Político del Romerismo (2003)

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Policy of Romerism
AuthorAlexander II of Creeperopolis
Original titlePolítico del Romerismo
CountryCreeperopolis
LanguageCreeperian Spanish
SubjectGovernment Policy
GenrePolitics
PublishedDecember 3, 2003
PublisherCreeperian Government
Media typeManifesto
Pages403
Preceded byPolítico del Romerismo (1949) 

Policy of Romerism (Creeperian Spanish: Político del Romerismo) is a manifesto which was written by Creeperian Emperor Alexander II and published on December 3, 2003. His manifesto was a revision of a previous manifesto also called Político del Romerismo which was written by Emperor Romero II and published on December 3, 1949, following the end of the Creeperian Civil War.

Contents

Policy of Romerism covers several government policies of the Creeperian government. Several policies were previously established in Político del Romerismo from 1949 while others were instituted in the revised 2003 edition.

Chapter Topic Pages Summary
I Introducción Introduction 1-31 The first chapter (Introducción) covers a summary of Creeperian history from the Creeperian Crusade in 1231 up to the 2003 Creeperian coup d'état. The chapter glorifies the actions of several Emperors such as Alfonso I, Miguel I, Carlos III, Manuel III, Adolfo III, and Romero I. It also condemns the actions of several significant figures in Creeperian history such as Suleiman III, Miguel V, Orlando Moreno Hidalgo, Frederick Schuessler I, Miguel VII, Marcos I, and Alfonso VI.
II El Constitución The Constitution 32-72 The second chapter (El Constitución) is an exact copy of the Constitution of Creeperopolis and goes into extreme detail on what each Title, Chapter, Section, and Article of the Constitution means. The current state of the book only extends until the version of the Constitution in 2003.
III El Proposito del Imperio The Purpose of the Empire 73-97 The third chapter (El Proposito del Imperio) explains the purpose of the existence of the Empire and the Monarchy. It states that the Empire's power is fundamentally derived from God and that the Emperor was established on the throne by the will of God through Divine Right.
IV El Señor Dios The Lord God 98-131 The fourth chapter (El Señor Dios) justifies the existence of the Empire and Monarchy further by using several Bible to portray the Empire as being formed by the will of God and Jesús
V Político Romeristo Romerist Policy 131-132 The fifth chapter (Político Romeristo) is a brief introduction to the remainder of the manifesto which covers several government policies.
VI Anticomunismo Anti-Communism 133-159 The sixth chapter (Anticomunismo) pushes forward the government policy of Anticomunismo. The chapter justifies the use of capital punishment on communists by attacking the National Council for Peace and Order, the most prominent communist entity in Creeperian history. The CNPO's war crimes during the Creeperian Civil War were presented in such a way to denounce all communist movements. The Creeperian Social Communist Party, the Communist Party of Quebecshire, and the People's Republic of Morova were also condemned and heavily criticized.
VII Antiateísmo Anti-Atheism 160-199 The seventh chapter (Antiateísmo) pushes forward the government policy of Antiateísmo. The chapter justifies the use of capital punishment on Atheists by attacking the National Council for Peace and Order, the most prominent atheist entity in Creeperian history, similarly to the method used by the sixth chapter (Anticomunismo). The Creeperian Social Communist Party, the Atheist Red Army, the People's Republic of Morova, and the Republic of Terranihil were also condemned and heavily criticized.
VIII Antislamismo Anti-Islamism 200-234 The eighth chapter (Antislamismo) pushes forward the government policy of Antislamismo. The chapter justifies the shaming and exclusion of Muslims, particularly Deltinian Muslims, from public life. The Caliphate of Deltino is very heavily condemned since it was the nation that ended the original Kingdom of Creeperopolis in 745AD and established the puppet Emirate of Rabadsun. Muslims in general are also criticized. The chapter is very suggestive of starting a genocide against Deltinian Muslims.[citation needed]
IX Antiaborción Anti-Abortion 235-248 The ninth chapter (Antiaborción) pushes forward the government policy of Antiaborción. The chapter justifies the shaming and exclusion of women who recieve abortions from public life and justifies the use of capital punishment on those who preform abortions.
X Antihomosexualidad Anti-Homosexuality 249-277 The tenth chapter (Antihomosexualidad) pushes forward the government policy of Antihomosexualidad. The chapter justifies the use of capital punishment on homosexuals, bisexuals, lesbians, and transgenders. The Islamic Republic of Greater Sacramento is criticized in the chapter.
XI Antimara Anti-Mara 278-326 The eleventh chapter (Antimara), the longest chapter, pushes forward the government policy of Antimara. The chapter justifies the use of capital punishment on members of Mara Salvatrucha, the largest criminal gang and drug cartel in Creeperopolis. The chapter glorifies the efforts of the Creeperian Armed Forces in the Mara War.
XII Antiprotestantismo Anti-Protestantism 327-336 The twelfth chapter (Antiprotestantismo) pushes forward the government policy of Antiprotestantismo. The chapter justifies the shaming and exclusion of Protestants from public life. It glorifies the efforts of the Creeperian Armed Forces in the Third Senvarian Insurgency.
XIII Notas en Fina Final Notes 337-355 The thirteenth chapter summarizes chapters VI through XII and gives a final word on the government policies.
XIV Indexo Index 356-403 The fourteenth and final chapter is an index which covers the entire manifesto.

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