Sunday, October 25, 2015

there's hope for Utah

The tallest and largest structure ever built in Zaqistan, the Monument commerates 10 years of independence. Erected in September of 2015 by Zaqistani citizens.
Those who may wonder what Utah has to offer aside from well-provisioned doomsday bunkers and perhaps a few multiple-wives advocates, may be heartened by the news:
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) –  A New York man is building his own sovereign nation called Zaqistan on a remote piece of land in Utah.
Zaq Landsberg has created a yellow-and-red flag, official-looking passports and a border patrol gate guarded by a giant robot sentry for the realm, KSL-TV reported.
"The conceptual goal is I want it to become a real country," said Landsberg, its president. "I mean, that goal is not going to happen. It's impossible, but going through the motions, (I'm) trying to make that happen."
He's even created a motto for the land of Zaqistan: "Something from nothing."
 Landsberg's web site includes pictures of the plastic wild flowers that remain unaffected by the harsh climate and a Victory Arch dedicated to some unspecified victory.

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