Victor Michael Cutter was born in Calais on December 25, 1976 to Sean Cutter and Natalya Castrov. His father, Sean, was born in Toronto, Canada and enlisted with the United States Marine Corps. His mother, Natalya, was born in Leningrad, USSR (modern-day Saint Petersburg) and became a KGB operative. Sean and Natalya met each other for the first time on March 6, 1972 during the Vietnam War, and seven days later, Natalya Castrov had officially defected to the United States, after being held as a POW.
The couple married on May 2, 1972 and moved to Miami, Florida. In 1976, they then moved to Calais, Qvait, where they gave birth to their son, Victor.
Military service (1998–2008)Edit
On May 14, 2008, Cutter's military career came to an abrupt end when the Qvaitican government collapsed, due to economic and political instability.
New Year's Resolution (2009)Edit
As stated in his 2008 book, New Years' Resolution, Cutter stated that he wanted to form a new Qvaitican government. Following the collapse of the Arctic Republic in 2008, Cutter sought to bring Qvait "back to life" by forming a temporary union, in which conferences may be held until a new and much more powerful constitution is written.
Beginning in February 2009, conferences between elected members, including Cutter, were held. From 2009 to 2012, a new constitution was written from scratch, basing itself on the American Constitution.
Presidential campaign (2012)Edit
Cutter was a dominant figure in the 2012 presidential election because of his confidence and influence. Because the collapse of the First Arctic Republic occurred when a socialist was the head of state, Cutter took advantage of this by gathering support from centrists, moderate to staunch conservatives, and some moderate liberals. Cutter made intense statements including the statement that "[i]f a socialist becomes President, Qvait will achieve nothing." Fortunately for Cutter, many people distanced themselves from liberalism after 2008.
Education and healthEdit
During his presidency, Cutter emphasized his 2010 book, The Crucial Role of Immigration. In May 2012, Cutter sponsored the Immigration Enforcement Act, which enforced regulations against illegal immigration, while decreasing the immigration levy by 45% (€1250 × 0.55 = €687.50). Cutter believed that people would resort to illegal immigration because the money necessary to legally immigrate is too costly.
Secretary of Defense (2013–)Edit
- Main article: Qvaitican War
Personality and public imageEdit
In the eye of the public, Cutter has been described as a charismatic and confident man.