UMMOA FM takes Norway and Hungary off the list of recognised states
Except for the Republic of Cabinda, a non-UN member state with which the UMMOA has bilateral diplomatic relations, the UMMOA Foreign Ministry (FM) recognises any specific UN, or non-UN state only unilaterally. Including Cabinda, the UMMOA recognises 14 states.
Some of these 14 states, such as India, have a dismal human rights record with regard to the treatment of women.
Others like the United States, through their intelligence agencies and/or NGOs, interfere continuously in the internal affairs of sovereign states, and without valid or legitimate cause, or treat friendly sovereign states like vassal states.
International law is based on voluntary compliance. Forced compliance violates the spirit of international law, which is a relationship between legal peers or equals, and an environment which makes the perpetuation of colonialisation possible, and/or makes the violation of self-determination possible, is inherently illegal, against the very spirit of international law.
So the UMMOA Foreign Ministry maintains the recognition of the 14 states for the sake of some holy or sacred citizens, not because all these states are admirable, or even partially admirable.
The UMMOA also recognises other states for other reasons.
The UMMOA Foreign Ministry recognises this second category of states either because they have enacted anti-GMO laws, and have thus acted as environmental protectors, or because they have otherwise acted as Moral Agents on important issues, usually with concern to human rights.
The United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA®) has four national missions:
Cesidian law treats the right to privacy, life, and liberty as the primary elements of Fundamental Rights, and these rights are fundamental because they are associated with the individual, family, and government respectively .
Recently, Norwegian authorities have deprived a Russian family of its child without presenting any documents. The child was apparently later returned to the family, but this is still a grave violation. This is a grave human rights violation, since it is a violation of the fundamental rights of a family under Cesidian law, which the UMMOA believes is a higher law than even national and international law.
Recently, Hungary proposed an Internet tax on usage for its people. The tax was later cancelled after a public outcry, but this is still yet another unjustified tax, since governments neither provide Internet services, nor maintain the Internet itself. This is a grave human rights violation, since in the past the UMMOA has not only claimed it maintains an independent Internet, which is not supported by any UN member state, but the UMMOA has also proved it is, quite literally, the Internet [2, 3]. Any tax on the Internet is thus a violation of the UMMOA itself, which directly provides alternative Internet services through the Cesidian Root, and which is, in its own right, a significant portion of the Internet, and the UMMOA cannot continue to exist without it, since it controls no sovereign territory. Any tax on the Internet is thus a tax against the UMMOA global government, and also a violation of Cesidian law, since this attacks the fundamental right of a government to exist.
On 2 November 2014, therefore, the UMMOA Foreign Ministry (FM) has taken Norway and Hungary off the list of recognised states.
In the past, Chile was booted off the list of recognised states which existed even prior to the UMMOA Foreign Ministry (FM), the Micronational Professional Registry list, because its Supreme Court made the offensive statement that Native inhabitants on Easter Island, have been illegally squatting since 1888 . Since then, Chile's Supreme Court, and Chile in general, are improving in their treatment of the rights of Native peoples, so the UMMOA may place Chile back on the list of recognised states, if it continues to see progress.
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