So you're three times closer than I. Why don't we just erase all borders and be citizens of the world?
Different countries uphold different values. As a citizen of mulitple countries you are supporting conflicting values and conflicting law. Is it right for you to participate in all three of them politically at the same time? All I see is a conflict of interests.
If so why not just expand your citizenship to world-wide citizenship, or world government - it's only a matter of numbers, 200 instead of 3.
In allowing multiple citizenship, the sovereignty of countries is being undermined and the globalists are thrilled. For, if you could only have citizenship to one country at a time, you would choose the best country with the best values, work to improve that country, and defend that country with everythign you had.
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