Last week, I began my secessionist movement from the United States by declaring our apartment an autonomous nation known as the, Benevolent Bungalow of Bagwine.
I sent an e-mail to the attention of William Burns who is the Under Secretary for Political Affairs at the U.S. State Department alerting him of my secession.
You can read the transcript of the e-mail by clicking, HERE.
April 11th 2011 09:20:46 AM
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Washington, District Of Columbia, United States
Department Of Homeland Security (22.214.171.124)
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While I stated in my e-mail to Under Secretary Burns that I wanted to maintain warm, diplomatic relations with the U.S. during my secession, I consider DHS doing sub rosa intelligence work on me to be an affront to my extended arm and open hand.
In fact, I see this action of internet espionage in lieu of contacting me openly, to be akin to a cyber assault on the Benevolent Bungalow of Bagwine and her sovereignty.
As this nascent, enclave nation of Bagwine is obviously staring down the business end of the wrath of the United States Department of Homeland Security and State Department, I have no alternative but to seek not only economic aid, but military aid as well.
On Tuesday, I shall be sending electronic communiqués to not only the Chinese Embassy, but to the United Nations is hopes of seeking some type of peace keeping force.
If my requests meet with success in securing economic and military aid, I will then contact the International Olympic Committee and put in BBB’s request to host the 2020 Summer Olympic games.
I shall post my e-mails on Wednesday and give you any updates on my progress, and/or any jail cell descriptions that I can relate in the coming hours.
But let me say this…
If I am jailed over this, it is a violation of International Law because I should be afforded diplomatic immunity, after all, I have the plates to prove that I am a credentialed diplomat:
Take that, State Department!!
I am off now for there is much to do, but I shall post a copy of my e-mails Wednesday. Wish me luck, and pray that Bagwine’s struggle for independence comes to fruition.