Today marks the eleventh anniversary of the Creation of Sandus on 26 May 2009. Back in 2009, Sandefreistikhan, as our country used to be called, declared its independence from the Republic of Trénois, a micronation created by a group of friends in central Maryland. Since then, Sandus has grown into a modest country over the…Read More
All articles filed in May 2020
[SC] What right do I have?
Yesterday I published an op-ed about historical simulationism in micronationalism where I criticised another micronation’s propaganda, rhetoric, and justification for a political reform. This “pseudo-intellectual” “foreign interference” responded to a domestic trend in Sandum literature on Realism, which since February 2012 has argued fervently against micronational hobbyism and simulationism. I did not define simulationism in…Read More
[SC] Historical Simulationism and its Incoherence
In February 2019 I announced that I would offer free Latin translations to micronationalists who wanted them. That offer still stands, as does the reason why I gave it in the first place: a lot of micronational Latin is bad and incoherent, and micronations should not settle for second rate. Rather, some knowledge is needed…Read More
[SC] This Remembrance Day, Stay Home & Remember
Remembrance Day is 9 May, and this year marks the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory over Fascism. But how will you celebrate the momentous anniversary of the victory without friends and family around, without the annual Red Square parade that has been postponed? You can still make the day special at home with those…Read More