Declaration for the Formation of a Digital World

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The "Declaration for the formation of a digital world", popularized among the Timerians as the Jasbleidy Declaration, was taken to the Senate in july of 2007 by Senator Abraham Jasbleidy, and approved with the votes in favour of the Socialist Party and the Communist Party, and rejected by the National Party. The political party that was not represented in the Senate - the Senate Monarchy Party - also rejected the Declaration.

Content of the Declaration for the Formation of a Digital World

Since the beginning of micronationalism, our micronations have been truncated by the macro-states, which, exercising their power violently, have reaffirmed that, physically, there can be no new countries without violence to create them.

If we hope to create our own country, to function well, to have its own market, we must therefore renounce physical territories in order to achieve economic, cultural and social independence.

Why the physical territories? We must show the macro-states that our project, the micronational, is not like theirs. Serious micronations want our own country and for that we do not need a piece of land. We can and must build our nation, as a nation, from the bottom up, starting with culture, and we already have that.

We micronations have our own culture, a way of life and way of thinking that are not those of our macro-state, that is why we want a different country, because, despite being born in a part of the physical planet, we do not feel like such members of that homeland, our homeland is our micronation.

In order to create our own country, we must follow certain guidelines, which must be, above all, that of achieving economic independence, and for this purpose we propose a method.

We will therefore start by forging our own market economy, and for this we must start with everything digital. Since we have no homes or physical territories, we will start with digital homes, digital cars, all digital. Once that is developed, we will put a price on it, which the Government of each micronation will consider appropriate. From then on, the citizens will start buying and selling, and with this, together with the creation of companies, we will have developed our own market.

We have this option or continue to fight for physical territories, which can be taken away from us at any time.

Isn't this method more convenient?

We give up the physical in exchange for our own country, and start a new world from scratch. Everybody knows the first world, nobody thought of creating a parallel world, a Second World. And that's where we come in.