GOD SAVE THE KING: LOYALIST COUNCIL, 1776

CHAIR: LEO TEIXEiRA

CRISIS MANAGER: JACK KOROLOGOS


note: this is a crisis committee

approximate committee size: 20

The date is November 16, 1776. With the help of His Majesty’s forces, the loyalists now have full control of New York City and its surrounding areas, following the successful raid on Fort Washington. New York will be the loyalist stronghold to dispose of the rebelling forces. Commander-in-chief William Howe will lead the council and guide us to victory. George Washington and what remains of his so-called “Patriots” are currently fleeing to New Jersey, seemingly heading towards Pennsylvania to lick their wounds. After this great military success, now is the time for action to completely annihilate the rebels. The loyalists must do everything in their power to rally public opinion for their cause, coordinate with foreign entities outside the colonies, and plan a course of military action to end this war swiftly. The Crown does not have the time or wealth to fund a drawn out war and King George’s voyage to the colonies is a testament of this. Will the Royal Governors and advisors to the loyalist movement succeed in quenching the rebellion before England runs out of money? Only time will tell.

TOPIC A

Restricting Anti-British Propaganda

TOPIC B

Gaining Support from the Colonists

TOPIC C

Promoting the Interests of the King

TOPIC ABSTRACT

background guide coming soon


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

NAIMUN strives to provide every delegate with a well-rounded, educational, and enjoyable experience. The learning objectives for God Save the King: Loyalist Council, 1776 are as follows. Delegates will:

  • Compromise with their fellow delegates on both political and military policies

  • Think quickly, but rationally

  • Consider how their actions can affect public perception

  • Persevere when the odds are stacked against them


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About the Chair

Leonardo Teixeira is a member of Georgetown Class of 2021 in the College of Arts & Sciences, majoring in Government and double-minoring in Psychology and African-American Studies. He did not become involved with Model UN until his sophomore year of college, but since then he has developed an incredible passion for it, having now staffed for NCSC & NAIMUN as well as becoming a traveling member of Georgetown’s Model UN team. On campus, Leo serves as an elected Senator, representing the class of 2021 in the GUSA Senate, where he serves as Chair of the Ethics & Oversight Committee, as well as being on the Executive Board of Georgetown’s Minority Pre-Law Association, and a member of the Georgetown Scholars Program. When he’s not drowning in assignments and responsibilities, Leo also enjoys wasting way too much money on Supreme, getting into random debates about Marxism, and finding obscure new study spots on campus.


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About the Crisis Manager

Jack Korologos is a member of Georgetown’s Class of 2021 in the College of Arts & Sciences majoring in Political Economy. Born and raised in New York City, Jack embraces a fast-paced environment. His first interest in Model United Nations began his senior year in high school. That interest became a passion after traveling as a delegate with Georgetown’s Model UN team and staffing both NCSC XLV and NAIMUN LV. Beyond procrastinating every chance he gets, re-watching Game of Thrones, or arguing in favor of the Oxford comma, Jack is a member of the professional Foreign Service fraternity Delta Phi Epsilon. He is also the Director of Special Events for the International Relations Club at Georgetown. He worked at the Model UN Institute for Best Delegate this past summer.


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