Can I collect West Who stamps?
Millions of people around the world collect stamps. Add West Who postage stamps to your collection today. The latest release of West Who stamps features a set of three stamps "Nature and Exploration". The stamp pictured here shows the President and Director of Wildlife Conservation in New Zealand. The other two stamps show an alligator and bird. You can purchase the set of three mint stamps for $3.00 U.S. or $15.00 West Who currency. Shipping included.
Contact us via e-mail (email@example.com) to purchase your WEST WHO Stamps.
Can I become a citizen of West Who?
It's free so go ahead and become a citizen of the Republic of West Who. To become a citizen of West Who, complete the citizenship application on this website. It is simple, easy and fun. This is know as dual citizenship. The Government of West Who allows you to keep your current citizenship and be a citizen of West Who as well. Enjoy your former national heritage as well as, that of West Who.
Is West Who a real country?
West Who is a micronation, a self declared small nation that is located in Southern California. It has its own elected officials, a functioning government, currency, stamps, passports and much more. The country has existed since 1969.
Can I be elected or appointed to a position?
Yes you can. The nice thing about most micronations is there are plenty of government positions open to its citizens. Become a citizen and tell us what you would enjoy doing. The Republic of West Who holds elections every year in July. You must be a citizen to hold a political office in West Who, to run for President of West Who you must be a citizen for two years, for other offices six months. The President of West Who also appoints citizens to government positions. People serving in the West Who government may not hold government positions in another micronation.
What do the colors of the West Who flag mean?
West Who has a simple flag with three horizantal stripes: Top blue strip stands for Peace & Wisdom, middle black stripe stands for Determination, and the bottom blue stripe stands for Freedom.
Foreign Relations with the Republic of West Who
The Republic of West Who is interested in diplomatic relations with other nations. Micronations must be at least one year old before West Who will begin the process of establishing friendly relations.
West Who has diplomatic relations with the following nations: Grand Duchy of Flandrensis, Virtual State of Drakonberg, Principality of Hashima, Aarian Union of North America, Kingdom of Flezand, Principality of Aigues Mortes, Kingdom of Jupiter and Greater Territories, Principality of Santino, Grand Duchy Westartica, Kingdom of Ruritania, Republique du Saugeais, Iustus Republic, Principality of Santino, Commonwelth of Dracul, Republic of Scoria, Union of Terrexa, Kingdom of Peace, The Holy Christian Republic of Braunland, Empire of Austenasia, Rovdin Empire, Kingdom of Pibocip, Empire of Lehmark, Principality of Woodlandia, Principality of Gumland, Principality of Ferthroy, Grand Republic of Cycoldia, Free State of Florensia, State of Vishwarnitra, Vladastock Confederation.
How to purchase a West Who Passport
West Who citizens may purchase two different kinds of passports a traditional passport $25 (pictured above) or a credit card style passport $25. You pay via PayPal (firstname.lastname@example.org) or you may send cash in your local currency (or US dollars) to Republic of West Who Passport Services - 2281 Silver Oak Drive, Corona, CA 92882 USA. Include your the address your passport is to be mailed. Questions contact us at email@example.com The Republic of West Who passport is valid in 25 micronations, but currently no nations that belong to the United Nations recognize or honor Republic of West Who passports.
Can I live in West Who?
Unfortunatly no, currently the only land which belongs to the Republic of West Who is land owned by its citizens. There is no island or large piece of land that people can move to or settle. The capital of West Who is Whoville, a single house located in Southern California. It would be great to have a large piece of land where people could move if they desired, so if you win the lottery or have lots of money donate to the Republic of West Who Land Fund.
Holidays in West Who
This national holiday sparks lots of celebrations in the nation. on March 2 is a national day to encourage reading among children in West Who. is a moving holiday usually celebrated during the WWC Basketball Championship Playoffs in early March. - West Who horse racing month takes place in October at Santa Anita Race Track in California. is celebrated on November 28th. is celebrated on December 25th. Easter - Date varies. The is September 19th. Children's Day - June 13th.
History of West Who - Over 50 Years of Fun
It all started in 1969, man landed on the Moon and West Who became a country. West Who was named after nice but imaginary people called the Who's in a Dr. Suess childrens book. The history of West Who dates back to the turbulent time of 1969. The nation was established by John Farr. He and Craig Carter, two students from California, decided to create their own countries, naming them West Who and Is-Was. Working to develop independent countries the students created their own currency, postage stamps, government, newspapers and other aspects of a nation. The President of West Who and the Prime Minister of Is-Was declared their nations independent of the United States where both students lived in 1970. Their junior high friends joined in the fun and made their own countries too. The various mirconations declared war on each other, made alliances and generally enjoyed themselves for a number of years. Over time, West Who developed as an independent micronation. Today it's citizens live across the globe in 22 different nations, and are happy people who are free and independent. For many years elections were sporatic in West Who, but as the nation has grown general elections occur on a yearly basis.
Republic of West Who - Happy times for everyone
For over 50 years West Who has been an independent nation, with citizens living in over 40 nations around the world.
West Who citizens may purchase a passport for $25 US, go to the general information section of this website.
Check out the West Who Flag video on YouTube West Who National Anthem
Horton Hears a Who is the favorite reading book of West Who children.
MicroCon 2019 in Canada was attended by 44 micronations including West Who, check out the video of events MicroCon 2019
The West Who Space and Planet Exploration Agency - Can West Who put a person on the Moon? www.westwhospace.com
What is a micronation? Watch this HBO/Vice News story and find out. It features MicroCon 2017 an international summit of micronations, including West Who.
West Who e-Passports are available to citizens for $25 US dollars or ($125 West Who dollars). Contact the Department of Citizen Affairs for more information.
Follow West Who on Twitter twitter.com/WhoGov
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