Alternate Wikipedia Infoboxes VII (Do Not Post Current Politics or Political Figures Here)

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From my timeline Dark Skies in Camelot:
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The Assassination of John F. Kennedy (also called the Dallas Sniper Massacre, Dealey Plaza Shooting Spree, and Black Friday) was one of the darkest moments and most historic tragedy in the history of the United States. The events which unfolded on that day shook America and Americans to their core. It was the worst possible way for such a beloved president to be taken away from us. Today, on the 60th anniversary of those horrific events which took place on that day, November 22nd, 1963, we remember the lives that were taken in Dallas. And we also remember the day in which America lost six presidents. The massacre which took place in Texas was the largest mass shooting in modern U.S. history until the Orlando Nightclub Shooting overtook it in 2016, 53 years later. Forever the date November 22. 1963 will be burned into the American consciousness on par with the Attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese on December 7, 1941, the January 22nd attacks (commonly known as 1-22), and the Chesapeake Bay asteroid strike (called Ash Monday) on February 26, 20XX. John F. Kennedy was one of the most popular presidents of the 20th century and has been idolized for decades since his death. A common trope in alternative history is what if John F. Kennedy survived the events in Dallas. The assassination and the events that followed sparked numerous conspiracy theories that have persisted throughout the decades. Since the [REDACTED] administration has refused to release any classified documents regarding the assassination we may never know the full story of what happened on that day.
 
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From my timeline Dark Skies in Camelot:
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The Assassination of John F. Kennedy (also called the Dallas Sniper Massacre, Dealey Plaza Shooting Spree, and Black Friday) was one of the darkest moments and most historic tragedy in the history of the United States. The events which unfolded on that day shook America and Americans to their core. It was the worst possible way for such a beloved president to be taken away from us. Today, on the 60th anniversary of those horrific events which took place on that day, November 22nd, 1963, we remember the lives that were taken in Dallas. And we also remember the day in which America lost six presidents. The massacre which took place in Texas was the largest mass shooting in modern U.S. history until the Orlando Nightclub Shooting overtook it in 2016, 53 years later. Forever the date November 22. 1963 will be burned into the American consciousness on par with the Attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese on December 7, 1941, the January 22nd attacks (commonly known as 1-22), and the Chesapeake Bay asteroid strike (called Ash Monday) on February 26, 20XX. John F. Kennedy was one of the most popular presidents of the 20th century and has been idolized for decades since his death. A common trope in alternative history is what if John F. Kennedy survived the events in Dallas. The assassination and the events that followed sparked numerous conspiracy theories that have persisted throughout the decades. Since the [REDACTED] administration has refused to release any classified documents regarding the assassination we may never know the full story of what happened on that day.
Good stuff. what happened on January 22nd though?
 
Boer mercenaries?

I'm curious how South Africa takes over the UK...
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Some infoboxes for a Cyberpunk roleplay setting I've been working on for ages but can never seem to really nail down.
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Who's the bad guys here? Are the People's Air Force a liberating force against the Lawrence regime? What did Bruce Greenwood do to be beheaded and remembered with such dark nicknames?
 
Who's the bad guys here? Are the People's Air Force a liberating force against the Lawrence regime? What did Bruce Greenwood do to be beheaded and remembered with such dark nicknames?
I wouldn’t say there are really good or bad guys.
The conflict is between the Lawrence regime in Britain (which is pretty openly fascist but is also defending its homeland) and the invading forces of the Coalition of Orthodox Republics (Tolstoyist-Technocrat-Syndicalists based in Eastern Europe). In the specific case of London the People’s Air Force (the aerial arm of the Coalition) blow up a dictator so you could say they’re a liberating force.
Greenwood is a British sailor who was horrifically injured during a skirmish with the Coalition Navy in the North Sea. The Lawrence regime placed his brain and nervous system in a life support system/battle-tank and he swore eternal vengeance against the Coalition. He’s a military genius and ruthless commander whose exploits include dropping chlorine on Coalition troops, bringing back Roman style decimation, and firebombing the city of Hull for trying to surrender.
 
I wouldn’t say there are really good or bad guys.
The conflict is between the Lawrence regime in Britain (which is pretty openly fascist but is also defending its homeland) and the invading forces of the Coalition of Orthodox Republics (Tolstoyist-Technocrat-Syndicalists based in Eastern Europe). In the specific case of London the People’s Air Force (the aerial arm of the Coalition) blow up a dictator so you could say they’re a liberating force.
Greenwood is a British sailor who was horrifically injured during a skirmish with the Coalition Navy in the North Sea. The Lawrence regime placed his brain and nervous system in a life support system/battle-tank and he swore eternal vengeance against the Coalition. He’s a military genius and ruthless commander whose exploits include dropping chlorine on Coalition troops, bringing back Roman style decimation, and firebombing the city of Hull for trying to surrender.
Wow, it sounds like a cool scenario! What's the POD?
 
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Abdel Hakim Amer was an Egyptian military commander and politician who served as President of Egypt (1967-1981), Vice President (1958-1965), Minister of Defense (1954-1962), and Army Chief of Staff (1953-1967).

While just a major, Amer played a key role in the Revolution of 1952 that saw termination of the monarchy. A close ally of President Gamal Abdel Nasser, Amer became a national hero for his role in the political victory of the Suez Crisis.

However, Egypt was humiliated on the world stage following the Six-Day War of June 1967, and an enraged Nasser removed Amer and Defense Minister Shams Badran from office. Yet, Amer and Badran, alongside other former ministers and sympathetic military officers would seize power in a coup that September, leaving Nasser dead. With Amer installed as president, Egypt was now a totalitarian military junta under new management, with the opposition silenced and oppressed through any means.

Amer established himself as a devout pan-Arabist socialist, while still desiring to foster a unique Egyptian identity within the Arab world. A hardliner against Zionism, Amer was criticized in the Western press for promoting antisemitic conspiracy theories and was heavily vilified by the Israeli government. The 1973 Yom Kippur War would prove to be a failure, with Egypt failing to occupy the eastern portion of the Suez Canal. Throughout his reign Amer was receptive to the idea of uniting Egypt with Libya, but these plans fell through in 1979 due to Amer not being willing to bow to Gaddafi’s egoistical demands in such a merger. Egypt’s attempts to acquire a nuclear weapon under his command went nowhere. In the later years of his rule, he grew increasingly sympathetic to Islamism.

As his popularity plummeted, Amer would be ousted from power by a Western-backed monarchist movement that saw the Muhammad Ali dynasty return to the throne in 1981 and Fouad Serageddin placed as Prime Minister. Amer and most of his cronies were killed, and King Faud II still leads Egypt to this day having undergone a democratization process. Amer is often considered a poor leader by the Arab world for his woeful inabilities to deal with Israel, the brutality of his despotic regime, and for his betrayal and killing of the beloved Nasser.
 
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The 2012 United States Presidential Election: What if Roger Ailes never sexually assaulted Sarah Palin?

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Warning for last sentence. Rule 1.
 
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The Castle Close to Shore:
Part I
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This is an extremely long time in the making. Around September 2019, in another place, I started working on something I called The Castle Close to Shore. Last year I revisited it and made an array of personnel and election wikiboxes for it, but didn't quite finish. Over the last few weeks I've tinkered with them again and finished them all up, which allows me to finally present this series in an essentially finished form.

As this series contains a number of current political figures, I have made a number of redactions. You can see an uncensored version of the image
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I would like to know why exactly you think that post is a violation of Rule 1.
Well that entire last sentence sort of falls into that silo. Probably should have been a kick for introducing a SA of someone just for shits and giggles, but I chose to go light.
 
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