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#1
For the past several years, I must say lots of things are happening in this small world of ours. I've noticed that most micronationalists are obviously part of many macro-nations and participate in macronational things.

To just wonder about some current events of this world. I must apologize to all micronationalists for America's rudeness (And for much more things as well.) I feel responsible as a U.S citizen and it my duty to participate in world efforts.

Since I'm a micronatioalist, and I meet fellow micronationalists like yourselves and I'm curious to find how you feel about current world events. (Ex: American-Russian relations, War on Terror, Elections going on in different countries, Etc...) I hope this doesn't convey I want to know personal feelings but I'm curious as many others are as well.

And as all citizens of countries, I feel that everyone brings international relations by being in the same place. Therefore, we also bring how countries view each-other (Ex: How Americans view British) I want to here ways that we micronationalists could increase good will efforts for better relations because the best diplomats are citizens.

Thanks!

Sincerely,
Pres. Jackson Cole
Artemis [Berry] Langford

“An unexamined faith is not worth having, for fundamentalism and uncritical certitude entail the rejection of one of the great human gifts: that of free will, of the liberty to make up our own minds based on evidence and tradition and reason.
-John Meacham 
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that." 
-Martin Luther King, Jr.  

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(9 May 2015, 15:32:29)President Jackson Cole Wrote: For the past several years, I must say lots of things are happening in this small world of ours. I've noticed that most micronationalists are obviously part of many macro-nations and participate in macronational things.

To just wonder about some current events of this world. I must apologize to all micronationalists for America's rudeness (And for much more things as well.) I feel responsible as a U.S citizen and it my duty to participate in world efforts.

Since I'm a micronatioalist, and I meet fellow micronationalists like yourselves and I'm curious to find how you feel about current world events. (Ex: American-Russian relations, War on Terror, Elections going on in different countries, Etc...) I hope this doesn't convey I want to know personal feelings but I'm curious as many others are as well.

And as all citizens of countries, I feel that everyone brings international relations by being in the same place. Therefore, we also bring how countries view each-other (Ex: How Americans view British) I want to here ways that we micronationalists could increase good will efforts for better relations because the best diplomats are citizens.

Thanks!

Sincerely,
Pres. Jackson Cole

I'd like to give my opinion on US-Russian relations, i feel that if we would just be open and forward with each other we could have a fruitful relationship. 100 years ago Russo-US relations were really good, we often hosted the Russian Tsar in the american west so he could hunt Buffalo. and at the outbreak of WW1 we were supplying the russian army with Mosin Nagnt M91 rifles that were made at the Remington factory. Russians as a people aren't bad people, they are hospitable and friendly, the only problem with Russo-US relations is that the people were under a tyrannical, oppressive, controlling system that instilled hate and fear in the hearts of the people and they sought to hate us as Americans. but i feel like we could fix that problem if we could quit threatening each other, and lying to each other we could make the world a much safer place for the both of us. I encourage you all to follow the link i am posting below and listen to the words, because deep down i feel that we could get to that point.



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#3
Exactly, George I. I perfectly agree with you.
This summer I'm taking a 2 week vacation to Russia and hopefully the visit will create better understandings. And I also think that if micronationalists not only represent their countries but the macronations as well it can increase better relations just like America- Russian relations.

I feel strongly that citizen diplomacy is the best way to go because all problems root down to misunderstandings because everyone fears other countries. Nationalism is not a bad thing but it tightens the grip of citizen's views on other countries.

I can only hope that the future of diplomacy doesn't end up like a train wreck like recent events have shown. In my opinion the western block on Russia is pointless because will be resolved and it just creates a rift like it did with USSR.
But hopefully things will get resolved with the help of turning misunderstandings to understanding between countries.

Thanks for commenting! :)

-Pres. Jackson Cole

P.S: Nice song!
Artemis [Berry] Langford

“An unexamined faith is not worth having, for fundamentalism and uncritical certitude entail the rejection of one of the great human gifts: that of free will, of the liberty to make up our own minds based on evidence and tradition and reason.
-John Meacham 
"Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that." 
-Martin Luther King, Jr.  

 *Activist* *Tactician* *Politician* *Progressive* *Libertarian Socialist* *Proud Episcopalian!* 

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#4
At the moment, there is debate over relations between Australia and Indonesia, in the aftermath of the Bali Nine executions. However, I believe that nothing major will come of it.
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