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« on: March 12, 2016, 03:48:40 PM »

An article on one's nationality.
What is nationality?

This is a bit of a hot subject, but if one thinks enough about one will come to an obvious conclusion. Many people nowadays thinks that one’s nationality depends on his\her place of birth. Whoever ends in that kind of conclusion is idiotically wrong. One’s nationality actually depends on your parents, So to speak if you parents are both German, obviously with a German surname and dating back at least five generations, than the child is German. Even if he\she was born out of Germany.

In other cases if one’s mother is a different nationality from the father (or vice verse ) the child will be half and half (Example: Half British and Half German). Read the full article.. https://emanwcross.wordpress.com/2016/03/06/what-is-nationality/
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« Reply #1 on: May 27, 2016, 06:25:47 PM »

https://emanwcross.net/2016/03/06/what-is-nationality/

What is Nationality?

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What defines one’s nationality?

This is a bit of a hot subject, but if one thinks enough about one will come to an obvious conclusion. Many people nowadays thinks that one’s nationality depends on his\her place of birth. Whoever ends in that kind of conclusion is idiotically wrong. One’s nationality actually depends on your parents, So to speak if you parents are both German, obviously with a German surname and dating back at least five generations, than the child is German. Even if he\she was born out of Germany.

In other cases if one’s mother is a different nationality from the father (or vice verse ) the child will be half and half (Example: Half British and Half German).
Some people even think that you nationality depends on the country you were brought up in, but that is another idiotic conclusion.
To prove right this argument, if an African was born in Germany and brought up in Germany, does that make him German? Obviously, the answer is no.
Although he was brought up in a German culture, genetically he’s not German.

To conclude, one’s nationality depends on his genetics. Not where he was born or brought up in and not even his citizenship. But only his genetics determine one’s nationality.
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