Recognition of a Micro-Nation
What is recognition and do we need or want recognition ? All too often we hear that some newly declared nation, tribe or territory is not recognized by the so-called international community (ca. 190 corporate countries) and/or the United Nations. All of them currently operating under the colour of law as criminal cartels, and every attempt seeking remedy, redress or recourse, i.e. filing with many of the highest courts in the world or respective territories, is stifled, ignored or sabotaged, because all ‘judges’ are acting as agents for the banks aka Rome. Who wants to be recognized by them until such time they possibly come to the table, stand true to their word and honour their oath of office ? First and foremost it is the people of a nation who recognize it, if it wasn’t for them, nations would cease to exist or not exist in the first place.
What is proposed by many micro-nation people is to rather recognize each other than seek approval from the old masters, i.e. UN, World Bank, NATO, EU or even UNPO and other such registered entities. Very similar to the notary situation we often face in our endeavours, why make use of a notary public registered or affiliated with a BAR law firm, when 2 or more witnesses of sound mind are sufficient to certify your documentation or existence ? (Note, there still are a few independent notaries out there.)
The most remarkable example in terms of recognition so far and leading by example, are the Southern Cherokee Nation and Red Fire People, they have no intention to secede a territorial land mass from the united states of america (yet), it is not always desired and/or required when establishing an International Independent Recognized Sovereign Neutral Nation and State (see also Republic of Good Hope). Depending on jurisdictions, status, historical treaties and applied common sense and tolerance, there should be no problem for more than one nation occupying the same land, each governed by their own customs, but mutually respected.
Similar to people and citizens living in the same area or neighbourhood; people, free from benefits and obligation to and from the state, usually don’t have a problem with citizens who chose to be subjects of the state, but citizens and the state cannot allow for and tolerate free, self-determining and sovereign people, for various obvious reasons.