Up in the sky, look: It’s a Secretary. It’s a General. It’s Soviet Russian Boy!

Inspired by a gossip and through the grace, wisdom and photoshop talent of the MILMUN IT & Design team, it has bestowed upon us a new star on the sky of Superheroes:

Soviet Russian Boy




Up in the sky, look: It’s a Secretary. It’s a General. It’s Soviet Russian Boy!

In the endless reaches of the MUNiverse, there once existed a planet known as MILMUN, a planet that burned like a red arrow around the grey globe. There, civilization was far advanced and it brought forth a race of “superMUN,” whose mental and physical powers were developed to the absolute peak of human perfection. 

But there came a day when giant crises threatened to destroy MILMUN forever. One of the planet’s leading advisors, sensing the approach of doom, placed his successor in a small delegation and sent it on a journey across Europe, gathering experiences as the representative of the Russian Federation.

The delegate sped through conference-ridden space, finally landing safely again in Milan with its precious burden: being MILMUN’s savior. 

A passing Executive Committee found the uninjured child and took it to Bocconi. 

As the months went by and and MILMUN 2016 grew to maturity, he found himself possessed of amazing physical powers. Faster than a point of order, more powerful than a pre-ambulatory clause, able to appeal multiple rulings in a single motion. He also exhibited infrequent outbursts in Russian – only one material can control him, a blue, white and red colored pin.

The infant of MILMUN is now the Secretary-General: Soviet Russian Boy! To best be in a position to use his amazing powers in a never-ending battle for truth and justice, Soviet Russian Boy has assumed the disguise of Matteo Tonella, mild-mannered intern for a great international NGO.


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