Cesidian political science gaining unexpected academic respectability

Let's face it: it just doesn't happen in a natural way anymore. Everything is so flawed in this world lately, so overrated, so artificial.

Countries that behave like the East German Stasi are not called Second World nations, mind you, but "superpowers", for some strange reason, while countries that behave like a real superpower are called a "regional power" [1].

As an academic, scholar, or intellectual, either you are a part of some major or minor university, so long it is accredited (in the US), or recognised by some UN member state's Ministry of Education (most other countries), or you simply don't exist in any respectable or scholarly way.

Independent scholars don't have an easy time, regardless of how qualified they are, regardless how solid their theories or research appears to be, and if they are associated with a university like Saint René Descartes University (StRDU), which is not accredited by any of those six magical regional accreditors recognised by the United States Department of Education (USDE), or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA); which is recognised by a solid nation, but not by any of the UN members' education ministries [2]; then just about anyone is authorised to attack your credibility, even those who never had any, and probably never will.

There is, however, an exception with someone as incomprehensible as the HMRD Cesidio Tallini, normally diagnosed as "mentally insane" by many who, despite appearances, actually do not have a licence to practice medicine as a psychiatrist would; actually are not licenced by any US or UN state to practice psychology; and actually they are usually not licenced professional counselors either, or National Board certified counselors, but they still provide an illegal diagnosis of Tallini's mental state.

Tallini, besides being the Governor of the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA™), is also the Chancellor of Saint René Descartes University (StRDU), so you wouldn't expect an independent scholar like him to enjoy any credibility, especially before the so-called "real world" — whatever that is.

Yet Tallini is surprisingly listed in Google Scholar Citations, and has a quite respectable page at Academia.edu.

Tallini's Cesidian political science (scientia politica cesidiana) is also beginning to gain momentum in the citation department.

His first book about introductory Cesidian political science entitled, The Fifth World: micronationalism on steroids, is selling quite well for someone who is a virtual unknown outside the world of micronations, and was cited in the references of the scholarly paper, "Eliciting a Universe of Meaning Within a Global Information Society of Fragmenting Knowledge and Relationships" [3, 4].

An article by Tallini about applied Cesidian political science entitled, "Somaliland has become a Third World nation", was also cited in its entirety by Somaliland Patriots News.

But the greatest appreciation yet for Tallini's new field of political science, has come recently from the Illinois State Archaeological Survey (ISAS), part of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign system, which cites his article entitled, "Early Native American city became experiment in multiculturalism", within the "Articles on the Multiculturalism of Cahokia" section.

Yes, Cesidian political science is being used to lend additional credibility to real world archaeological discoveries already!
HMRD Cesidio Tallini [5, 6]
Saint René Descartes University