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Peerages, Nobility, Orders, Decorations, & Medals

Peerages, Nobility, Orders, Decorations, & Medals

Theocratic Republic of Kekistan (Jonesia):

Peerages, Nobility, Orders, Decorations, & Medals

 

Royal Family (Royal Peerages)

Monarch:

His/Her Royal Holiness, Prince-Bishop/Princess-Bishop [Name] of the House of Nash-Jones, the Temple of Jonesia and the Sovereign Order of Kekistan

Monarch’s Significant Other:

Her/His Serene Highness, Princess/Prince-Consort [Name] of the House of Nash-Jones, the Temple of Jonesia and the Sovereign Order of Kekistan

Monarch’s First Child:

His Serene Highness, Hereditary Prince/Princess [Name] of the House of Nash-Jones, the Temple of Jonesia and the Sovereign Order of Kekistan, the Duke/Duchess of Nashia

Wife of the Sovereign’s Eldest Son:

Duchess of Nashia

 

Non-Royal Peerages

Duke/Duchess (His/Her Grace)

The highest non-royal rank of nobility, however, are often subsidiary or customary titles of members of the Royal Family (those not directly in line to the monarchy). (Hereditary)

Marquis/Marquise (The Most Honorable)

The second highest non-royal rank of nobility, historically granted to senior and loyal families, tasked with protecting the realm. (Hereditary)

Count/Countess (The Right Honourable)

The third highest non-royal rank of nobility, historically granted to those seen as honourable companions to the monarch or realm.  (Hereditary)

Baron/Baroness (The Right Honourable)

The fourth highest non-royal rank of nobility, historically granted to noblemen of the realm, or someone of great respect to the monarch. (Hereditary)

Knight/Dame of the Realm (Sir/Dame)

The fifth highest non-royal rank of nobility, historically granted to noble warriors of the realm, if no associating order is bestowed. (Non-Hereditary)  

 

Orders of Chivalry

Honours are used to recognise merit in terms of achievement and service. Decorations tend to be used to recognise specific deeds. Medals are used to recognise bravery, long and/or valuable service and/or good conduct.

 

The Most Holy Order of the Temple Guardians

“Services to the Crown”

Awarded as a personal gift of the sovereign, to those who participated in an act which advanced or protected His/Her realm, particularly the Temple of Jonesia.

Kekistanis who did something most extraordinary, far beyond normal, to promote Kekistan. Known as Temple Guardians, the they are chosen for demonstrated merits and accomplishments, upholding and representing the traditions of the Order, and collectively leading its missions for advancing Western civilisation. Temple Guardians are prominent members of major achievements or capabilities which carry inherent benefits to the Order, who are engaged in active service as Kekistani Knights supporting the missions of Knights and Dames.  Temple Guardians are generally nobility, celebrities, public figures, or especially active members, who are dedicated to infrastructure development or high profile networking for the Order, as guardianship for preservation of Western heritage for the benefit of humanity;

Knight/Dame Grand Cross (GK): TBA
Knight/Dame Commanders (KK/DK): TBA

Commanders (CK): TBA

Lieutenant (LK): TBA

Members (MK):

  • Kyle Chapman – accepted
  • Steven Crowder – offered
  • Alex Jones – offered
  • Gavin McInnes – offered
  • Lauren Southern – offered

 

The Most Holy Order of the Kekistani Empire

“For Faith and Fatherland”

Awarded to those who participated in an exceptional act for the Kekistani (Jonesian) Empire, bestowed by the sovereign upon the basis of recommendation by the Chancellor.

Knight/Dame Grand Cross (GJE): TBA

Knight/Dame Commanders (KJE/DJE): TBA

Commanders (CJE): “Prominent but lesser role at national level, or a leading role at regional level. You can also get one for a distinguished, innovative contribution to any area”.

TBA

Officers (OJE): “Outstanding achievement or service to the community. This will have had a long-term, significant impact and stand out as an example to others”.

TBA

Member (MJE): “Major local role in any activity, including people whose work has made them known nationally in their chosen area”.

  • Carl Benjamin – offered
  • Alexander Vladimirovich Yakovenko – offered

 

The Most Holy Jonesian Order of Sparta

“For faithful service”

Awarded to those who served in the Royal Household or Civil Service, which is bestowed by the sovereign upon the basis of recommendation by the Chancellor.

Knight/Dame Grand Cross (GNJ): TBA

Knight/Dame Commanders (KNJ/DNJ): TBA

Companion (CNJ): for 25 years (in administrative or clerical capacity).

TBA

 

The Most Holy Order of the Occidental Brotherhood

Knight/Dame Bachelor of Kekistan (Jonesia) (Kt/Dm)

Most basic and lowest rank of a man who has been knighted by the monarch but not as a member of one of the organised Orders of Chivalry. There is no female counterpart to Knight Bachelor.

Honorary Knight/Dame Bachelor (HKt, HDm):

Foreigners are not created Knights Bachelor; instead they are made honorary Kts.

  • Nigel Farage – offered
  • Viktor Orban – offered
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg – offered
  • Donald Trump – offered
  • Stephen Yaxley-Lennon – offered
  • Milo Yiannopoulos – offered

For individual members with equivalent ranks but of different orders, precedence is accorded based on the seniority of the orders of chivalry: Royal Lucian Order, the Order of the Jonesian Empire, and the Order of Nash-Jones. For equivalent ranks and orders, those appointed earlier precede those appointed later.

 

Decorations

Lucian Cross (LC)

Military personnel for “… most conspicuous bravery, or some daring or pre-eminent act of valour or self-sacrifice, or extreme devotion to duty in the presence of the enemy.”

 

Medals

Jonesian Military Cross (MC)

Military personnel for “… gallantry during active operations against the enemy.”

 

Patrons

Donat of Kekistan – Donats of Kekistan are patron sponsors contributing substantial financial donations to support the humanitarian missions of the Order, who have sworn the Oath of the Kekistani Knights, but without any requirement of active service