The unanimous declaration of Absurdistan

The unanimous declaration of Absurdistan


The unanimous declaration of Absurdistan‘s only and ruling party concerning its independence.

There’s no better country, citizens, or the moral code than that of Absurdistan. It’s a fact. Hence, to be able to share these with the rest of the world, we see only one option: to declare Absurdistan’s independence and take over the world.

The 6th of August will be known as Absurdistan’s Independence Day. As it matches the start of this year’s YAGA festival, which is the favourite of Absurdistan’s Supreme Leader, Absurdistan will annex the whole territory of the festival and use it for the greater good of the Universe.

There will be two ways to get into Absurdistan. The best of the society, carefully selected by the Ministry Of Greatness, will get Absurdistan’s citizenship and passports. The rest of you, casual people, will have to get visitors visas that are limited to just 1000 for the luckiest ones.

Although Absurdistan rules strictly, it rules with love. That’s why the country will have two music stages dedicated to all the possible sounds you can imagine, as music doesn’t have borders in Absurdistan. There will be dances, happiness, and weirdness. Yes, Absurdistan is the only country in the world that embraces the weirdness. Non-weirdness might even be punished. But don’t worry, the voting on it is still in process.

To share its values with a possibly ungrateful world, Absurdistan’s Ministry of Propag… Truth… The Ministry of Truth will take over YAGA’s Workshop, Healing, and Cinema areas. The visitors should be prepared for a state-approved tsunami of lectures, workshops, and discussions. The Minister of Truth barely had to censor anything! The program is that good!

If you’re concerned about your kids, you’re right. Absurdistan is also concerned about your kids. That’s why the best graduates from the University of Absurdology will take good care of tourists’ children in the Kindergarten.

Absurdistan is the country of traditions. Traditions of the absurd, like the tradition not to write down the traditions. Nevertheless, tourists who want to experience Absurdistan’s greatness in its entirety need to dress accordingly. Although Absurdistan is a dictatorship for the whole 87 hours since the last coup, the current Supreme Leader welcomes all the absurd uniforms you can think of.


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