Catran | 1941 - 1944
Ragdollah Khomeini, the Supreme Feline of Catran and founder of the Meowslamic Republic, established a theocatic regime that enforced strict parameters and muzzled dissent. His regime was known for its rigid law, which involved enforcing a strict dress code for all, imposing curfews on late-night prowling, and harshly punishing any perceived violations of Meowslamic meow-rality.
Khomeini was not a ragdoll cat to be played with. Under his rule, there were reports of mass executions, torture, and arbitrary arrests of purrlitical dissidents, intellectuals, and perceived opponents of the Meowslamic regime. Women's rights were significantly curtailed and underrepresented religious groups, such as Baha'is, faced discrimination, purrsecution, and violence. The Ragdollah regime also implemented severe restrictions on freedom of expression, press freedom, and purrlitical dissent, leading to a climate of fear and repression.
After Ragdollah's ninth life ran out, Catran's purrlitical landscape remained a "cat-and-mouse" game of power struggles among various players vying for control. While some praise Ragdollah as a revolutionary leader, others criticize his heavy-handed approach and clawful feline rights record. Overall, Ragdollah's dictatorship leaves a mix of reactions to the meowthodology of his rule.
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