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Free the West Memphis Three!

A collection of links that apply to this site,
but do not fit within the theme of the other pages.

Last update: 3 July 2011.

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5W Search

Special website with various search engines, translation tools, even document conversion tools.

Alexandre Akopian's Rare Map Site

Personal website of a Russian map collector, with indexes on small countries, disputed territories, and empires of the past.
NOTE: Much of this website is in Russian.

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A separate page of links for Anarchist websites has been established.
Click here to go to that webpage.

Atlantic Bank Note Company

"After years in the security document industry I have founded the Atlantic Bank Note Company. We offer world class banknotes and other security documents at prices affordable to small businesses, communities, and individuals. Banknotes for micronations is a specialty." - Thomas Stebbins, Posting on alt.micronations

The Portal

"The Portal is a portal to all major websites, personal and professional, relating to "BCT", or the Hon. Most Rev. Dr. Cesidio Tallini. The portal also allows people to contact Tallini and to receive periodic email news about Tallini." - from an e-mail by HMRD Cesidio Tallini

The personal website of Christian Butterbach, containing many texts dealing with individual sovereignty, anarchism, panarchism, exterritorialism ("The Exterritorial Imperative").
Website is in English, French and German.

Caldwell Banker Morrison's Private Islands

Mr. Cheyenne Morrison offers his expertise and resources to those with the interest ...and budget... to buy their own islands. For more detailed information, please visit his blog at
Related websites include:
Caldwell Banker Australia

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Kingdom of CASBAH

This is a unique listing. It concerns a property boundary dispute between two people in rural Pennsylvania, and one of the people involved has written his website in the form an international territorial dispute.

Castles In the Sea: A Survey of Artificial Islands and Floating Utopias

James H. Lee's essay on artificial island projects. Part of the Seasteading Project.

Center for Sovereignty Research

"The Center conducts research regarding atypical sovereignties as well as other aspects of sovereignty and extraterritoriality." - from the website

The Portal

"The Portal is a domain hack portal to all major entities relating to "BCT", or the Hon. Most Rev. Dr. Cesidio Tallini, from the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago, to the Cyberterra; from The Tallini Family, to the Fifth World Community; from the Micronational Professional Registry, to Saint René Descartes University, and a whole lot more. - from an e-mail by HMRD Cesidio Tallini

CIA Factbook
CIA World Fact Book

This is an extensive on-line atlas and informational website on the (real) countries and lands of the world.
NOTICE: This website is run by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) of the USA and may be subject to monitoring.

Ithaca Hours
Community Currency

For those seeking to start a micronation within the USA, you may wish to establish your own currency.
This is perfectly legal on the following provisions:
1) The currency issued is fully redeemable with USA currency (Federal Reserve Notes).
2) The currency issued is in denominations no smaller than one US dollar ($1).
3) They are taxable income when traded for professional goods or services.
4) They do not fully resemble, nor can be confused with, actual USA currency, either paper or coinage.

The best (and most successful) example of this is the Ithaca Hours project, established by merchants in Ithaca, New York. Ithaca Hour notes are issued at $10 to the Hour. So, the above pictured "eighth hour" note is worth $1.25.
The founder of the project is Mr. Paul Glover. He runs his own website at
Other community currencies are listed at Wikipedia.
A company called Atlantic Bank Note Company provides security printing. They appear to be micronation-friendly.

Peoples Republic of Cork
The Peoples Republic of CORK

A website devoted to just about any and all things related to and happening in the city of Cork, Ireland. This website is written with a great deal of civic pride and a spry sense of humor. Visit this site to see what is happening in their "home by the Lee".

Republic of CUERVO (Cuervo Nation)

Okay, you've probably heard about this one (so please stop writing me about it). Yes, it's on a real island (8 acres in total, and located at Longitude 62.4 West, Latitude 18.6 North), but it is not a sovereign nation! It is a private resort owned by Tequila Cuervo La Rojena, S.A. de C.V., located on Marina Cay, which is part of the British West Indies in Tortola. Marina Cay is also the site of a resort owned by Pusser's Resorts and Hotels (A division of Pussers Ltd., distillers of Pusser's Rum).


French language site offering digital renderings of flags and MP3's of national anthems.

Dagobert's Revenge Magazine
Dagobert's Revenge

"'Dagobert's Revenge' is a printed magazine that explores the topics of Judeo-Christian history, royal bloodlines, modern musick, conspiracy theories, the occult, fringe science, Freemasonry, the Holy Grail, the Knights Templar, and various other esoteric subjects. ... This site is intended to be a resource point for those interested in the subject matter of 'Dagobert's Revenge'." - from the website

This website, as well as the magazine it promoted, has been discontinued.
Instead, please visit these other sites by the magazine's founder:
Tracy R. Twyman's Personal Website
The Work of Tracy W. Twyman

Dead Counties (New URL)

Tim Brown', author of The Fight That Never Ends, about bullying and school harassment, has established a webpage of U.S. counties that, for one reason or another, no longer exist.

DMOZ Open Directory Project

An ambitious human-edited listing of websites according to category.

Free Territory of ELY-CHATELAINE (FTEC)
(Links updated 26 June 2011)

A libertarian-monarchist model country project that doesn't exactly fit into the "micronation" theme, but has it's members form their own "household governments". The founder, the late Marc Eric Ely-Chaitlin (1959-2001), claimed dynastic decendency dating back to King David, and sought the establishment of a royalist government in the USA. His website, details his ideas and writings (as well as numerous other links).

Enclaves of the World

Rolf Palmberg's excellent listing of enclaves of countries located within the boundries of other countries.
(Note: This site does not list sovereign nations located within other nations, such as San Marino within Italy, but parts of nations within other nations, such as Llivia, a Spanish town in southern France.)
"An enclave is a geographical territory which is completely surrounded by foreign territory. Such a territory is called an enclave only in respect to the surrounding foreign territory and an exclave in respect to the territory to which it is politically attached." - from the website

Encyclopædia Cicerone

"Encyclopædia Cicerone is intended to become a comprehensive listing of micronations, imaginary countries or states, virtual nations, countries or cities, imaginary cities or planets and the forms of artistic expression within that world." - from the website
NOTE: As of 27 November 2001, this website has apparently vanished. Any information as to the project will be welcome.

Escape Artist

If you're from the USA and decide to make you way to a real foreign country, this is the site to investigate. For émigrés, expatriates, and those who consider being one.
There's also a list of Micronation and New Country websites (including this one!) listed here.

Verda Stelo
Esperanto (Constructed language)

An artificial language invented by Dr. Ludovic Lazarus (Ludwik Lejzer) Zamenhof (1895-1917), intended as an international auxiliary language for global communication. Esperanto has several thousand speakers around the world, and it is one of the few languages to both a flag ("Verda Stelo" [Green Star}) and an anthem ("La Espero [The Hope]").
Esperanto was the official language of the short-lived Republic of Rose Island (Respubliko de la Insulo de la Rozoj).
Universal Esperanto Association (Universala Esperanto-Asocio)
Worker's Esperanto Movement
World Esperanto Youth Organization (Tutmonda Esperantista Junulara Organizo)
Wikipedia listing
Esperanto-Panorama (Informational website in Esperanto, English, French and Portuguese)
Travlang Esperanto Dictionaries
Akordo (Esperanto Language Vocal Group) [Website in Esperanto, English, Portuguese, German, Dutch, and Danish.]
"La Espero (The Hope)" (Esperanto Anthem) [MP3] Performed by Akordo.
"La Espero" lyrics in both Esperanto and English

Esperanto Language Websites
Akademio de Esperanto (Academy of Esperanto) (Language Regulation Authority)
Monato (Month) (Belgian Esperanto language news magazine)
Vikipedio (Esperanto language version of Wikipedia)

YouTube Videos
"The One Show" (BBC1)
"La Espero" (Esperanto anthem {On-screen lyrics in Eperanto})
"La Espero" (with English on-screen lyrics)
"The Internationale" sung in Esperanto
Trailer for the film "Incubus" (The only feature film in Esperanto)

Fifth World Scam Alerts

Warnings about 419 scams, true micronational scams, and other kinds of scams, as well as tips from,, the US Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and the New York State Office of Homeland Security.

Financial and Tax Fraud Education Associates, Inc.
See Quatloos

Flags of Stateless Nations

Geographic listings of flags related to independence groups and tribal homelands.
Website is in both English and French.

UPDATE: as of 12 October 2007, this website has vanished.

Flags of the World
Flags of the World

This is the vexillology website where many of the flag images used on this site were taken from.
Yes, this website about flags has a flag of its own.

Footnotes To History
Footnotes To History

James L. Erwin's incredibly researched site listing the many nation-states, free cities, schisms and sovereignties that history has forgotten or neglected.
Website is now at a new URL!
Alternative Routing URL here.

Frank's Compulsive Guide to Postal Addresses

Frank da Cruz's website on international addressing of mail. Amazingly detailed and complete.

"The Government-In-Exile"

A short story by Paul Collins.

Guerilla News Network
Guerilla News Network (New URL)

This website has apparently shut down. Former members are now running the Guerilla Underground Network.

The Gultchers Guide

Inspired by the concept of "Galt's Gultch" from Ayn Rand's novel Atlas Shrugged, this is a website-in-progress on various topics about building a sustainable community away from the prying eyes of society.

How To Start Your Own Micronation

On-line article that can answer most of your questions.

Howland & Baker Islander Flag
(Formerly "Republic of the HOWLAND AND BAKER ISLANDS")

Probably the finest and most convincing "forgery" on the Internet. To all the world, this is the official website of a small island nation; a former territorial holding of the USA with an active history and thriving economy. In reality, the three islands (which really do exist and are USA Territories) are unpopulated.
Stephen Abbott deserves applause for taking so much time and effort in creating a very impressive (and somewhat subversive) website.
(To be honest, the first time I visited this website, it had me fooled!)

CIA World Fact Book Listing (just in case you want to I did):
United States Pacific Island Wildlife Refuges

UPDATE: As of 12 October 2007, this website has vanished.


This began as an on-line role-playing game run by vexilologists (flag designers) where participants build their own countries on imaginary planets, but has branched out into wider interests, including several outright micronations that use the context of the ImagiNations worlds as "locations".
Thanks to Jake Gibson for this information!

Independent Long Island Flag
Independent Long Island (New York State)

"Independent Long Island (ILI) started as secessionist project.
"However, over time Long Island residents proved to be unconcerned as to why no state of the union is more restrictive to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, unconcerned about why they suffer one of the highest tax rates in the US.
"Independent Long Island is no longer a secessionist project. Just as any Italian-American organisation is not a secessionist nation, not even a nation in exile, but a cultural heritage institution, Independent Long Island is now a cultural heritage institution as well."
- from an e-mail by HMRD Cesidio Tallini

Additional information here.

International Council of Independent States (ICIS)

A "United Nations" of sorts, mostly of stamp-making model countries.

Intentional Communities

"Intentional Community is an inclusive term for ecovillages, cohousing, residential land trusts, communes, student co-ops, urban housing cooperatives and other related projects and dreams...
"This Web site serves the growing communities movement. We provide important information and access to crucial resources for seekers of community, existing and forming communities, and other friends of community."
- from a guestbook entry

Internet Assigned Numbers Authority

This is a list of the root-zone suffixes by TLD code (from ".ac" for Ascension Island to ".zw" for Zimbabwe).

" is an independent private initiative, to promote:
- the economic and moral sides of international free trade and free enterprise;
- moral guidelines which stimulate private property and entrepeneurship, mutual respect and personal growth;
The main activity of is the blog, which will ask attention for actual or more classical articles in the realm of globalization, economic development and international trade. Mostly this site will be updated twice a week."
- from the website


A mock website that "promotes" a Christian nation as mapped out by the 2004 Presidential Election results (ie; The Republican [red] states being "Jesusland" and the Democratic [blue] states being "The United States of Canada").
Other websites of interest are the US-run Sorry Everybody and the Canadian-run MarryAnAmerican.

Jet Lag Travel

Satirical website promoting a series of humor books in the form of tourist guidebooks to fictional states (Anyone who has read any of the Lonely Planet guidebooks will know exactly what I mean). The first three books of the series, written by Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner and Rob Sitch, are Molvanîa; A Land Untouched by Modern Dentistry, Phâic Tan; Sunstroke On a Shoestring and San Sombrèro: Land of Carnivals, Cocktails and Coups. Other planned books include references to the non-existant lands of Costa Del Pom, Pfaffländ, Gastronesia, Sherpastan, and two additional books: Arduous Walks ("From the rain-drenched beech forests of Waidafukoo to the ankle-twisting steppes of Blisterstan, this guide will take you there, step by painful step.") and Travel For Seniors ("Featuring the World's 10 quietest capitals, tips on the best way to lodge a complaint, and the fifty most likely places you would have left your reading glasses.").

David Kendall's National Anthems Reference Page


An on-line personality test to determine what type of person you'd be in a medieval society.
While intended as a personality test for corporate office personell, this is an intriguing website in its own right.

Kiseean Micronational Institute

"The first micronational institute of a micronation."
UPDATE: As of 12 October 2007, this website has vanished.

Law Notes

"Common Law Ramblings and other neat stuff relating to personal sovereignty." - from the website

The Legend of Sovereignty

Magnificent collection of links to websites and articles, maintained by fellow micropatriologist, DD Ting. Highly reccomended!

Libertarian Microfiche Publishing

A research/archival project of John Zube. He is compiling a CD-ROM of essays and articles concerning libertarianism, anarchism, sovereignty, and related issues.
A supplementary website can be found here.

Links to Micro-National and Fantasy Coins (New URL!)

Erik Victor McCrea, founder of his own model country, Nichtsburg and Zilchstadt, has a "website in progress" on micronation coinage.

Lonely Planet

In case you get the urge to visit any of the real countries listed, this is a great place to start.

Crest of the Kingdom of Lovely
Kingdom of LOVELY

"The Kingdom of Lovely is a partly Internet-based micronation which claims the flat of its creator and ruler, the comic writer Danny Wallace, as its territory. As with many of Wallace's projects, the micronation was conceived with media in mind; in this case a television series, produced during 2004-2005 for the BBC and called How to Start Your Own Country." - from the Wikipedia listing
Included on the website are reports on his attempts on having the Kingdom of Lovely admitted into the United Nations, his interview with Edwin Strauss (author of How to Start Your Own Country), his visits to the Principality of Sealand and the Principality of Seborga, and his attempting to declare independence from Great Britain.
The Latin motto on the seal, "Die dulci freure", translates into "Have a nice day."

Magnoli Props

Anthony "Indy" Magnoli, a collector and manufacturer of film and TV props, offers his services to make passports for your micronation. Each one is hand-made (or can be mass-produced) and prices vary as to the features requested.

Margaritaville ®

"Margaritaville" is a mythical island that is " the tropics somewhere between the Port of Indecision and Southwest of Disorder", popularized in the song of the same name (which takes it's title from the famous tequila cocktail). The song was written by Jimmy Buffett and performed with his musical group, the Coral Reefer (sic) Band. It remains a cult hit long after fading from the Top-10 charts. Musician, Author, Actor and Environmental Activist Jimmy Buffett has parlayed the song's popularity (along with the devoted following of his fans, known affectionately as "Parrotheads") into a chain of stores and cafes (including "Cheeseburger in Paradise"), as well as a tequila, a beer (Landshark Lager), a line of footwear (Soles of the Tropics), a "frozen concoction maker" and a web radio station (which can also be heard on satellite radio in North America: XM Channel 55 and Sirius Channel 31).

Micronational Cartography Society [MCS]

"The MCS is a non-profit organisation dedicated to providing a contiguous map for micronations based solely within cyberspace. These are sometime referred to as virtual or cyber-nations. In layman's terms - the MCS is for any non-territorial online community that seeks to represent itself on a ficticious world alongside other states like itself. Our members range from online simulations based on science fiction, to realistic communities based on such concepts as Zoroastrianism. For a more in-depth understanding of what micronations are, this site can prove quite helpful and informative. - from the website

Micronational Olympics Committee
(aka International Micronational Olympics Committee)

"This is the place to debate all possible and impossible topics related to micronational olympics. We would like to ask the help and support from all micronationalists to make this a lasting effort and common cause in micronationalism." - from the website

"Apart from a few serious secessionist movements, most micronations are essentially nation-state simulations, with varying degrees of seriousness. Unlike role-playing games, micronations have real people who compete for fame, fortune and power, and engage in lively debate and entertainment. Many nations incorporate popular sports and economic simulations.
"Altogether, they are an ideal environment for those who are interested in politics and communities to experiment with and experience different types of government, and to meet a diverse range of interesting people. It's a whole world unto itself...
- from the website

This website features the Micronational News Network EZBoard forum.

Montevideo Convention on the Rights and Duties of States

The basic document concerning what can and cannot be considered a state, no matter how small or how sparcely populated.
(Also known as David Kendall's National Anthems Reference Page)

Over 300 entries on National Anthems, including MIDI and MP3 files, and in some cases, lyrics and sheet music. Including anthems of non-extant states and retired anthems.

A collection of national anthems as MP3 files.

See also Zach Harden's National Anthems Page which includes the Sealand National Anthem.

NETCRACY.ORG - The True Democracy Site

"A Direct Democracy System Through Internet, in which the citizens will be able to vote in each law/action of the government, without the need of politicians." - from the website
NOTE: As of 27 November 2001, this website has apparently been shut down.
The domain is listed as being for sale.

New Countries

Maximiliano Herrera's website detailing sovereignty movements of various territories and their prospects for independence. He also runs a website devoted to human rights issues.

A New Land: Creating a real micronation

Peter Sidor's wiki on founding a micronation. An admirable effort and worthy of both a visit and support.

Emperor Norton I

A detailed website, complete with an assortment of links, devoted to the one and only Joshua Abraham Norton (1811-1880), the 19th century eccentric who, after losing his entire fortune (and perhaps much of his sanity) trying to corner the San Francisco market in rice, proclaimed himself "His Imperial Majesty, Norton I, Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico" and was openly embraced by San Franciscans as their "monarch".
Despite being penniless, he was treated with courtesy and respect by his fellow San Franciscans, was allowed to eat for free at the city's finest establishments, was allowed to ride for free on the city's trolley cars, was given free rent in a boarding house, and even marched at the head of the annual Police parade.
He had his own paper currency printed with his likeness, which was accepted at face value by San Francisco merchants. The notes are very rare and are now highly prized by collectors.
One of his official proclamations in 1872 was: "Whoever after due and proper warning shall be heard to utter the abdominal word 'Frisco,' which has no linguistic or other warrant, shall be deemed guilty of a High Misdemeanor..." To this day, San Franciscans still refuse to use the term "Frisco" to refer to their city.
Another of his proclamations called for a bridge to be built over San Francisco Bay. In 1933, construction began on what is now the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. In 2004, an unsuccessful resolution was made to rename a new span of the bridge after him.
When he died in abject poverty on 8 January 1880, the San Francisco Chronicle reported his passing the next day with the headline "Le Roi est Mort" (The King is Dead). The San Francisco Morning Call wrote, "Norton the First, by the grace of God Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico, departed this life." Several hundred people filed past his body as it lay in state at an undertaker's shop. He was buried on 10 January at San Francisco's Masonic Cemetery, with a funeral cortage reportedly 2 miles (3.2 kilometers) long. An estimated 30,000 people attended his burial. The day after his burial, the skies above San Francisco were darkened by a total solar eclipse.
On 30 June 1934, his remains was moved to Woodlawn Memorial Park in Colma, California. During the time his coffin was above ground, flags in the city were lowered to half-staff and businesses closed their doors. His tombstone reads:
1819 - 1880

Another good source of information on Emperor Norton is an entry in Wikipedia.

On 5 September 2007, the website for The Imperial Government of Norton II in Exile was established.

Nutopian Flag
NUTOPIA (Historical website)

In 1973, during his probems with the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), musician John Lennon, along with his wife Yoko Ono, "founded" the conceptual nation of Nutopia. According to their declaration and appeal for recognition by the United Nations (appropriately dated 1 April 1973, April Fool's Day), Nutopia had no borders or passports, was governed "cosmic" laws, and one became a citizen by being aware of Nutopia. The Nutopian flag was solid white. On John Lennon's album "Mind Games", there is a track entitled "Nutopian International Anthem". It consists of three seconds of silence.
In 2006 a Nutopia website was created by Lions Gate Entertainment, the producers of the documentary The U.S. Versus John Lennon.
Website: Welcome To Nutopia

Passports of the World (New URL!)

A gallery of the covers of passports fom around the world, including The Orthodox Christian Cultural and Diplomatic Organization (COC), International Parliment for Safety and Peace, United Nations and Waveland.

Private Islands Online

After being asked too many times where islands can be purchased, I present this site, listing the availability and costs of privately owned islands for sale or rent. They also inform you about the fantasies and the realities about owning private islands, as well as why you can't buy an island and proclaim it a sovereign nation.

Quatloos (New URL!)

An excellent website, run by Financial and Tax Fraud Education Associates, Inc., devoted to exposing financial scams and con-games, including "sovereign citizen" programs, tax-protester theories, offshore-banking scams, "NESARA" (National Economic Stabilization and Recovery Act), "Nigerian" and "Lottery Winner" scams and Milti-Level Marketing (MLM) programs. Highly recommended.

Synergized Debentured Netdom of QUATLOOSIA

Mock micronation established by the folks at the above-listed Quatloos.

Richard's Personal Page

The personal website of Richard Cervantes, whose hobbies include micropatriology-related coins and flags.

Seasteading Project (

This is the home of the Seasteading Project, which aims to build sovereign, self-sufficient floating platforms, thus creating new territory on the oceans. Our fundamental principle is to approach this ambitious vision in a realistic manner. This includes using conventional technologies whenever possible, coming up with profitable business models, and progressing by bootstrapping through a reasonable series of steps. - from the website

"Creating a worldwide Secession Network based on principles of: Right to Secede - Community-Based Secession - Libertarian/Decentralist Political Processes - Nonviolent Secession and Institutions" - from the website

Seperatist and Independence Movements

Geographically indexed listing of assorted websites, compiled by The Constitution Society.

Separatist, Para-military, Military, Intelligence, and Political Organizations

(Compiled by Bob Cromwell)

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"Spontoon Island Archipelago"

A "historic" (and absolutely charming) website devoted to a fictional island cluster in the North Pacific Ocean, created by cartoonist Ken Fletcher. The achipelago's "history" (circa 1920-1945) has been added to by various writers and cartoonists, both professional and amateur.

Tax Prophet

Another excellent site about taxes, with articles on trust scams, the U.S. tax protest movement, and the many (unsuccessful) legal battles of the anti-tax diehard, Irwin Schiff.

Tax Protester FAQ

"The purpose of this FAQ is to provide concise, authoritative rebuttals to nonsense about the U.S. tax system that is frequently posted in misc.taxes, and on web sites scattered throughout the Internet, by a variety of fanatics, idiots, and dupes, frequently referred to by the courts as 'tax protesters'."
"This 'FAQ' is therefore not a collection of frequently asked questions, but a collection of frequently made assertions, together with an explanation of why each assertion is false.
"And the assertions addressed in this FAQ are not merely false, but completely ridiculous, requiring not just ignorance of law and history, but a suspension of logic and reason."
- from the website

Another good source of refutation of anti-tax claims is the Internal Revenue Service itself, especially their resources "The Truth About Frivolous Tax Arguments" and "Why Do I Have to Pay Taxes?"
To those who insist there is no law requiring anyone to pay taxes, Financial & Tax Fraud Education Associates, Inc. (F&TFEA), the publishers of, has set up the webpage, which shows why you're wrong. According to the website, the folks at F&TFEA... "...will pay the sum of $10 million in cash to the first person who can prove to the satisfaction of any U.S. Court of Appeals or the U.S. Supreme Court that there is no law that makes the average American liable to pay the income tax." By the way, you have to prove it in court. Don't bother telling them about your "theories".
And besides, if there was a "silver bullet" to avoid paying taxes ,someone would have found it by now!

Because of the large number of related liaks, a separate page has been established for Techonocracy.

An website devoted to dissident activity in the USA. Be prepared for harsh language and graphic photos.
"Well thanks to the Bush Administration using your tax money to pay the millions of dollars it costs for those anti-drug commercials that you all saw over and over again during the baseball playoffs, we are now fully aware that anyone that has ever smoked a joint is responsible for murdering some innocent family somewhere. Is there really anyone so stupid to believe that? Hey I got an idea. Let's legalize the Constitution so we can grow our own bud..... we can then cut out the middle man and save a family:)" - from the website
NOTE: Website suspended as of 25 June 2003.

United Micro Nations League

"We are searching for REAL Micro Nations and all Fifth World Nations who wish to join a league similar to the United Nations. Any nation which is serious and has the goal of gaining land and announcing their sovereignty to the world please feel free to e-mail us...and request to join our league. We feel those nations who have these goals as there own should have a place where they can talk with others who share similar goals and be able to meet and share information as well as friendships." - from the website

"Unreal Estate"

Promotional website for the book "Unreal Estate: the Men Who Sold the Moon" by Virgiliu Pop. To quote an e-mail from Mr. Pop, "While the book deals mainly with the sale of extraterrestrial real estate, one of its chapters is dedicated to the Nation of Celestial Space, created in 1948 and encompassing all of the Universe."
This book may be purchased through this website's bookstore.

Unrecognized States Numismatic Society
Unrecognized States Numismatic Society

"Specialising in the study of coins, medallic pieces, banknotes and related numismatic, pseudonumismatic and exonumismatic material issued by unrecognised states, alternative governments, rebel and secessionist groups, political associations, alternative currency promoters, chivalric orders, new country projects, micronations and related entities, commercial organisations, artists, writers, film makers, royal pretenders and exiles, fantasists and utopian visionaries." - from the website

Vinnland Flag
"People's Technocratic Republic of VINNLAND"

Hypothetical nation created by the members of the metal rock group Type O Negative. To quote Jitse Verwer from the Flags of the World website:

"The flag for Vinnland, or more precisely "the people's technocratic republic of Vinnland" appears on the back of the three latest albums of the Goth-Rockgroup Type O Negative as well on numerous t-shirts. The flag is supposed to symbolize the republic of Vinnland situated in north America. Vinnland and it's flag are the brain child of the hulking blackhaired frontman of the band Type O Negative: Peter Steele. Steele incorporated his idea's of paganism, left/right wing political flirtations and his own heritage (his mother was part Icelandic) into a concept of a republic named after the first name the Vikings gave to north America: Vinland."

According to Wikipedia, the flag has been adopted of groups of various distinction, including Germanic Neo-Pagans, White Seperatists, White Nationalists and Neo-Nazis, some of whom propose establishing a separate white homeland in North America (It is very doubtful that these groups have any direct ties to the band Type O Negative).

Patriotic (Seller of Vinnland flags)


An on-line encyclopedia with extensive and frequently updated entries:
Active Autonomist and Secessionist Movements
Ethnic Groups

Wolfe's Lodge (New URL!)

This is the personal website of the one and only Claire Wolfe, author of some incredible books, including; "The Freedom Outlaw's Handbook: 179 Things to Do 'Til the Revolution", "Think Free to Live Free: A Political Burnout's Guide to Life, Activism, and Everything" and "I Am Not a Number: Freeing America from the ID State", which dare you to reconsider the world around you, and just how your freedoms and privacy are quickly vanishing. Her website has some wonderful original writings. Highly recommended to everyone interested in just how far down the road we've gone.

"World Passport"

This is (was?) a very bold art project by Swiss-born Australian artist Tom Müeller. It is a replica passport that is, in his words, "...steeped in the language of bureaucracy and the world of administration, it operates to permeate beyond the role of nationalism and uses the platform of art to liberate these confined boundaries that contemporary society imposes on us. Breaking the sense of national boundaries and pushing new frontiers."
While it is very official looking document, the artist stresses it is an artistic concept and is not to be used as an actual passport.
NOTE: In 2002, the Australian Federal Police intercepted a shipment of his passport artworks shipped from Europe, mistaking them for fake identification that might be used by terrorists. Müeller himself was brought in for questioning and after convincing authorties that he was an artist and not a terrorist, was released.

NOTICE: Website inactive as of 20 July 2007

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World Service Authority (World Government of World Servers)

A group that is striving to establish a global democratic government and issues passports and other identity documents that have been recognized on a de facto basis over 130 countries, and on a de jure (official) basis in six (Burkina Faso, Ecuador, Mauritania, Tanzania, Togo, Zambia).
The organization was founded by WW2 US Army Air Force bomber pilot and Prisoner of War Garry Davis (former stage actor and son of bandleader Meyer Davis), who made headlines around the world on 22 November 1948, when he and several like-minded people interrupted the UN General Assembly in Paris, demanding the formation of a democratic world government.

World Statesmen (Website maintained by Benjamin Cahoon)

"World Statesmen is an encyclopedia of nations, colonies, international and religious organizations, and other polities. Country facts, maps, anthems, flags, links, and multiple indexes will help you explore the fascinating world of global politics and history." - from the website
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