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Rudolph Fields
Rudolph Fields portrait
Official portrait
3rd Prime Minister of Canada
In office
17 September 1997 – present
Preceded by Jeremy Stephens
Chairman of the Fascist Party Central Committee
In office
6 June 1990 – 17 September 1997
Preceded by Jeremy Stephens
Succeeded by Marcus Turner
Personal details
Born27 May 1959
Vancouver, Macdonald
Political partyFascist Party
Spouse(s)Josephine Fields (nee Koch)
Children3
ResidenceState Palace, Albion City
Alma materSociology, Grand State College
ReligionFCG Leader
Rudolph Cead Fields (born 27 May 1959 in Vancouver, MD) is the third and current Prime Minister of the Greater Canadian Federation, and has held that position since the death of former Prime Minister Jacob Stephens on 17 September 1997. Prior to becoming Prime Minister, Fields was the Chairman of the Fascist Party's Central Committee, having been appointed to that position by Stephens in June 1990.

Fields was born at a time when the fascist regime in Canada of Derek George was about done with its consolidation of power and complete reform of Canadian society. His parents, a conservative couple from suburban Vancouver, were mostly apolitical, law abiding citizens. Rudolph himself however was fascinated with state politics from an early age. Inspired by the works of Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini and Derek George himself, Fields aspired to a career in service to the State. Out of high school, he voluntarily joined the Armed Forces and was attached to the Macdonald Military District.

Having seen little combat other than being deployed as part of an advising delegation to the German South West African Movement in 1973, Fields left the Ground Corps in 1984 as a Staff Officer, and enrolled at the Grand State College to obtain his sociology degree.

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