Philosophically speaking, the Kingdom of Unixploria is a conservative country. Politically, however, we are progressive. 

We tend to see things in the light of history, and even though we are upset about some current affairs, we seldom burst out in aggravation like so many seem to do in macro nations.


We do not follow any nation's lead or take sides in politics. Of course, we have a definite opinion about the world's state, but these opinions are only meant for national eyes and ears. We do not need to shout our views on every topic just because we can.

However, if you need to form an opinion about the current political debate in Unixploria, you will find a few valuable pointers below.

Our Political Parties

Our three national parties have different priorities, but all share the core values most Unixplorian People embrace. 

Read more about what priorities our established political parties aim for below. 

The Green Party of Unixploria

The Green Party of Unixploria aims to create a just, equitable, and sustainable society. We focus our efforts primarily, though not exclusively, on environmental issues.

The Green Party is a democratic organization whose members decide our policy, opening politics to those outside the establishment. Our members come from all walks of life; most are not professional politicians, but each can have a voice in how our policies are written, updated, and amended.


The Alliance for Unixploria

The Alliance of Unixploria is founded on the principles of peace and freedom on the world stage.

We are a party with solid, conservative roots but a modern take on the political challenges of contemporary society.

Our focus in politics is responsible management of taxpayers' money; a strong national identity; the defense of clean technologies; and a clear understanding of responsibilities between levels of government.


The Unixplorian Social Democratic Party

The ideological position of the Unixplorian Social Democratic Party is democratic socialism, and the belief in democracy and the struggle for social equity has always driven us forward. Values are important. Without them, there would be no party. Values are fundamental in everything we do and set the direction for our political work.

It is also important to acknowledge that these values are not limited to Unixploria. On the contrary, it is part of an international movement. There are too many places where few sit on the goods to the detriment of the many while our values are in cramped conditions.



Unixplorian Socialdemocratic Party
The Green Party of Unixploria
Alliance for Unixploria

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Declaration of Governance for the Kingdom of Unixploria

We, The Alliance of Unixploria, hereby declare our commitment to the following principles and values that will guide our vision of governance and society:


  • We believe in the importance of democracy as the best form of government that respects the will of the people, protects their rights and freedoms, and ensures accountability and transparency. We uphold the rule of law as the foundation of a just and orderly society that safeguards individual liberty and human dignity. We support the separation of powers as a means to prevent tyranny and corruption and to balance the interests of different branches and levels of government.


  • We affirm the intrinsic value of human life, from conception to natural death, and every person’s dignity, regardless of race, gender, age, religion, or any other characteristic. We defend the human rights of all people, especially those who are vulnerable, oppressed, or persecuted. We promote the family, as the natural and fundamental unit of society, and the marriage, as the union between one man and one woman. We respect the freedom of conscience, religion, and freedom of expression and association.


  • We recognize the diversity of cultures and identities in the Kingdom of Unixploria and the richness they bring to our shared heritage. We celebrate the history and traditions of our nation, regions, and communities and seek to preserve and transmit them to future generations. We value the languages and literature of the Kingdom of Unixploria as expressions of our creativity and identity. We honor the heroes and role models who have contributed to our civilization and culture.


  • We acknowledge our responsibility towards our environment as stewards of God’s creation. We support conserving and restoring natural resources, habitats, and biodiversity. We advocate for sustainable development that balances economic growth with environmental protection. We favor a prudent and innovative approach to energy production and consumption that reduces greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on foreign sources.


  • We adhere to the principles of a free market economy that fosters entrepreneurship, innovation, competition, and prosperity. We support private property rights as a guarantee of individual freedom and initiative. We favor a limited government that intervenes only when necessary to protect public order, security, health, and welfare. We endorse a fair taxation system without burdening or discouraging productive activity.


  • We stand for the sovereignty and independence of our nations and their right to self-determination. We oppose any form of political or economic integration undermining our national identity or interests. We reject any attempt to impose a uniform or supranational culture or ideology on our people. We resist any external interference or influence in our internal affairs.


  • We aspire to maintain a peaceful and cooperative relationship with other countries and regions based on mutual respect and benefit. We support the alliances made as a cornerstone of our security and defense. We uphold the values of Western civilization, such as democracy, human rights, the rule of law, and free market economy. We confront the threats by authoritarian regimes, terrorist groups, rogue states, or radical ideologies.


We invite all citizens to join us in our endeavor to build a better future for ourselves, our children, and our grandchildren.



1. Feminism vs. Humanism

All people have the right to be respected and treated equally regardless of gender, race, or religion. We are not feminists. We are humanists. Every division of a population goes against everything we believe in and will lead to more division and unrest. We need unity to tackle the many challenges ahead.


2. Religion vs. Secularism

Religion and politics make nasty bedfellows. Even though most of our legislation is based on Christian values and Western humanism, we do not mix religion with politics. We seldom discuss personal religious views in public. Religion should be a matter between yourself and God.


3. Capital Punishment

We do not believe in capital punishment. Every life is sacred according to our faith and culture. Even a murderer's life is precious in the eyes of God. However, we do not favor "soft sentences" regarding criminal acts. The worst crimes (e.g., homicide) are punished by the harshest sentence possible. Murder means life imprisonment with no chance of parole.


4. Economy

We believe in free enterprise but not money. Money may sometimes do evil things, but it has freed more people than any other system in human history. However, a free enterprise must constantly be subjected to some secondary legislation. Unixploria offers excellent entrepreneurial opportunities, but we expect our companies to give our nation something in return. Only good deeds should be rewarded.


5. Climate Change

We believe climate change is occurring mainly because we do too much to disturb the ecological balance. Biological changes happen, but the rate at which this is going is far from predictable.


6. Environment

Nature is as sacred as human life. We believe we were given this earth to nurture and protect it, not waste its resources. We see nature as part of creation, no less worthy or important than man. We are part of the natural cycle. That plain view follows that all human activity should, as far as possible, be in harmony with nature.


7. Culture

We do believe that a nation without culture is a doomed nation. That is why we, as a nation, promote and contribute to the culture in any way we can. Libraries, art galleries, and other cultural expressions are not considered a burden to our national budget. They are the necessities of a civilized nation.


8. Democracy

Even though we think of ourselves regarding tradition and history, we still believe that our destiny is best fulfilled under the polity of democracy. Democracy is the only political system to date that serves most people. Due to our history and culture, our political parties are diverse, and we allow all political expressions as long as they follow the eternal inviolability of human rights.


9. Human Rights

We believe all men are born equal regardless of skin color, creed, sexual preferences, or socioeconomic status. The problem is that some cultures and regimes take away their people's ability to think, act, and live as they see fit. Dictatorships and religious fundamentalism go against the whole concept of human rights. Dark forces do not prevent us from acknowledging the equality of all people, regardless of color or creed.

Tolerance Act of 2020

The Tolerance Act of 2020 has given vulnerable groups in our society a voice. It is time to make a political reality of the faith and ideas in our kingdom were founded. It is time to share the message of love with all who inhabit our land.

United Against Antisemitism
We Stand With Israel
Think Globally, Act Locally
Think Green
Being a Unixplorian
Fight Racism


In 2020, we decided to take the first steps toward becoming a more environmentally friendly nation. This is what we have accomplished so far:


1. All cars driven and sold in Unixploria must be hybrids or solely run on electricity.


2. We conserve water by minimizing the time spent in showers. We also collect rainwater to water garden plants.


3. We have reduced our long-distance travel, and all official trips are made by bicycles, hybrid/electric cars, trains, or boats. Traveling by airplane is still not prohibited but is highly taxed and regulated.


4. To reduce pollution from transport, we try only to import goods from nations in our region. Unixploria is not yet entirely self-sufficient, but we aim to be.


5. Recycling is mandatory for all Unixplorians.


6. We are currently working to determine how to minimize digital waste. Waste from digital gadgets like cell phones and computers is – along with traveling by plane – the worst choice we can make regarding ecological sustainability.


7. Pesticides are illegal to buy and use. All foods produced on Unixplorian soil are organic.


8. Plastic bags and containers are still not prohibited, but we have taken the first steps to minimize their use. Revised legislation is due later this year.


Our new environmental legislation is changing rapidly. This new legislation is effective immediately. From now on, travel by airplane (nationally and internationally) is limited to one (1) trip per person and year.


Flying pushes individual carbon emission levels faster and higher than any other human activity. It is time for us to rethink what is essential in our lives. We urge all other micronations to follow our lead.

Flight Ban
Declaration of the Rights of Man and of Citizen (1789)


Article I – Men are born and remain free and equal in rights. Social distinctions can be founded only on the common good.


Article II – The goal of any political association is the conservation of the natural and imprescriptible rights of man. These rights are liberty, property, safety and resistance against oppression.


Article III – The principle of any sovereignty resides essentially in the Nation. No body, no individual can exert authority which does not emanate expressly from it.


Article IV – Liberty consists of doing anything which does not harm others: thus, the exercise of the natural rights of each man has only those borders which assure other members of the society the enjoyment of these same rights. These borders can be determined only by the law.

Article V – The law has the right to forbid only actions harmful to society. Anything which is not forbidden by the law cannot be impeded, and no one can be constrained to do what it does not order.


Article VI – The law is the expression of the general will. All the citizens have the right to contribute personally or through their representatives to its formation. It must be the same for all, either that it protects, or that it punishes. All the citizens, being equal in its eyes, are equally admissible to all public dignities, places, and employments, according to their capacity and without distinction other than that of their virtues and of their talents.


Article VII – No man can be accused, arrested nor detained but in the cases determined by the law and according to the forms which it has prescribed. Those who solicit, dispatch, carry out or cause to be carried out arbitrary orders, must be punished; but any citizen called or seized under the terms of the law must obey at once; he renders himself culpable by resistance.

Article VIII – The law should establish only penalties that are strictly and evidently necessary, and no one can be punished but under a law established and promulgated before the offense and legally applied.

Article IX – Any man being presumed innocent until he is declared culpable if it is judged indispensable to arrest him, any rigor which would not be necessary for the securing of his person must be severely reprimanded by the law.


Article X – No one may be disturbed for his opinions, even religious ones, provided that their manifestation does not trouble the public order established by the law.

Article XI – The free communication of thoughts and of opinions is one of the most precious rights of man: any citizen thus may speak, write, print freely, except to respond to the abuse of this liberty, in the cases determined by the law.


Article XII – The guarantee of the rights of man and of the citizen necessitates a public force: this force is thus instituted for the advantage of all and not for the particular utility of those in whom it is trusted.


Article XIII – For the maintenance of the public force and for the expenditures of administration, a common contribution is indispensable; it must be equally distributed to all the citizens, according to their ability to pay.


Article XIV – Each citizen has the right to ascertain, by himself or through his representatives, the need for a public tax, to consent to it freely, to know the uses to which it is put, and of determining the proportion, basis, collection, and duration.


Article XV – The society has the right to request an account from any public agent of its administration.


Article XVI – Any society in which the guarantee of rights is not assured, nor the separation of powers determined, has no Constitution.


Article XVII – Property being an inviolable and sacred right, no one can be deprived of private usage, if it is not when the public necessity, legally noted, evidently requires it, and under the condition of a just and prior indemnity.