United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago

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The United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago (UMMOA) is a territorial nation and state, and community of nations and states, as well as a multi-oceanic archipelago.

The UMMOA is also recognised by, and affiliated with, IGOs and NGOs such as the Organization of Emerging African States (OEAS) and Chamber of Computer Logistics People Worldwide (which has Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council).

The UMMOA can be compared to a state, but it was created with a different mission statement, and with a different philosophical premise — the stewardship of uninhabited islands in the Pacific Ocean, Caribbean Sea, Red Sea, and Indian Ocean.

The UMMOA claims 29 insular possessions, 11 of which have been recognised by the Organization of Emerging African States. The UMMOA also claims one continental territory, which is a section of Antarctica (Terra Fabiana).

The UMMOA is also an IGO in its own right, with several nations or micronations as members, and is recognised by states like the Republic of Cabinda (Kabinda).

The UMMOA manages its own small university, two professional associations, a church, and these organisations also enjoy external recognition.

The UMMOA runs its own Internet just like the United States, and the United States even publicly disputes some of its territorial claims. The Governor of the UMMOA is the Hon. Most Rev. Dr. Cesidio Tallini.

The UMMOA has no constitution since it doesn’t exist to serve Man, but actually to serve the Creators of Man. The UMMOA is governed by Cesidian law (jus cerebri electronici, jus cerebri humani, jus humanae salutis, et addenda civilia jura).