Monday, 15 June 2015

Magnanimity Charter

For more than 2,500 years, no-one is quite sure how long before that time, the Constitution of Nilkawt has upheld the principles of the Magnanimity Charter.

In an hour from now, in this digital embassy, the ambassador, Her Excellency Madam Magda Carter, will preside over one of the most important Nilkawtian ceremonies.

Every one hundred years, this ceremony is performed by the most senior member of the Order of the Charter in accordance with ancient Nilkawtian traditions.

The ceremony is arranged, supervised, witnessed and documented by the most senior members of the Nilkawtian Faculty of Official Historians.

Nilkawt has the world's most magnanimous system of honours, hence its democratic suitability.

The enlightenment shining forth from Nilkawt into the wider world, particularly during this United Nations International Year of Light, reflects the necessity for a magnanimous yet light approach to facts, without triviality or distortion.  Everything must be kept in proportion.

The Nilkawtian Magnanimity Charter states that all ideologies are based on prejudices and can be overcome with education and psychological assistance.  The Charter requires that all conflicts are diffused peacefully, through the greater diffusion of enlightenment and reflection.

Madam Carter has been expressing her diplomatic leadership through the world's quality media recently, as required of her through the Magnanimity Charter, and though her membership of the Order of the Charter.

The Charter requires all the most distinguished visitors to Nilkawt to be addressed as Your Worship, in accordance with the secular nature of Nilkawtian society.

All ethereal cultural ambassadors for Nilkawt, whether known to be Nilkawtians or not, are required, in keeping with the Charter, to promote Nilkawtian interests whenever and wherever the opportunity arises.  They are also required to be appropriately dressed for addressing the global public. The ethereal commissioners of Nilkawt are expected to do likewise, particularly whilst travelling the world.

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Neighbourhood Relations

There is rarely any conflict within the neighbourhoods of Nilkawt.  Each small community includes only persons possessing compatible tastes, interests, values and personalities, regardless of their other demographic attributes.

Each Nilkawtian community is, however, unique.  There are no large communities in Nilkawt, even in the capital, Twaklinton.  The districts of the main towns are designed on a communal basis, in a similar way to the little villages, with excellently informed processes of research, planning, consultation, construction and maintenance.

The psychological profiling within Nilkawt is conducted purely for reasons of social harmony, not for commercial purposes. The psychological profiling provided through this digital embassy is another matter entirely.

Nilkawt is currently completely surrounded by the mainland of Australia.  This situation is most unfortunate but geography is rarely a matter of reasonable negotiation.

As a neighbour, Australia is frequently a nuisance.  Its psychological profile, as expressed through the behaviour of its leadership, usually leaves much to be desired.  As all citizens of Nilkawt are also citizens of Australia, this means that all Nilkawtians have dual citizenship, or even more than two citizenships.

For many years, the Nilkawtians have been deporting unpleasant Australians from Nilkawtian territory.  The Nilkawtians have also been cancelling the Nilkawtian citizenship of the most annoying dual citizens, particularly those having expressed a propensity for duels and/or ostentatious jewels.

Nilkawt has no constitutional basis through which to acknowledge sole Nilkawtian citizenship.  The Constitution itself states that:

All ordinary mortals within Nilkawtian territory must either be Australian citizens or dual Nilkawtian-Australian citizens.

Significant numbers of Australians have been deported as tourists, for a wide variety of reasons, from a wide variety of countries, including Nilkawt.

Australians on business in Nilkawt have often been deported when they have failed to maintain an acceptable financial relationship with the Bank of Nilkawt.  The process has always been similar to the repossession of Australian housing in bubble situations, in the name of fairness.

The matter of dispossession, on the other hand, has never been part of Nilkawtian history.  There is nothing arbitrary about the uncommon law of Nilkawt.  The Australians, on the other hand, often give their cabinets too much power, well beyond the respectable limits of due process.