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You cannot serve two masters. If you're a US citizen AND an agent for a foreign government shouldn't you lose your citizenship?

If you are getting paid big bucks to service another country's best interests you can't be trusted because you will use the US merely as a tool to enhance your service to the foreigners. No brainer. No exceptions. There is no VALID LOGICAL SUPPORTABLE reason to be an agent for a foreign country. You're just gonna milk the US for all it's worth to procure whatever needs procuring for the country whose dole you're on.

Posted - November 14, 2017


  • No.  At least not for natural born citizens.  On it's surface it sounds logical but the reality is there is no gain doing so.  They can be punished and incarcerated all the same and arguably with less distractions and hiccups if they are revoked of citizenship and allowing the government the ability and right to revoke the citizenship of natural born citizens makes it way too easy for a corrupt government to silence and hold power over any and all dissent towards it. We would all be living our lives afraid of breaking from the staus-quo over having no promise of remaining citizens and having it dangled over our head like a favorite toy of an annoyingly precocious child.
      November 14, 2017 9:29 AM MST

  • 1233
    Be careful what you wish for. When we crush the globalist left, do you want mercy or to be declared a traitor and stripped of citizenship?

    Your argument makes no sense. To strip someone of citzenship is to release them of any obligation to serve the nation. That is exactly the opposite  of the appropriate response. Traitors should be made to serve for the rest of their lives. 

    No, no when we win, we’re not going let all the communist ****s go. We’re going make them work to further capitalism for the rest of their lives.
      November 14, 2017 11:14 AM MST

  • 13005
    Nice. I bet you wont get a response to that one. LOL ;))
      November 15, 2017 2:08 PM MST

  • 340
    Seem to me if you are an agent for another government (foreign) then you are a traitor. I don't know what they do to traitors now.. they used to hang or shoot them.
      November 14, 2017 12:18 PM MST

  • 54410
    Good point. That's a bit violent though. Just strip them of citizenship and deport them to the country of their ancestors' origin. They will forever be PERSONA NON GRATA. They escape with their lives. Let them become citizens of the country or countries for whom they were an AGENT. That makes more sense to me than pretending to be an American citizen and working AGAINST America. Thank you for your reply Maurice and Happy Wednesday! :)
      November 15, 2017 1:42 AM MST

  • 1481
    Think it through.
    Every country uses foreign agents.
    If you start removing the citizenship of Americans being paid to represent another country - they will do the same to our agents.

    Once more, America is being a whiney little brat ... because it finds itself being treated the same way it treats other nations.
      November 14, 2017 12:29 PM MST