on the throne.

Human rights in the Second Parliamentary Era and the civil war

Current status of human rights

Enforcement of Levitical law

The Creeperian government enforces several laws which are derived from the Book of Leviticus of the Creeperian Catholic Bible. The Book of Leviticus is the third book of the Creeperian Catholic Bible and is composed of various laws and rituals and practices that God ordered Moses and His people to follow. Despite the authorship of the book being unknown and heavily debated, the Creeperian government upholds that the Book of Leviticus was written by Moses himself and that he was instructed directly by God on what to write down for humanity to follow and obey.

The Book of Leviticus contains 243 laws and each one is somehow built into the Creeperian legal system. Other laws implemented in the Creeperian legal system include laws from the Books of Genesis, Exodus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, as well as the Ten Commandments and the teachings of Jesús Cristo, the founder of Christianity and also traditionally the founder of the Creeperian Catholic Church.

Freedom of speech and the press

Political freedom

Historical situation

One-party system

Anti-communism

The Massacre of the Seven Thousand of 5 April 1957 was one of the largest anti-communist mass killings in Creeperian history and effectively ended partisan resistance.

Anti-Communism (Anticomunismo) is an enforced policy in Creeperopolis. Creeperian anti-communism is an ideology and a political movement against communism, as a theory and more specifically as it presented itself during the Second Parliament of Creeperopolis. Organized anti-communism developed during the Creeperian Civil War with rise of the National Council for Peace and Order and the events of the De-Catholization. Anti-communism was one of the core elements of Romerism and the Catholic Imperial Restoration Council.

The first organization which was specifically dedicated to opposing communism was the Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front which fought in the Creeperian Civil War with its Camisas Negras paramilitary starting in 1933 against the Creeperian Social Communist Party and its Atheist Red Army paramilitary. The Romerist movement was militarily supported by several allied foreign governments which represented the first instance of Anti-Communism as a government policy in Creeperopolis. The Romerists defeated the Miguelists and Creeperopolis was stabilized in 1949. Following the civil war, the Creeperian Initiative was established with Anti-Communism as one of its core ideologies.

The Creeperian Government continues to impose anti-communist policies. Diplomatic relations with Morova were officially severed in 1949 as a result. Morovan Supreme Leader Fyodor Ivanovich visited Creeperopolis in September 2019 following the arrest of a Morovan man who possessed a pro-atheist and communist pamphlet, marking the first and only time Creeperian and Morovan state leaders ever met.[note 4]

The Third Senvarian Insurgency against the separatist Senvarian Liberation Front (SKBF) and the Castillianan Insurgency against the separatist Military Front for National Liberation (FMLN) were seen as armed anti-communist struggles in Creeperopolis. A death squad, the Militarist Nationalist Front (FRENAMI), targeted Senvarians and communists since its establishment in 1940 by Adolfo Rivera López during the civil war. FRENAMI sees vigilante justice as the only way to cleanse Creeperopolis of communism. There are allegations that FRENAMI may be funded or operated by the Creeperian government, which denies the claims.

Authoritarianism

Treatment of prisoners

Crime in Creeperopolis and judicial system

A Poste du Port article about a police shootout in Puerto Francisco on 16 May 2016.

Organized crime in Creeperopolis is a serious problem. Efforts to deal with this phenomenon have been insufficient due to criminal resistance, ineffective government policies, and rampant government corruption. There are an estimated 250,000 gang members at large in Creeperopolis; another 350,000 are in prison. The best-known gang, called maras in colloquial Creeperian Spanish, is Mara Salvatrucha. Maras are one of the most despised groups in Creeperopolis, with government forces, rebel forces, and the civilian population being nominally opposed to mara power and influence.

The national murder rate of Creeperopolis was 23.12 murders per 100,000 people in the year 2019. That year, 123,021 people were murdered.[note 5] In other parts of the country, the murder rate is lower, such as in the north and east, but in other parts, such as the south and west, the murder rate is generally higher. The murder rate in Creeperopolis is the highest in the world, with the second highest national murder rate in 2019 being Terranihil which only had a rate of 2.61 murders per 100,000 people or 1,407 total murders. The second highest count in 2019 was Malgax which recorded 3,789 murders for a murder rate of 1.83 murders per 100,000 people.

A handcuffed member of Amadio.

Gangs contribute to the generally high levels of social violence in Creeperopolis. They engage in various serious criminal acts which terrorize and paralyze society. Homicide and extortion are the most publicized crimes. There are different forms of violence constructed in Creeperopolis such as political, gender, and structural violence. Women and children have been particular targets of violence, torture, and abuse.

Creeperian young men decide to join a gang for several reasons. Sometimes this is understood as a choice, but other motivations include feeling neglected and abandoned by family or feeling they don't belong anywhere except where violence occurs. Experts argue that general risk factors associated with gang membership include: poverty, family disintegration or separation, neglect, violent domestic environments, unemployment, scarcity of educational and developmental opportunities, and family membership in gangs. The presence of one or more of these factors may compel an adolescent or child to turn to gangs in hope of finding a familial environment, social status, and economic opportunities. These young people are often unable to find respect or validation in other forms, such as within families, community, work, or schools, and turn to violence to gain respect on the streets. Some of these young people grew up as the children of war survivors and experienced gang involvement there.

The prevalence of gangs has allowed the Creeperian murder rate to consistently remain high. During the violent Creeperian Civil War, children joined the fighting for many reasons; some were kidnapped and forced into the armies, some others joined for the economic benefits while the country struggled through high rates of poverty. Family members had been killed or had fled the country, leaving the children alone with few other options other than joining the war effort. Even those who were not soldiers witnessed the brutal violence. Exposure to these traumatic events and the dislocation of families caused damaging psychological side effects from these traumatic exposures. Many of these children grew up and began to form the first Creeperian criminal gangs in the late-1940s and 1950s.

A Mara Salvatrucha gang member with tattoo of the gang name on his back.

Gang members are "jumped in," an initiation process through which they have to prove their loyalty by committing criminal acts such as murder, theft, or violence. This can also involve being beaten by several other gang members at once, and female recruits often must choose between engaging in sexual acts with a large number of members, or be beaten. Youth gangs are a major source of concern for Creeperian society. Though gangs are primarily male-dominated, young women in Creeperopolis are also involved. Being initiated into the gangs for young women often involves group beatings, like it does for males, but can also involve sexual assault by several of the male gang members.

The Creeperian government has a zero tolerance policy on gang membership, a strategy that has been implemented as a result of the Mara War. The strategy calls for "the immediate imprisonment of a gang member simply for having gang-related tattoos or flashing gang signs in public," and sometimes the outright execution of gang members. Since the conclusion of the Creeperian Civil War in 1949, several death squads have actively targeted criminal gangs. The extrajudicial violence and murders committed by the death squads generally go ignored by the Creeperian government.

In 1949, the Creeperian government established the Creeperian National Military Tribunal to serve as the highest court of the nation, replacing the High Court of Creeperopolis which was established during the Second Parliamentary Era. The military tribunal was established to try those involved in the De-Catholization of the Creeperian Civil War. Following the trials, the military tribunal remained in existence and was effectively moved from military control to civilian control, now being composed of the eight Ministers of Creeperopolis and the Grand Prince of Creeperopolis.[note 6]

Police brutality and violence

The Creeperian National Police (PNC), the national police force of Creeperopolis, has been accused of frequently violating basic human rights and being responsible for violence in the country. The Ministry of Law Enforcement, which administers the Creeperian National Police, denies such accusations as "anti-Creeperian and pro-Mara propaganda," blaming all the violence on Creeperian criminal gangs and rebel groups. The Ministry of Law Enforcement also administers the Salvadoran National Police (PNS) in El Salvador and the National Police of the Papal State (PNEP) in the State of the Church, both of which are met with similar accusations.

Militarized Creeperian National Police officers in San Pedro in 2013.

The Creeperian National Police is known to use torture as a means of interrogation of suspects and has frequently been ordered to execute people immediately after an arrest. Several events involving the Creeperian National Police have become infamous across the country, including the 2001 and 2011 Alturas El Burro shootouts, Operation Pupuseria, and the 2016 Puerto Francisco shootout.[5] Each incident resulted in several deaths.[5]

The Creeperian National Police has been significantly been militarized since the 1980s, making them nearly indistinguishable from the regular Army. A significant reason for such militarization is the militarization of the criminal gangs of Creeperopolis which have gained access to many automatic weapons which were a byproduct of the Creeperian Civil War. The illegal drug trade has also motivated criminal gangs to militarize to defend their trade from the police and other criminal gangs to the point that gangs effectively function as paramilitary forces.

The most infamous instance of police brutality in Creeperopolis was the events that transpired during and after the Battle of Tuxtla Martínez-Panachor from 3 May to 16 May 1988.[6] Several thousand prisoners, mostly members of Mara Salvatrucha, began a prison riot and attempted to escape the facility at the Tuxtla Martínez-Panachor Maximum Correctional Facility.[6] During the escape attempt, the prison's guards, which were technically solely Army soldiers but labelled as being under the joint jurisdiction of the Ministries of Defense and Law Enforcement, fired live ammunition at the rioting and escaping prisoners.[6] During the riot and prison escape, which is commonly called a battle, 553 people were killed.[6] Following the pacification of the prison, 2,481 prisoners were executed for their role in the riot and a six month lockdown was implemented.[6] News of the event went mostly suppressed until its declassification in a 2004 National Intelligence Directorate document.[6]

Use of torture

The Creeperian government approves of the use of torture in interrogation and as a form of punishment prior to execution.

The Tuxtla Martínez-Panachor Maximum Correctional Facility is notorious for its poor human rights record, especially since it is a prison camp that houses Creeperopolis' worst criminals. Torture is reported to commonly occur at the prison and it has been confirmed on several occasions. In Creeperopolis, pedophilia and any crime against a child are punished by death, and all of the country's convicted pedophiles and those who committed crimes against children are sent to the Tuxtla Martínez-Panachor Maximum Correctional Facility. During an interview with the Gaceta Creeperiano in 2012, Brigadier Onésimo Ledesma Soriano, the Director of the prison, described the process such an individual goes through in the prison.

(Question: It is known that all pedophiles are sent to TMP after they are arrested and pedophilia is a capital crime according to the Constitution. What exactly happens to them when they are sent to TMP?)

We have the pedophile sent here late at night, around midnight. When the subhuman arrives, it is a subhuman because it officially loses personhood when it commits the act, we send it to a dark room under the administration block and it is left in darkness and nothingness, hands and feet tied up, no food and no water, to mess with its mental state, for about two hours. After the two hours, we come in and dimly light the room. If it's asleep, we whip it until it wakes up, but if it's awake, we whip it anyway to let it know we're here. After that, we begin, around, 30 minutes of waterboarding, informing it that this is the tamest of the punishments it will endure for its crime.

Next, since the poor thing hasn't had anything to eat all day and must be starving, we give it its first meal of the day, but first we need to acquire the meal. The thing is stripped and forcibly castrated. Our preferred method is a slow slicing from the bottom up with a rusty machete to ensure it suffers as much as possible for the crime it committed with its reproductive system, not before crushing and stomping on it of course; it doesn't deserve to have a reproductive system anymore. So now, we have its dinner. We feed it to it since it's still tied up. If it refuses to eat up after 10 minutes, we cut off one finger. Another ten minutes, another finger, and repeat. After we are out of fingers, we move to toes. If it still refuses to eat, we blend its meal and add feces and urine from the prisoners to the blend and forcibly make it drink up. However, if it does eat, we cut off the fingers and toes quickly instead of slowly as a reward for being cooperative. Now that dinner is over, the thing has been fed and can never commit such an abomination ever again.

Next, we leave the thing alone until 6am when we take a roll call of the prison. We announce to the prisoners their new guest and inform the population of its crime, and we let it into the prison population. If it dies, it dies, oh well. Even Mara Salvatrucha despises these subhumans. You may say that it is escaping our justice, but the maras are in here for a reason. When the kill these things, the killings are brutal and torturous. I remember several times seeing these things skinned and even sometimes decapitated. Like, they have no access to anything sharp, so I'm genuinely impressed the gangs manage to decapitate these things. Perhaps they use their shoelaces to good effect, who knows. Sometimes they even let it survive, knowing that it will endure more pain if we torture it. Anyway, if it survives until noon rolecall, it is removed from the population and returns to the dark room. It is again tied up and stripped and we slowly pull its arms and legs apart, while at the same time dropping burning coal onto its body to induce severe burns while continuing to whip it. As part of our mental torture, we let spiders and cockroaches and ants crawl all over it. Don't worry, none are venomous. We don't want the subhuman to escape from a bite to die of poison; it needs to suffer. When the joints in its arms and legs are broken, we begin to slowly skin its feet and work up until the knees. At the same time, we take sledgehammers and work away at breaking its femurs. Then we pull out teeth and wax off any hair left on its body.

Next, its skinless feet are put on a grill to burn and we cut off the ears and nose. If it survives all of that, and believe me, unfortunate souls have survived that torment, we bring it to the prison yard during yard time at around 4pm and announce to the prisoners that the subhuman survived and will be executed in the yard. It is perhaps the only time prisoners and guards are side by side in agreement that justice is being served. We nail it to an upside down cross and set it on fire. Sometimes its broken joints give way and it falls to the ground, sometimes its joints don't give way and it stays there. Either way, it burns alive and it is then up to God to decide if it has truly repented for its crime and will regain its personhood or if it will be eternally damned. I have overseen over 5,000 such executions. I do not regret a single one.

— Onésimo Ledesma Soriano, 2012

The response from Ledesma Soriano was approved by the Creeperian government. The government notes that a notable decrease in arrests of pedophiles was reported in the following 2 years, possibly as a fear of what would happen to them for the crime they would have been convicted of.

The Creeperian government has been confirmed to have used the following methods of torture:

  • Beatings
  • Boiling
  • Bone breaking
  • Burning
  • Castration
  • Choking
  • Dismemberment
  • Electric shock
  • Flaying
  • Food deprivation
  • Gang rape
  • Genital mutilation
  • Impalement
  • Isolation
  • Mutilation
  • Oxygen deprivation
  • Rape
  • Rat torture
  • Sleep deprivation
  • Sound torture
  • Strangulation
  • Tickle torture
  • Tooth extraction
  • Waterboarding

Use of eugenics and human experimentation

From 1933 until 1980, the Creeperian government official endorsed the use of eugenics to "improve the superiority of the Creeperian race" and to justify neglect of several racial minorities in Creeperopolis, particularly Deltinians and Senvarians. Miguel Unamuno Jugo, a notable poet and philosopher of the Second Parliamentary Era, was an overt advocate of eugenics, writing A Case for Creeperian Supremacy in 1916. Unamuno Jugo was executed by the National Council during the civil war in 1936, but his ideas and beliefs in A Case for Creeperian Supremacy were put into effect by the Creeperian government in 1933. Following the civil war, the policies established were reinforced and Deltinians and Senvarians were prohibited from marrying Creeperans and having children with Creeperans. People with physical and mental disabilities and those with low IQ scores were also barred from marrying and having children. The policies were officially abolished in 1980, but the policies seem to continue being enforced as intermarrying is still very rare.

Declassified document of Project Atlácatl.

In 1979, the National Intelligence Directorate began planning Project Atlácatl, a series of human experiments conducted on criminals, mostly gang members of Mara Salvatrucha. They were considered subhumans which technically made the experiments legal according to the Creeperian legal system.[7] Officially, the experiments were labeled as "tactical scientific research" with the goal of "advancing knowledge in science," while in reality, the experiments were highly likely pseudoscientific with no basis in science that likely had the primary goal of terrorizing and intimidating the gang members of Mara Salvatrucha who were involved in the Mara War. The project began in 1980, one year after the beginning of the Mara War in 1979.[8] Project Atlácatl continued throughout the reigns of Emperors Adolfo V and Romero III, likely with their full knowledge of its existence. The project was formulated under the tenure of Cabañeras Videla when he was Minister of Defense and the Minister of Intelligence. The project was curtailed in 1999 with the ascension of Emperor Alfonso VI to the throne and was later halted on 1 January 2000 as a result of the controversial ceasefire agreed to by Alfonso VI and Mara Salvatrucha leadership.[9]

The project very likely engaged in several activities that would be considered extremely illegal in most jurisdictions, but according to the Creeperian government, all activities the project likely was involved in would have been deemed completely legal according to the Creeperian Constitution and other Creeperian national and departmental laws due to the wording of gang members as "subhuman." Although it is unknown what experiments the project engaged in as the pages were redacted, it his highly likely the project experimented with the usage of chemicals, electroshock therapy, hypnosis, sensory deprivation, isolation, verbal and sexual abuse, forced drug administration, as well as other forms of torture. During the twenty years the project was active, the project's experiments likely were undertaken at several colleges and universities, hospitals, and prisons.

Most of the history of Project Atlácatl is extremely vague as very little information aside from the existence of the project and what it generally did are known. It likely occurred at the Tuxtla Martínez-Panachor Maximum Correctional Facility as the Battle of Tuxtla Martínez-Panachor of 1988 was mentioned in the document.[6] The project continued until 1999 when it was curtailed and later ended in 2000 with the cease fire agreed to between Mara Salvatrucha and Emperor Alfonso VI.[10] The existence of Project Atlácatl was declassified in 2004 with the approval of Emperor Alexander II.[10] The exact experiments that were conducted during Project Atlácatl can never be certain due to the secretive nature of the Creeperian government. It is likely that a section on the experiments conducted exists on the declassified document but it has been redacted if it is. Speculations have been made on the type of experiments that occurred from 1980 to 2000. It his highly likely the project experimented with the usage of chemicals, electroshock therapy, hypnosis, sensory deprivation, isolation, verbal and sexual abuse, forced drug administration, as well as other forms of torture. The total amount of fatalities that occurred during Project Atlácatl can never be certain due to the secretive nature of the Creeperian government. It is likely that a section on the fatalities exists on the declassified document but it has been redacted if it is.

Detention camps

The Creeperian government operates eight locations across the country as detention camps for gang members and political prisoners. Unlike regular prisons, the inmates are subject to torture and forced labor. Four are jointly operated my military and civilian administration, three are solely operated by the military, and one is solely operated by civilians.

List of Detention Camps.png
Camp Operator Location Opened Inmates Count
Hidalgeso
Maximum Correctional Facility
(HDG)
Military–Civilian Near Hidalgeso, San Pablo 1955 Gang members and political prisoners ~19,222
Honecker
Military Internment Camp
(HNC)
Military Near Honecker, Senvar 1977 Political prisoners ~21,183
La'Alta
Maximum Correctional Facility
(LAT)
Military–Civilian Near La'Alta, Santa Ana 1948 Gang members and political prisoners ~20,282
Ninguaque
Military Internment Camp
(NGQ)
Military Near Ninguaque, San Romero 1933 Political prisoners ~22,446
Ningüino
Military Internment Camp
(NGO)
Military Near Ningüino, Santa Ana 1951 Political prisoners ~25,282
San Luís
Psychiatric Hospital
(SLS)
Civilian Near San Salpeque, San Luís 1947 Gang members ~15,493
Santo Domingo
Maximum Correctional Facility
(SDG)
Military–Civilian Near Santo Domingo, Helam 1950 Gang members and political prisoners ~19,383
Tuxtla Martínez-Panachor
Maximum Correctional Facility
(TMP)
Military–Civilian Near Tuxtla Martínez and
Panachor, Zapatista
1936 Gang members and political prisoners ~31,104

Capital punishment

Capital punsihment is a legal penalty in Creeperopolis for certain capital crimes. Around 800–1,000 executions occur in Creeperopolis every year on average for crimes ranging from murder to sorcery to apostasy to pedophilia. Creeperopolis executes the most people compared to any other country on Terraconserva.

Capital crimes

Drug trafficking is punishable by death in Creeperopolis.

Methods of capital punishment

Hanged partisans, 1951.

Other unusual torture and execution methods previously used

  • In 2007, a woman convicted of transgenderism and homosexuality was gang raped by gang members on the order of the Creeperian National Police and later beheaded.
  • In 2008, a man who attempted to tear down a statue of Alexander II in San Miguel was encased alive in concrete during the construction of another statue of Alexander II in Masario.
  • In 2009, a man who allegedly kidnapped a woman was himself kidnapped by the Creeperian National Police, convicted, and then executed by a firing squad.
  • In 2011, a woman convicted of adultery had "Baphomet's Whore" tattooed on her body, was gang raped by gang members on the order of the Creeperian National Police, and later hanged.
  • In 2013, a man convicted of a hit an run, resulting in the death of a mother and her six year old child, was run over by the car he was driving during the hit and run.
  • In 2014, a man convicted of preforming an abortion was tortured by "receiving an abortion himself" and later beheaded. The woman who received the abortion was forced to preform the "abortion" and was later beheaded.
  • In 2015, a man convicted of homosexuality was castrated, forced to watch illegal lesbian pornography, and later hanged.
  • In 2017, a couple convicted of murdering their infant baby by cooking her in a microwave were subjected to intense heat in a sauna, and after both barely survived for two hours, both were burned alive in a garbage fire.
  • In 2018, five men who were members of Mara Salvatrucha and convicted of drug trafficking had ropes tied around their necks and were dragged around Tuxtla Martínez for three hours.
  • In 2019, a man convicted of apostasy, blasphemy, and heresy, was forced to reenact the Passion of Christ on Good Friday and was genuinely executed by crucifixion.
  • In 2020, a man convicted of pedophilia was castrated, forced to watch videos of other convicted pedophiles being executed by the Creeperian government and killed by gang members, and was later himself killed by gang members who strangled him.

Departmental inequality

Conditions of northern and eastern Creeperopolis

Conditions of southern and western Creeperopolis

Discrimination against ethnic and racial minorities

Anti-Malgan sentiment

Creeperopolis does not officially enforce anti-Malgan laws and policies, but there is a heavy anti-Malgan sentiment and stigma in the government and among the general populaiton. Prior to 2019, very little anti-Malgan sentiment existed in the country, with the only traces of such being among government officials and businessmen who opposed Malgax to gain more support of Quebecshire. In 2019, however, the Permanent Mission of Malgax to the Terraconserva Council of Nations proposed Terraconserva Council of Nations Resolution 002 which would condemn the Creeperian government and implement sanctions against the country.[1] The resolution was vetoed by Quebecshire, but the Creeperian government heavily opposed Malgax for introducing the resolution in the first place. Anti-Malgan propaganda was spread across the country resulting in a significant majority of the country having anti-Malgan positions.

Results of 2019 poll.
Views on Malgax by country
Sorted by Pos–Neg
Country polled Positive Negative Pos–Neg
 Creeperopolis
7%
88%
–81
World average
31%
58%
–27

The use of the racial slur "Malger" significantly grew in usage following the failure of the resolution. During the first debate of the November 2020 Salvadoran presidential election between Orlando Pareja Palau and Santiago Morales Cabrera, the world "Malger" was said a total of 69 times while "Squg," another racial slur which attacked Sequoyans, was said around 40 times.[26]

Anti-Malgan sentiment has also manifested on online Creeperian websites or where Creeperans are present on websites. For example, Creeperian users on Shichan, an anonymous Quebecshirite imageboard website, commonly use Malgan racial slurs in their posts. On Leerlo, particularly the subleerlo l/SecoyaChiste, Malgan racial slurs are used in almost every post. The downvote button of the subleerlo is also the Emblem of Malgax. Malgaphobic internet memes are commonly posted on the subleerlo.

Anti-Terranilian sentiment

Ethnic violence against Deltinians

Pre-Crusade ethnic violence

Ethnic violence and tensions between Creeperans and Deltinians have been present since the Deltinians invaded and conquered the Old Kingdom of Creeperopolis in 745AD. Several wars between Deltinians and Creeperans have occurred since then collectively known as the Creeperian-Deltinian Wars. The first war waged by Creeperans against the Deltinians since the Deltinian-Creeperian War of 745AD was Pelayo's War which lasted four years from 845AD to 849AD where Fydl I (known as Fidel I in Creeperian Spanish), the Emir of Rabadsun, the state established by the Deltinians following the invasion, assisted Pelayo Martínez de Córdoba in combatting the Deltinians to be allowed to live in Rabadsun. A riot erupted in the city of Rabadsun in 845AD which sparked the war when Deltinians moved to suppress the riot. The war ended in a Creeperian/Rabadsuni victory and Martínez de Córdoba was given the title of Count of Extremadura, beginning the rivalry for power and influence between the House of Martínez and the Caliphate of Deltino.

Crusade era ethnic violence – first phase

Massacre at Idku
Depiction of Santiago Matadeltinianos
Massacre of Buraihran
Massacre of Almadinat Almuqadasa

During the Creeperian Crusade, Creeperans and Deltinians came into direct political and religious conflict. King Alfonso I of Creeperopolis declared independence for the Emirate of Rabadsun following the decision made by the Creeperian Catholic Church at the Second Council of Rabadsun which was summoned as a result of the One-Religion Decree issued by Caliph Suleiman III of Deltino. Suleiman III declared a jihad against the Creeperans and Alfonso I declared a crusade against the Deltinians. During the Creeperian Crusade, both sides committed various atrocities and massacres against each other, with the massacres being committed mostly on ethnic and religious grounds.

The first religious massacre of the Creeperian Crusade was the massacre of Alqarya, the modern day town of Ciudad de los'Mártires. In the massacre, around 100 to 200 Creeperans were hanged, beheaded, crucified, or burned alive for being Creeperian Catholic. The martyrs are known as the Martyrs of Alqarya and were killed on 4 April 1231. In response, Alfonso I ordered the immediate execution of all Deltinian prisoners in Creeperian custody, resulting in 89 executions via crucifixion on 18 April 1231. He established the Creeperian Inquisition, officially known as the Tribunal of the Holy Office of the Inquisition, to "cleanse" his domain of Deltinian Islam. Alfonso I also initiated the De-Arabization which removed any Arabic influences from Creeperian society. As an indirect result, Deltinians were targeted for their name and their customs and were often beat to death by gangs of Creeperian peasants and soldiers.

In the People's Crusade, the peasant crusaders killed around 1,000 Deltinians and Muslims, but all 7,000 of the peasant crusaders were eventually killed by Deltinian forces under Fawz al-Sharif. During the subsequent Monarch's Crusade, Alfonso I's soldiers massacred the inhabitants of Al Madiq, where the peasant crusaders attempted a siege to capture the city. Other massacres in the Monarch's Crusade include the massacre of Qena, the massacre of Sohaq, and the massacre of Asyut.

In 1275, the Kingdom of Castilliano faced an invasion from Deltinian forces, the second since the Castillianan-Deltinian War of 1254 to 1255. In what has been subsequently called the Great Castillianan War, Deltinian forces under Abdul al-Mustasim invaded Castilliano with the goal of total conquest and vassalization. On 4 May 1276, Castillianan forces under Ramón Ureña Parejas engaged al-Mustasim's army, and according to legend and tradition, Jesús' disciple and apostle James, known as Santiago, appeared and fought the Deltinians on the side of the Castillianans. The apparition of Santiago Matadeltinianos at the Battle of Sahagún has become a legendary topic and gave the Creeperans and Castillianans justification in continuing their crusade, now believing that killing Deltinians was acceptable and sanctioned by God.

A depiction of Santiago Matadeltinianos.

The historicity of the battle has been brought into question in recent times. According to Johnathan Mbagindu, a Lyoan history professor at William Ntihura University in Mwezi, Lyoa:

It’s likely that the battle did occur; however, the legitimacy of the apparition is likely to be folk legend passed down from generation to generation. We see similar things here in Lyoan history, with the Final War of Kindua, when the Lakku soldiers were alleged to be granted powers from the old Lyoan gods of that era that assisted in their conquest of Kindua. The battle is the only logical way to explain al-Mustasim’s army disappearing; however, any sort of divine intervention is likely legend.

According to Dr. Isaac Droz, a Quebecshirite history professor at the University of Orléans in Orléans, Quebecshire:

The Battle of Sahagún, a topic I am frequently questioned about, is one of the great fascinations of history, especially in Sur. It is my opinion that the battle did occur, as it is the most probable and realistic explanation for the vanishing of the forces of al-Mustasim. Whether the evidence of this was removed delibrately, destroyed later on, or otherwise, I believe the battle must have occured in some form. The evidence is lacking to give us any information about the battle, but it seems to be the most logical piece to the puzzle of the timeline of the Creeperian Crusades. As for the apparition, I find no scenario in which its existence could be corroborated nor likely. It was likely a legend started by Ramón Ureña Parejas or his men to increase the legitimacy of their cause in the eyes of all those who would listen, and to encourage morale within the Castillianan and other Catholic ranks. Of this belief, I am extremely confident.

— Dr. Isaac Droz, 2018[28]

According to Jakop Etli, a Terranilian history professor at the University of Guršaun in Guršaun, Terranihil:

Almost no evidence exists to corroborate the Battle of Sahagún's occurrence. The entire event is likely a myth that began as propaganda against the Deltinians. Furthermore, the fictitious story of the supernatural apparition of Saint Santiago during battle is additional affirmation that the war is folklore. The disappearance of al-Mustasim's army is a mystery that will remain unsolved unless significant archeological discoveries are made.

— Jakop Etli, 1994[29]

During the 1280 to 1285 War of al-Saffah, Deltinian commander Muhammad al-Saffah attempted to recapture the city of Idku. During his attempts, he became infamous for burning several Creeperian villages and killing their inhabitants in what has become known as the March of Terror. The March of Terror was used as a justification by King Miguel I of Creeperopolis to begin his own terror which has since become known as Miguel I's Reign of Terror. His Reign of Terror began on 17 January 1306 with the Creeperian victory at the Battle of Sirte. Around 5,000 Deltinians were captured by the Creeperans and all 5,000 were castrated and buried alive. The Deltinians began to call Miguel I by a nickname as a result of his atrocities against Deltinian prisoners: "The Cruel One." According to accounts of Deltinian soldiers, Yusuf al-Dhahir ordered his men to commit suicide rather than be captured by the Creeperans in order to avoid a slow and agonizing death.

Miguel I continued to commit various series of massacres against Deltinians throughout his reign. On 7 May 1306, the village of Misrata surrendered to Miguel I in the hopes that the village would not be massacred. Despite the surrender, Miguel I ordered every Muslim in the city to be killed. In the ensuing massacre, around 12,500 Deltinians were killed. Outrage erupted across Deltino, and Selim V managed to raise 100,000 more men for al-Dhahir. The Deltinians now had the numbers advantage, outnumbering the Creeperans, who had only around 90,000 soldiers, with their own 145,000 soldiers. The Deltinians under al-Dhahir, who was now accompanied by Muhammad al-Zubayr, marched to engage the Creeperans. Caliph Selim V placed a bounty on the head of Miguel I. The bounty amount is unknown, but it is estimated to be around 15 million credits in modern currency. The Deltinian army, including al-Dhahir and al-Zubayr, wanted to collect the bounty and end the Reign of Terror of Miguel I. On 25 July 1306, the Deltinians and Creeperans caught sight of each other and prepared for battle in an open field near the now Creeperian village of Ourique, shortly after all its Muslim inhabitants were slaughtered.

According to testimony of Miguel I, at sunset following the Battle of Ourique, he witnessed an apparition of Jesús nailed on the cross adorned with angels all around. Miguel I claimed that Jesús told him, "Miguel I, free me and free your people, my people. Go on to Almadinat Almuqadasa (the capital city of the Caliphate of Deltino) and purify the city in my name." The miracle was attested to by several soldiers, including Hernán Monroy Pizarro. Miguel I dispatched Monroy Pizarro back to Salvador to inform the Pope of the miracle. On 27 September 1306, Pope Clemento V affirmed the miracle as the Miracle of Ourique. He told Monroy Pizarro that God wants Miguel I to march on Almadinat Almuqadasa in order to save the Creeperans and to save Jesús from persecution. Monroy Pizarro returned to Miguel I in March 1307 and informed him on what the Pope told him. Miguel I declared that he would march on Almadinat Almuqadasa and that the city would burn.

Before he marched on the city, he continued south to capture the Deltinian coastline. On 7 September 1307, the Creeperans began sieging the major city of Buraihran. It was the largest Deltinian port with access to the Southern Ocean, and its capture would significantly hamper Deltinian trade. A refreshed Deltinian army, numbering around 85,000, under al-Dhahir marched to end the siege. On 25 December 1307, the Deltinians attacked the Creeperian camp while they were celebrating the Nativity of Jesús. The Creeperans were defeated, but the siege was not lifted. The Creeperans counterattacked the Deltinians on 2 January 1308.

A depiction of the Massacre of Buraihran.

Despite the Creeperans emerging victorious, al-Dhahir did not retreat. On 19 April 1308, the governor of Buraihran, Talaal al-Mir, made a deal with Miguel I, where he would allow the Creeperans entry into the city if they did not slaughter the population of Muslims. The deal was a trick conceived by al-Dhahir to drop the Creeperian guard while they were hiding in the city and would ambush the Creeperans. On 20 April 1308, the Creeperans entered the city, but instead of holding true to their deal, the Creeperans began killing Muslims. Alarmed by the situation, al-Dhahir withdrew his men so they would not be slaughtered by the Creeperans. Many attempted to flee, but most were slain. During the massacre, al-Mir was captured and beheaded. By 22 April 1308, the city was firmly in the hands of the Creeperans. The city was renamed to Zamora, but it was later renamed in 1387 to Adolfosburg.

The siege was not over, however, as now the Deltinians were sieging the city. On 8 September 1308, the Creeperian Navy arrived with supplies and reinforcements for Miguel I's army. The Creeperans stormed out of the city gates in an attempt to force the Deltinians to flee. Despite inflicting heavy losses, the Deltinians stood their ground and refused to flee. Miguel I knew that the Deltinians would not relinquish the city easily. On 1 January 1309, Miguel I received reinforcements under the command of Ramiro Curtosé Rosales, and together, the two Creeperian armies attacked al-Dhahir's encampment. Again, however, he did not retreat. Miguel I reports that he began to pray and ask God how to end the siege. He reports that God told him to attack the Deltinians on 13 February 1309, the date of Ramadan, to catch them off guard, just as the Deltinians did in the early stages of the siege when they were attacked on 25 December 1307. On 13 February 1309, Miguel I ordered all his forces to attack al-Dhahir's encampment. The attack succeeded, as the Deltinians were not prepared. A massive panic began and the Deltinian army retreated, with the siege ending in a Creeperian victory.

Miguel I had all the Deltinian prisoners forced into the Buraihran Mosque on 13 March 1309, around 4,000 in total. They were all castrated and forced to view depictions of Muhammad and Allah. Then, the mosque was set on fire and burned to the ground, killing all the prisoners inside.

On 24 July 1319, Selim V died of a stroke and was succeeded by his son, Selim VI. Selim VI wished to continue preventing war with Creeperopolis however he could. When news that Selim V died arrived in Salvador in September 1319, Miguel I immediately began preparations for a new war to capture Almadinat Almuqadasa. After two years of preparation, Pope Juan XXII presided over the Nativity Mass on 25 December 1321 and officially gave Miguel I his blessings. Miguel I, Monroy Pizarro, Curtosé Rosales, who left his garrison at Zamora to join the campaign, and embarked with 120,000 soldiers west with the goal of destroying Almadinat Almuqadasa.

The first city captured by the Creeperans was Muzadr on 15 March 1322, south of La'Unión. It fell without resistance in fear of a massacre, but the population was massacred nonetheless. Selim IV was made aware of the fall of Muzadr in April 1322 and was alarmed of the breakage of peace. He quickly had al-Dhahir rally 40,000 soldiers and march north to halt the Creeperian advance and restore the peace. On 14 May 1322, the two armies met near the village of Zuwara. The Creeperans defeated the Deltinians and massacred 2,000 prisoners. The Deltinians fell back to Tikriqin, where they were again defeated on 15 April 1322. The Creeperans rested in Tikriqin until March 1323 to continue marching south. On 10 February 1323, Monroy Pizarro resigned from his position as Caudillo. He was replaced by the son of Curtosé Rosales, Roberto Curtosé Cortéz.

On 6 July 1323, the Creeperans defeated the Deltinians at Jizanura, reaching the coast of Lake San Salvador. The Creeperans rested at Jizanura and spent time building 4 ships to blockade Almadinat Almuqadasa from the lake. On 15 June 1324, Deltinians under al-Dhahir attacked the Creeperans at Jizanura, but the attack was repulsed and the Creeperans began marching south to Almadinat Almuqadasa. Selim VI send a delegation to plead with the Creeperans to turn back. The delegation of ten was arrested and each was castrated. Nine were put to death while the last was released to inform the Caliph that the Creeperans will "burn Almadinat Almuqadasa in the name of God."

Before the beginning of the siege, Miguel I had Bishop Adémar Puyal Cisneros, the official representative of the Pope on the campaign, bless him and the army to ensure that God would be on their side and not against them. The blessing occurred on 30 August 1324.

On 1 September 1324, the Creeperans began the Siege of Almadinat Almuqadasa. Miguel I sensed that victory was near, and that the fall of the city would destroy the Caliphate. Selim VI declared that he would not leave the city so long as it was under siege. He would end the siege or die trying. Iftikhar al-Dawla, the governor of the city, and Abdallah al-Mahdi, the commander of the city's garrison, made the same declaration. Deltinians under al-Dhahir attacked the Creeperans on 17 September 1324 in an attempt to quickly end the siege in what is known as the Battle of Altal. During the battle, the Deltinians sustained heavy losses. The losses were so severe that al-Dhahir withdrew south to tend to his army's wounds and gather more men to defend the capital.

On 1 October 1324, the 4 Creeperian ships arrived to blockade the city from the lake, but the Deltinian Navy sent its 15 ships to stop the blockade. In the ensuing naval battle, the first in Creeperian history, the Deltinians sunk all 4 Creeperian ships, killing the fleet's commander, Emmanuel Sándino Hortan, without losing a single ship themselves. The city's access to food and supplies was solidified and Miguel I knew that the siege would take longer than expected. He sent a message to Salvador to immediately begin construction on 45 ships to assist with the siege.

On 25 December 1324, after three months of sieging the city with limited success, Miguel I famously gave his Warriors United Against Baphomet[note 12] speech:

My fellow warriors united against Baphomet, we are close to achieving ultimate glory. In 745AD, we were conquered by the followers of Baphomet. We were enslaved and forced to toil for the Caliphs. They did not care about us nor God. Under the might of our grandfather, Alfonso I, we rose against the Deltinians who sought to end out way of life. They sought to instate Baphomet over God. Alfonso I said no, we said no. The Creeperans said no to such blasphemy. Alfonso I sought to end this wicked Caliphate, and we are on the cusp of accomplishing his dream. This is the dream of Alfonso I, the dream of conquering the City of Baphomet [Almadinat Almuqadasa] and destroying the Deltinian Caliphate. The Caliph says he will remain in the city and break the siege. He can try to do so, but God will triumph.

God told me so many years ago, "Miguel I, free me and free your people, my people. Go on to Almadinat Almuqadasa and purify the city in my name." It was my mission to follow God's will and destroy the evil city, however, I fell to Satan's temptations. Land. Power. Love. Satan tricked me. Since then, I have repented to God, and I have said no to Satan. It was just a few short months ago, Satan returned to me again offering more land and power and love, but I overcame my temptation and said no. Satan tempted Jesús three times before he began his ministry, and I believe Satan will attempt to tempt me once more before my true reign begins. Jesús said no to Satan three times, but that is because He is divine. I am a mortal, and I said yes once, but I will never say yes ever again. Satan may have tricked me once, but he will fail from now on. Now we have God on our side. This city will fall. We will capture this city. The servants of Baphomet will try to stop us but God will prevail.

Believe in God, and you shall receive. The Lord is on our side; we will not fear. We can do everything through Christ, who gives us strength. All of you, repent for your sins now, for our glory and victory is at hand. With us mortals, this siege is impossible, but with God, it is very possible, certain, actually.

Some of us are destined to fall in this siege, but I promise to you, should you fall or rise, God will welcome you into Heaven and paradise with Him, the Apostles, and all the angels. Those who's bodies are slain in this siege will continue to fight with us in spirit. Believe in God, and we will win.

God demands it! (from the Creeperian Spanish: ¡Dios lo'pide!)

— Miguel I, 1324

According to Puyal Cisneros, the speech restored morale in the Creeperian soldiers. He stated that Miguel I gave hope to his soldiers that they would arise victorious. The Creeperans continued to camp outside of the city, living off the land and waiting for the ships to arrive to blockade the city to make it starve. The Creeperans celebrated the Nativity of Jesús on 25 December 1324, which coincided with a Deltinian attack of the Creeperian camp. Soldiers under Curtosé Cortéz broke the Deltinian first line and pushed on al-Dhahir's position, leading to a Deltinian withdrawal, the second time al-Dhahir's reinforcements had done so.

Pedro Bajamande Doré being tried by ordeal of fire.

Pedro Bajamande Doré, a Creeperian soldier under Curtosé Cortéz's command, proclaimed that he had a dream that the Creeperans had scale the city walls on Ramadan, 11 August 1325, just like what the Crusaders did at Buraihran during Miguel I's first war. Miguel I and Curtosé Cortéz were skeptical and asked Puyal Cisneros if they should adhere to Bajamande Doré's claimed dream. Puyal Cisneros did not believe that the dream was real but he asked Miguel I and Curtosé Cortéz to go along with it anyway.

On the night of 11 August 1325, the Creeperans began scaling the walls of Almadinat Almuqadasa. The Deltinians expected such an attack at night on Ramadan and al-Mahdi had his men reinforce the walls that particular night. The attack ended in disaster, with many Creeperans falling to their deaths when the Deltinians burned the siege towers and ladders. When day broke, Bajamande Doré was arrested by the Creeperans. Miguel I asked Puyal Cisneros what should be done, and he deemed that Bajamande Doré had to be tried by ordeal of fire, setting him on fire, and if he was innocent, God would save him by preforming a miracle. That night, Bajamande Doré was set on fire. Reportedly, he remained alive and conscious for several hours while he was burning alive. He reportedly told Miguel I, "God has protected me for all this time, and now He wants me to come home with Him," then, he died. The story's authenticity is debated among scholars and historians, but Puyal Cisneros reported the story as true.

In January 1326, the Creeperian 45 ships from Salvador arrived to the shores of Lake San Salvador by Jizanura. Miguel I met the sailors and informed them of the situation and what they needed to do. Carlos Martel Hernández was placed in charge of the ships and tasked with destroying the Deltinian fleet and blockading the city, ensuring that no food nor supplied entered the city from the sea.

On 13 March 1326, the 45 Creeperian ships under Martel Hernández encountered the 15 Deltinian ships commanded by Ibn al-Hafiz. In the second naval battle of Buhayrat Alrasul, the Creeperans managed to lure the 15 Deltinians ships out of the city's harbor. The ships were encircled and cut down. All 15 Deltinian ships were sunk during the battle and al-Hafiz was killed when his ship caught on fire and sank. The Creeperans lost 8 ships and 5 were damaged, but they won the battle and the city was now blockaded. Selim VI witnessed the battle from the city and knew that now it would only be a matter of time until the city starved or fell if al-Dhahir was not able to end the siege from the outside.

A depiction of Creeperans attacking the city with Malaria-infected corpses. A Deltinian is shown as betraying the city by infecting new corpses.

In April 1326, one of Curtosé Cortéz's soldiers died to Creeperian Malaria, after handling another corpse that was infected with the disease, which gave him an idea on how to further the fall of the city. He had soldiers go to a nearby village, Erbitba, and abducted 6 Deltinians and forced them to relocate the body to their village. The Creeperans got 58 villagers infected with the disease and killed. Curtosé Cortéz ordered catapults to be quickly constructed. In mid-April 1326, the Creeperans catapulted the Malaria-infected corpses into the city. After a few days, a Malaria outbreak occurred in the city as those handling the bodies. Unlike strains of Creeperian Malaria in northern Creeperopolis that the Creeperans were adjusted to that are not contagious, a rare strain in central to southern Creeperopolis was contagious. The infection devastated the city, with an estimated 10-15% dying as a result of the outbreak. Selim VI himself was infected, but he overcame the disease and survived, but the food situation made the disease deadlier as people's immune systems were unable to function properly as the city began to slowly starve.

A depiction of Creeperans scaling the walls of Almadinat Almuqadasa.

On 28 May 1326, al-Dhahir attacked for one last effort to push out the Creeperans. In the ensuing battle near Erbitba, nearly the entire Deltinian was cut down or captured, with only al-Dhahir and 3,000 Deltinians escaping and retreating south. In his memoirs, al-Dhahir stated, "This infidel King of the north has been the greatest thorn in my side for the past 20 years. Rarely do I ever get a win against him, and when I do, it is a minor victory or a costly victory. May Allah strike him down and protect the Caliphate."

On 12 June 1326, Curtosé Cortéz claimed to Miguel I and Puyal Cisneros that he had a dream, like Bajamande Doré had the year prior. He claimed that God instructed the Creeperans to send a few men to scale the east wall of the city in the middle of the night and remain hidden in the city throughout the night, praying the Rosary constantly as to prevent detection. At sunrise, the men are to disguise themselves as Deltinians and, as the morning prayer commences, open the eastern gate and allow the entire Creeperian Army to flood through the gates. He reported that God told him, "Leave no servant of Baphomet live." Miguel I and Puyal Cisneros quickly believed in Curtosé Cortéz's claim and selected four soldiers to adhere to Curtosé Cortéz's dream.

At around midnight, the four men scaled a ladder on the eastern wall and hid themselves in an alleyway near the eastern gate. They prayed the Rosary constantly from when they hid themselves to right as the Sun began to rise. They entered the home of a Deltinian family and killed the four of them, putting on their attire to look like Deltinians. When the morning Islamic prayer began, the 4 men moved to the eastern gate, where the Creeperian Army was ready to storm the city. Miguel I had his men also pray the Rosary from right as the Sun began to rise over the horizon up until the gate was open when the final assault would begin.

A statue of Miguel I holding the head of Selim VI in La'Victoria, San Luís.

At approximately 6:45am, the eastern gate was opened. Miguel I ordered his entire army to storm into the city through the eastern gate with the orders, "Cleanse first, secure second," with the opening of the gate being referred to as the "Miracle of Almadinat Almuqadasa." As the Creeperans entered the city, the massacre of the entire population within the city began. The Deltinian garrison inside was overpowered, as the Creeperans did not think of strategy; all they thought about was killing. During the massacre of the Deltinian garrison, al-Mahdi was captured and slowly dismembered by Creeperian soldiers. Buildings were set on fire with Deltinians inside and mosques were destroyed. Deltinians attempted to flee through the north and south gates, but small forces were stationed there to prevent such escapes. Many also attempted to swim away, but the Creeperian ships cut down any who attempted to do so who did not drown during their escape attempts. The city's governor, al-Dawla, was captured and forced into the Almadinat Almuqadasa Grand Mosque, the largest mosque on the history of Sur, along with 4,000 disarmed soldiers and civilians. The mosque was set on fire and burned to the ground, killing everyone inside.

Miguel I personally lead the charge into the Caliph's palace by the western wall of the city. Miguel I recounted that he met Selim VI and his family in the palace. He mentioned that he did not resist and that he only wanted a private word with Miguel I before being killed. Miguel I was not very descriptive of what Selim VI told him, but he recounted his final words: "We have fought each other well, and our war has come to an end. I know what your intent is, you are the victor, so claim your reward," where he bowed his head signifying to Miguel I to cut off his head. Miguel I beheaded Selim VI, marking the end of the Caliphate of Deltino. He had his entire family thrown out of the palace into a mob of Crusaders where they were impaled and torn apart.

Crusader graffiti on the ruins of the Almadinat Almuqadasa Grand Mosque carved during the fall of the city.

The massacre of the city continued for three days. Although the city had already fallen and the war was over and the Caliphate was destroyed, the Creeperans continued to kill the inhabitants of the city. The entire city garrison of soldiers was slaughtered on the first day, so the remaining two days of massacre was purely against the civilian Muslim population of the city. After the massacre ended, around 200,000 people lie dead in the streets; 200,000 were massacred for being Muslim and residing within the walls of Almadinat Almuqadasa. The Massacre of Almadinat Almuqadasa remains one of the deadliest massacres in Creeperian history.

The massacre of the inhabitants of Almadinat Almuqadasa by the Creeperans during the siege of the city is one of, if not, the most controversial topic about the Creeperian Crusade, as 200,000 people were indiscriminately killed for their religion and ethnicity. The massacre has been condemned by several non-Creeperian historians as barbarous acts against innocent civilians.

According to Mbagindu:

The Massacre at Almadinat Almuqadasa was probably one of the world's first well-known mass atrocities. Crusading soldiers had no strategy besides murder. The majority of those killed during the event weren't even soldiers, rather civilians.

On 14 June 1326, Miguel I proclaimed the Decree of La'Victoria, which named the city of Almadinat Almuqadasa to La'Victoria. In addition, the decree officially outlawed the practicing of Deltinian Islam in Creeperopolis' domains, making practicing the religion punishable by death. The decree ushered in a 200-year long period of persecution of Deltinian Islam: the First Great Persecution of Deltinian Islam, which lasted from the decree made at La'Victoria until it was officially ended by the First Parliament of Creeperopolis in 1565. The decree also made official the Deltinian annexation to Creeperopolis.

Crusade era ethnic violence – second phase

News of the fall of the city spread across Sur. In Creeperopolis, Creeperans celebrated in the streets and Pope Juan XXII declared 13 June to be a Holy Day within the Creeperian Catholic Church. In the southern territories of Deltino, the three governors of the three southern provinces received the news of the death of the Caliph and the fall of the Caliphate. Each governor declared themselves Emir of their own respective province, declaring independence to jointly fight against the Creeperans. Mehmed al-Khan al-Edris, the governor of Helam, was the first to declare independence as Mehmed I of the Emirate of Helam on 13 July 1326. Ohmad al-Jamal al-Mahdi, the governor of Jakiz, was the next to declare independence as Ohmad I of the Emirate of Jakiz on 18 July 1326. Orhan al-Zaidi al-Jalali, the governor of Abdan, was the last to declare independence. He did so on 22 July 1326 as Orhan I of the Emirate of Abdan. The three Emirates of Abdan, Helam, and Jakiz are commonly known as the Deltinian rump states, as they are remnants of the Caliphate of Deltino which was a much larger nation than even all three emirates combined. The fall of Almadinat Almuqadasa and the Caliphate of Deltino coinciding with the establishment of the Deltinian rump states is generally marked by historians as the end of the "First Phase" of the Creeperian Crusade and the beginning of the "Second Phase" of the Creeperian Crusade, also known as the "Deltinian Phase" and the "Rump Phase," respectively.

For several years, Miguel I did not campaign against Abdan, Helam, or Jakiz, as the Creeperans were occupied by celebrating the fall of Deltino. Meanwhile, he sent expeditions under Martel Hernández east to explore and conquer territory on the Atlántidan Peninsula.

Orhan I invited al-Dhahir to lead an invasion against Miguel I to recapture Almadinat Almuqadasa, but al-Dhahir refused and stated that he would only take orders from a Caliph. Since there were no Caliphs alive, Orhan I expelled al-Dhahir from Abdan. Ohmad I and Mehmed I attempted to persuade al-Dhahir as well, but they could not convince him. In 1328, al-Dhahir left the Deltinian rump states for exile in Castilliano, who agreed to allow him to settle down and live out the rest of his life in peace near the border of Helam. He died on 12 December 1329, one of the few Deltinian military commanders that engaged the Creeperans during the Crusade that did not die during or immediately after battle. In 1362, in the last years of his reign, Miguel I remarked that al-Dhahir was "one of the greatest and most determined Deltinian military commanders to ever walk on Terraconserva."

On 14 March 1331, Miguel I lead 12 legions south and massacred the Helami village of Arbiditha along the Zapatista River. The massacre sparked outrage in Abdan, Helam, and Jakiz, that all raised up armies under three separate commanders to intercept Miguel I and secure the existence of Deltinian Islam in southern Sur. The united army of Abdaners, Helamis, and Jakizians composed a total of 150,000 men, approximately 50,000 from each nation. The Abdaners were commanded by Hasan al-Shaheen, the Helamis were commanded by Faalih al-Karam, and the Jakizians were commanded by Daif al-Majid. Additional commanders included Abdaners Bandar al-Meer and Musheer al-Rayes, Helamis Fayyaad al-Galla and Tufail al-Salam, and Jakizians Saajid al-Salama and Sakeen el-Kaleel.

A depiction of the united coalition leaders paying tribute to Miguel I.

The Abdaner army under al-Shaheen were the first to encounter Miguel I near the village of Takajil. Miguel I successfully routed the Abdaner army on 4 May 1331. Next, the Helamis and Jakizians launched a surprise attack on 14 June 1331 near the village of Baqumia. The battle ended in an effective stalemate, but al-Salama was killed during the battle. On 15 September 1331, the Creeperans prepared for battle, as did the Abdaners, Helamis, and Jakizians, near the town of Sivritlar. During the battle, the outnumbered Creeperans successfully defeated the united coalition, and al-Majid was killed during the battle. On 14 October 1331, the Abdaners, Helamis, and Jakizians entered the city of Eriwr and fortified the city in preparation for a siege. That siege arrived on 15 October 1331 and Miguel I's army set up camp outside of the city walls. After 13 months of siege, the Abdaners, Helamis, and Jakizians surrendered the city on 20 November 1332. Both sides agreed to negotiations instead of storming the city, leading to a massacre of its inhabitants.

The two sides agreed to the Treaty of Eriwr on 23 November 1332 that effectively made the three rump states Creeperian vassal states that paid a yearly tribute to Creeperopolis. The treaty also significantly extended Creeperian territory south. The Emirs of the three states reluctantly agreed its terms as they did not want to have to deal with a Creeperian invasion and massacre of the population of each state.

On 3 September 1333, Orhan I of Abdan died. The circumstances of his death are unknown and theories believe that he was killed by his son who would become Emir Orhan II. Orhan II rejected the Treaty of Eriwr and declared that he would reclaim all lands lost to the Creeperans. Miguel I was made aware of the Abdaner declaration of war and marched 7 legions south to march on Alshshati, the capital of Abdan.

In December 1333, the Creeperian army began to ravage the Abdaner countryside on its march south. Messages were sent to the Helamis and the Jakizians stating that if they got involved, their capitals will be massacred. Both obliged by the threat and did not engage the Creeperans. On 18 February 1334, Miguel I began the siege of Alshshati. The city fell on 1 October 1334 and the population was massacred. Orhan II had departed the city the day prior to the city's fall and left for exile in Jakiz. The Creeperans pressured the Jakizians to turn over Orhan II. Fearing an invasion, they complied and handed him over to the Creeperans. Orhan II was executed on 1 February 1335. The city of Alshshati was renamed to San Pablo.

Mehmed I of Helam publicly condemned the invasion of Abdan in early-1335. His condemnation was a sign of treason in the eyes of Miguel I who marched his army west to siege the Helami capital, Alssahil. The siege of Alssahil began on 30 June 1335. The city withstood the Creeperans more effectively, but eventually, the city fell on 17 July 1336 after over one year of siege. Mehmed I was executed and the city was massacred. Alssahil was renamed to San Nicolás.

The surrender of Shata' Albahr of 25 December 1345.

Relations between Creeperopolis and Jakiz remained on good terms following the fall of Abdan and Helam, as Ohmad I denounced Orhan II and Mehmed I's violations of the Treaty of Eriwr. Miguel I rewarded Ohmad I for denouncing Abdan and Helam's aggression with a 10% decrease in the yearly tribute required. Miguel I and Ohmad I met in person on the Creeperian-Jakizi border on 18 March 1339 as a sign of their warm relations, where they discussed possibly giving Jakiz lands in southern Abdan to increase their coastline.Both leaders agreed to each other that, if the two were to ever come into conflict, neither would have the other killed as a sign of their good relations. Nothing was said about each other's soldiers or any civilians.

On 18 March 1342, Miguel Martínez Arshad, the eldest son of Miguel I and Grand Prince of Creeperopolis, was assassinated in Shata' Albahr when he was on a diplomatic mission to discuss that cession of land to Jakiz in Abdan. Miguel I demanded that Ohmad I arrest whoever was responsible and send them to Creeperopolis to be executed. Ohmad I discovered that it was his sons, Ohmad al-Jamal and Suleiman al-Jamal, that had Martínez Arshad killed. Ohmad I could not allow himself to turn his sons over to the Creeperans, and so he offered further land concessions and an increase in tribute payments instead. Miguel I refused, and demanded that his sons were turned over. Ohmad I sent a message to Miguel I that read, "My friend, if this is how it must end, then to war it is."

In March 1343, Miguel I marched south with the intent of destroying the last remnants of the Caliphate of Deltino and to complete the Crusade that was started by Alfonso I on 8 February 1231. The final siege of the Creeperian Crusade, the siege of Shata' Albahr, began on 1 June 1343. Similar to the siege of Almadinat Almuqadasa, the Jakizians had sea access for supplies. The city was completely blockaded by the Creeperian Navy, however, on 18 August 1343, and the Creeperans began to slowly starve the city into submission. The city, however, had a large farm within the city walls that continued to sustain the city's supply of food. It was not until August 1344 that the Creeperans successfully managed to burn the farm within the city walls. From then, the city only had a year's supply of food to last them. On 13 October 1345, sections the Jakizian military of mutinied and attempted to depose Ohmad I, but the mutiny failed and the mutineers were put to death. Finally, on 25 December 1345, while the Creeperans were celebrating the Nativity of Jesús, Ohmad I yelled to the Creeperans, asking to meet with Miguel I. The two met and Ohmad I agreed to surrender the city to Miguel I if he upheld his promise he made in 1339 to not kill each other. He agreed and Ohmad I left Jakiz for exile in Castilliano where he would live out the rest of his life and die on 6 December 1352. Ohmad I left the city before the Creeperans stormed in, and he would never learn that Shata' Albahr was massacred. Everyone in the city, like in Almadinat Almuqadasa, was slain. The Creeperans celebrated the fall of the city and the city was renamed to Denshire. The fall of Shata' Albahr marked the end of the Creeperian Crusade and the end of Muslim rule in Sur and ended Miguel I's Reign of Terror, but the persecution of Deltinians continued.

Pre-First Parliamentary ethnic violence

In 1380, Orhan III of Abdan revolted against Creeperian rule. The ensuing Deltinian War ended in a Deltinian defeat and is notable for delaying Cristóbal Colón Cámarillo third voyage to establish the Captaincy General of the San Carlos Islands. During the Twenty Years' War which was fought between Catholics and Protestants, the Deltinians formed the Muslim League and fought for the independence of Abdan, Helam, and Jakiz. The Deltinians were lead by Unais el-Ben from 1504 to 1517, but their efforts failed and many were massacred for their participation in the revolt.

First Parliamentary ethnic violence

A depiction of the 1620 Abdan race riot.

In the general election of 1620, Liberal Fidel Moreno Dávalos was reelected as Prime Minister of Creeperopolis, who became Prime Minister following the death of Orlando González Leoz in 1618. During the election, Badri al-Morad became the first ethnic Deltinian member of Parliament. His election outraged many Creeperans who held anti-Deltinian views. When he was sworn in as a member of Parliament on 8 March 1620, a riot began in his home district of San Pablo, Abdan. He returned to the city in April 1620 and attempted to pacify the riot, but the angry mob attacked him and lynched him in the city's town square. His body was paraded around the city and mass killings of Deltinians occurred.

Moreno Dávalos denounced the violence and murder of the member of Parliament and sent in the Army to crush the riot. The Army arrived in June 1620 and crushed the riot by force. The government reported 121 rioters dead and 20 soldiers dead, with 519 more rioters being arrested. The city remained under military occupation until 1622. Each of the 519 rioters arrested were put on trial for the death of al-Morad and inciting massacres against Deltinians in the city, of which 1,418 were killed from March to June 1620. Of the 519, 67 were sentenced to death, 211 were sentenced to life imprisonment, 144 were sentenced to varying non-life prison sentences, 96 were acquitted, and 1 was left with no decision as he died before a verdict was given. Of the 67 sentenced to death, 58 were executed on 1 January 1623, 1 died in captivity before execution, and the remaining 8 had their sentences commuted to life imprisonment. The riot and mass killing of Deltinians was the worst since the end of the persecution of 1326 to 1600.

Inter-Parliamentary ethnic violence

The First Parliament ended in 1771 with the Revolution of Revolution of Manuel III. Under the rules of Manuel III and Manuel IV, the Creeperans and Deltinians lived in general peace. In 1833, Manuel IV was overthrown and killed by Adolfo III. On 4 May 1839, Adolfo III initiated the Second Great Persecution of Deltinian Islam. During the persecution that lasted from 1839 until 1887, around 800,000 Deltinians were killed.

Second Parliamentary ethnic violence

Very little ethnic violence occurred during the Second Parliamentary Era of Creeperopolis between any races. The Second Parliamentary Era also ended the Second Great Persecution of Deltinian Islam in 1887.

Civil war era and modern ethnic violence

Soldiers of the National Council for Peace and Order with the heads of executed Deltinians following the 1937 Deltinian Rebellion.

The Creeperian Civil War erupted in 1933 between forces loyal to Romero I and forces loyal to Miguel VII. On 5 May 1937, Deltinians in Abdan, Helam, and Jakiz revolted against the National Council for Peace and Order. The Deltinian peasants were lead by Muammar al-Koroma. The peasants demanded total independence from the Imperial and National Councils for Abdan, Helam, and Jakiz, and called for support and aid from Greater Sacramento. The government declined to send direct aid but offered the Deltinians asylum in accordance with the 1853 Sacramatian Asylum Act. Before the Deltinians could accept the offer, National Council soldiers under General Pascual Espinar Casaus massacred 3,139 to 328,000 Deltinians, effectively suppressing the revolt on 17 May 1937. Following the Miguelist massacre of Deltinians, Field Marshal Máximo Barrueco Morterero launched an offensive into the departments of Abdan, Helam, and Jakiz in order to "liberate" the Deltinians from atheist hands in August 1937. From August 1937 until January 1938, the Imperial Council made minimal gains. The offensive was forced to be cancelled in February 1938 due to a lack of supplies to continue the offensive. The Imperial Council fortified the frontline which had been established. Killings of Deltinians continued under Romerist control.

Following the conclusion of the Creeperian Civil War, the new Romerist government began an initiative to forcibly deport and relocate all Deltinians in the departments of Abdan, Helam, and Jakiz, to newly secured territories from the annexation of Castilliano. The new department was called Deltino and the Creeperian government began the Deportation of the Deltinians in 1949. In 1968, a race riot began in Deltino where Deltinians and Senvarians began attacks against Castillianans and Creeperans living in the department. The Creeperian Army was dispatched to crush the race riot which it did by the end of the year. Around 24,000 Deltinians were killed by the Creeperian Army during the race riot. Another race riot began in 1978 where Deltinians attacked Castillianans and Creeperans. The Creeperian Army was again mobilized to crush the riot, which it did by the middle of the year. Around 36,000 Deltinians were killed by the Creeperian in the 1978 race riot. Historians have estimated that around 2.1 million Deltinians were killed in the deportation efforts from 1949 until the programs completion in 1984, with only around 120,000 surviving. Since then, the population of the Deltinians has fallen to only 100,000 in 2020.

In December 2019, the Deltinian Liberation Army was formed and began fighting for the independence of Deltino, the first serious attempt to do so since 1937. Since then, the Creeperian Army and various death squads have been accused of intentionally targeting Deltinian civilians. These killings have been pointed to as the first phase of a total genocide of the Deltinians, which some have called the Deltinian Genocide.

Ethnic violence against Senvarians

Intolerance of Sequoyans

Claims of past and ongoing ethnic cleansing

Racial profiling

Discrimination against religious minorities

Attacks against Atheists

Anti-Atheism (Antiateísmo) is an enforced policy in Creeperopolis. Creeperian Anti-Atheism is an ideology and a political movement against Atheism, as a theory and more specifically as it presented itself during the Second Parliamentary Era and the Creeperian Civil War. Organized Anti-Atheism developed properly during the Creeperian Civil War with rise of the National Council for Peace and Order. Anti-Atheism was one of the core elements of Romerism and the Catholic Imperial Restoration Council.

The first organization which was specifically dedicated to opposing Atheism was the Catholic Imperial Restoration Council which fought in the Creeperian Civil War starting in 1933 against the recently established National Council for Peace and Order. The Romerist movement was militarily supported by several allied foreign governments which represented the first instance of Anti-Atheism as a government policy in Creeperopolis. The Romerists defeated the Miguelists and Creeperopolis was stabilized in 1949. Following the civil war, the Creeperian Initiative was established with Anti-Atheism as one of its core ideologies. The Creeperian government continues to impose Anti-Atheist policies. In Creeperopolis, practicing Atheism is punishable by the death penalty. Many anti-Atheist hate crimes are reported in Creeperopolis every month.

The Creeperian government has severed ties with Morova and Terranihil due to their atheist tendencies and has strained relations with Willdavie. Creeperopolis' relationship with Quebecshire has remained intact due to their support in the Creeperian Civil War and due to its purchases of sugar.

Attacks against Muslims

Anti-Islamism (Antislamismo) is an enforced policy in Creeperopolis. Creeperian anti-Islamism is an ideology and a political movement against Islam, as a religion. Organized anti-Islamism developed during the Creeperian Crusade following the One-Religion Decree being passed by the Caliphate of Deltino in 1231. Anti-Islamism persisted throughout the Creeperian Crusade and reached its maximum during the Massacre of Almadinat Almuqadasa where 200,000 Deltinian Muslims were massacred.

The Creeperian Government continues to impose anti-Islamist policies. The Deltinian Insurgency against the separatist Deltinian Liberation Army is seen as an armed Anti-Islamist struggle in Creeperopolis. Practicing Islam was made illegal and punishable by death on 3 May 2020. Many anti-Islamic hate crimes are reported in Creeperopolis every month.

Attacks against Protestants

Status of agnostics and the irreligious

Forced conversions

Discrimination against linguistic minorities

Wars and violence

Use of chemical and biological weapons

LGBT rights

Fallen Roses, a memorial in Asr El Ziqara, Greater Sacramento, created in 2001 to respect and remember several LGBT rights activists killed in Creeperopolis by the government. New names are added to the memorial every year.

All homosexual and transgender behaviors in Creeperopolis are illegal, making LGBT rights in Creeperopolis the worst in the world. As such, Creeperopolis does not recognize same-sex marriage, domestic partnerships, or civil unions in any capacity. The criminal penalties against homosexuality and cross-dressing are regularly and strictly enforced against all people in Creeperopolis. The Creeperian government also views cross-dressing and being transgender as being prohibited under Catholic jurisprudence, and is therefore illegal. Criminal sanctions for cross-dressing tend to be the same for homosexuality, such as torture, life imprisonment, and capital punishment. The Creeperian government does not permit sex change operations to take place in the empire, and it does not allow people to obtain new legal documents to have their gender changed on their documents. Much like with homosexuality, family members may feel obligated to kill a transgender sibling or relative in order to "save face" or restore the family's honor and esteem within the community. The Creeperian government has pardoned many individuals accused of killing a homosexual or transgender and they are not considered human beings by the government, instead considering LGBT people as "subhumans," effectively making the killing not equivalent to homicide. The Creeperian government asserts that homosexuality is a choice.

Creeperopolis has laws which discriminate and encourage discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. Harassment or violence against LGBT people is not addressed in any bias-motivated or hate crime law. Advocacy for LGBT rights is illegal within the empire. The required exit and entry visa paperwork does not ask people about their sexual orientation, as it does their nationality, sex, religion, and marital status. Prior to 2010, homosexuals who had Sacramatian citizenship were protected from death and were merely deported, however, after the passage of A Motion to Cleanse the Fatherland From Sin was passed on 9 February 2010 by the Council of Mayors, all homosexuals, even those with Sacramatian citizenship, were subject to immediate death.[note 13] Several LGBT rights activists have been arrested and killed by the Creeperian government.

There have been multiple instances of violence and murders targeting homosexuals and transsexuals throughout Creeperopolis' history. It was reported that during the Creeperian Civil War, both the Catholic Imperial Restoration Council and the National Council for Peace and Order kidnapped, tortured, and executed over thousands of homosexuals in the White and Red Terrors, respectively. After the civil war, violence against LGBT individuals continued. The Condor Initiative targetted gays under the banner of communism and atheism. After homosexuality was criminalized again after it was decriminalized in the Second Parliamentary Era, hate crimes against LGBT people skyrocketed and the police did and continues to do nothing about it.

Public and private education in Creeperopolis are required to teach basic Catholic values based on the interpretation of the Bible, which includes strong condemnation of homosexuality. In addition, Creeperian Catholicism condemns cross-dressing. The Ministry of Education approved textbooks that reflect the county's Catholic view against homosexual acts by stating that "[h]omosexuality is one of the most disgusting sins and greatest crimes," and that the proper punishment for the intentional act of homosexual intercourse is death. The Creeperian government censors media with punishments of torture, imprisonment, or death for any person possessing, importing, distributing, or producing media without governmental approval. Media content, including advertising, cannot be seen as insulting the royal family or conflicting with Catholic teachings and values.[15][16] Homosexuality and cross-dressing are dealt with in print news through news coverage of criminal matters. No endorsement of LGBT rights is permitted. Radio and TV programs are similarly banned from expressing support for LGBT rights, but homosexuality and cross-dressing can be discussed as long as the negative attitudes and biases are reinforced. A call-in TV show may feature a discussion about the immorality or "illness" of homosexuality. LGBT themes in movies, television, music, and other media are a factor to completely ban a movie, or at least heavily censor it. Customs agents keep a list of films or TV shows that are not allowed to be brought into the country. The government prohibits creating, distributing or accessing online content or webpages that the government deems to be pornographic, especially depiction homosexual acts, or in violation of religious values or public morals or is a threat to public health, safety or order. The Creeperian government has frequently blocked internet users in the country from accessing web pages or other online content that express support for LGBT rights. The restrictions on the internet extent to blogs, social media and video upload webpages.

Same-Sex Sexual Activity No No (Floggings, beatings, torture, vigilante attacks, lifetime imprisonment, chemical castrations, whippings, and death. Catholic and Levitical law is fully applied).
Anti-Discrimination Laws in Employment No, but laws encourage discrimination
Anti-Discrimination Laws in the Provision of Goods and Services No, but laws encourage discrimination
Anti-Discrimination Laws in all Other Areas (including Indirect Discrimination and Hate Speech) No, but laws encourage discrimination
Equal Age of Consent No
Same-Sex Marriage No
Recognition of Same-Sex Couples No
Step-Child Adoption by Same-Sex Couples No
Joint Adoption by Same-Sex Couples No
LGBT Allowed to Serve Openly in the Military No
Right to Change Legal Gender No
Access to In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) for Lesbians No
Commercial Surrogacy for Gay Male Couples No
Men Who Have Sex With Men (MSMs) Allowed to Donate Blood No
Women Who Have Sex With Women (WSWs) Allowed to Donate Blood No

Intersex rights

Intersex people have no protection from discrimination from the government. The Creeperian government asserts that being intersex is the result of being corrupted in the womb by Baphomet as a result of immoral actions made by the mother during pregnancy. Intersex individuals are highly recommended to seek surgery or other treatments to treat their condition. Individuals who promote rights for intersex people and claim that being intersex is evidence of more than two genders are arrested, tortured, and executed. Discrimination is encouraged by laws against intersex people to motivate them to help return them to "normality."

Women's rights

Status of abortions

Abortion in Creeperopolis is illegal. Abortion had never had any legal standing in Creeperopolis until 1950 when the Creeperian government made all abortions illegal. Punishment for preforming an abortion or receiving an abortion is torture and death, which have been enforced several times since the law came into effect in 1950. In 2016, the Creeperian government recorded 18 executions relating to preforming illegal abortions. Foreigners who have had abortions in the past have been banned from entering the country. The Constitution of Creeperopolis recognizes human life beginning at the moment of conception, effectively equating abortion to murder.

Treatment of children

Children and minors are considered to be very special in Creeperopolis and have special treatment in the Creeperian legal system, with some exceptions. Minors are barred from the death penalty except for in "extreme crimes" which include abortion, apostasy, assassinating a government official, blasphemy, espionage, heresy, homosexuality, murder, pedophilia, practicing Atheism, practicing Communism, practicing Islam, rape, regicide, sacrilege, terrorism, transgenderism, treason, waging war on God, and waging war on the Empire. Although the list is still extensive, it is less than the full list which is open for adults. Creeperopolis is one of the few nations where minors are able to be executed for crimes.

One of crimes taken most seriously by the Creeperian government is pedophilia. It is the crime considered "the worst crime in which no life is extinguished," according to Pareja Palau. He further stated, "God Himself is personally attacked whenever a crime is committed against any of His children, especially a minor, and pedophilia is only committed by subhumans who do not deserve Paradise and will suffer the rest of eternity in Hell with Satan and Baphomet." Creeperopolis is one of the few countries that executes people for being pedophiles. Normalization, acceptance, or support of pedophilia is forbidden and is even punishable by death.

Accusations of child soldiers in the Young Creeperans

The Creeperian Initiative has a youth wing which is known as the Young Creeperans (JC). The Young Creeperans was established in 1949 following the conclusion of the Creeperian Civil War. It is partially a paramilitary organization and composed of male and female youths aged 12 to 18. It was a merger of the Youth Front (FJ) of the right-wing Catholic Royalist Party and the Young Fascists of the far-right Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front. Both youth organizations functioned as paramilitaries, and the Young Creeperans continued to function as a paramilitary organization, arming its member children with rifles and giving them a military training.

The organization teaches young Creeperian children the virtues and inherit goods of the Empire, the Monarchy, and the Church. It also denounces the evils of Islam, Communism, and Atheism. The organization's motto is "Fatherland and Liberty," or "Patria y Libertad." It has been accused of indoctrinating and brainwashing Creeperian children into believing and following the beliefs of the Creeperian Initiative and instills in them racist anti-Deltinian and anti-Senvarian views and intolerant anti-Muslim and anti-Atheist views.

The Creeperian government has been accused of mobilizing the Young Creeperans to fight Mara Salvatrucha as a part of the Mara War in coordination with the Creeperian National Police, the Creeperian Army, the Creeperian Imperial Guard, and the National Intelligence Directorate. The Creeperian government has vehemently denied such allegations and has labelled them "anti-Creeperian propaganda" which seeks to bring down the Creeperian government.

Labor rights

Workers' Romerist Organization

The Workers' Romerist Organization (ORT) is the sole legal trade union in all of Creeperopolis. The trade union was founded in 1950 and is heavily associated with the Creeperian Initiative, the sole legal political party of the country. Joining the trade union is mandatory for all working citizens.

The Workers' Romerist Organization was founded on 20 November 1950 by the Creeperian Initiative. The trade union was made into the only legal trade union in the country which had just recently concluded a lengthy and bloody civil war. The logo of the trade union is a hammer, representing the workers, to arrows, representing employers and the government, and a yoke, representing the string bind and unity between the three groups. The yoke and arrows were originally symbols of the Catholic Royalist Party.

Portrait Union Leader
(Birth–Death)
Term of office & mandate
Duration in years and days
Party
1 (Colección Cabildo de Gran Canaria) Discurso del ministro del Movimiento José Solís en el cincuentenario del Cabildo de Gran Canaria (cropped).jpg José Solís Ruiz
(1893–1966)
20 November
1950
17 September
1966
Creeperian Initiative
15 years and 301 days
2 Enrique de la Mata.jpg Manuel Valdés Larrañaga
(1921–1984)
17 September
1966
22 March
1984
Creeperian Initiative
17 years and 187 days
3 Workers Romerist Organization.png Enrique Ramal Cerralbo
(1950–2013)
22 March
1984
16 October
1999
Creeperian Initiative
15 years and 208 days
4 Workers Romerist Organization.png Salvador Merino Rivera
(1958–2004)
16 October
1999
18 June
2003
Creeperian Initiative
3 years and 245 days
5 (Martín Villa) Adolfo Suárez conversa con el lehendakari del Gobierno Vasco en presencia del ministro de Administración Territorial en el Palacio de Ajuria Enea - Pool Moncloa (1980-12-09) (cropped).jpeg Martín Villa Sordo
(1967–)
18 June
2003
Incumbent Creeperian Initiative
17 years and 301 days

Corporate human rights violations

Use of child labor

Use of forced labor

Government efforts to combat human rights violations

Operation Pupuseria

Operation Pupuseria (Creeperian Spanish: Operación Pupuseria) is an ongoing criminal investigation conducted by the government of Creeperopolis into several acts of corruption and government affiliations with criminal gangs, rebel groups, and domestic terrorism.

Government complacency with human rights violations

Corruption and lack of transparency in government

Corruption in Creeperopolis has permeated several segments of society – political, economic, and social – and has greatly affected the country's legitimacy, transparency, accountability, and effectiveness. Many of these dimensions have evolved as a product of Creeperopolis' legacy of elite, oligarchic, and royal consolidation of power and authoritarian rule. According to multiple international sources, since the Alfonsisto, the 2003 Creeperian coup d'état, and subsequent rise of Alexander II as Emperor of Creeperopolis and increase and power and influence of Cabañeras Gutiérrez, corruption has increased and is running rampant in Creeperopolis.[31][32]

Although the Creeperian monarchy has been in power almost continuously since 1231, it maintained power through military force and often times corruption through bribery and embezzlement. Even during the first and second Parliaments, Creeperopolis was characterized by a system in which politicians provided bribes to their constituents in exchange for support and votes for election or reelection. This type of clientelism constructed a platform through which political corruption had the opportunity to flourish: little political competition and organization outside of the dominant parties existed; it was not possible to independently contest the Conservative–Liberal or CCC–CSP system. Political contestation equated to political, economic, and social isolation and neglect. The parties remained securely in power and government accountability was low.

Hierarchization was the norm. Power was consolidated in the hands of an elite few, and even more narrowly, the Prime Minister and King or Emperor controlled almost all of the practical power in the government. Few checks were set on elected officials’ actions throughout the Conservative–Liberal and CCC–CSP unbroken reign. Consequently, sustained corrupt party rule yielded low levels of transparency and legitimacy within the Creeperian Parliaments. Hundred of years of power provided an opportunity for corruption to accumulate and become increasingly complex. Civil society developed around economic interest aggregation that was organized by the clientelistic government; the parties allowed citizens to collectively bargain under the condition that they would continue to provide political loyalty to the parties and government.

With this type of institutionalized corruption, the political path in Creeperopolis was very narrow. There were specified political participation channels (the parties) and selective electoral mobilization (party members). These issues, deeply engrained in Creeperopolis' political culture over the course of the Parliaments' existence, have continued to generate and institutionalize political corruption in today's Creeperopolis' General Courts and reigning monarchy, long after Parliament ceased to exist. Now that Creeperopolis is a one-party imperial state under the Creeperian Initiative, corruption remains embedded in Creeperian culture.

The Tuxtla Martínez train disaster was the result of rampant corruption between the National Coffee and Sugar Corporation and Unión Pacífico.

Some businesses have suggested that facilitation payments are demanded from the authorities when conducting commercial activities in Creeperopolis and the government often shows favoritism towards certain well-connected companies. Black markets are rampant in Creeperopolis. Several politicians have been arrested for having connections to black markets since 2003. Many corporations have also been implicated in engaging in black markets, selling illegal narcotics, trafficking arms, and engaging in other illegal activities. Sources claim that rampant bribery in the Creeperian military has allowed the rampant insurgent, gang, and death squad violence in southern Creeperopolis to get out of control. Parts of the south are effectively controlled and governed by insurgents, gangs, and death squads.

After the Tuxtla Martínez train disaster on 15 November 2007 and the discovery of bribes sent by the National Coffee and Sugar Corporation to the Unión Pacífico, the CEOs of both companies were put on trial for criminal negligence, corruption, twelve counts of manslaughter, and endangerment of the public. To the surprise of the nation, both were acquitted of all charges by the courts and the Creeperian government. It is highly believed both CORNACA and UP bribed both the judge and government officials to drop their charges.

Purges and disappearances of political opponents

The Creeperian Council of Mayors was established following the Creeperian Civil War in 1949, but it wasn't a democratic entity. Each member was hand picked by the Emperor himself which led to several allegations of cronyism where the Emperor picked those who specifically would do whatever he demanded in exchange for political gains. Following the dissolution of the Council of Mayors in January 2020, it was replaced by the Council of Senators, which itself was dissolved in February 2020 following the 2020 Creeperian coup d'état attempt. The General Courts was established in late-January 2021 to replace the Council of Senators.

Following a state visit by the Grandmaster of Quebecshire, rumors have begun circulating that André Bellerose suggested to Alexander II to hand out several bribes and political favors to Senvarian politicians to help pacify and stabilize the region. These rumors were denied by Alexander II and Bellerose.[33] Allegations have appeared against Alexander II accusing him of ordering the National Intelligence Directorate to assassinate several members of the Council of Mayors during its existence in order to pacify wars and protests, cover up government corruption, and for personal and financial gain.[34][35][36]

Death squads and militias

Military human rights violations

National Intelligence Directorate

War crimes and atrocities

State sponsored terrorism

Condor Initiative

The Condor Initiative (Creeperian Spanish: Iniciativa Cóndor) is an ongoing campaign in Creeperopolis to oppress denial, commendation, and questioning of the De-Catholization. Communists, socialists, members of the National Council for Peace and Order, and atheists are common targets. The Condor Initiative is mostly overseen, commanded, and conducted by the National Intelligence Directorate.

The Condor Initiative was passed unanimously by the Council of Mayors by a margin of 6,123 for, 0 abstain, 0 against, and 0 absent, on 6 July 1950. As a direct result of the passage of the Condor Initiative, denial, commendation, and questioning of the De-Catholization was made illegal in Creeperopolis. Denying, commending, and questioning the De-Catholization are punishable by the death penalty. The most notable execution on the basis of De-Catholization denial, commendation, or question is the Massacre of the Seven Thousand.

The Creeperian government officially lists 3,195 executions as a result of the Condor Initiative as of June 2020.[citation needed] The official toll notably excludes the Massacre of the Seven Thousand and other undocumented legal and vigilante executions. Experts estimate that the total number of exections ranges anywhere from 20,000 executed up to 75,000 executed. Experts also note that very few people found guilty of denying, commending, or questioning the De-Catholization were handed prison sentences instead of being executed and that the vast majority of executions occurred wihtin two weeks of being found guilty of denying, commending, or questioning the De-Catholization.

Notable people executed as a result of the Condor Initiative include:

  • Ricardo Klement Encarnación, a DEMÉDÉL officer who was the Teguracoa Extermination Camp's doctor on from 1936 to 1949, was lynched and mutilated during the Massacre of the Seven Thousand of 5 April 1957.
  • Pascual Espinar Casaus, the former Minister for Public Safety from 1 September 1934 to 30 September 1949 and leader of Miguelist partisans following the civil war from 1949 to 1953, was beheaded by the 15th Creeperian Army on 14 August 1953.
  • Antonio Gisbert Alcabú, the President-in-Exile from 19 February 2020 to 17 June 2020, was publicly executed by a firing squad of Cruzadore II main battle tanks on 18 June 2020, in open violation of TCN Resolution 010, after being found guilty of 110 charges following Operation Banana the day prior. One of his charges was De-Catholization denial.[37]
  • Andrés Andino Cazalla, the Prime Minister-in-Exile from 19 February 2020 to 27 June 2020 and the President-in-Exile from 18 June 2020 to 27 June 2020, was extradited to Creeperopolis from Terranihil. He was tried and found guilty of 224 charges, including De-Catholization denial, on 7 July 2020. He was thrown out of a Maroto Botín MB-33 helicopter from 3,000 feet over the Bay of Adolfosburg 35 miles off shore with 100 pound weights tied to his legs.[38]

Attitudes towards Creeperopolis by human rights organizations, the media, and academia

Terraconserva Council of Nations

See also

Flag of Creeperopolis.jpg Creeperopolis portal
TCNFlagNew.png Terraconserva portal

Notes

  1. The Kingdom of Atlántida initially joined the International Organization of Human Rights in 1605 under the Prime Ministership of José Figueroa Fernández of the Liberal Party. Atlántida's membership ceased when it was annexed to Creeperopolis in 1949.
  2. The Kingdom of Castilliano initially joined the International Organization of Human Rights in 1636 Prime Ministership of Ramón Aguinaldo Fernán of the National Liberal Party. Castilliano withdrew membership in 1823 following the coup d'état staged by Maximiliano Saelices Dávalos of the National Pro-Fatherland Front and the Castillianan Army, but Castilliano rejoined the organization in 1846 under Bernabé Sarmiento Cambeiro and the Party for Democratic Reconciliation. Castilliano's membership ceased when it was annexed to Creeperopolis in 1949.
  3. The Kingdom of Senvar initially joined the International Organization of Human Rights in 1731 under the Prime Ministership of Gustav Merkel of the Senvarian Constitutionalist Party. Senvar's membership ceased when it was annexed to Creeperopolis in 1839.
  4. Excluding the 2020 Trial of Alyosha Karamazov.
  5. The figure of 123,021 murders in 2019 does not include people who were killed as a result of warfare or executions in the country.
  6. The Creeperian National Military Tribunal is composed of nine people: The Minister of Defense, the Minister of Internal Affairs, the Minister of External Affairs, the Minister of Law Enforcement, the Minister of Intelligence, the Minister of the Treasury, the Minister of Labor, the Minister of Education, the Minister of Transportation, and the Grand Prince of Creeperopolis. Since 1933, the Minister of Defense and the Minister of Intelligence have been the same person and sometimes the ministries are considered to be the same.
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 7.15 7.16 7.17 7.18 7.19 7.20 7.21 7.22 7.23 7.24 7.25 7.26 7.27 7.28 Capital Crime enforced by the Constitution.
  8. Atheism in Creeperopolis is defined as outright denial of God's existence. Agnosticism and Irreligiousness are not punishable by the law and are allowed to be practiced, albeit under very heavy restrictions.
  9. 9.00 9.01 9.02 9.03 9.04 9.05 9.06 9.07 9.08 9.09 9.10 9.11 9.12 9.13 9.14 9.15 9.16 9.17 9.18 Method of capital punishment no longer used.
  10. Resolution 010 of the Terraconserva Council of Nations banned the use of fire in executions methods: "[Methods of capital punishment] involving the use of fire or incendiary items[.]" Since its passage on 28 March 2020, the Creeperian government has never outlawed the practice of using fire and it has occasionally continued to burn people alive as a method of capital punishment. Creeperopolis voted against TCN Resolution 010 when it went up for vote.
  11. Only ever used once in 1446 to execute Pánfilo Kassandro Rodríguez for his role in the House of Martínez Massacre.
  12. Catholics believe that Baphomet is a demon that works alongside Satan in Hell. Catholics believed that Muhammad, the founder of Islam, was the incarnation of Baphomet. As such, the Creeperian government refers to Muhammad as Baphomet, as does Creeperian academia and the Creeperian education system.
  13. A Motion to Cleanse the Fatherland From Sin passed with a total vote tally of 6,123 for, 0 against, and 0 abstaining.

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