Red Terror (Creeperopolis)

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Terror Rojo
Part of the Creeperian Civil War, the Creeperian Conflicts, and De-Catholization
SpanishLeftistsShootStatueOfChrist.jpg
Miguelists symbolically executing Jesús Cristo in 1936.
LocationMiguelist controlled territory in Creeperopolis
DateJanuary 2, 1933-September 30, 1949
(16 years, 8 months and 4 weeks)
TargetRomerists, Conservatives, Rightists, Creeperian Catholics, Creeperian Catholic Church, Salvadorans, Fascists, Monarchists, Homosexuals, and Deltinian Nationalists.
Attack type
Genocide, Ethnocide, Ethnic Cleansing, Cultural Cleansing, Mass Murder, Mass Rape, Looting, Pillaging, Forced Labor
Deaths9-11 million
PerpetratorsNational Council for Peace and Order, State of Granada, Senvarian Liberation Front, Atheist Red Army
MotiveAnti-Catholicism, Anti-Salvadoran Sentiment, Anti-Deltinian Sentiment, Homophobia, Anti-Islamism
LitigationSan Salvador Trials, La'Libertad Trials, Adolfosburg Trials, Salvador Trials, White Terror (extrajudicial), Black Terror (extrajudicial)

The Red Terror (Creeperian Spanish: Terror Rojo) is a name officially given by the Creeperian government to several acts of violence and atrocities committed by the National Council for Peace and Order during the Creeperian Civil War. It is estimated that anywhere around 9 to 11 million were killed by the forces of the National Council for Peace and Order from 1933-1949.

Background

The Creeperian Civil War began on January 2, 1933, with a skirmish in the city of San Salvador del Norte between soldiers loyal to two opposing Emperors: Romero I and Miguel VII. Miguel VII wanted to seize power for himself and depose his brother Romero I. He also wanted to rid the nation of the Parliament and ban all political parties which he believed stood in the way of Creeperopolis' prosperity: the National Conservative Party, the Catholic Royalist Party, the Salvadoran Nationalist Party, and the Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front.

Miguel VII and several of his military advisors, most notably Juan Salinas Figueroa and Miguel Salinas Ortega, agreed that violence against the groups the National Council for Peace and Order saw as standing in the way of Creeperopolis' prosperity must be eliminated. These groups included people aligned with the Catholic Imperial Restoration Council (known as Romerists), Conservatives, lay Creeperian Catholics, clergy of the Creeperian Catholic Church, ethnic Salvadorans, Creeperian Fascists (particularly members of the Creeperian Pro-Fatherland Front and its paramilitary organization known as the Camisas Negras), Creeperian Monarchists, Homosexuals, and Deltinian Nationalists.

Nothing which belongs to the right will survive the terror of the Reds.


Execution of Creeperian Catholics, 1943.

De-Catholization

Las'Muertes de los'Católicos is the most iconic image of De-Catholization, 1944.

De-Catholization, also known as the Creeperian Genocide, was the genocide of Creeperian Catholics, Romerists, and Salvadorans. Between 1933 and 1949 across Miguelist controlled territories of Creeperopolis, the National Council for Peace and Order systematically murdered around 9 to 11 million Creeperian Catholics, Romerists, and Salvadorans, along with any Miguelist dissidents or deserters. The murders were carried out in pogroms, mass executions, mass shootings, and by a policy of extermination through labor in quarries, farmland, and mines. Decatolicismo was used as justification for the genocide.

Massacres, looting, and pillaging were also commonly committed by the Miguelists such as the 1944 La'Libertad Massacre, the 1947 San Salvador Massacre, and the 1948 Burning of North San Salvador.

The genocide was pushed for by Miguelist Emperors Miguel VII and Marcos I and was carried out by the Creeperian Armed Forces loyal to the Miguelists, with assistance from the separatist Senvarian Liberation Front. Groups such as the Creeperian People's Catholic Front, also known as the Cristeros, were created to fight against the Miguelists and their genocide. The Romerist Emperor, Romero I, was killed during the Siege of San Salvador and is considered the "greatest Romerist loss" of De-Catholization. He would be canonized as a saint by Pope Juan Pablo II in 1983 as Creeperopolis' patron saint.

Denial of the genocide is illegal in Creeperopolis and is punishable by death.

Death Toll

Civilians

Clergy

Military

Trials

San Salvador

La'Libertad

Adolfosburg

Salvador

See Also