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University of Indokistan

University of Indokistan
Universitas Indokistan
COA Indokistan 14.png
Emblem of the University of Indokistan
Motto Scientia potentia est (Latin)
Motto in English Knowledge is power
Established 2014
Rector Farhan Abdurrahman
Type Public
Location Aziziyah
Cussex
Central Indokistan
Suwarnakarta
Colors Red
     
Mascot "Red Star"

Universitas Indokistan is a public university provided by the government of Indokistan. It was established in 2014, and the rector of the university is Farhan Abdurrahman. The university provided three main faculties scattered nationwide.

Faculties

The university contains three main faculties, each located in a state in Indokistan. The main division are named faculties (fakultas) which further divided into schools (sekolah).

  • Faculty of Social and Political Science
    • School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies
    • School of Political and Ideological Studies
    • School of Micronational Studies
  • Faculty of Islamic Science
    • School of Islamic Theological Studies
    • School of Islamic Economy and Muamalah
    • School of Islamic Politics and Sharia Law
    • School of Islamic Education
  • Faculty of Economics and Business
    • School of Economic Theories
    • School of Accounting
    • School of Business Management

State Book

State Book
Buku Negara
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Created September 2010 - early 2013
Authors Indokistani People

"State book" (Buku Negara) is a series of notebooks considered as "official" in Republic of Indokistan, in use since September 2010 until early 2013. The book contains many official writings and notes, that collected from many writings by Indokistani citizens throughout the time period.

History

The State Book is a very reliable notebooks to accomodate many government writings and notes, as well as informal notes and technology designs in the early era of Indokistan. The first usage of the state books were on 16 September 2010, when the original declaration of independence were written. Since that time, the books is on a very frequent use.

One book were vary in size and number of pages, and is ranged from 3 until 6 months until the last page of the books were used. Computerised notes and document processing adopted in full since 2013 ends the entire usage of State Book.

Books

First Series

The books considered to be included in the first series was the books that used between September 2010 October 2010. In total, there are two small books. The contents of these two small books mostly about society in Indokistan before it enters the "real world of micronationalism", reflected on its unserious, comical, and fictional concept of Indokistan.

The book inscribed the first name of the nation, which was named Indostan, that immediately changed to Indokistan on the next page. It also put the first year of Indokistani independence as 1999, which made the first attempt to predict the real date of Indokistani independence difficult.

The first and second book described Indokistan with various government forms and names, from a "communist commonwealth" in the first book, then turned into a "sultanate commonwealth" on the second. On the very first declaration of independence , Indokistan is described as "Commmonwealth of Indokistan". The formal declaration of Indokistani establishment hosted on the second book, only contains name "Indokistan".

The contents of the books mainly describe the "constitution" of Indokistan, with many silly and odd laws. Both books also provided information of many Indokistani state-companies, including a food processor and weapon producer factory. The second book mainly concerns with the national celebrations, fictional historical timelines, and various documents on the national map.

Last pages of the first book were about the enactment of the "first" national constitution, with signature of Farhan Abdurrahman and Dicky L. K.. The second book last pages were about national buildings, including a formerly popular proposal of a "state statue" (tugu negara) in a form of hammer and sickle.

Second Series

Third Series

Fourth Series

Unnofficial Books

Title page

This is the most prominent feature founded in almost all State Books. The tradition to give title page was started on the second book of the first series of the State Books, when the national flag and state name were written there. The tradition continues until the very last books.

The only book on the second series uses national flag as its title page, while the state name were written below.

The third series of the books contains of three books, which all had a different title page. The first book writer apparently forgot to empty the first page, made the first page contents is about parking arrangements instead of title page. The second book features a drawing about the January Revolution, with the drawing title January Revolution - 19-01-2011. The third book indeed emptied its first page, but the writers then decided to left the page blank.

The book on the fourth series had the national emblem as its title page.

Adventures of Duck

Adventures of Duck and Friends (Petualangan Bebek dan Kawan-Kawan) is a serial of stories created by Nabil Ihsan and his Indonesian friend from 2010 until 2011. The main character of the story is a nameless duck, hence the entire series title. The serial continues until 7 series, when both writers decided to separate, thus new edition of the story cannot be made.

Characters

  • Duck is the main character of the story appeared on first, fourth, and seventh series. She described as innocent-looking and often victimizes by antagonists inside the story. On the first edition, she appeared to be very lucky, survived numerous attempts on her life.
  • Keni the Worm first appeared on the second serial. An unlucky worm that kill many people.
  • DS and TLL Gangs appeared on third edition only. A rival on their school that waged in an armed conflict.

Beside of these main characters, lots of other figurines often added to the story that involved the main characters. These characters often spanned from a fictional ordinary businessman, butcher and chefs, until real-life characters, such as US President w:Barack Obama and astronaut w:Neil Armstrong.

Serials

There are total of 7 serials made, three uses "Duck" character, three uses "Keni the Worm" characters, and another one reserved for "DS-TLL Gangs".

The Blinks

The Blinks (Indokistani Cyrillic: ....) is a comic series created by Nabil Ihsan in 2011. The story mainly tells about the Blinks, someone who has a mole in his face that can explode if got contact with any objects. The story later expands to include a story about an unlucky ghost called Jodi and Ailbeppe Rangers that always done error while pretending that they saves the day.

History

The Blinks actually used to mock Badra Shidqi because of his mole in the left of his mouth. The story later continues and sometimes integrate real-life events, such as distraction caused by him during Indonesian Independence Proclamation and during 30 September Movement in 1965.

Comics

The Blinks

An ordinary man that had a mole in his face that can explode if got contact with any things. He somewhat always appear coincidental with various important events in Indonesian history and ruin it. He realizes that he could be a dangerous person if anyone touch his mole so sometimes he warn about it, but people keep touching his mole, accidentally or not.

Jodi the Ghost

A novice ghost called Jodi, an art teacher that committed suicide because none of his students come to his class. After becoming ghost, he vowed to haunt all of his former students. This character only appear for three columns, before replaced by Ailbeppe Rangers.

Ailbeppe Rangers

A group of ten rangers proclaiming themselves as hero that saves the day. But they always failed to do correct things, even ended in a greater problem. As a police, they always failed to identify the victim and the villain, and failed to differentiate between the good thing and the bad one.

Foreign relations

To be reviewed by National Forum

Flag Nation Recognized Notes
Flag Of Lbp.gif Federal Republic of Los Bay Petros* February 2011 Recognized as sister nations by few micronationalists; mutual AIM and MASA member; treaty ratified on 2011
Flag of Bethania.jpg Social Republic of Bethania* 2011 -
Flagfreedomia.jpg Republic of Freedomia* 2011 -
Westlandianflag.jpg Republic of Westland* 2011 -
Harcourt flag 2012.JPG Princely State of Harcourt* 3 March 2012 Treaty ratified on 3 March 2012
Flag Sch.PNG Ufkpr Schwanensee* 1 May 2012 Treaty ratified on May 2012
Flag of Burkland.png Marxist People's Republic of Burkland* 4 May 2012 -
Flag of Fortania.png Kingdom of Fortania* 26 June 2012 Treaty ratified on 26 June 2012
Kaznian flag.png 2nd Cheslovian Federation* 28 July 2012 -
PrincipalityMonoviaflag.png Monovia* 09 April 2013 Treaty ratified on 9 April 2013; Co-founder of the proposed Indonovian Confederation

Former relations

Flag Nation Until Reason
Noflag.png Stodænna July 2011 Dissolved
Adjikistan.png Adjikistan 2011 Dissolved, became the Republic of Libertas
Yabloko flag.png Yabloko 2011 Dissolved
Republic of Kuhugstan.png Republic of Kuhugstan 2011 Dissolved, succeeded by the Free State of Ranshara
RFSUpdatedFlag.PNG Republic of Raflesinesia February 2013 Joined Indokistan
Better flag ultamiya.png Republic of Ultamiya 27 March 2013 Dissolved
Bascal flag.jpg State of Bascal 15 November 2014 Dissolved

Name of Indokistan

Name in other languages

In Chinese, Indokistan was rendered as 印度基斯坦 (Pinyin: yin4du4ji1si1tan3) or its short 印基. The Chinese name of Indokistan first appeared on diplomatic treaty between Indokistan and Schwanensee signed in 2012. Since Chinese language became more popular in capital city Suwarnakarta in 2016, the usage of Chinese name of Indokistan had became more frequent and consolidated on the region.

In Russian, Indokistan was rendered as [..]. It was first used in 2011, mainly because of adoption of Kryllic, a form of Cyrillisation of Indonesian language, the official language of Indokistan.

States

State name Language
of origin
Meaning Notes
Aziziyah Arabic
Indokistan Tengah Indonesian Geographical explanation that the state is located in the central part of Indokistan. Alternative explanation is that this state are formed of "Indokistan proper" territory - territories formed not by state mergers to Indokistan.
Cussex English Central upper section
Suwarnakarta Sanskrit Perfect gold Combination of word Suwarna and suffix -karta. Suwarna, same meaning as in Suwarnabhumi, means "gold". Suffix -karta, used with similar style as Indonesian cities of Ja(ya)-karta and Yogya-karta, means "perfect".

Cities

Aziziyah

State name Language
of origin
Meaning Notes
Al Majidiyah Arabic Strong Founded by
Al Munazarah An ancient kingdom name Geographical explanation that the state is located in the central part of Indokistan. Alternative explanation is that this state are formed of "Indokistan proper" territory - territories formed not by state mergers to Indokistan.
Arabistan Arab land Combination of word Suwarna and suffix -karta. Suwarna, same meaning as in Suwarnabhumi, means "gold". Suffix -karta, used with similar style as Indonesian cities of Ja(ya)-karta and Yogya-karta, means "perfect".
Buraiqiyah Vehicle of Prophet Muhammad

Central Indokistan

State name Language
of origin
Meaning Notes
Camp Hastons Sanskrit Perfect gold Combination of word Suwarna and suffix -karta. Suwarna, same meaning as in Suwarnabhumi, means "gold". Suffix -karta, used with similar style as Indonesian cities of Ja(ya)-karta and Yogya-karta, means "perfect".
Flastraad Arabic
Gorerski Indonesian Geographical explanation that the state is located in the central part of Indokistan. Alternative explanation is that this state are formed of "Indokistan proper" territory - territories formed not by state mergers to Indokistan.
Jumstraad English Central upper section
Koskenniemi English Central upper section
Swazlek English Central upper section
Trastraad English Central upper section
White Lotus English Central upper section

List of wars and conflicts involving Indokistan

Conflict Combatant 1 Combatant 2 Results
First Republic
Communist Coup
(December 2010)
Bendera Indokistan 1.png Indokistan Bendera Indokistan 2.png Communist Party of Indokistan Defeat
  • Socialist Republic established
Socialist Republic
January Revolution
(January 2011)
Bendera Indokistan 3.png Anti-communist rebels Bendera Indokistan 2.png Socialist Republic of Indokistan Victory
  • Socialist Republic dissolved
  • Formation of Second Republic
Second Republic
Indokistan-Ntolian War
(April-June 2011)
Indokistan Noflag.png Ntolia Victory
  • Peace treaty signed
  • Ntolia dissolved
Nameless Betrayal
(April 2011)
Indokistan Noflag.png Nameless Defeat
  • Nameless formation recognized
  • Departed citizens pardoned
Santos Conflict
(November 2011)
Indokistan
Los Bay Petros
Flag of Santos.png Santos Victory
  • Embargo declared against Santos
  • Santos dissolved
Emergency Government
First Federation
There were no conflict during this period
Third Republic
Indokistan-Wenang War
(October 2012)
Indokistan Noflag.png Wenang State Victory
  • Wenang surrendered
  • Wenang leaders arrested
  • War reparations paid by Wenang
Royal Council Rebellion
(December 2012)
Indokistan Flag of Al Rasyid Darussalam.jpg Royal Council of ARD Defeat
  • ARD seceded from Indokistan
Provisional Government
There were no conflict during this period
Second Federation
Arabistan Rebellion
(October 2013)
Indokistan Noflag.png Anti-union opposition Victory
  • Rebellion suppressed
  • Aziziyah integration to Indokistan continued
Barakstani blockade on Indokistani embassy
(January 2014)
Indokistan Bbd.jpg Barakstan Victory
  • Blockade removed
  • Arkapore MASA membership vote vetoed by Indokistan
Aziziyah Anti-Indokistani Conflict
(June 2014)
Indokistan Noflag.png Aziziyah Anti-Indokistani coalition Victory
  • Negosiation to end conflict successful
  • Rebel demands (financial support) fulfilled
2014 Malindo Conflict
(March 2014)
Indokistan
Bendera Omahkulon.jpg Omahkulon
New logo AIM.jpg AIM
Noflag.png Malindo
Flag of Fiharaya.png Fiharaya
Victory
  • Ivan Hermawan arrested
  • Peace treaty signed betwen Excellent and Fiharaya

2016 Malindo Conflict

2016 Malindo Conflict
Part of Malindo Question
Date 11 - 27 July 2016
Location Indonesia
Result Suwarnakarta Institute and Excellent victory
Ivan Hermawan dead
Belligerents
Suwarnakarta Institute
Excellent
Malindo and his cronies
Commanders
Nabil Ihsan
Theodorus Diaz
Ivan Hermawan
Republik Roran

2016 Malindo Conflict (Indonesian: Konflik Malindo 2016) was a conflict between Excellent and Suwarnakarta Institute and Malindo, still ruled by Ivan Hermawan with his cronies. The conflict started after Ivan staged a referendum to "dissolving" AIM, which had no effect to the organisation since Malindo had no membership status there. After failing to forced AIM to be dissolved, Ivan later staged another harassment against Nabil Ihsan and Theodorus Diaz Praditya, which he claimed that both men establish new religion and spread false news on them.

The conflict ended in 27 July, when Ivan Hermawan was warned by Omar Laode of Fiharaya to discontinue his action, which he automatically obeyed. Ivan later declared his defeat, issuing an "apology" for spreading false news, and disappeared. Ivan disappearance later celebrated by Indonesian micronational community, with President Diaz of Excellent made a speech officially confirmed Ivan Hermawan's death.

Background

Ivan Hermawan, a man that founded Malindo, has been founded mentally unstable after that information was leaked in 2014, shortly after 2014 Malindo Conflict. Several information also said that Ivan was actually a paedophile and had no control on his hypersexuality. The revelation made Indonesian micronationalists stressed, since they finally realized that they are forced to interact with a crazy man without any common sense. Ivan Hermawan has been largely ignored since 2014 conflict, with Indonesian micronational community refused to accept him at all to the group.

Ivan Hermawan also made several sockpuppets, which he used as a propaganda tool, for example, "Republik Roran" was used to spread information in Malindo and its "mission" on revealing illegal organ trade. Beside of that, these sockpuppets are used to legitimized Ivan's action, by gathering their support on votes, which later was used as a proof that his action has been approved democratically.

Chancellor

Chancellor of Indokistan
Kanselir Indokistan
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Style His Excellency
Residence Central Indokistan
Inaugural holder Nabil Ihsan
Formation 3 October 2012

Chancellor of Indokistan (Indonesian: Kanselir Indokistan) was a short-lived title of Indokistani head of government during the Third Republic era in 2012.

History

Establishment of the Chancellery was again an attempt to divide the head of state and government of Indokistan. Similarly, Indokistan had the title of Prime Minister from 2010 until February 2012, when Indokistan turned a presidential republic.

2014 AIM Games torch relay

2014 AIM Games
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Date 28 March 2014 - June 2014
Distance 5000 kilometres
Countries visited Excellent, Omahkulon, Arkapore, Indokistan (8 planned)

2014 AIM Games torch relay was run from 28 March 2014 from Excellent, the host for the first game. It was planned to run for two months, until June or July 2014, while the game itself scheduled for September 2014. The relay was planned to involved all of micronations inside Indonesian sector (at that time counts as 8).

After a month on the route, an issue prevented the continuation of the relaying process, with its last destination was Indokistan, at the time of its sudden stop Sunda Raya was planned to become its next destination. If the torch relay successful, it would be the greatest achievement of Indonesian micronational movement, as it passes 3 from 5 Indonesian largest islands, with projected distance was around 5000 kilometres.

Background

After initial planning that the Games would start in September 2014, Excellent leader Theodorus Diaz Praditya proposed a torch relay to all of participants micronations before returning back to Excellent before the start of the game. Diaz said that the torch relay would became a symbol of united Indonesian micronational community if successful, and would increase the prestise of Indonesian micronationalism in the micronational community. is proposal was widely praised by participants and immediately accepted.

Route

After consideration between participants, the official route for the torch relay was started from host ExcellentOmahkulonArkaporeSunda RayaIndokistanLos Bay PetrosSt. JohnAl Rasyid Darussalam – return to Excellent. It will took around two months for a return trip from and to Excellent.

The easiest route would be Indokistan to Sunda Raya, because of its close proximity and fact that state leaders of both countries - Farhan Abdurrahman and Lintang Matahari Hasan - had a direct access from their school, so the paper could be directly handed to Lintang without any necessity of using postal service. The most challenging relay was to and from Al Rasyid Darussalam, at that time was the farthest micronation from its previous and next in line. Inclusion of ostracsed St. John was initially a controversy, since the community seem St. John wasn't worth a visit of the torch, yet decision to keep St. John was later upheld, showing the community conciliatory move with St. John.

Torch

The "torch" was not an actual torch with real fire, as if the Olympic torch. It was a two-pages document that would be signed by each respective head of state at the time of its arrival. The first page of the document was an announcement of the torch relay and the games, while the second page was reserved for heads of state comments and signature, showing their endorsements to the Games.

Journey

The relay was started on 28 March 2014, after President Theodorus Diaz Praditya and Deputy President Cornelius signed the letter and send it by post to its first destination Omahkulon.

It arrives on early April 2014 in Omahkulon and was accepted by Tommy Narisworo himself, later brought to Omahkulon National Palace, where Tommy signed the letter and to exhibit the letter for several days. On the end of April, Tommy allowed the letter to be sent to the next destination, Arkapore.

President Tian Abdurrahman welcomed the arrival of the letter to Arkapore in mid of May 2014, and same as in Omahkulon, brought the letter to be exhibited for Arkaporean public. After the end of the exhibition, Tian signed the letter and send it to Indokistan on 5 June.

Indokistani president Rayhan Haikal posing with the letter in Suwarnakarta

The letter arrived in Indokistan on 15 June, accepted by Suwarnakarta governor Nabil Ihsan. It was previously agreed that only president Rayhan Haikal that would signed the letter, despite Indokistan had four representatives on the Games. Nabil later handed over the letter to Rayhan on 20 June, allowed it to be signed by him. After that, the letter was exhibited until 30 June in Cussex and Suwarnakarta. During state leaders meeting in 1 July, Nabil handed over the letter to Central Indokistani governor Farhan Abdurrahman to be send to the next destination, Sunda Raya.

Failure

The letter was expected to arrived in Sunda Raya on 10 July, but it wasn't arrived on the designated day. It was later reported that the letter was actually lost, rendering the entire torch relay failed. It was lost shortly before Farhan Abdurrahman scheduled meeting with Lintang Matahari Hasan where he actually should handed over the relay.

In 2015, Farhan Abdurrahman announced to the General Assembly of the Association of Indonesian Micronations that the lost paper was founded in his home in Coatesville, Central Indokistan. He asked the assembly whether to restart the relay or not, with the community already lost interest on the Games, the relay was decided to not to be restarted.

Lainnya

Farhan Abdurrahman:
3 (75%)
Nabil Ihsan:
1 (25%)
Timeline of Indokistani Statehood
2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Dissolution
Central Indokistan Indokistan
Cussex Raflesinesia Indokistan
Suwarnakarta Indokistan
Aziziyah Dependent
territory
Indokistan
Barakstan Indokistan Barakstan, then Arkapore
Wirasena Wirasena Indokistan Arkapore -
Al Rasyid Darussalam ARD IKT ARD