A “space kingdom.”

You know that’s what they are because up until now there’s not been an intelligence test.

Soon as that’s kicked in there won’t be many of them eligible to join.

Feel like the world is going to the dogs? Want to get away from it all? Here’s a solution: become a citizen of the nation of Asgardia and hope it makes good on its promise to colonise the moon.

Asgardia was founded just 20 months ago, and it already has about 200,000 citizens, a constitution and an elected parliament. It has a leader, Igor Ashurbeyli, who was inaugurated on Monday.

It also has grandiose ambitions. It wants to build up a population of 150 million within 10 years. It plans to set up “space arks” with artificial gravity in outer space where humans could live permanently.

“This day will certainly be recorded in the annals of the greatest events in the history of humankind,” Ashurbeyli said in his inaugural speech to an audience of several hundred in the Hofburg, Vienna’s former imperial palace.

“We have thus established all branches of government. I can therefore declare with confidence that Asgardia – the first space nation of the united humankind – has been born,” said Ashurbeyli, a Russian engineer, computer scientist and businessman.

Asgardia – named after Asgard, a world in the sky in Norse mythology – says its citizens now live in more than 200 countries, outnumbering the United Nations’ 193 member states. Becoming a citizen online is free.

It wants to attract the 2 percent of the world’s population that is “most creative”. Asked how that was working out so far, Ashurbeyli said, “Citizenship selection will continue. It might even involve IQ tests.”

Ashurbeyli said he intends to have satellites providing Internet access around the globe in five to seven years, space arks operating in 10 to 15 years, and finally to establish a permanent settlement on the moon within 25 years.

Asgardians now pay an annual membership fee of 100 euros. It plans to collect taxes on businesses and private income, which it says will be kept very low.

“For this early phase of Asgardian nationhood … I am primarily responsible for its financing, along with a number of other donors who are citizens of Asgardia,” he said.

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  1. Leonard Jones says:

    That would make for a nice place for liberals to go. No closed environment
    could provide them with food, water, and oxygen. Add to that the possibility
    that even a small asteroid could blow one of these idiotic orbiting utopias to

    We need to start up a Gofundme account to sponsor this endeavor. We can
    call it the Send a liberal into space fund.

  2. bogsidebunny says:

    Maybe they could convince the Mooslimes, Beaners, Niggers and Homos there would be no White, Christian Conservatives allowed in the new “paradise” and then the enlistees for the colonization of the moon would be gone from our evil. Think that’d work?

  3. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    Buh bye………..

  4. taminator013 says:

    Moonbats colonizing the moon. How wonderfully apropos……………….

  5. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    DO they think they’re going to pass over the LGBTABCXYZ Rainbow Bridge, and meet Odin and Thor?
    More likely they’ll meet Loki and he’ll dump them all into Niflheim (Viking equivalent to English “hell” – not to be confused with Viking “Hel”, totally different place) just for shits and grins.

  6. bogsidebunny says:

    Looks like the fucking idiots have already taken a few laps (like dogs do in their water bowls on a hot day) on the brown rings round Uranus.

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