Jordan Brizendine

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Jordan Brizendine was a micronationalist who, inter alia,[note 1] first proposed parallel plane theory by encouraging the Delveran Chamber of Deputies and the Congress of Colo (a conference of delegates from Delvera, the North American Confederation and Karnia-Ruthenia) to adopt the Resolution on Micronational Sovereignty,[1][2] which stated that "micronations and macronations exist on separate, parallel planes whereby their duties and responsibilities do not overlap."

Notes and references


  1. Not perhaps since "Et tu" have two Latin words done quite so much heavy lifting.


  1. Brizendine, Jordan. "Chamber Passes Resolution on Micronational Sovereignty." The Bannerman Online. Colonia, 18 August 2017.
  2. Callahan, Hannah. "Congress of Colo Adopts Resolution on Micronational Sovereignty." Lavrada Bannerman. 21 August 2017.