Posted by Lars Vilks, state secr on May 19, 1997 at 22:50:52:
I have returned from my mission in Norway. I didn't fail. We have got a piece of the country. Glorious days.
At Akkerhaugen in Telemark is now situated a Ladonian colony, simply called "Ladonia-Patmos-Norway 1", the figure to indicate that more might be done in the future. A construction with a palisade was built during a week, the tower in the center about 12 m high. A cultural arrangement is to be found in one of the rooms: a permanent collection of around 100 unconscious works of the icelandic artist Gudjon Kjettilson.
The strategy worked out as intended; the colony was declared on the 17th of May at 9.00 in the morning. A speech was held by the state secretary, the flag up in the top, the colony baptized in danish beer (partnership for pilsner), the national anthem performed. No resistance, all Norwegians were of course out celebrating their nation on this their greatest day. So to speak taken with their trousers down.
King Harald was informed through a fax sent to him. It has been said that he had a sad 17th of May with his suddenly decreasing Norway.
Governess of Ladonia-Patmos-Norway 1 is Inger Haugen also Ladonian volve. She casted the runs and found them strong.
The colony is about 90 square meters, a part of it in the water.
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