States Minor Outlying Islands have been renamed the United Micronations
Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA) (Italian: Arcipelago Multi-Oceanico delle
Micronazioni Unite; Interlingua: Archipelago Multi-Oceanic del Micronationes
Unite or AMOMU) is a multi-oceanic archipelago governed by a quasi-federation
of Fourth, Fifth and Sixth World nations. The 12 insular possessions have no
indigenous population, and an inhabitable area of 34.3 km² (13.3 mi²). Since
2008, the islands have been claimed by a quasi-federation of Fourth, Fifth and
Sixth World nations on the basis of International and Cesidian law.
March 2012 ,The United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago has been
recognised as a Nation and State, and a Community of Nations and States, by
Intelligence Bureau Investigation (IBI) Corporation, an Intergovernmental
Organisation of States.
Cai Zhenyuan, 30 Jan 2013
Contributed by Hon. Most Rev. Dr. Cesidio Tallini
- Governor of the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago
- Mayor of Fifth World Community
- Sachem and Medicine Man of the Ryamecah
- Meddís Túvtiks of the Hernici
- President of Cesidian Root
- Bishop of Cesidian Church
- Regent of Paradiplomatic Affairs:
The United States
Minor Outlying Islands (USMOI) have been renamed and rebaptised by the
Governor as the United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA):
UMMOA makes several territorial claims around the world, in many seas and
oceans, territorial claims which today only include the 11 insular
territories the US calls the USMOI, so the UMMOA is much more extensive in
its territorial claims than the USMOI: http://ummoa.pe
United States Department of the Interior has publicly disputed the UMMOA's
claim to the territories the US calls the USMOI:
The UMMOA is a territorial nation and state, and community of nations
and states enjoying a degree of international recognition not comparable to
a UN member state, but not insignificant.
The UMMOA is recognised by,
and affiliated with, several IGOs and NGOs.
The Organization of
Emerging African States (OEAS), an IGO of emerging African nations and
states, recognises the UMMOA as a state, and in fact it specifically
recognises the UMMOA's claim to 11 Red Sea and Indian Ocean disputed insular
territories, and also recognises the UMMOA as Protector, not Governor, of
Mayotte and the Chagos Archipelago:
The UMMOA is recognised as a
secessionist and/or irredentist state by Nations without States (NwS), a
pressure group of the UK National Liberal Party which highlights the plight
of peoples who aspire to nationhood.
The UMMOA is recognised by
Chamber of Computer Logistics People Worldwide (CCLP Worldwide), an
India-based NGO which has Special Consultative Status
with the United
Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
The UMMOA is treated as
an official body by the Foundation for Endangered Languages (FEL), which
exists to support, enable, and assist the documentation, protection, and
promotion of endangered languages.
Moreover, the International
Criminal Court (ICC) has treated the UMMOA like any other subject of
International law (eg, the Sovereign Military Order of Malta is one such
subject), and has also confirmed, in de facto
manner, the UMMOA's
role as Protector of the Chagos Archipelago.
The UMMOA is also
recognised by a de facto
state, the Republic of Cabinda.
UMMOA's nationals manage their own global Internet just like the United
States; their own small university, which has managed to supply one of the
259 Candidates for the Nobel Peace Prize in the year 2013; a
multidisciplinary professional, paradiplomatic, and alternative standards
agency; a church; and these institutions also enjoy external recognition as
the UMMOA itself.
The UMMOA has four major national missions. The
UMMOA now exists:
- to preserve human rights (nation and state function);
- to physically preserve human beings and their progeny (religious and
- to preserve the Earth as a perfect environment for human beings to
grow in harmony with the natural environment (environmental and
- to preserve as much linguistic diversity as is practical, culturally
desirable, and economically feasible (linguistic and culture preserving
In order to formalise the UMMOA's relationship with the international
community, and without the mandatory requirement of having relations with
any of the permanent members of the UN Security Council, with the UN, or
with the EU, the Governor of the UMMOA has filed a UMMOA™ collective
membership mark on 27 December 2013:
17 January 2014