Sunday, June 18, 2017

Asgardia, First Human Extraplanetary Nation

© Asgardia / Facebook

Asgardians can now vote on the future of the world’s first “space nation,” which includes choosing its constitution, flag, and national anthem.

Unity Day – June 18 if you go by the Gregorian calendar or Asgard 1, if you’re on the Asgardian calendar – is the 24-hour period in which registered citizens of the world’s first space nation can electronically vote on their country’s future.

RT:  Citizens of Asgardia can now vote on future of world’s first ‘space nation’

You bet we've got all the Tripazoids coming out for this one but, get this, they're dead serious and have 200,000 citizens already.

Asgardia, officially known as the Space Kingdom of Asgardia, is a proposal for a nation that was announced on October 12, 2016.

The nation’s 214,255 citizens, who hail from around 200 countries, will be voting on five items: the country’s declaration, constitution, national flag, insignia, and national anthem.

- RT

Ed:  big deal when Alex Jones got that many followers just by connecting WiFi to zoos

Tiny detail, mate:  Alex Jones doesn't launch satellites.

Asgardia was first announced in Paris on October 12, 2016 (or October 5 if you’re an Asgardian) by Russian scientist Igor Ashurbeyli, who promised a “trans-national, trans-ethnic, community of people with the common goal of settling a human presence in space.”

While many have been skeptical that Asgardia will amount to anything more than a wacky blip in their Google search history, on Monday, Ashurbeyli announced that the first satellite, Asgardia-1, will be launched into space via NASA this autumn.

- RT

By now, you are probably making some good progress with that spliff and you're thinking, golly, how can I become a citizen of Asgardia since the measure of life is how many different passports one carries.

Well ...

ASGARDIA The Space Nation:  Join Asgardia

Just now it's all cosmetic but we need to go to the People of the Future to discover this will go.

Today, President Stein, great-granddaughter of Jill Stein from older times, announced the salvage award for the International Space Station to Asgardia.  She said further, "The ISS has served us well but our technology has advanced and the spacecraft no longer fits within our plans.  Asgardia has contracted to keep the ISS in orbit and has demonstrated the ability to do so.  Therefore. they are taking over responsibility for its maintenance.  Our congratulations and best wishes to Asgardia."

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