Letters: The Supreme Court forces Parliament to exercise the sovereignty it surrendered in 1973 - Telegraph
The Supreme Court ruling, like the Brexit vote, has defended the sovereignty of parliament | Coffee House
You can have your sovereignty back, but only if you do what I say | The Independent
You might like to try setting up your own bit of space:
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Or you might even want to try setting up your own sovereign state:
The Seasteading Institute | Opening humanity's next frontier
Seasteading - Wikipedia
Seasteading: living in international waters indefinitely
And it's already happening - although not everyone's happy:
Seasteading: tech leaders' plans for floating city trouble French Polynesians
As a Peter Thiel-funded group moves to build a colony in a local lagoon, residents fear wealthy Americans just want to use their home to avoid taxes
Monday 2 January 2017 12.00 GMT
Julia Carrie Wong in San Francisco
futuristic plan to build a floating techno-libertarian city in a French Polynesian lagoon has left some local residents worried they could be the next unsuspecting inhabitants of a peaceful planet in a science-fiction movie.
“It reminds me of the innocent Ewoks of the moon of Endor who saw in the Galactic Empire a providential manna,” said Tahitian TV host Alexandre Taliercio. “They let them build what they wanted on earth and in orbit, but that’s not to say that the Empire shared the blueprints of the Death Star with them.”
The proposal for a seastead – an autonomous oceanic colony; think homesteading, but wetter - took a significant step on Christmas Day, when a Silicon Valley group announced it had reached an agreement with the French Polynesian government, with officials poised to explore serving as the group’s host.
Seasteading: tech leaders' plans for floating city trouble French Polynesians | Technology | The Guardian
Or for a different perspective from the Foundation for Economic Education:
Techno-optimists and the Search for the Ultimate ExitMay 13, 2015
Some Silicon Valley V.C.s believe that these values would have greater sway if their community left America behind: Andreessen’s nerd nation with a charter and a geographic locale. Peter Thiel favors “seasteading,” establishing floating cities in the middle of the ocean. Balaji Srinivasan, until recently a general partner at a16z and now the chairman of one of its Bitcoin companies, has called for the “ultimate exit.”
Arguing that the United States is as fossilized as Microsoft, and that the Valley has become stronger than Boston, New York, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C., combined, Srinivasan believes that its denizens should “build an opt-in society, ultimately outside the U.S., run by technology.”
Techno-optimists and the Search for the Ultimate Exit : Anything Peaceful : Foundation for Economic Education
Quadmaran-10, Toward Solar Boats for Ocean Living | Indiegogo
Wired's Failure of Imagination on SeasteadingMay 20, 2015
Wired's Failure of Imagination on Seasteading : Anything Peaceful : Foundation for Economic Education
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