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Jeremy Oakes

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HRÜ Jeremy Oakes, Prince of Optima, etc.
1st Prince of Optima
Asssumed office
October 20 2008
Prime Minister Vacant (October 20, 2008)
Michael Sander (October 21, 2008 - February 5, 2011)
Chancellor Vacant (October 20, 2008)
Reuben Howe (October 21, 2008 - July 20, 2010)
Joshua Earle (July 20, 2010 - present)
Predecessor Office established
Successor Incumbent
Chancellor of Dranoria
Assumed office
April 10 2011
King Nachington
Predecessor Office established
Successor Incumbent
Member of Parliament of Dranoria
Assumed office
May 26, 2011
King Nachington
Predecessor Office established
Successor Incumbent
Personal information
Born April 5 1996
Adelaide, South Australia
Citizenship Australia, Aerican Empire, Lovely, Dranoria, Sirocco, Yabloko
Nationality Australian, Dranorian
Ethnicity Anglo-Saxon
Political party Socialist Isocratic Party
Occupation Student
Portfolio several
Religion Hyper-Neo-Pagan, Universal Life Church
Signature
Military service
Nickname(s) ouch.jars
Allegiance Royal Dranorian Military Corps
In service 2
Rank Lieutenant
Battles/wars First Battle of Kavanagh, Battle of Parklife, Battle of Graceland

Jeremy Oakes GSc MOF OTR OKOZ KOC, etc. is the founder of Optima and has been its prince for its whole existence. He was responsible for some development of Dranoria and is now its chancellor.

Early life and education

Oakes was born in Adelaide in 1996 and attended Catholic private schools until Year 9, but has himself not believed in any gods since Year 4. He will complete secondary education in a public specialist science and mathematics school.

Micronationalism

Oakes founded Optima one Monday night in his room after being inspired by the Aerican Empire and Lovely—he retains citizenship of both nations. He was first part of his own Democratic Green Socialist Labour Party, which merged with Michael Sander's Liberal Socialist Party in 2009. During the party's first official caucus in July 2010, he was elected to the first position on the party list. He was the main organiser of the Citizens' Congress, held on the 14th of November 2010, that ended the very provisional government structure and resulted in many reforms.

He was the main figure in uniting Optima with Dranoria and has contributed to Dranorian government somewhat. He launched the Dranorian census and was appointed Chancellor on April 10 2011. He was elected a Member Parliament in the first Dranorian elections on May 29, 2011[1].

Personal life, interests, and other hobbies

Jeremy is a reasonably competent pianist and has some experience with other instruments and music editing. He studies Japanese, aiming to become at least semi-fluent in the language.

He is openly bisexual, having come out during late 2009 to friends and classmates, and in the intermicronational community after King Anthony did on November 5, 2010[2].

Full style

His Royal Überness
Commander (Hon) Reverend Jeremy Oakes of Dranoria GSc MOF OTR OKOZ KOC DMP OSM
Chancellor of Dranoria
Prince of Optima
Marquess of Welton
Kount of Kavanagh
Bailiff of Shark
Protector of the Upper Clovelly, etc.
Foreign Minister and Principal Ambassador of Dranoria
Minister for the Interior, Minister for Culture and Recreation, and Minister for Silly Walks of Optima
President of the Dranorian Broadcasters' Guild
Chief Civil Guardian of Optima
Chancellor of the University of Optima
Webmaster-General, Postmaster-General, Oopsy-Sparkler-General, Vexillologist-General, Senior Clerk of Vitamins

Arms

Oakes' coat of arms is described as Party per chevron, Or and sable, a cross fleury purpure.

Awards and decorations

Gallery

References

  1. Dranorian election results, May 2011
  2. Comment, On The Throne: King Anthony leaves Narnia, The Zealandian Times, November 4, 2010