New Collectivism: Register of NSK State Citizens; From 7 May 1993 to 18 August 2023
The new political, ideological and economic reorganisation of Europe between 1990 and 1993 (the fall of the Berlin Wall, a united Germany, the collapse of the Eastern bloc, the war in Yugoslavia and the emergence of new nation states) prompted the need to create a new state structure that would go beyond the new division of the world, including Europe, and unite its citizens in a true utopia. The development of the internet and the digital-virtual world has made this idea much more feasible. The establishment of the NSK embassy in Moscow in 1992 was the first step towards the declaration of an NSK state in time by all NSK groups in autumn 1992, and since then the new state has kept its doors wide open to all who wish to become its citizens.
The NSK State rejects the categories of territory and nation and promotes supranational law. Its organisational principle is based on collective absolutism, the ideas of self-management and the Non-Aligned Movement, while the “head of state” is an immanently coherent spirit.
Citizenship is acquired with an NSK state passport. The passport is available to anyone, regardless of race, religion, nationality, gender or beliefs. By signing the application for membership, the holder of an NSK passport undertakes to contribute to the best of their ability to strengthen the integrity and identity of the NSK State and to abide by the NSK State’s Code of Ethics as defined in the Five Basic Principles of Friendship. The NSK Passport is a subversive document of unique value. The document is numbered and non-transferable.
Statistics on citizens are stored in the NSK Central Register of Citizens.
Book: 50,5 x 42 cm, 504 pages
For the Statistics Office of NSK State: New Collectivism
Production: Maska Ljubljana
Special thanks to: Ervin Markošek, Jurij Rejec, Fotolito Dolenc