Aidan McGrath of Paloma

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Aidan
Prince of Greenock
Prince of Greenock
Reign19 March 2020 -
King of Quebec, and the Dominions, Emperor of Émilien and Lord of Arthurin
Reign27 April 2019 – 25 May 2019
31 May 2019 – 11 July 2019
Political offices
Vice-President of Kapreburg
In office
29 December 2018 – 17 May 2019
PresidentJack Morris
1st President of Quebec
Assumed office
11 July 2019
Prime MinisterHankery Jenkinson
Vice President
1st Deputy Prime Minister of Toyaunt
Assumed office
4 December 2018
MonarchElizabeth II
Prime MinisterTyler Boyle
Vice PresidentDylan Sweet
1st President of the CSR
In office
2014 – 18 December 2018
1st Governor General of the Fox Islands
In office
1 November 2018 – 17 December 2018
MonarchJohn I
2nd High Commissioner of York
In office
20 December 2018 – 5 January 2019
MonarchJohn I
Preceded byJohn Timpson
2nd Prime Minister of Baustralia
In office
22 September 2019 – 7 October 2019
MonarchJohn I
Preceded byJohn Timpson
Succeeded byJohn Timpson
Born7 July 2003 (2003-07-07) (age 16)
Flag of Windsor.svg Windsor, Ontario
HouseMcGrath
Military career
Allegiance Paloma
 Baustralia
Service/branchPaloman People's Army flag.svg Paloman People's Army
 Baustralian Army
RankSupreme Commander of the State and People (Paloma; infobox).svg Supreme Commander
Baustralia Army OF-8 (infobox).svg Major general
Service number60064
Commands held
  • 1 Division
  • Deputy Chief of the General Staff
Battles/warsWar on Terror
Baustralian War Victory Medal*.svg Baustralian War

His Excellency Major general Aidan John McGrath KG GCStP (born 7 July 2003) is the President of the United People's Federation of Quebec, former King of Quebec, and is a musician in the band Nationality. He was born in Windsor, Ontario, and currently resides in a suburb in Michigan. He has various conflicts with the monarch of Baustralia, John I.

Notable quotes

You can't see the trees when the forest is in the way.

— Aidan McGrath, 2019

Many places are perfect with democracy, but others need a dictator to hit them with a hammer of oppression.

— Aidan McGrath, 2019

Early life

Aidan McGrath was born in Winsdor on 7 July 2003. When 3 months old he was diagnosed with hydrocephalus which is a life-threatening condition also known as "water on the brain". The neurosurgeons told Aidan's parents that they were not sure if he would ever walk or even able to talk. After having surgery for hydrocephalus and having an implant being placed on the skull to drain fluid from the hydrocephalus, Aidan was diagnosed with the math disability, dyscalculia, which prevents him to comprehend basic mathematical functions and comprehensions. Aidan, however, has overcome most of this disability with the use of a calculator but still struggles with complex equations. In 2016, Aidan had a surgery to see if the shunt implant was successfully draining fluid which it wasn't. His neurosurgeon then came to the conclusion that Aidan was apart of a small percent in which fluid had stopped affecting him.

McGrath in Baustralia

McGrath, on 17 December 2018, was removed from the Orders of the Baustralian Empire, and the Kingdom of Baustralia. He was a Member of the Order of the Kingdom of Baustralia, Member of the Order of the Baustralian Empire, and the 1st Baron Davidson. He was also the Governor general of the Dominion of Fox Islands. These memberships and his office were revoked after he made remarks against random things that where not political, Baustralia claimed it to be homophobia, which McGrath denies.

Appointed as a Knight of the Gadus on 6 January 2019 for military contribution, on 15 January 2019, nine days later, the Baustralian Crown thought that McGrath, with the support of Cameron I decided they would take over the Dominion of Fox Islands. As this was considered as taking up arms against the King, he and McGrath were both degraded. In the end, this would be argued by both sides over who's in the right.

McGrath also served as a politician in Baustralia, serving as the Leader of the Worker's Party of Baustralia from 3 April to 5 June 2019, and from 8 September to 6 October 2019. As such, he served as Leader of the Opposition from 10 September until 22 September 2019 when he became the 2nd Prime Minister until 7 October 2019 when he resigned.

After the King was convinced to McGrath a second chance, McGrath is now Secretary of State for the Secret Service, and is the Member of Parliament for Taylor. He ranks a Brigadier in the Baustralian Army and commands the 1st Division.

Honours, styles, and arms

Honours, medals, ribbons, and decorations

Star of the Most Noble Order of the Gadus.svgGrand Cross of the Sovereign of Saint Patrick.svg
Ribbon bar of a knight-lady of the gadus.svg
Ribbon bar of a Grand Cross Knight of St. Patrick.svgBaustralian War Victory Medal*.svgLNMY.svg
 Baustralia
Knight Companion
Order of the Gadus
 Sovereign Order of Saint Patrick
Grand Cross Knight
Sovereign Order of Saint Patrick
 Baustralia
Baustralian War Victory Medal with La Câlin and Eureka clasps
 League of Nations
League of Nations Medal for Mandatory York

Styles

McGrathic states
  • 27 April 2019 – 11 July 2019: His Majesty The King
  • 11 July 2019 – : His Excellency Aidan John McGrath
 Baustralia, and her Empire
4 February 2019 – 6 April 2019
The Right Honourable Warrant Officer Doctor Aidan John McGrath, 1st Baron Davidson CBE GCStP DVex
6 April 2019 – 27 May 2019
The Horrible Aidan John McGrath GCStP
27 May 2019 –
Warrant officer Aidan John McGrath GCStP
11 July 2019 – 7 October 2019
Warrant officer Aidan John McGrath MBE GCStP
7 October 2019 – 11 November 2019
Mister Aidan John McGrath GCStP
11 November 2019 – 18 Febuary 2020
Brigadier Sir Aidan John McGrath KG GCStP
18 Febuary 2020 –
Major general Sir Aidan John McGrath KG GCStP

Military ranks

Current
Paloman People's Army flag.svg Paloma Supreme Commander of the State and People (Paloma; infobox).svg Supreme Commander of the State and People Paloman People's Army
Baustralia Baustralia Army OF-8 (infobox).svg Major general Baustralian Army
Ranks in bold denote service ranks, rather than ceremonial ranks

References