UMMOA Foreign Ministry (UFM)

If you are, or work for the United States Secretary of State, or your are, or work for the Foreign Minister of the People's Republic of China, or your are, or work for the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, and you were expecting to find information here about the UMMOA's Foreign Relations, please go to the Paradiplomatic Affairs (PDA) website.

Paradiplomatic Affairs (PDA), which was launched in June 2013, deals directly with foreign countries, foreign agencies, foreign country subdivisions, foreign municipalities, foreign institutions, foreign organisations and/or professionals, whether these deliberately recognise the UMMOA nation-state, and/or the GEO country-region, or not. PDA has come into existence because the UMMOAGEO System is not recognised at very high levels by any UN Member yet, and since UMMOAGEO wants nothing to do with the United Nations System — because it is the anti-societalistic agency
par excellence, and a den of bankster havens — the PDA agency deals only with things the UN System, and affiliated organisations would deal with.

The UMMOA Foreign Ministry (UFM), on the other hand, was launched before PDA, in March 2013, and has mainly dealt with foreign country code top-level domains (ccTLDs), not foreign countries. The first countries that received
de facto recognition were those with UMMOA Nationals. UFM, therefore, will now be used to register foreign citizens and their families, and assist them in becoming more and more Ummoagian, but will not concern itself with passport issuance, since passports, even diplomatic passports, are not recognised by the UMMOA anymore [1]. The UFM will also occupy itself with the optimum maintenance of UMMOA domains, to ensure only non-alien domains are supported, and that no monies are wasted on domains that favour alien, even enemy alien or foreign government interests only. The UFM will also monitor the Internet to ensure that UMMOA English (UGV; en-UGV; Ⓤ) will never be monopolised by government, business, or religious oligarchs, since anti-societalistic contamination has also begun to seriously affect all other varieties of English [2].

Are you a Ummoagian?

Are you a Ummoagian or UMMOA National? To find that out, you must first find out what is the UMMOA.

The UMMOA is the acronym for the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago:

The UMMOA is a nation or people scattered around the world. A United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) examining attorney has described the UMMOA wordmark as indicating "membership in a political organization concerned with international affairs".

The term Ummoagian (Um·mo·a·gi·an) comes from the word UMMOA (UM·MO·A), and the suffix at the end of the word archipelagian (ar·chi·pe·la·gi·an). After all, a Ummoagian is a "United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelagian".

Is a Ummoagian a micronationalist?

Good question. According to the Wikipedia, a micronation is "an entity that claims to be an independent nation or state but is not officially recogni[s]ed by world governments or major international organi[s]ations" [3]. Question to you: do you know of any real nation, which is not a state, which is officially recognised by world governments or major international organisations?

Of course you don't! All nations that don't have full control of certain territories are unrecognised, and remain unrecognised by states! So the Wikipedia deliberately commingles the term nation and state, and thus micronation and microstate, as if they were the same thing, and they are not. The Wikipedia does this because the intent of its article is not to be nonjudgemental and/or scientific, but to be disparaging and demeaning of even potential competition to the nation-state in the UN club. The Wikipedia is and remains an instrument of propaganda of nation-states, and for this reason we do not support it. If you want authoritative information about the UMMOA, you will find it in the research-oriented Wikinfo [4], not the propaganda-oriented Wikipedia.

A nation is an aggregate of people united by common descent, history, culture, or language, inhabiting a particular country or territory. A state, on the other hand, is an aggregate of land with a sovereign government and laws.

The UMMOA is a micronation, but unlike most of the micronations mentioned in the Wikipedia because:
  1. it is not a social, economic, or political simulation (the USPTO itself defines it an international political organisation);
  2. it is not an exercise in personal entertainment or self-aggrandisement (Ummogians do real work daily);
  3. it is not an exercise in fantasy or creative fiction (the UMMOA runs a real alternative Internet);
  4. it is not a vehicle for the promotion of an agenda (the UMMOA is a better nation, not an attempt to change other nations);
  5. it is not an entity created for fraudulent purposes (the UMMOA does not exist for profit purposes, whether fraudulent or legitimate);
  6. it is not based on an historical anomaly, and not aspiring to be a state (actually the UMMOA wants to develop a new continent or region, not a new country or state);
  7. it is not a new-country project (the UMMOA was always a nation from the very beginning, with people capable of developing and maintaining an alternative Internet);
  8. it is not an exercise in historical revisionism (the UMMOA wants to change the future of its people, not the past of another);
  9. it is not an alternative government (the UMMOA's influence, unlike that of a state, is over individuals, organisations, and even some real nations or states, not over territory).
So the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA) is a real micronation, a real international political organisation according to the USPTO, that came into being through a group of talented and passionate people who still manage a global alternative Internet, the Cesidian Root [5].

Ummoagians are not micronationalists as the Wikipedia describes them, people who may have some good, honest, and even non-selfish reasons for developing and maintaining a small nation, but who are still part of this world, and still impressed by tyrannical states enough to ape them, rather than mock them. No, Ummoagians don't admire states, but completely despise them, because they are societalists, the very opposite of Machiavellian politicians.

Societalists are people who like some do believe small is beautiful, but their beliefs go beyond mere economic needs with a unique societal-political discovery: individuals, families, and small communities or organisations are not just losing to governments because of the economic exploitation of non-renewable resources, treated as expendable income, but also through the daily exploitation of people, treated no differently than beasts. Societalists realise that we are also facing a constant social and cultural assault, as we are deprived of our rights not just by big government, but also by big business and big religion, which often work in partnership with governments while making average people believe they are on the peoples' side, all while using people for their own benefit alone.

A societalist realises that environmental problems are not the root cause of societal problems, but only one of the many symptoms of a dysfunctional or sick society, a society which has been contaminated by big politics, big business, and big religion in a way similar to how once natural or organic farms have been polluted by patented chemicals and genetically modified organisms. Other symptoms are the daily tolerance of egregious human rights violations, even the use of language as a mere political tool, in order to further enhance the exploitation of people, when language should be used only to communicate truth, or at least the closest thing to truth.

Societalists understand that it is important to advocate or work for the protection of individuals, families, small groups and communities, and other natural (ie grassroots) organisations. The societalist cannot even begin to resolve societal problems, unless he realises that he needs to protect natural (ie grassroots) societies from the nefarious and detrimental effects of big religion, big business, and big politics.

A societalist is thus not a socialist, because politics is not a solution to societal problems, but the principal source of societal problems. A societalist is not a capitalist, because free markets, and unfree people, are not a solution to societal problems either, but only another source of societal problems.

Unlike most micronationalists, Ummoagians are thus societalists at their core, and while these beliefs generally emphasise the protection of human rights, family rights, national (indigenous) rights, linguistic rights, cultural rights and the natural environment, Ummoagians also seek solutions in order to actually rehabilitate the natural environment whenever possible; they protect unbiased investigative journalism, and promote unpoliticised academic and scientific freedom; they support an Internet free of censorship; and they attempt to develop alternative economic systems.

If you wish to become a Ummoagian or UMMOA National in order to further focus on this broad societalistic mission, please visit the website below.