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OOC Info (OOC)

Chris/Cranlet/Van Hool Islands

Personal Info

Born:

24 May 2000

Birthplace:

Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Residence:

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Age:

17

Political party:

Liberal (federal)

Other political affiliations:

Alberta Party (provincial)

Religion:

Agnostic Christian

Gender:

Male

Known languages:

English

Ancestry:

Welsh, English, German, Swedish

Political Ideology:

Liberalism, centrism, egalitarianism, Green liberalism, civic nationalism,
radical Macronism, CANZUK unionism

Economic Ideology:

Welfare capitalism



Opinions

  • Pro: Liberalism, the environment, the EU, CANZUK, Stephen Mandel

  • Neutral: Trudeau/Scheer/Singh, the United States, libertarianism

  • Anti: Australia being in Eurovision while Canada and New Zealand aren't, extremism (of any kind), pineapple on pizza

Cities and places that I'd like to visit one day


Current puppets


    British guangzhou
    Pelotas
    Channel islands federation
    Great karoo

Former puppets


    Kamchatka and bering
    Vancouver and queen charlotte islands
    Greater vancouver

Youtubers I like


Favourite and least favourite music genres



Favourite: LinkJangle pop (especially LinkDunedin sound), Linkcity pop, Linksophisti-pop, Linknew wave, Linkcollege rock, LinkAustralian pub rock, LinkFrench house
Least favourite: Modern Linkpop-country, modern Linkhip-hop, LinkChristian rock, post-2007 Linkpop punk, (most) Linkhair metal, Linknu-metal
Hobbies, including some weird ones

    Transport in general, especially cars and rail transport, but also air transport and trucking
    Geography
    Politics
    Music
    Television broadcasting
    Shopping centres
    Infrastructure
    Graphic design/logo design

Favourite TV shows


Topsters chart (42 albums that I like)



Who I'd have voted for


Canadian (federal)

1945 - W.L. Mackenzie King (LinkLiberal)
1949 - Louis St. Laurent (Liberal)
1953 - Louis St. Laurent (Liberal)
1953 - John Diefenbaker (LinkProgressive Conservative)
1958 - John Diefenbaker (Progressive Conservative)
1962 - John Diefenbaker (Progressive Conservative)
1963 - John Diefenbaker (Progressive Conservative)
1965 - John Diefenbaker (Progressive Conservative)
1968 - Pierre Trudeau (Liberal)
1972 - Pierre Trudeau (Liberal)
1974 - Pierre Trudeau (Liberal)
1979 - Joe Clark (Progressive Conservative)
1980 - Joe Clark (Progressive Conservative)
1984 - John Turner (Liberal)
1988 - John Turner (Liberal)
1993 - Jean Chrétien (Liberal)
1997 - Jean Chrétien (Liberal)
2000 - Jean Chrétien (Liberal)
2004 - Paul Martin (Liberal)
2006 - Paul Martin (Liberal)
2008 - Jack Layton (LinkNew Democratic)
2011 - Jack Layton (New Democratic)
2015 - Justin Trudeau (Liberal)
2019 - Justin Trudeau (Liberal)

Albertan (Canadian provincial)

1948 - James Harper Prowse (LinkLiberal)
1952 - James Harper Prowse (Liberal)
1955 - James Harper Prowse (Liberal)
1959 - Grant MacEwan (Liberal)
1963 - Dave Hunter (Liberal)
1967 - Peter Lougheed (LinkProgressive Conservative)
1971 - Peter Lougheed (Progressive Conservative)
1975 - Peter Lougheed (Progressive Conservative)
1979 - Peter Lougheed (Progressive Conservative)
1982 - Peter Lougheed (Progressive Conservative)
1985 - Don Getty (Progressive Conservative)
1989 - Don Getty (Progressive Conservative)
1993 - Ralph Klein (Progressive Conservative)
1997 - Ralph Klein (Progressive Conservative)
2001 - Ralph Klein (Progressive Conservative)
2004 - Ralph Klein (Progressive Conservative)
2008 - Ed Stelmach (Progressive Conservative)
2012 - Danielle Smith (LinkWildrose)
2015 - Greg Clark (LinkAlberta)
2019 - Stephen Mandel (Alberta)

British

1945 - Clement Davies (LinkLiberal)
1950 - Clement Davies (Liberal)
1951 - Clement Davies (Liberal)
1955 - Clement Davies (Liberal)
1959 - Jo Grimond (Liberal)
1964 - Jo Grimond (Liberal)
1966 - Jo Grimond (Liberal)
1970 - Jeremy Thorpe (Liberal)
1974 (February) - Jeremy Thorpe (Liberal)
1974 (October) - Jeremy Thorpe (Liberal)
1979 - David Steel (Liberal)
1983 - David Steel-Roy Jenkins (LinkSDP-Liberal Alliance)
1987 - David Steel-David Owen (SDP-Liberal Alliance)
1992 - John Major (LinkConservative)
1997 - Tony Blair (LinkLabour)
2001 - Tony Blair (Labour)
2005 - Tony Blair (Labour)
2010 - David Cameron (Conservative)
2015 - Nick Clegg (LinkLiberal Democrat)
2017 - Tim Farron (Liberal Democrat)
2022 - Vince Cable (Liberal Democrat)

Australian

1946 - Ben Chifley (LinkLabor)
1949 - Ben Chifley (Labor)
1951 - Ben Chifley (Labor)
1954 - H.V. Evatt (Labor)
1955 - H.V. Evatt (Labor)
1958 - H.V. Evatt (Labor)
1961 - Arthur Calwell (Labor)
1963 - Arthur Calwell (Labor)
1966 - Harold Holt (LinkLiberal)
1969 - John Gorton (Liberal)
1972 - William McMahon (Liberal)
1974 - Billy Sneddon (Liberal)
1975 - Malcolm Fraser (Liberal)
1977 - Malcolm Fraser (Liberal)
1980 - Malcolm Fraser (Liberal)
1983 - Bob Hawke (Labor)
1986 - Bob Hawke (Labor)
1987 - Bob Hawke (Labor)
1990 - Bob Hawke (Labor)
1993 - Paul Keating (Labor)
1996 - Paul Keating (Labor)
1998 - Meg Lees (LinkAustralian Democrats)
2001 - Natasha Stott Despoja (Australian Democrats)
2004 - Andrew Bartlett (Australian Democrats)
2007 - Kevin Rudd (Labor)
2010 - Julia Gillard (Labor)
2013 - Kevin Rudd (Labor)
2016 - Malcolm Turnbull (Liberal)
2019 - Bill Shorten (Labor)
Voting Guide (current)
North America

Canada - LinkLiberal

United States - LinkDemocratic Party
Mexico - LinkNew Alliance Party
Guatemala - LinkVision with Values
Costa Rica - LinkNational Liberation Party
Panama - LinkDemocratic Revolutionary Party
Jamaica - LinkPeople's National Party
Bahamas - LinkProgressive Liberal Party

Europe

United Kingdom - LinkLiberal Democrats

Republic of Ireland - LinkIrish Labour
France - LinkLa République En Marche
Spain - LinkCitizens
Portugal - LinkSocial Democratic Party
Germany - LinkFree Democratic Party
Switzerland - LinkFDP.The Liberals
Netherlands - LinkDemocrats 66
Belgium - LinkOpen VLD
Italy - LinkPopular Alternative
Iceland - LinkReform Party
Norway - LinkVenstre
Denmark - LinkSocial Liberals
Sweden - LinkLiberals
Finland - LinkCentre Party
Estonia - LinkReform Party
Greece - LinkNew Democracy

Asia and Oceania

Japan - LinkConstitutional Democratic Party
Republic of Korea - LinkDemocratic Party of Korea
Taiwan - LinkDemocratic Progressive Party
Hong Kong - LinkCivic Party
Macau - LinkNew Macau Association
Philippines - LinkLiberal Party
Singapore - LinkReform Party
Malaysia - LinkPakatan Harapan
Indonesia - LinkDemocratic Party
Israel - LinkKulanu
Australia - LinkCentre Alliance
New Zealand - LinkLabour

South America

Chile - LinkParty for Democracy
Brazil - LinkSocial Democratic Party
Argentina - LinkCambiemos
Uruguay - LinkColorado Party

Africa

South Africa - LinkDemocratic Alliance

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