Micronational Conference In London

July 9, 2012 in Press Release by princebishop

London is set to host the largest gathering of kings, premiers, princes,
presidents, and emperors since the Queen’s golden jubilee, as the
PoliNation: 2nd International Conference on Micronations prepares to
descend on Chelsea Old Town Hall, on 14 July.

PoliNation is the brainchild of Dr Judy Lattas, of Macquarie University,
Sydney – an internationally recognised academic authority on micronations.
The London conference follows a 2010 inaugural event held in Sydney which
was the subject of extensive international media coverage. Nearly 60
delegates from as far afield as Australia, the Czech Republic, Japan,
Romania, Indonesia and Bangor are set to rub shoulders in Chelsea at
history’s largest-ever gathering of self-declared monarchs and heads-of-state
(and their hangers-on).
Keynote speakers include:
• British author and social commentator Dr Alexei Monroe.
• President Kevin Baugh of the Nevada-based Republic of Molossia.
• McGill University, Montreal, clinical psychiatrist Dr Eric Lis – whose
benign rule over the inter-stellar Aerican Empire as Emperor Eric I
extends over three decades.

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HSH David regrets that he will be unable to attend this year’s conference.  ”I extend my best wishes to my fellows, and ladies, in the micronational world as they gather in London.  Such events are important for the foreign relations of micronations and for the micronational movement,” said His Serenity.


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