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Yokai Man’s Test Thread Thing

Yokai Man

Well-known member
Blowing in the wind-Presidents of Romania after 1990

1.Ion Iliescu:1990-1996 [Prime Ministers: Petre Roman 1990-1991,Theodor Stolojan 1991-1992,Nicolae Vacaroiu 1992-1996]
2.Victor Atanasie Stanculescu:1996-1999,impeached [Prime Ministers:Emil Constantinescu 1996-1999,Radu Vasile 1999-2000]
3.Gheorghe Apostol:1999-2000 [Prime Ministers:Radu Vasile 1999-2000,Remus Opriş 2000-2000]
4.Ion Iliescu:2000-2004 [Prime Ministers:Adrian Nastase 2000-2008]
5.Miron Cozma:2004-2009 [Prime Ministers:Adrian Nastase 2000-2008,Mugur Isărescu 2008-2010]
6.Corneliu Vadim Tudor:2009-2013,impeached [Prime Ministers:Mugur Isărescu 2008-2010,Sorin Oprescu 2010-2012,Radu Berceanu 2012-2016]
7.Gheorghe Hagi:2013-2018 [Radu Berceanu 2012-2016,Titus Corlatean 2016-present]
8.Marian Munteanu: 2018-present [Titus Corlatean 2016-present]
 

Yokai Man

Well-known member
this was supposed to be a “Eden dies early,Churchill escalates the Suez Crisis,War starts,things go south,Wab becomes PM because no else wants to” list for a thing I plan to do

Then it got off the rails really quickly

You Get What You Deserve And Nothing Else

1951-1957 Winston Churchill (Conservative Majority)

1957-1958 Rab Butler (Conservative Majority)

1958-1960 Rab Butler (Conservative Minority,backed by UUP)

1960-1963 Hugh Gaitskell (Labour Majority)

1963-1970 Harold Wilson (Labour Majority)

1970-1975 Jeremy Thorpe (Liberal-Conservative Coalition)

1975-1978 Peter Walker (Liberal-Conservative-UUP Coalition)

1978-1992 Robert Maxwell (Labour Majority)

1992-1995 Ken Livingstone (Labour Majority)

1995-1998 John Major (Labour Majority)

1998-2009 Noel Edmonds (Fair Albion Alliance Majority)

2009-2013 David Bellamy (Fair Albion Alliance Majority)

2013-2015 David Miliband (Democrats-SNP Coalition)

2015-2017 Chuka Umunna (Democrats-Plaid Cymru Coalition)

2017-2018 Alan Milburn (Democrats-Mebyon Kernow-SDLP-Alliance-Yorkshire Party Coalition)

2018-present day Paul Embery (Labour Majority)

it didn’t help that I constantly had dreams of this for some reason and I couldn’t get it out of my head
 

Yokai Man

Well-known member
New Dawn For Some,Polar Night For Others

1997-2011 Tony Blair (Labour Majority)
1997:Tony Blair-Labour[585],Paddy Ashdown-Liberal Democrat[41],John Major-Conservative[6]
2001:Tony Blair-Labour[581],Charles Kennedy-Liberal Democrat[45],John Redwood-Conservative[4],Ted Heath-One Nation[1]
2005:Tony Blair-Labour[530],Charles Kennedy-Liberal Democrat[96]Des Swayne-Conservative[4],Ken Clarke-One Nation[1]
2009:Tony Blair-Labour[505],Nick Clegg-Liberal Democrat[115],Howard Flight-Conservative[5],Ken Clarke-One Nation[5]


2011-2014 John Reid (Labour Majority)
2014:John Reid-Labour[410],Nick Clegg-Liberal Democrat[125],Alec Salmond-SNP[40],Nigel Farage-UKIP[15],George Galloway-British Workers[15], Nick Boles-One Nation[7],Caroline Lucas-Green[6],James Arbuthnot-Conservative[5],Rod Liddle-SDP[2]

2014-2025 Ed Balls (Labour Majority)
2019:Ed Balls-Labour[389],David Laws-Liberal Democrat[142],Nicola Sturgeon-SNP[45],Nigel Farage-UKIP[19],George Galloway-British Workers[15],Nick Boles-One Nation[7],Caroline Lucas-Green[6],Iain Duncan Smith-Conservative[6],Rod Liddle-SDP[1]
2024:Ed Balls-Labour[356],Jo Swindon-Liberal Democrat[162],Joanna Cherry-SNP[46],Nigel Farage-UKIP[23],Laura Pidcock-British Workers[19],David Gauke-One Nation[10],Steve Hilton-Green[9],John Rees Mogg-Conservative[7]
 

CaliGuy

Active member
Blowing in the wind-Presidents of Romania after 1990

1.Ion Iliescu:1990-1996 [Prime Ministers: Petre Roman 1990-1991,Theodor Stolojan 1991-1992,Nicolae Vacaroiu 1992-1996]
2.Victor Atanasie Stanculescu:1996-1999,impeached [Prime Ministers:Emil Constantinescu 1996-1999,Radu Vasile 1999-2000]
3.Gheorghe Apostol:1999-2000 [Prime Ministers:Radu Vasile 1999-2000,Remus Opriş 2000-2000]
4.Ion Iliescu:2000-2004 [Prime Ministers:Adrian Nastase 2000-2008]
5.Miron Cozma:2004-2009 [Prime Ministers:Adrian Nastase 2000-2008,Mugur Isărescu 2008-2010]
6.Corneliu Vadim Tudor:2009-2013,impeached [Prime Ministers:Mugur Isărescu 2008-2010,Sorin Oprescu 2010-2012,Radu Berceanu 2012-2016]
7.Gheorghe Hagi:2013-2018 [Radu Berceanu 2012-2016,Titus Corlatean 2016-present]
8.Marian Munteanu: 2018-present [Titus Corlatean 2016-present]
The different colors on the last person here are certainly interesting. I can't wait to hear the story behind them. A party switch?
 

Yokai Man

Well-known member
The different colors on the last person here are certainly interesting. I can't wait to hear the story behind them. A party switch?
Nah,it’s that he’s a common candidate for an alliance and I couldn’t think of a proper color for it.

It’s also just an ASB list based on AH Cooperative List that went out of hand and which I was supposed to add the footnotes a long while ago but Coronavirus and others things happened so I had to postpones it for awhile.

Why does Blair's political career last longer in this scenario?
Cuz of the massive majority resulted from an ASB Scenario where that one poll in 1995 where Labour gets 590 seats sorta happens.

Again,it’s a bit of fun.
 

CaliGuy

Active member
Nah,it’s that he’s a common candidate for an alliance and I couldn’t think of a proper color for it.

It’s also just an ASB list based on AH Cooperative List that went out of hand and which I was supposed to add the footnotes a long while ago but Coronavirus and others things happened so I had to postpones it for awhile.


Cuz of the massive majority resulted from an ASB Scenario where that one poll in 1995 where Labour gets 590 seats sorta happens.

Again,it’s a bit of fun.
Gotcha.
 

Yokai Man

Well-known member
Luck Doesn’t Last Forever

1996-2012 Tony Blair (Labour Majority)
1996:Tony Blair-Labour[440],John Major-Conservative[139],Paddy Ashdown-Liberal Democrat[50]
2000:Tony Blair-Labour[433],Stephen Dorrell-Conservative[141],Charles Kennedy-Liberal Democrat[56]
2004:Tony Blair-Labour[428],Iain Duncan Smith-Conservative[129],Charles Kennedy-Liberal Democrat[73]
2008:Tony Blair-Labour[416],Malcolm Rifkind-Conservative[136],Vince Cable-Liberal Democrat[78]
2012:Tony Blair-Labour[374],George Osborne-Conservative[156],Vince Cable-Liberal Democrat[97],Caroline Lucas-Green[2],Nigel Farage-UKIP[1],George Galloway-Socialist Britain[1]


2012-2013 Jack Straw (Labour Majority)

2013-2017 Andy Burnham (Labour Majority)
2017:Andy Burnham-Labour[239],Michael Gove-Conservative[205],David Laws-Liberal Democrat[117],Nicola Sturgeon-SNP[56],Nigel Farage-UKIP[7],Caroline Lucas-Green[2],George Galloway-British Workers[2]

2017-2022 Ed Miliband (Labour-Liberal Democrat Coalition)
 
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Yokai Man

Well-known member
Based on a dream I just had

The Rise and Fall of the Post War Consensus

1945-1956 Clement Attlee (Labour Majority)

1956-1973 Harold Wilson (Labour Majority)

1973-1976 Christopher Mayhew (Labour Majority)

1976-1984 Michael Foot (Labour Majority)

1984-1995 Cecil Parkinson (Conservative Majority)

1995-2006 Michael Portillo (Conservative Majority)

2006-2019 Nick Ferrari (Conservative Majority)

2019-present day Phillip Hammond (Conservative Majority)
 

Yokai Man

Well-known member
I think Cameron suggested that he could run as the Conservative mayoral candidate in OTL instead of Johnson, so this is actually a bit doable if you shift his term in office down about 5-6 years.

On the other hand, dreams don't really have to have plausible explanations.
In the dream in question,Ferrari seemed apathetic and sometimes pissed off at everything,as it was shown in footage of him from July 2018,where in his PMQs he responded to Livingstone,Clive,Clegg,Farage and Liz Truss like this:

“Does the Prime Ministers know that the rate of unemployment is the highest in years?”

“Yes.[awkward silence]”

“Why is the Government silent about the current war raging between Iran and America?”

“I don’t know and I don’t care.”

“Is the Prime Minister aware of the shame he brought to the office and how he and the oligarchy destroyed our nation?”

“No.”

“Will the British people have another vote on Brexit?”

“Sure,why not.”

“Is the Prime Minister aware he’s betraying the will of the people by doing this?”

“Maybe.Who really cares?”

“When will the Prime Minister finally resign?”

“Sometime next year,why?”

And so on and so forth. Nick Ferrari just seems like he’s sick of it all since trying to solve the Recession and is only still Prime Minister because no one really feels like replacing him.The cabinet is now only formed by the Deputy Prime Minister ,the Chancellor,the Home Secretary,the Foreign Secretary and the people in change of the three Super Ministries,who just implement whatever policies they want without Ferrari ever objecting,which has been the way for years now apparently, Ferrari winning the last two elections by not really doing much as few really mind the government’s policies.

Ferrari also often blackout during interviews or gets really pessimistic and sad about life,once even claiming “fuck society. it’s bigoted,it doesn’t give a shit about anyone and you can’t destroy it without murdering everyone.i don’t really blame anyone who wants outside it.i wish i knew how”.Sometimes he just stares at reporters without saying nothing and looking like Jack Dee,who apparently played him in Channel 4 miniseries in this universe.

Really weird dream.
 

Yokai Man

Well-known member
Idea:Valter Roman dies in the Spanish Civil War,meaning no Petre Roman and no/smaller PD,resulting in a dystopia of sorts

Ilici,Ilici Uber Alles

1990-2000 Ion Iliescu (FSN/PDSR)

2000-2004 Virgil Magureanu (PDSR/PSD)

2004-2013 Radu Vasile (Save Romania Alliance)

2013-2013 Serban Nicolae (PSD)

2013-2023 Sorin Oprescu (PSD)
 

Yokai Man

Well-known member
Give us Barabbas”-or Britain getting what it wants,but not what it needs

1964-1972 Harold Wilson (Labour Majority)

1972-1975 Denis Healey (Labour Majority)

1975-1980 Enoch Powell (Conservative Majority)

1980-1985 Tony Benn (Labour Majority)

1985-1995 Robert Maxwell (SDP Majority,Democrats-CDP Coalition by 1990)

1995-1997 James Goldsmith (Referendum-Continuity SDP-Green Coalition)

1997-1998 David Bellamy(Referendum-Continuity SDP-Green Coalition)

1998-1999 David Owen (Referendum-Continuity SDP-Green Coalition)

1999-2004 Tony Blair (Democrats Majority)

2004-2009 Robert Kilroy-Silk (Conservative Majority)

2009-2018 Ken Livingstone (Labour Majority)

2018-present day David Attenborough(Green-Democrats Majority)
 

theev

Chief Strategist of the UMass Democrats
Pronouns
he/him
Give us Barabbas”-or Britain getting what it wants,but not what it needs

1964-1972 Harold Wilson (Labour Majority)

1972-1975 Denis Healey (Labour Majority)

1975-1980 Enoch Powell (Conservative Majority)

1980-1985 Tony Benn (Labour Majority)

1985-1995 Robert Maxwell (SDP Majority,Democrats-CDP Coalition by 1990)

1995-1997 James Goldsmith (Referendum-Continuity SDP-Green Coalition)

1997-1998 David Bellamy(Referendum-Continuity SDP-Green Coalition)

1998-1999 David Owen (Referendum-Continuity SDP-Green Coalition)

1999-2004 Tony Blair (Democrats Majority)

2004-2009 Robert Kilroy-Silk (Conservative Majority)

2009-2018 Ken Livingstone (Labour Majority)

2018-present day David Attenborough(Green-Democrats Majority)
What's the gimmick?
 

Yokai Man

Well-known member
What's the gimmick?
Every PM after Healey is seen as a false prophet by some people after awhile,having been initially seen as possible saviors of the nation when they entered office but then weren’t really successful.

For instance:

*Powell tries and fails to implement his vision of a new Britain due numerous conflicts with his cabinet and party,only managing to have a slightly harsher immigration policy,a more monetarist economic planning and a referendum on NATO which he loses.

*Benn tries to fix Britain,but also fails due to the same problems that Powell faced,coupled with the Wars in Falklands and Hong Kong that make him seem like a bungler by the public.

*Maxwell barely manages to change anything major beyond entering the EEC via a slightly narrow referendum and some economic and social reforms.

It’s not really meant to be plausible mind you,just a list based on an idea of Britain having a habit of choosing false prophets that don’t deliver.
 

Yokai Man

Well-known member
“The party is in all that was,is and will be“-or The Normalization of One Party Dominance

1932-1946: Per Albin Hansson

1946-1969:Tage Erlander

1969-1990:Olof Palme

1990-2005:Ingvar Carlsson

2005-2016:Mona Sahlin

2016-present day:Stefan Löfven


1937-1959 Éamon de Valera

1959-1966 Seán Lemass

1966-1979 Jack Lynch

1979-1994 Charles Haughey

1994-2008 Bertie Ahern

2008-present day Micheál Martin


1968-1988 Pierre Trudeau

1988-2004 Jean Chrétien

2004-2014 Paul Martin

2014-present day Justin Trudeau
 

Yokai Man

Well-known member
“The party is in all that was,is and will be“-or The Normalization of One Party Dominance Part 2: Slight Deviations

1990-1996 Ion Iliescu

1996-2000 Emil Constantinescu

2000-2004 Ion Iliescu

2004-2014 Adrian Nastase

2014-present day Victor Ponta



1990-2006 Vladimír Mečiar

2006-2020 Robert Fico

2020-present day Vladimir Mečiar



1981-1981 Ronald Reagan

1981-1989 George HW Bush

1989-1997 Joe Biden

1997-2005 George W Bush

2005-2013 Joseph P. Kennedy II

2013-2021 Jeb Bush

2021-2029 Hunter Biden
 

Yokai Man

Well-known member
The Dynasty Game

2009-2017 Hillary Clinton/Evan Bayh

2017-2025 Donald Trump/Betty DeVos

2025-2033 Joe Kennedy III/Hunter Biden

2033-2041 Donald Trump Jr/Erik Prince

2041-2049 Levi Sanders/Ron Reagan
 

Yokai Man

Well-known member
The Strange Death of Labour and Tory England

1974-1978 Jeremy Thorpe(Liberal Majority)
1974:Jeremy Thorpe-Liberal[457],William Wolfe-SNP[54],Harold Wilson-Labour[41],Ted Heath-Conservative[19],John Tyndall-National Front[15],Gwynfor Evans-Plaid Cyrmu[14],John Gollan-Communist[11],Tony Whittaker-PEOPLE[3],Gerry Healey-Workers Revolutionary[3],Dick Taverne-Social Democracy[3],John Davis-National Independence[1],Richard Jenkin-Mebyon Kernow , Viscount Weymouth-Wessex Regionalist[1]

1978-1979 David Steel (Liberal Majority)
 
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