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The Coalition of the Sun or known commonly as the Sun Coalition is a Floridian extremist military and political power in Gainesville and is centered in First Coast. Its political agenda is mostly of that of nationalistic and social conservatism tendencies, an idea that was already heavy in northern Florida. Created in 2011, it has gained a massive following and continues to grow. The parties leadership is usually found disagreeing with the southern province of South Florida on the issue of trading with Cuba, claiming that the Cubans are in fact Communist, the enemy that attacked Florida in 1984.
History & Founding
On March 21st, 2011 several former neo-conservative Southern Democrats advocated for the institution of new southern values into Florida. Its leader, John Taylor, a survivor of the Doomsday attacks began attracting followers in the rural northern Republic of Florida by incredibly powerful speeches. Taylor's speeches typically had tenements of socialism, with out directly associated with the word, removal of the Cuban from Florida, and destruction of the communists whom attacked the United States. In November of 2011, Mr. Taylor became extremely powerful in the city of Saint Augustine and with the support of local supporters was able to generate a political power that was able to dominate in the cities politics.
In June of 2012, several attacks occurred in the city of Cape Coral where two Cuban ships were left in a blaze and twenty-two sailors killed, the authorities of South Florida immediately accused the Sun Coalition, but both the capital, Gainesville, and the First Coast disagreed claiming the ships destruction was an accident.
While most of the political positions of the Sun Coalition take on the face of Southern Democrats, more are economically liberal and believe in the promotion of local industries and higher taxes on the wealthy. Socially the party is moderately conservative in some aspects and are known form their anti-Cuban stance, they believe in the absolute removal of the Cuban population from Florida. The party also holds strong belief in the equalization of gender in the work place and are supporters of gay marriage and birth control, a position very unique to the area.