Mladik Ilyich Josef Karl Vladik was born on 31st October 1925 in Fredonia City (now Vladikia City) to impoverished parents. By age six Mladik worked 25 hours a day, ten days a week, in the nearby Capitalist Coal Mines. Such a rigorous work schedule left little time for academic study, but little Mladik found time each day to read the works of Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels, and Vladimir Lenin by moonlight (the aristocratic capitalists in Fredonia had appropriated all of the candles).
By age seven, little Mladik could recite whole chapters from ever great work of communist theory, and he won many prizes at the underground meetings of the Communist Party of Koskovia, to which both his parents belonged. He won many prizes for his deft creation of many “socialist realism” works of art; indeed, by the age of eight he had created over seven thousand paintings!
At age ten, little Mladik denounced both of his parents as aristocratic capitalist agents, and both were executed by firing sqaud. For his trustworthiness, the CPK awarded Mladik its highest honor, the Marx-Lenin Medal for Spying on One’s Family. Little Mladik then delivered a seven-hour lecture to the assembled members on the benefits of bringing Communism to Koskovia by violent revolution. His address was greeted with thunderous applause.
On 1st August 1941, the armies of Nazi Germany crossed into Koskovia and requested that King Martinjo Skrovna Yablok Syska I ally to Nazi Germany. This the king did with demonic glee, as at heart he was a ruthless and evil man who often ate the flesh of newborns, roasted kittens, and performed sexual acts on livestock. On orders from his Nazi masters, King Martinjo dissolved the Koskovian Parliament and took all power into his greedy, blood-stained hands. He sent the Koskovian Army to hunt down members of the CPK, and many were executed for no reason.
Young Mladik, now sixteen years old, hid underneath a haystack for fifty-five days straight until the coast was clear. When he emerged, he ignored his great hunger and went in search of his comrades. He found several huddled together at the bottom of an outhouse. After helping them escape, he set about rebuilding the CPK. By the end of September 1941, he had gather two million men and women to his cause. He was able to gather so many comrades in such a short time because, for a brief period, young Vladik was able to fly like a bird! Doctors have not been able to explain this power medically.
The reconstructed Communist Party then waged constant war against the King and his Nazi puppet-masters.
On 1st April 1945, the King and his family fled Koskovia to avoid the clutches of the advancing Soviet Army. Mladik, now only twenty years old, proclaimed the liberation of the Peoples’ Republic of Koskovia at a mass meeting in Revodna. When the Red Army reached Revodna on 15th April, they announced that the Koskovian people had been liberated from Nazi tyranny and installed an interim peoples’ liberation government headed by Mladik’s long-time friend and ally Moska Trask.
Young Mladik voluntarily stepped aside in favor of his wise old friend, who assumed the position of Supreme Chairmain of the Provisional Government of the Peoples’ Republic of Koskovia. Mladik was chosen by his comrades as President of the Provisional Parliament by those elected to that body on 1st May 1945. He sought no higher office, and often spoke of retiring to his ancestral home in Fredonia City. The members of the Provisional Parliament would not hear of his retirement, of course, and he soon accepted appointemnt to the cabinet of Supreme Chairman Trask.
The fasco-capitalist American and British armies illegally entered Koskovia, executed Supreme Chairman Trask, and restored the monarchy under the oldest son of the desceased former Nazi collaborator king! Young Mladik immediately went underground and rallied the progressive forces of communism. After a bitter campaign that last for four years, Mladik and his forces seized control of Revodna, and sent the pretender King Martinjo Skrovna Yablok Syska II into humiliating exile.
Mladik Vladik emerged as the savior of the Koskovian people. He took manly command of the Second Provisional Government (supported by our brave and wise comrades in the Soviet Red Army) and proclaimed the advent of the Peoples’ Free Democratic Republic of Koskovia on 1st June 1949. He immediately ordered the execution of all fasco-capitalist and monarchist traitors and introduced a new constitution for the PFDRK.
Since 1949, the great Mladik Vladik has played a leading role in the ongoing revolution. He has been awarded the nation’s highest honors by the Congress of Peoples’ Deputies, including:
• The Koskovian Star of Bravery
• Medal of Bravery
• Special Award for Bravery
• Medal of Socialist Achievement
• Order of Marx-Lenin-Stalin
• Twelve-Star General of the Armies of Koskovia
In addition, he has been granted the following titles by public acclimation:
• Father of the People
• Great Mountain Eagle
• Friend to All Children
• Savior of Koskovia
• Triumphant Leader of the Socialist Cause
• Liberator of the Oppressed People
All praise the wise Mladik Vladik, President of the Republic and Chairman of the Executive Council of the Central Committee of the Congress of Peoples’ Deputies, our hero, our savior, guide to our future!