Tallini World Formula now solid science


The Xhosa community of Mnyameni, which I mentioned in a previous news piece, the community with which Orania [1, 2] has signed an agreement in the past, is a Bantustan (also known as Bantu homeland, black homeland, black state or simply homeland):

Bantustan (Mobile Wikipedia article)
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bantustan

'Bantu' means 'people' in some of the Bantu languages, and the suffix '-stan' means 'land' in the Persian language.

Bantustans are homelands for black people, and South Africa appears to be a great garden of such real Micronations.

Just as the word Micronation is often used in a disparaging and a demeaning way by specialists of propaganda, not science, the word Bantustan is often used in a pejorative sense when describing a region that lacks any real legitimacy; which consists of several unconnected enclaves; and/or emerges from national or international gerrymandering (gerrymandering may be used to help or hinder a particular demographic, such as a political, ethnic, racial, linguistic, religious, or class group).

There are also a few homelands for white people similar to Orania, and the equivalent word in Afrikaans is Volkstaat, or 'people's state':

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkstaat

There are nationalistic equivalents to the Bantustan or Volkstaat in Indian Reservations in the United States:

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_reservation

An American Indian Reservation is an area of land managed by a Native American tribe under the United States Department of the Interior's Bureau of Indian Affairs. There are about 310 Indian Reservations in the United States, so not all of the country's 550-plus recognised tribes have a reservation. Some tribes have more than one reservation, some share reservations, while others have no reservation.

The United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA) claims 30 insular territories, and a section of Antarctica it calls Terra Fabiana. Of the 30 insular claims, 22 are recognised by two international organisations, and of these 11 are American Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea islands, and 11 are French Indian Ocean islands (including Aphrodite Island in the Red Sea) respectively:

http://um.pe

It should be noted that United States Department of the Interior officially disputes the American Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea islands the UMMOA claims:

http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2012/03/02/cesidian-root-bizarre-peek-at-world-wide-weird/

So the Ryamecah Confederation of tribes of the UMMOA is not recognised by the United States Department of the Interior's Bureau of Indian Affairs, and our 11 American Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea islands are thus not yet considered Indian Reservations for neoindigenous people.

Because Indian tribes possess limited tribal sovereignty, laws on tribal lands vary from the surrounding area. These laws can permit legal casinos on reservations, for example, which attract tourists. The tribal council, not the US local or US federal government, generally has jurisdiction over reservations.

The situation is similar in South Africa. In theory, self-governing Bantustans have control over many aspects of their internal functioning, but are not yet sovereign nations, while independent Bantustans (Transkei, Bophutatswana, Venda and Ciskei; also known as the TBVC states) are intended to be fully sovereign. Section 235 of the South African Constitution allows for the right to self-determination of a community, within the framework of "[t]he right of the South African people as a whole to self-determination".

International legislation also appears to have a recourse for the establishment of a Bantustan or Volkstaat, above and beyond what the South African Constitution offers.

This legislation is available to all minorities who wish to obtain self-determination in the form of independence. The requirements set by international legislation are explained by Prof C. Lloyd Brown-John of the University of Windsor, Ontario as follows: "[A] minority who are geographically separate and who are distinct ethnically and culturally and who have been placed in a position of subordination may have a right to secede. That right, however, could only be exercised if there is a clear constitutional denial of political, linguistic, cultural and religious rights." [3]

The rights awarded to minorities were formally enshrined by the United Nations General Assembly when it adopted resolution 47/135 on 18 December 1992. The Wikipedia states, however, that "it is questionable whether this applies to Afrikaners, as there is no municipality in South Africa in which white, Afrikaans-speaking citizens represent a majority, so Afrikaners are not geographically separate". The latter statement does not appear to be true when we think of Orania.

So the essential conditions through which one may at least begin to exercise legal sovereignty are:
  • The minority is distinct ethnically and culturally.
  • The minority has been denied their political, linguistic, cultural, and/or religious rights.
  • The minority has been placed in a position of subordination compared to the dominant majority.
  • The minority must be geographically separate and distinct.
  • The minority must live on a territory which is at least large enough to include a municipality in order to be geographically separate.
So it appears that Orania is large enough geographically as a municipality, and ethnically, culturally, and religiously distinct enough compared with external Orania to exercise self-determination. Yet Orania already exercises enormous self-determination thanks in part to the history and laws of South Africa.

The Ryamecah Confederation of tribes in Winnecomac (Long Island), part of the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA), are sufficiently distinct ethnically and culturally; have been denied their political rights since they have been alienated from their Native American cultural cousins, and their cultural cousins in the Commonwealth of Nations; are in a position of subordination compared with the so-called American mainstream, and this has been documented by none other than the New York Times; and live in a separate and distinct geographic area. However, the separate and distinct geographic area is not of the size, or the legal consistency of an incorporated village.

It is clear from all this discussion that not only my theory of six political worlds is plausible, but it is actually an empirical (de facto) and legal fact (de jure). In the English-speaking world, the smallest conceivable unit of residential society is the hamlet. A hamlet is a settlement which is too small to be considered a village, town, or city. As a general rule, hamlets are rural, and many of them arise around a specific site such as a mill or a large farm. In some countries, hamlets are legally defined, while in others — such as in the United Kingdom — the word is simply a term to describe a small settlement, with no firm definition attached. Today I understand that a hamlet is the equivalent of the Italian nucleo abitato or borgata, so it may have a small store or school, but usually doesn't. It is interesting to note that in New York State hamlets are unincorporated settlements within towns. Hamlets are usually NOT legal entities, and have no local government or official boundaries. Their approximate location will often be noted on road signs, however.

So any village or town sufficiently distinct ethnically and culturally; any geographically separate municipality with at least 35 dwellings, with at least 98 people, has to be considered a Micronation; a potential secessionist Micronation; or a Fourth World nation. Anything less than that in a homeland geographic sense, such as in the case of the UMMOA, may rarely still be a Fourth World nation because of the numbers of people, and its ethnic, cultural, political, and/or religious distinctness, but the culturally mature entity must be considered at least a non-sessionist Micronation, or a Fifth World nation, which originally started with the will of a small number of people, at least 15 potential dwellings, with at least 42 people, which at that stage was a non-sessionist Micronation, and a Sixth World nation.

Who can deny this wisdom without denying both international law and real world facts?

The Tallini World Formula is no longer a theory, but a verified classification model predicting the empirical behaviour of the natural political world. Micronationalism is no longer a protoscience. It is a hard science like physics and chemistry. The third degree equation which is the Tallini World Formula was discovered in June 2009.

This research was conducted by no other institution than Saint René Descartes University, which does not receive funding from any Official World research or educational foundation. The fact that this science is entirely the product of the UMMOA and its nationals, demonstrates even more succinctly that not only the six political worlds predicted by Tallini World Formula exist, but that Fourth and even Fifth World institutions can produce superior science compared to Official World science, whose so-called medical science is little more than an pseudo- or phantom-biochemical science, having absolutely no relation to the natural world, and absolutely no relation to anything which can be considered legitimate.

In light of all of this, anyone who still wishes to deny the reality of Micronations is not a scientist, but a bullshit artist having nothing to do with small, proud, and very real nations, all deserving self-determination.

I would like to give special thanks to Dr. Bertrand Thibert, who stimulated me sufficiently simply by sending me a link to an article that is used here, and which enabled me, in the end, to write this landmark article.

HMRD Cesidio Tallini [4, 5]