Re: [gaykingdom] latest Gayzette and secession
- Jack Blue,
Many thanks for your honesty and for explaining the
situation. I look forward to helping out and
City of Atlanta
--- Jack Blue <marthyjane1880@...> wrote:
> It is my intention in this email to decode the______________________________________________________
> necessarily somewhat dense wording in the latest
> Simply put, most of the government is seceeding from
> the GLK to form the United Gay Tribe, based in the
> U.S. Enrique and Bill, some of the Privy Council
> what's left of Parliament has seceeded from Dale's
> government and we are forming the United Gay Tribe,
> based in the U.S. This is not exclusive to
> just not based in Austrailia anymore. Dale has
> apparently formed a Kingdom of the Coral Sea
> We have no tie to that government.
> Dale has proven himself unfit and unreliable to head
> government. He is not honest and cannot be depended
> upon to obey even his own rules and regulations. He
> has made statements that cannot be proven and do not
> seem to be true. We want to form a government that
> trustworthy and solid. Our goal is to continue to
> make a gay nation that is recognized among other
> nations as being "real". I don't know if that will
> ever happen, but those of us who have seceeded from
> the GLK are working very hard and long to make it
> Enrique amd Bill, along with some Privy Council
> and the Members of Parliament who are left are
> together in the United Gay Tribe to make progress in
> the direction we started in. We are committed to
> making a gay nation by and for the gay people of the
> world; we need each other badly, particularly in the
> US where the political climate is going Far Right
> faster and faster.
> There is more trouble ahead and we need to stick
> together to weather the storms that are comiing. A
> few days ago the legislature in California voted to
> allow gay marriage state wide and it was vetoed by
> governor. Big surprise. *sigh*
> I am committed to continuing the struggle and know
> that we need each and every one of you to support
> help your government in this endeavor. Please do
> the latest Gayzette. There are many things in there
> that are understandable that I don't think I can put
> any better.
> Here are the main points:
> Dale Parker Anderson has proven himself to be
> unreliable, less than honest and unfit to run a
> We believe that by working together and paying
> attention to the rule of our own laws we can build a
> natiion that will last.
> Any one of you can ask questions and they will be
> answered to the best of our ability. Your questions
> and concerns are very important in forming your own
> government. Your opinions are equally valuable.
> Jack Blue
> Member of Parliament
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- Dear Jack,
First of all let me start by saying that at first I thought The Gay Kingdom
was part serious and part camp, sort of half Jon Waters movie, (Desperate
Living with Queen Carlotta and half truly serious), I see now that it's all
serious. I thought that in part because the pictures of the island made it seem so
small that one big wave could have washed over the entire island that making it
habitable would have been impossible. So it seemed that the idea was more a
concept then a reality. I do think it's wonderful if we could actually have a
nation. An actual country where equality reigns. I must say though, infighting
reigns and is prevalent within the GLBT community as well. So many people with
ego's the size of Texas and that's the LAST type of person that needs to be
trying to accomplish a monumental task such as what is laid out before you. I
would like to know however, is there any land that you have in mind for this
nation or are your plans evolving for a "concept" nation or an actual physical
place such as that tiny island? Also is it possible that the pictures of that
tiny island were deceiving and that the island is actually a lot larger then the
- Hi Steve,
One of my motivations for seeing this project through is that if people like you and I are members of the Unified Gay Tribe, and we do consider it as our "culture", then if we are fired or mistreated in the terms and conditions of employment within the United States, this gives rise to the right to file a charge for discrimination in employment with the EEOC and to sue that employer for discrimination on the basis of national origin. Being able to sue if you are fired for being gay is an innovation that being a member of the Gay Tribe makes possible.
On the international front, we'd also planned to use the Kingdom to sue nations that discriminate before the International Court at The Hague. Our goal there was to simply file the suit. Win, lose or draw, some questions are important to ask regardless of the answer you receive. We think the treatment of members of our tribe is just such an issue. Think about the recent hanging of gay youth in the Middle East and you get our point. Iran needs to answer for such human rights violations before an international tribunal.
September 1 marks a year that I have been working on this project. We are all very saddened regarding the recent changes in our government, but maybe, just maybe, you have helped us discover one silver lining in these changes.
Thanks for the message, and for helping others understand the work we are carrying on with.
High Court of the Unified Gay Tribe
> From: Bearguy217@...
> Date: 2005/09/10 Sat AM 09:04:36 EDT
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [gaykingdom] latest Gayzette and secession
- --- Bearguy217@... wrote:
> Dear Jack,Steve,
> First of all let me start by saying that at first I
> thought The Gay Kingdom
> was part serious and part camp, sort of half Jon
> Waters movie, (Desperate
> Living with Queen Carlotta and half truly serious),
> I see now that it's all
> serious. I thought that in part because the pictures
> of the island made it seem so
> small that one big wave could have washed over the
> entire island that making it
> habitable would have been impossible. So it seemed
> that the idea was more a
> concept then a reality. I do think it's wonderful if
> we could actually have a
> nation. An actual country where equality reigns. I
> must say though, infighting
> reigns and is prevalent within the GLBT community as
> well. So many people with
> ego's the size of Texas and that's the LAST type of
> person that needs to be
> trying to accomplish a monumental task such as what
> is laid out before you. I
> would like to know however, is there any land that
> you have in mind for this
> nation or are your plans evolving for a "concept"
> nation or an actual physical
> place such as that tiny island? Also is it possible
> that the pictures of that
> tiny island were deceiving and that the island is
> actually a lot larger then the
> pictures depicted?
> Sincerely, Steve
Re: the pictures of the island, it's debatable as to
it's size, although an atlas does seem to make it look
really small. There has been some hanky panky going
on with the pictures that were allegedly taken there.
Nobody seems to know if they are real or not.
I don't think we have gotten far enough with this
reorganization to worry about land yet. It's hard
enough to make a government that will last.
I myself believe that we are trying hard to make that
government happen and I trust the ones who are working
so hard and long to do it. They seem to be coming up
with sensible things and to be sensible people and I
am willing to work with them toward that end.
"Gay" and "arguing" do seem to go together, don't
they? I personally get very tired of it, but thee's
nothing that I can see to do but find people who are
work together peaceably on the same wave length in
order to make something very important happen.
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- --- Philip Thomas <philipraythomas@...> wrote:
> Jack Blue,Thank you, Phil. I am glad to know that it came out
> Many thanks for your honesty and for explaining the
> situation. I look forward to helping out and
> Phil Thomas
> City of Atlanta
like I wanted it to. We look forward to your help.
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- To Jack Blue and Bill Freeman - My hat is off to you guys, in a time that has to be difficult, for your perserverance - I hope for the best for "The Tribe" and want to support your efforts in any way that I can. I opted for membership last winter, and wanted to participate at that time, but held back to observe because cracks were becoming so visible. Please keep all of us informed as to progress and direction so that we can help when necessary.Dan - Atlanta, Georgia
- Hi Bill,
Thank you for the response to my e-mail. Please forgive my simplistic
approach. I understand very well the dynamics of what's legal and what's not here in
the USA. What I still don't understand is this....... being a member of a "Gay
Tribe", is not going to allow us into court to right wrongs against the US
government just as
being a member of the Human Rights Campaign Fund won't allow us that access
either. Yes, if we were in our own nation such as the Jews that fought so hard
for the state of Israel to exist and won that right in 1948 then yes we then
have truly found a place to call home, yes! But what I'm trying to get those
involved to acknowledge is that it is a CONCEPT!!! That was the real point of
my original post.
Look, I live on Long Island in New York, now there are many smaller islands
that are near Long Island, some so small they are like giant sand bars. I mean
this in the most respectful way, but what if I swim out to one and say, "I
claim this island to be GAY ISLAND" , and want to set up a government on it.
Well, the State of New York would laugh. It would be like the line from the Wizard
of Oz, "You have no power here, be gone before someone drops a house on you".
I know you understand exactly what I mean. How in gods name are you going to
lay claim to land and all of a sudden think it's now the "gay" island? That's
why I was saying the idea, (and a wonderful one at that) is a CONCEPT. What I
also wanted to know was, is there any land anywhere in the world that we CAN
lay claim to. And by the way it IS important to know that.
- --- datyl1@... wrote:
> To Jack Blue and Bill Freeman - My hat is off to youThanks, Dan. Your support is much appreciated. We
> guys, in a time that has
> to be difficult, for your perserverance - I hope for
> the best for "The Tribe"
> and want to support your efforts in any way that I
> can. I opted for
> membership last winter, and wanted to participate at
> that time, but held back to
> observe because cracks were becoming so visible.
> Please keep all of us informed as
> to progress and direction so that we can help when
> Dan - Atlanta, Georgia
definitely will keep all of you informed.
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