The Kyobando Manifesto of 3597 was the document which described the Kyo ethnic nationalist idea of "Kyobando" (쿄반도). The ideology called for the reclamation of the Kyo homeland on the Dranian Peninsula and emphasized the importance of enforcing native culture in Dranland. This manifesto was a guiding force for the revolutionary fighters of the Great Kyo Revolution of 3608 and it continued to have a significant influence on politicians in Dankuk for over a century.
Originally published online by the Revolutionary Committee of the Kyo Defense Force (later becoming the Kyo Revolutionary Society, it is not known who authored the manifesto. It is believed that the document had multiple contributors, all united by their ultra-nationalist cause.
Today, many regard the Kyobando Manifesto as an important founding document for Dankuk, though it is not officially seen as such by the modern government. However, its influence does persist and often aspects of the manifesto can be observed in the current practices of contemporary governance in Dankuk.
«The Revolutionary Committee staunchly believes in the idea of 쿄반도 (Kyobando). This idea translates from our native tongue to Luthorian to literally mean "Kyo peninsula." As this suggests, our idea is that of a "Kyo peninsula". Looking at the extensive history of this peninsula, this region was very divided before the Common Era. Not until the arrival of the 쿄왕국 (Kyo Kingdoms), and the eventual unification led by 백구대왕 (King Baekgu the Great), did this peninsula see itself unified.
The 쿄왕국 (Kyo Kingdoms) were the first nation-states to exist on the Dranish Peninsula; and the 통일백구시대 (Unified Baekgu Dynasty), that reigned over the 공망도왕국 (Gongmangdo Kingdom) known as 배국 (Baeguk), was the first unitary nation-state to exist on the entirety of the Dranish Peninsula.
As a unity state, the Kyo had sovereignty over the peninsula for nearly 1,000 years. The continuation of the 쿄국가 (Kyo State) was interrupted by the imperialism of Egelion, which aggressively forced 배국 (Baeguk) into annexation. During the colonial occupation, the Egelians imported masses of people of their own kind in an attempt to eradicate the Gao-Showa cultures and traditions of Dovani. In the following centuries the Kyo were pushed aside and ignored, and the imperialists, and their descendants, continued to try to enforce foreign values upon the peninsula.
Even after the Egelians were finally removed from Dovani and the peninsula regained independence, the occupation did not actually end. The end of Egelian colonization was merely a shift of power between the Egelians of Keris and the transplanted Egelians that were occupying the Kyo homeland.
Not until the 2960s did the Kyo remove the peninsula from the grasp of the imperialists. But, this was unfortunately short-lived, and in partial thanks to the foreign intervention of Western occupiers in Gao-Soto, the Egelian-descendants were put back in power and the 쿄국가 (Kyo State) was again destroyed.
Today, we find ourselves still in a struggle to regain our homeland. We are still under the occupation of the descendants of Western imperialism. How long will we allow this 쿄반도 (Kyobando) to remain under Western occupation. Despite the sovereign Kyo rule upon this peninsula, we stand as the only major Gao-Showa group without modern sovereignty over our homeland. It is time for the Kyo to rise up, once again, and fight against the forces of occupation.
It is the vision of the Revolutionary Committee to see the 37th Century as the true beginning of Kyo post-colonialism. For the glory of the Kyo people, for the glory of the Gao-Showa and of the native peoples of Dovani, we must reclaim the lands which were united under 백구대왕 (King Baekgu the Great)!»