Evidence the UMMOA is an oppressed nation

The following information was posted recently on the “Nations without States” Facebook page, and it shows strong evidence that the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA) is an oppressed nation.

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There is a nation which I would like highlighted in the first issue of the new broadsheet Nation, and it is the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA):

UMMOA Government Site

UMMOA on Planet Earth

UMMOA flag with border

It is actually an Oppressed Nation for the reasons catalogued in this book:


I have sent a copy of the book to Wayne Horrey, who does book reviews for Fourth World Review, but to summarise I can state this:
  1. The Hon. Most Rev. Dr. Cesidio Tallini, Governor of the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA), Entrepreneur and Bishop, was born in the same area of Winnecomac (Long Island) renamed Yamecah or Jameco by the British, and the name ‘Jamaica’ actually derives straight from the name of the Yamecah (Jameco) tribe or band, which means ‘beaver’ in the Lenape (Delaware) language they spoke — probably a Munsee language dialect.
  2. The word Ryamecah is derived from the word Yamecah, is the name of a neoindigenous confederation of tribes of North America, and stands for the abbreviation of the words ‘Restored Yamecah’.
  3. The Ryamecah have publicly denounced the City of New York, the State of New York, the United States, as well as local State of New York authorities.
  4. These colonising foes have not only have turned Long Island or Winnecomac into a divided colony of the American Empire, and it was not divided under Mother Britannia’s gentle guardianship, but they have also deprived us of our historic British citizenship, in effect depriving us not only of our indigenous Native American culture, with ties to a remote Native American past, but also of our special bond with the Commonwealth of Nations, with ties to a more recent European (and global) past.
  5. The Ryamecah are Native American and indigenous people for two reasons, not one. They have been turned into aliens with respect to other Native American tribes, both in Winnecomac (Long Island), and abroad among other Native American tribes; and they have been turned into aliens with respect to other citizens of the Commonwealth of Nations, for the United States did not just move out of Mother Britannia’s house with the American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), but they also effectively caused a divorce in any relationship they had with Mother Britannia and their Commonwealth siblings.
  6. The Ryamecah Sachem and Medicine Man has renounced his New York City residency as a child. However, he has also renounced his New York City citizenship or potential citizenship publicly as an adult quite publicly (in the New York Times), and since then he is being politically prosecuted for the fact. All of these facts essentially invalidate even the State of New York citizenship, and thus the United States citizenship of the Ryamecah Sachem and Medicine Man.
  7. Yet in violation of both the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, and of the Montevideo Convention, the Ryamecah Sachem and Medicine Man is not allowed to be treated like the Sovereign Ryamecah Sachem and Medicine Man that he is, the Native American that he is, and the Commonwealth citizen that he should be.
  8. Indigenous peoples like the Ryamecah have the right to autonomy or self-government in matters relating to their internal affairs, as well as ways and means for financing their autonomous functions, according to the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
  9. The Sachem and Medicine Man is arbitrarily and politically harassed by local State of New York authorities for political reasons by non-Ryamecah, which claim jurisdiction over his property, but also appear to claim the right to tell the Sachem and Medicine Man how his property should be maintained. Local State of New York authorities have also violated the privacy of the Sachem, the rights of his family, and even caused economic hardship by demanding unwanted and inconvenient property improvements, in effect treating the private property of the Sachem and his family like public or rented property.
  10. The book denouncing the City of New York, the State of New York, and the United States, the book denouncing all these details, has been censored not just by the mainstream media, whether located in the US, or elsewhere in the English-speaking world, but even so-called “alternative media” of various kinds have apparently refused to review the book.