So his daughter could be a Princess.
I found this and I was just amazed by the stupidity.
For one thing I will say, my nickname is Little Princess. Shut up, it has meaning. My grandfather called my mother Princess so therefore when I was born, I was Little Princess. And no matter how old I get, I am still Little Princess.
That's how you do it, people. That's how you make your daughter a princess. Just call her Princess as a nickname. Though in practice, unless we are royalty, we can't have a royal title officially, but there is nothing wrong with having it as a nickname. I have it as a nickname, my mother has it as a nickname, it's okay to have it as a nickname.
Of course my real father called me Pumpkin, not Little Princess. Little Princess was what my mother called me.
But this guy wanted to make it official. For those of you who have children, especially daughters, your daughter is your princess. It's like a normal thing. But you don't need to make it absolutely official! Just call her "princess".
Guy from Virginia travels to Africa and plants a flag their family made at the border between Sudan and Egypt to claim the land in the name of his Princess. His daughter.
A 7-year-old Virginia girl wants to be a real princess so bad that her dad actually claimed land along the Sudanese border in Africa to fulfill her wishes, according to the Washington Post.
"As a parent you sometimes go down paths you never thought you would," Jeremiah Heaton told the Washington Post.
Heaton, a father of three who works in the mining industry, searched desolate stretches of land near Egypt until planted a blue flag with four stars and a crown on a rocky hill in an 800-square-mile unclaimed swath of desert last month. He proclaimed Emily as princess, calling it "North Sudan."
Obviously, that doesn't mean we have a new nation
Heaton now needs legal recognition from neighboring countries, the United Nations or other groups with actual political control of the land, experts told the Bristol Herald Courier.
Heaton, who ran for Congress in 2012, is confident he'll get approval. He believes love with conquer all.
"I founded the nation in love for my daughter," Heaton said.
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Look guy, in order to make Kedzuel, I had to do some relative study of royal titles and shit. I had to understand that Emperors produce Grand Dukes as offsprings.
And a Princess means she is a daughter of a King, mostly. Unless it's a Principality where the highest title is Prince or Princess. But in most circles and understanding, if your daughter is now Princess of this micronation you annexed from a bunch of already angry at each other two countries...it means you just claimed yourself as King.
And you're white.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you the basic mentality of the Blitzardi. YOU'RE FUCKING LOOKING AT IT!
But at least when Cerenath Khan Draconis goes and decides to take over a border of two angry countries, he at least has the power to annihilate both countries and or enslave their people to prevent any dispute of his claim. You're just gonna get yourself shot! Worse yet, you'll get your kid shot!
This guy is stupid.
There are such things as micronations. There's one in Nevada by the way. Just buy yourself a little plot of land in Montana or something, plant your flag there, start creating pretend currency, and no one would give two shits of what you decide to call it. I could do the same thing with my 30 acre farm. I'll just make a flag, plant it, and put a sign outside claiming that the 30 acres is now the Sovereign Nation of Rhotundria. Or something. Because you in some ways own the friggin land, you can do anything with it so long as it's not illegal. Hell, people might just stop by just to take pictures of it and you can charge them to take a tour or something. Certainly a lot safer than what this douche is doing.
But don't go annexing a piece of someone's country that you're not a citizen of in the first place, and who is actually not exactly friendly towards your country of origin as well. Because it's only going to end badly.