Drunemeton Micro-Nation of Indigenous Peoples is a self-determined micro-nation composed of sovereign, indigenous peoples, declared under Natural Law. We are working towards ensuring our micro-nation offers independence, security and protection of rights for our members.
We are currently based in various locations in and around Hertfordshire and East of England, U.K. with the intention of developing fully functioning, self-sufficient communities on the ground as soon as we can.
Why are we different? We think that only talking about societal breakdown, economic crashes and governmental overreach – all being deliberately orchestrated in the name of an imposed ‘Great Reset’ – won’t solve anything! It’s time to take action, garner our knowledge and skills, and start creating the future we want, outside of any enforced, totalitarian dystopia.
We invite you to take a look around our website to see what we’re up to, especially our Constitution summarising our core values and principles, the Community Interest Projects we’re in the process of setting up, our Library which summarises some of the research we’ve done, and how to become a member of our micro-nation.
We’re on Telegram and Facebook too. Hope to meet you soon 🙂
Our objectives are to:
~ Explore various means of declaring and acting on our unalienable rights to autonomy and sovereignty, both individually and as a group of indigenous peoples;
~ Focus on using the simplest, most effective and replicable methodologies to do so;
~ Be both knowledge- and action-oriented; using the considerable knowledge, skills, abilities and experiences we already have within our nation and in other groups and fellowships, and advancing our knowledge and actions, for robust community and nation research and development;
~ Reach out to like-minded peoples, groups, fellowships and nations to share information and resources;
~ Protect, develop and grow our members and communities within our micro-nation, and assist others to do the same;
~ Aim ultimately to become an autonomous micro-nation composed of numerous self-sufficient communities;
~ Which will share, interact and trade within fellowships of similar groups, communities and micro-nations.
Autonomous: Having the right or power or self-government; Existing or capable of existing independently.
Community: A unified body of individuals; People with common interests living in a particular area; A body of persons or nations having a common history, or common social, economic and political interests.
Indigenous: Produced, growing, living or occurring natively or naturally in a particular region or environment; Of or relating to the earliest known inhabitants of a place. See ‘Indigenous Peoples‘.
Jurisdiction: The power, right and authority to apply the law; The authority of a sovereign power to govern or legislate; The limits or territory within which authority may be exercised.
Nation: A community of people composed of one or more nationalities and possessing a more or less defined territory and government. See ‘Nation versus Micro-Nation‘.
Natural Law: A body of law or a specific principle held to be derived from nature and binding upon human society in the absence of or in addition to positive law. See ‘Natural Law versus Common Law‘.
Peoples: A body of persons that are united by a common culture, tradition, or sense of kinship, that typically have common language, institutions, and beliefs, and that often constitute a politically organized group; Human beings making up a group or assembly or linked by a common interest; The body of enfranchised citizens of a state.
Self-determined/Self-determination: Determined by oneself; Free choice of one’s own acts or states without external compulsion; Determination by the people of a territorial unit of their own future political status; Decisions made for oneself and/or one’s group without outside governance or influence; The rights for an individual, family, community or nation to make decisions for themselves. See ‘What is Self-Determination?‘
Sovereign: Possessed of supreme power; Enjoying autonomy.
Territory: A geographic area belonging to or under the jurisdiction of a governmental authority; An indeterminate geographic area; An assigned area.
Trust: A property interest held by one [or more] persons for the benefit of another[s].Selected definitions from: https://www.merriam-webster.com/
[Gk. dru-, drus, oak; nemeton, sacred place, sanctuary].
The ‘oak sanctuary’ of Galatia, the Celtic province of Asia Minor, as described by Strabo (1st cent. ad), the Roman geographer. A council of the Galatians met here.
Oak tree artwork from https://pixabay.com/vectors/oak-tree-landscape-surreal-5126775/