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How to get Respect for a new Flag.

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  • #10573
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    elspru
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    OCEANOPOLIS wrote:

    I wish you to live long and prosper, on the anchorless seastead, flying a black, grey and white flag, while running your hydrofoyl and the auto-pilot.

    Thank you,

    also with renewable energies stored in hydrogen.

    When you have to “park”, watch out for for the handicap no parking signs, ’cause the tickets are steep and” they” might revoke your license.

    I’ve recently posted about Freeman Society

    http://seasteading.org/interact/forums/research/philosophy-and-law/freeman-society

    People are already driving cars without licences, insurance and with self-made plates, completely legally.

    In Canada at least, “boating licence” or boat operators card, is non-revokable and life-time garunteed.

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    #10581
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    Altaica
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    wohl1917 wrote:

    internation [sic] documentation [sic] that has stated a State is what another state says is a state.”

    OK: The 1933 Montevideo Convention on Rights and Duties of States adopted by the Seventh International Conference of American States.

    The only document you have to support The constitutive theory of statehood is the Montevideo Convention on Rights and Duties of States? Not onlt it the Montevideo Convention on Rights and Duties of States codify the Declarative theory of statehood is it THE declarative theory of statehood document.

    The Montevideo Convention on the Rights and Duties of States was a treaty signed at Montevideo, Uruguay, on December 26, 1933, during the Seventh International Conference of American States. The Convention codified the declarative theory of statehood as accepted as part of customary international law.

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    #10580
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    Altaica
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    elspru wrote:

    well the shore-going boats can have anchors.

    A seastead is more likely to be equiped with hydrofoil equipment,

    to sail on the currents, or some other passive propulsion.

    Your right!

    Propellers and sails are more seasteady….

    #10584
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    “Yo, don’t argue with fools (you’ll look like one too)!” I answered the question you asked: the Seventh International Conference of American States and the members there of, signed the 1933 Montivideo Convention on the Rights and Duties of States saying as states what a state is. Period. Elspru circular or not it is what it is because it is said I AM and his boyz (Jesus & The Ghost) to to Moses from the burning bush…

    < http://ocr.wikia.com/wiki/Oceanic_Citizens_Republic_Wiki>

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    well there is also the UNPO

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unrepresented_Nations_and_Peoples_Organization

    could be a stepping stone for going from unrecognized to recognized.

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