The law that governs all nations is referred to as: The Law of Nations or international law. Accordingly, as each state in the American union is a nation, this law may be applied in the case of the Fourteenth Amendment. Now with that established, let us look at the general principle of international law as defined by constitutional scholar, John Bouvier:
With regard to every state, international law only asks whether it be such in reality, whether it actually is invested with the properties of a state. With forms of government international law has nothing to do.
All forms of government, under which a state can discharge its obligations and duties to others, are, so far as this code is concerned, equally legitimate. Thus, the rule of non-intervention in the affairs of other states is a well-settled principle of international law.
~International Law, Bouvier's Law, 1889
Due to mind control, there are very few Americans that understand that each state of the United States is a country, and hence, a nation. To illustrate such principles, we will now go over the principles under the Law of Nations herein:
Under the Law of Nations, based on principles of natural law: one is a national of the 'state' in which he was born; such state is his native 'country' and nation. Accordingly, the national/citizen owes allegiance to his nation/state-government (in that order). The term 'state' means 'body politic' or government.
Under the Law of Nations: a 'national' is not a resident of his state/country, just a national; moreover, when one lives in a state in which he is not a national member, he is a 'resident' which in law is deemed an alien or foreigner, i.e. a resident alien. Accordingly one is an 'alien' or 'foreigner' to every other country. Also understand that "res"means a thing in law, hence a 'resident' is a man in a foreign jurisdiction taking on a thing identity to be controlled under treaty law or agreements. next part...
PART 2 | The National and Person Status
The National and Person Status
Under the Law of Nations: the term human being means a man, women or child; however, the term 'person' is a member of a certain political society and/or nation. One being a national of a certain political society or state occasions one to be under the protection of the government of such nation. Considering international law, the term known as 'national' differs from the term 'citizen'. In American law, the term 'citizen' relates to political rights and also encompases being subject to the laws, however the political rights of the status may be suspended. One could say that fundamentally the term 'national' relates to the international law venue, and citizen is internal.
Under the Law of Nations: the term 'nationality' is the status of belonging to a particular nation by origin, birth, or naturalization [origin=native]. However, one must compare the rules of jus soli and jus sangunis A 'nation' is a society of people bound in unity under a particular government by its mutual consent. And, the term 'naturalization' is the legal process of changing one's nation (or country) to be a member citizen of another; in other words to grant nationality to one of foreign birth so he then become a naturalized citizen/national.
Today─under the dictates of the New World Order─nationality has little to do with ethnic origin. next part...
PART 3 | Termination of Political Ties
Expatriation of Political Status
Under the Law of Nations: the term 'citizen' is in reference to being a 'subject' of a sovereign or subject to a government. In American law, the term 'citizen' refers to political rights. One's political rights are protected under the original constitutional system. Generally, under the law of nations, the term─or rather, the status of─'national' and 'citizen' go hand-in-hand. That is to say─when one is naturalized he is a national and also has political rights; however, nationals of the states have been disenfranchised due to the 14th Amendment.
Under the Law of Nations: nationality can be changed: it is considered or deemed a natural right; such right is noted as an act of expatriation: The changing of one's country; and accordingly his nationality and citizenship. One's native country is referred to as a natural domicile or domicile of origin; and, if one has changed his country, it is referred to as an acquired domicile; in other words, one's 'national domicile' = a permanent "natural born (i.e. native) national" or "non-native national" of a nation or country. next part...
PART 4 | The Nature of Genocide
Policy of the United States: Genocide
Under the Law of Nations: the systematic and planned extermination of an entire national, racial, political, or ethnic group is referred to as genocide. Genocide is considered a crime under international law.
The 14th Amendment is part and parcel to the New World Order and its cultural genocide. The United States (the government ) has effectively eliminated the nationalites of the several states and assigned the nationals of these countries a "national of the United States" status (see Title 8 USC Section 1401).
Law Information in this particular section is taken from the following sources: Bouvier's Law Dictionary, 1856; De Vattel's, Law of Nations; and, American Heritage Dictionary. You may find more information on Cultural Genocide on Wikipedia
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