|First||Name: Hu Ge|
|Fourth||Occupation: Dictator of China|
|Sixth||Faction: National Socialist Party of China|
Hu Ge is the Lǐngxiù (Leader) of the National Socialist Republic of China in MultiPolarity: Electric Nukealoo. Hu Ge is the second child of the very rich businessman Hu Jing. At school, Hu Ge showed great intellectual potential and was extremely popular with fellow pupils as well as being admired for his leadership qualities. He studied in the Polytechnic National University of Beijing.
After graduation, a friend called him over to a secret underground speech of members of the National Socialist Party. Hu Ge had an epiphany and starting studying hours and hours every day "Mein Kampf" and other National Socialist books. He also started giving speeches to members of the party and impressed them with his rhetorical skills.
After only one year, Hu Ge was declared Lǐngxiù and leader of the party. He used his father's very rich property to finance the party activities and used his father's connection with the Army to equip the "Stormtroopers", party soldiers. The Stormtroopers were given military training, and they started massacring pro-democrats.
The Communist Party of China decided that the National Socialists were too much of a danger and so they planned to send soldiers to crush the party. But a plague decimated the entire country, preventing the crackdown from taking place.
The people were starving and they joined in mass the National Socialist Party. It was then when Hu Ge led the "Glorious Revolution": thousands of Stormtroopers stormed cities and villages in Northern China and in two years they had managed to conquer the entirety of Manchuria and Mongolia. Recruiting soldiers from the local population, Hu Ge led a final successful push onto Beijing and Shandong.
After taking over Beijing, Hu Ge declared the formation of the National Socialist Republic of China to over 700,000 people who had gathered at the Tiananmen Square. Hu Ge also established an alliance with Tengoku Zaibatsu (Japan).
Immediately after the formation of the Republic, Hu Ge declared a cleansing of China from the "Jewish and Muslim subhumans". Stormtroopers and members of the National Socialist Party gathered all Jews and Muslims in the area under the control of the Republic, about 30,000 Jews and 125,000 Muslims, and send them to cleansing camps, where they were gassed and then burned to furnaces.
The next year, Hu Ge invaded Northern Manchuria with 80,000 soldiers and genocided the Jews and Muslims living there. This caused an international uproar and a series of embargoes. Hu Ge was forced to compromise and started sending Muslims to Muslim countries. 190,000 Muslims were to be relocated to Mogadishu, but only 169,000 were accounted for in Somali ports.
The other year, more than 120,000 Chinese soldiers invaded the non-Chinese Mongolia and Central China while Hu Ge declared the "Great Leap Forward", a series of economic and structural policies.