If you’re looking for a way to kill time this Friday (before Friday free Fiction turns up, of course), why not start planning your own independent country with this concise summary of the steps required to create an internationally-recognised sovereign state? [image by dario_471]
As with business and industry, it can be tough going for the small start-ups in the statehood game, but the plucky and persistent sometimes manage to stay afloat. Once you’ve founded your micronation, you may want to join the League Of Micronations in lieu of acceptance into the UN; if nothing else, it’ll give you a social circle for bitching about the big boys.
3 thoughts on “Beginner’s guide to starting your own nation”
So could Taiwan join?
no, i think taiwan can’t because the smaller nations won’t accept it. macronations should just accept it already. besides, it’s practically its own country.
China says Taiwan isn’t an independent nation.
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