Comment: There ought not be dual citizenship/allegiance ...

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There ought not be dual citizenship/allegiance ...

It is a long held maxim of law no one can serve two masters.

The essence of citizenship is an indefinite office which shares in the honors of the state and the administration of justice.

If the concept of allegiance is to be respected or preserved you don't let people with multiple allegiance share in the honors of the state or administration of justice by voting or serving on a jury.

Since most people don't even understand the concept of citizenship, the indefinite office that is occupied, duties or obligations of the office, and that no one can be compelled or coerced to occupy it ...

Since it obviously impossible for these ideas to be passed down from one generation born ignorant to the next generation born ignorant ...

Let's just get rid of the damn state and all of these complicated concepts people don't give a shit about, understand, or bother to pass down, and simply allow competition in justice to flourish.