Felix Yurtzhinsky

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Felix Yurtzhinsky
Emperor of the Great Moose Empire
Assumed office:
December 26, 2011 -
Predecessor Office established
Supreme Commander of the Anti-Yurtyzstan Front
Assumed office:
June 17, 2011 -
Predecessor Office established
Chairman of the People's Reactionary Party
Assumed office:
June 9, 2011 -
Grand Admiral of the Yurtyzstan People's Military
Assumed office:
March 18, 2011 - June 13, 2011
Predecessor Office established
Vice-Chairman of the Yurtyzstani Workers' Party
Assumed office:
September 30, 2010 - June 13, 2011
Predecessor Office established
Despot of Yurtyzstan
Assumed office:
September 22, 2010 - June 13, 2011
Predecessor Office established
Citizenship Great Moose Empire
Nationality Moosian
Political party People's Reactionary Party
Occupation Micronationalist
Military service
Allegiance Yurtyzstan (former), Great Moose Empire
Service/branch Yurtyzstan People's Military (former)
Moosian Armed Forces
Anti-Yurtyzstan Front
In service 2011 -
Rank Grand Admiral (former)
Supreme Commander
Battles/wars Yurtyzstan-Longhouse War

Felix Yurtzhinsky is the Emperor of the Great Moose Empire and Supreme Commander of the Anti-Yurtyzstan Front. Formerly a high-ranking Yurtyzstani official, Yurtzhinsky was expelled from his political offices on June 13, 2011 for forming an opposition party and subsequently fled the country to establish a government-in-exile.



Felix Yurtzhinsky was a key figure in the Yurtyzstani Revolution, developing a close friendship with J.J. Hakimoto. This friendship resulted in Yurtzhinsky being named Despot—the second-in-command—when Hakimoto became Supreme Potentate. Yurtzhinsky managed industry and agriculture, forming a state-run enterprise for automobiles and bicycles and commissioning the development of a large collective plantation at Yurtbaatar.

On March 18, 2011, Yurtzhinsky was named Grand Admiral of the Yurtyzstan People's Military, giving him full control over the naval branch of the military. He led numerous attacks during the Yurtyzstan-Longhouse War and was part of the command team which devised the peace offensive plan that ultimately ended the war with a Yurtyzstani victory.

Yurtzhinsky became progressively more disenchanted with Hakimoto's leadership as the post-war economy suffered and the Workers' Party shifted towards more hardline, anti-democratic policies. On June 10, 2011, Yurtzhinsky founded the People's Reactionary Party, which advocated for Hakimoto's deposition and the shift of the country to the right as soon as possible. Three days later, the Workers' Party expelled him from all of his political offices and from his place of residence in the capital city. Fearing further reprisals, Yurtzhinsky fled to the East Longhouse Kingdom and renounced his Yurtyzstani citizenship.

Great Moose Empire

In the East Longhouse Kingdom, Yurtzhinsky established a place of residence in Qsaahar and formed the Anti-Yurtyzstan Front, a military group with the aim of overthrowing Hakimoto's government and implementing capitalist policies in Yurtyzstan. He began training his military northwest of the area, near new Yurtyzstani territories, and soon established the Great Moose Empire there.

The Great Moose Empire, under Yurtzhinsky's leadership, began working to construct a capital, the name of which remains a state secret. Yurtzhinsky's government also funds the Anti-Yurtyzstan Front, which conducts raids on Yurtpyitaw during the summer.

Dissidents within the Great Moose Empire claim that all domestic trade is banned, suspected socialists are punished with humiliation and compulsory labor, agriculture is nonexistent, and that the capital city remains undeveloped despite several months of work. The country has still not recovered from flooding in November 2011.