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Orlando Pareja Palau
Orlando Pareja Palau as President of El Salvador.jpg
Pareja Palau in 2021.
President of El Salvador
Assumed office
1 January 2021
MonarchAlexander III
Prime MinisterRoberto Sánchez Figueroa
Vice PresidentAntonio Ulloa Garay
Preceded byAlexander Giammattei Falla
Personal details
Born
Orlando Óscar Pareja Palau

(1974-07-24) 24 July 1974 (age 46)
San Romero, San Romero, Creeperopolis
Citizenship Creeperopolis
 El Salvador
Political partyCreeperian Initiative
Spouse(s)Gabriela Rodríguez Perezalonso
Children2
Alma materAntonio José Sáenz Heredia University
ProfessionProfessor, politician
Signature
Military service
Allegiance Creeperopolis
Branch/serviceCreeperian Air Force
Years of service1998–2004
RankPCP.4 - SG2.svg Sergeant
Unit18th Air Force Wing
Battles/warsMara War
2003 Creeperian coup d'état (disputed)
LanguageCreeperian Spanish
GenreHistory, Propaganda
Notable worksHistoria de Catolicismo
La'Liberación del Gran Sacramento
La'De-Catolización
Years active1998, 2005–present

Orlando Óscar Pareja Palau (b. 24 July 1974) is a Salvadoran politician and Creeperian author and former professor who is the incumbent President of El Salvador. He assumed office on 1 January 2021 after winning the November 2020 presidential election.[1][2]

Pareja Palau is a controversial figure due to his support for the Jewish Holocaust conspiracy theory, his overt Malgaphobia, and his general unprofessionalism as a politician.[2][3] He has also been known to publish several works of propoganda that heavily support the Creeperian government and oppose and even attack groups such as Muslims, Homosexuals, Atheists, and Leftists.[2]

Early life

Orlando Óscar Pareja Palau was born on 24 July 1974 in San Romero, San Romero, Creeperopolis. His father is Óscar Armando Pareja Ortez and his mother is Olga Miranda Palau Kattán. He is the second of three children, with his older sister being Layla Susana Pareja Palau and his younger brother being Jesús Adolfo Pareja Palau. Pareja Palau and his family lived in the city of San Romero until 1981 when his father got a job for the National Coffee and Sugar Corporation, after which they moved to San Adolfo.

Before he turned 18, Pareja Palau had to choose to either complete his four year conscription immediately and attend university after, known as Planea de Conscription A, or attend university first for a given amount of years for seperate lenghts of conscription, known as Planeas de Conscription B–D. Plan B was 4 years of univisity but 8 years of conscription, Plan C was 6 years of university and 6 years of conscription, while Plan D was 8 years of university and 4 years of conscription. Pareja Palau chose Plan C and attended Antonio José Sáenz Heredia University from 1992 to 1998. He graduated in 1998 with a master's degree in National History and another in Political Science & Government. He wrote Historia de Catolicismo for his National History course. The book eventually became his most controversial work, but nonetheless, he won the Best Upcoming Creeperian Author of 1998 award for the work. He joined the Creeperian Initiative in 1998.

Military service

Pareja Palau enlisted in the Creeperian Air Force on 1 Januaray 1998 to serve his 6 years of conscription. He was a part of the 18th Air Force Wing and attained the maximum rank of Sergeant. During his service years, he became a fighter pilot for the Maroto Botín MB-23 fighter jet.

According to Pareja Palau himself and official documents, he was actively involved in bombing operations during the Mara War against Mara Salvatrucha, particularly in Operation Santiago Matadeltinianos in 1999. Pareja Palau also claims to have bombed the Council of Mayors buildings during the 18 June 2003 Creeperian coup d'état. Although the 18th Air Force Wing did participate in the the bombing of the Council of Mayors during the coup, no definitive documents have surfaced that verify Pareja Palau's claims. Minister of Defense Augusto Cabañeras Gutiérrez stated that he does not know for sure if Pareja Palau did participate in the bombing but that he would like to believe that it was true. He was honorably discharged from the Air Force on 31 December 2004 after serving for six years.

Academic career

Pareja Palau returned to Antonio José Sáenz Heredia University in 2005 to become a professor of National History and Political Science & Government. He was accepted and began teaching in 2006. Before he began teaching, in 2005, he published Historia de los'Reyes, a work that briefly covers every Creeperian monarch from Head Chief Machtītin I in 220BC until Emperor Alexander II. He also published La'Cruzada, a work that covers the events of the Creeperian Crusade from 1231 to 1345 in great detail. Both works allowed him to win the Best Creeperian Author of 2005 award.

From 2005 to 2009, he studied for to more degrees at the university while teaching there. He completed 2009 with a bachelor's degree in International Relations & Affairs and another in Law. He wrote and published La'Liberación del Gran Sacramento for his International Relations & Affairs course in 2007, earning him the Best Creeperian Author of 2007 award.

In 2013, Pareja Palau published La'De-Catolización, a work critics say is by far his greatest. The work covered the events of the De-Catholization, the Creeperian Civil War-era genocide perpatrated by the National Council for Peace and Order from 1933 until 1949. In it, he describes what the National Council did to the genocide's victims. He denounced communism and atheism in the work. He also opposes the figures of homosexuals and Deltinian Muslims. He acknowledges that they were in fact killed, but he stated that their deaths were necessary and legal and did not constitute a war crime. The work earned him the Best Creeperian Author of 2013 award and the Gaceta Creeperiano Common Creeperian of the Year for 2013.

After the publication of La'De-Catolización, the Creeperian government hired Pareja Palau to produce historical reports to use in the Creeperian education system. Much of Pareja Palau's political beliefs made their way into the reports he created for the Creeperian government which still has a significant impact on the Creeperian education system to this day.

Political career

November 2020 Salvadoran presidential election

Pareja Palau after being nominated for President of El Salvador in October 2020.

On 7 October 2019, the Salvadoran government of President Alexander Giammattei Falla and anti-government protestors reached an agreement to end the protests that had been ongoing since January 2020.[4] The Ciudad Los'Ángeles Agreement was signed by both parties which put new elections into effect, nullifying both the 2019 and April 2020 presidential elections.[4]

The agreement was as follows:

The factions also agreed that three political parties would exist: the Creeperian Initiative, the Salvadoran Pro-Fatherland Front, and the Salvadoran Popular Movement.[4] The three agreed that only the Creeperian Initiative could run candidates in the presidential elections and that only the Salvadoran Pro-Fatherland Front and the Salvadoran Popular Movement could run candidates in the legislative election.[4]

The government and protestors agreed to hold the elections on 1 November 2020 in the form as a general election. 1 November was to be set as the date for all future elections as it had been in the past.[4] The results of the previous election in April 2020 were agreed to be cancelled. Alexander Giammattei Falla agreed to continue serving as President until 1 January 2021 when the new President would take over.[4] He also agreed to not run for reelection.[4] The new constitution would prohibit people from holding the office of President for two consecutive terms, just like the then current constitution did.[4] The constitution would also set the seat count of the Legislative Assembly at 111, each representing one legislative district in El Salvador.[4]

The Creeperian Initiative announced its candidates shortly after the signing of the agreements.[4][5] The first nomination for President put forth by the Creeperian Initiative was Pareja Palau.[5] His running mate was Antonio Ulloa Garay, the former Mayor of El Congo from 2011 to 2019. He graduated from the University of Ciudad Los'Ángeles in 1999 and became a lawyer and joined the Initiaitve in 2003. Ulloa Garay was chosen by then President Manuel Arboleda Guillén to be the Mayor of El Congo in 2011. He resigned as Mayor in 2019 and returned to being a lawyer.

Creeperian Initiative
1st Creeperian Initiative ticket
Orlando Pareja Palau Antonio Ulloa Garay
for President for Vice President
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Political Science Professor at
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(1998–2020)
17th
Mayor of El Congo
(2011–2019)
The campaign logo for Orlando 2020.

The Pareja Palau–Ulloa Garay campaign, officially called Orlando 2020, released the following agenda for their campaign:

  1. Take a larger in the Cooperation and Development Coalition (CODECO)
  2. Spread awarness of the "Jewish Holocaust" in El Salvador
  3. Attract investors from Quebecshire
  4. Invest in the tourism market
  5. Redevelop the infrastructe of cities on the Granada River
  6. Establish a Salvadoran division of the National Intelligence Directorate
  7. Allow National Coffee and Sugar Corporation (CORNACA) investment in El Salvador
  8. Militarization of the Salvadoran National Police
  9. Establish automatic death penalty for membership in Mara Salvatrucha

Pareja Palau faced two other competetors in the election. The second nomination for President put forth by the Creeperian Initiative was Santiago Hernán Morales Cabrera, the mayor of Santa Ana in Santa Ana, Creeperopolis.[5] He graduated from the University of Santa Ana in 1991 and joined the Initiaitve the same year. Morales Cabrera became mayor of Santa Ana in 2006. Morales Cabrera's running mate was Ernesto Cabrera Franco, a law professor at the University of Ciudad Los'Ángeles. He graduated from that university in 1996. The third nomination for President put forth by the Creeperian Initiative was César Romero Castillo Reyes, the former mayor of Sonsonate in Sonsonate, Creeperopolis.[5] He graduated from the University of Sonsonate in 1992 and joined the Initiaitve the in 1993. Castillo Reyes became mayor of Santa Ana in 2004 and resigned in 2018. Castillo Reyes's running mate was Ramiro León Carpio (b. 3 March 1974), a political science professor at the University of Ciudad Los'Ángeles. He graduated from that university in 1996.

Pareja Palau and Ulloa Garay won the election with 3,292,292 votes, making up 39.59% of the total vote.[1]

Presidency

Pareja Palau and Ulloa Garay assumed office on 1 January 2021, becoming the youngest President in modern Salvadoran history, being younger than Félix Cristiani Burkard in 1995 by two years.

Personal life

Pareja Palau and Gabriela Rodríguez Perezalonso in 2014.

Pareja Palau is a devout Creeperian Catholic and supports the Church with his "whole mind, body, and soul." He is an ultranationalist and upholds Creeperopolis, and now El Salvador, above all else. He vehemently opposes Atheism, Communism, Homosexuality, and Islam, referring to all of them as the "Four Horsemen of Sin and Suffering."

He declares himself to be the "proudest Romerist to ever live."

I am Orlando Pareja Palau. I am a Romerist. I am the proudest Romerist to ever live. I reject homosexuality. I reject communism. I reject atheism. I reject Islam and Baphomet.[lower-alpha 1] I only serve the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit, the Emperor, and the Fatherland. May the Fatherland triumph against the Four Horsemen of Sin and Suffering. May God strike down those who sin against him without any sign of remorse or repentance. I believe in forgiveness, but homosexuality, communism, atheism, and Islam are too great of crimes for us mortals to forgive. That is why they must be sentenced to death for God to be the ultimate decider if they truly repent and are welcomed to Heaven.

— Orlando Pareja Palau, 2016

He married Gabriela Roberta Rodríguez Perezalonso on 5 May 2007. They have 2 children: Isabela Fatima Pareja Rodríguez and Romero Orlando Pareja Rodríguez.

Controversies

Pareja Palau has been accused of several controversies since 1998, some of which he denies, and some of which he proudly accepts as fact.

Corruption

During the first presidential debate for the November 2020 Salvadoran election on 10 October, Pareja Palau got into an argument with the debate moderator, Carlos Franco Rodríguez. Franco Rodríguez told Pareja Palau, "your chances at being elected are at the will of the voters."[3] Pareja Palau responded by saying "You can think that."[3] The Quebecshirite Broadcasting Corporation reported the remark that Pareja Palau made the day following the debate.[3] Pareja Palau denied making the remarks, calling it "Malgan propaganda."[3] The remark lead to speculation that the election was rigged and that Pareja Palau would have won no matter what.[2]

Homophobia

Pareja Palau is overtly homophobic.[2] He denies the label "homophobic" and instead refers to himself as an "Anti-Homosexual" explaining that "I don't fear gays, I despise them." In La'De-Catolización, he stated, "The life of a Creeperian or a Catholic is much more valuable than one of a Deltinian or a Homosexual." During the first presidential debate for the November 2020 Salvadoran election on 10 October, Pareja Palau attacked homosexuals on many occasions.[3] Domitien Ntaryamira, a Lyoan politician, stated that he approved the Pareja Palau's "strong stance against homosexuality."

Islamophobia

Pareja Palau lecturing about the "Jewish Holocaust" at Antonio José Sáenz Heredia University in 2018.

Pareja Palau is overtly Islamophobic.[2] He denies the label "Islamophobic" and instead refers to himself as an "Anti-Islamist" explaining that "I don't fear Muslims, I despise them." In La'De-Catolización, he stated, "The life of a Creeperian or a Catholic is much more valuable than one of a Deltinian or a Homosexual." In La'Liberación del Gran Sacramento, Pareja Palau attacked Greater Sacramento for its "overt homosexuality and Islamization" stating that it is "the birthplace of the degenerate religion of Baphomet."[lower-alpha 1]

In Historia de Catolicismo, Pareja Palau supported the truth of the so-called "Jewish Holocaust," a conspiracy theory that asserts Muslims in the area of present-day Greater Sacramento perpetrated a genocide against the Jewish people from 33AD to 900AD.[2] The conspiracy theory commonly cites the disappearance of Judaism in the country during that time. Despite reputable historians stating that there was no genocide against the Jewish people and that the Jews in Greater Sacramento converted to Christianity or Islam, Pareja Palau claims that the conspiracy theory is fact. He claims that he was researching the Holocaust since 1983, but many agree that he plagiarized the conspiracy theory from Skilir Abers, a Terranilian professor at the University of Tolongen, who first published the conspiracy theory in the Terranilian History Journal in 1995. Nonetheless, Historia de Catolicismo had a serious impact on Creeperian academia and belief in the conspiracy theory is mandated in Creeperopolis as an unquestionable truth about the history of the Abrahamic Relgions. It was instituted into the Creeperian education system as Anti-Islamic propaganda aimed at demonizing the minority Deltinian Muslim population of Creeperopolis.[citation needed]

"The unquestionable truth about the Jewish Holocaust in Greater Sacramento cannot be questioned. It is a fact that it occured from 632AD to 900AD as an attempt to destroy Judaism from the area. The Jewish Holocaust proves the inherit evils of Islam, and as such, proves why [Deltinian] Islam has no place in Creeperopolis."

— Augusto Cabañeras Gutiérrez, 2008

The Jewish Holocaust is commonly cited as what could or will happen to Creeperian Catholicism if Deltinian Islam is allowed to continue to exist.[citation needed] It is used as "evidence" by critics of the Creeperian government in order to prove the existence of a "Deltinian Genocide" in southern Creeperopolis.[citation needed]

Pareja Palau endorsed the Creeperian government's decision to make practicing Islam punishable by death in May 2020, praising it as "a step in the right direction for Creeperopolis."

Malgaphobia

Pareja Palau is overtly Malgaphobic.[2] He denies the label "Malgaphobic" and instead refers to himself as an "Anti-Malgan" or an "Anti-Malger" explaining that "I don't fear Malgers, I despise them." He commonly uses the racial slur "Malger" when referring to Malgans. During the first presidential debate for the November 2020 Salvadoran election on 10 October, both Pareja Palau and Morales Cabrera used the racial slur "Malger" 69 times.[2][3] They continued to discuss the existence of the "Malger World Order" or "Malger–Squg World Order" and "Malgerbeshia," in reference to Aurebeshia, as a threat to El Salvador and Creeperopolis.[3] Morales Cabrera defended Pareja Palau's and his own overt racism against Malgans by stating that "Hating Malgers is not racist."[3]

Published works

Awards and honors

Academic degrees

  • Master's degree in National History from Antonio José Sáenz Heredia University (1998)
  • Master's degree in Political Science & Government from Antonio José Sáenz Heredia University (1998)
  • Bachelor's degree in International Relations & Affairs from Antonio José Sáenz Heredia University (2009)
  • Bachelor's degree in Law from Antonio José Sáenz Heredia University (2009)
  • Doctor of National History of Antonio José Sáenz Heredia University (2013)

Organization honors and awards

  • Best Upcoming Creeperian Author of 1998
  • Best Creeperian Author of 2005
  • Best Creeperian Author of 2007
  • Best Creeperian Author of 2009
  • Best Creeperian Author of 2013
  • Gaceta Creeperiano Common Creeperian of the Year (2013)
  • Honorary member of the San Romero Romerists, #OPP (2014)
  • Best Creeperian Author of 2016
  • Top 100 Most Influential San Romerists, #23 (2017)
  • Best Creeperian Author of 2017
  • Best Creeperian Author of 2019
  • Pareja Palau Square named after him in San Romero (2020)
  • Best Creeperian Author of 2020[6]
  • Top 100 Most Influential San Romerists, #2 (2020)[7]

State or government honors and awards

See also

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 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 academey and the Creeperian education system.

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Orlando Pareja Palau Wins the Election in El Salvador" (in Creeperian and Salvadoran Spanish). Ciudad Los’Ángeles: Salvadoran Government. 2 November 2020.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 Hernández Alvarado, Orlando Miguel (29 December 2020). "Final Remarks on the Year". elfaro.com. El Faro Weekly Report (in Creeperian Spanish). Barreiganca, Andaluzia, Greater Sacramento: El Faro. pp. 1–7. Retrieved 29 December 2020.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 Donnet, Florent. "The Salvadoran Election and its Consequences for Quebecshire and Terraconserva" (in Quebecshirite). Quebecshire City: Quebecshirite Broadcasting Corporation.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  4. 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 "Ciudad Los'Ángeles Agreement". Gaceta Creeperiano El Salvador (in Creeperian Spanish). Ciudad Los’Ángeles: Gaceta Creeperiano. 7 October 2020.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 5.3 "Initiative Announces Candidates". Gaceta Creeperiano El Salvador (in Creeperian Spanish). Ciudad Los’Ángeles: Gaceta Creeperiano. 7 October 2020.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  6. "Best Creeperian Author of 2020" (in Creeperian Spanish). Best Creeperian Author. 29 December 2020. p. 1. Retrieved 29 December 2020.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)
  7. "Top 100 Most Influential San Romerists" (in Creeperian Spanish). Top 100 Most Influential San Romerists. 29 December 2020. p. 2. Retrieved 29 December 2020.CS1 maint: unrecognized language (link)