Dual Loyalties are a disqualification for a Natural Born Citizen

 

Natural Born Citizens do not have multiple Loyalties nor Claims, a natural born citizen has only one loyalty and one claim. The follow countries have claim or had claim over the allegiance of Barack Hussein Obama, II

 

  • United Kingdom
  • Kenya
  • Indonesia

 

The founding fathers were without exception against dual loyalties for citizens, as can be seen in all of our laws up to 1965, then the Supreme Court in a 5-4 split decision overturned 200 years of tradition, and American common law. There has never been one ruling on a dual citizen holding the office of President of the United States.

 

Here are the facts. No treaty between the United States and the United Kingdom, including the Treaty of Paris, which ended the War of Independence or Treaty of Ghent, which ended the War of 1812, that does not relinquish any current or future claim the Crown may have over the children of British Subjects born in the United States. In fact, the English negotiator for the Treaty of Paris, David Hartley wants to make Americans and Englishmen dual citizens, “Neither shall the independence of the United States be construed any further than as independence, absolute and unlimited, in matters of government, as well as commerce. Not into alienation, and therefore the subjects of his Britannic majesty and the citizens of the United States shall mutually be considered as natural born subjects, and enjoy all rights and privileges as such in the respective dominions and territories in the manner heretofore accustomed. 

 

The following countries either have or could have a claim on allegiance and loyalties from Barack Hussein Obama, II as a citizen or subject.

 

 

The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

 

 

The British Nationality Act of 1948, which was the law of the United Kingdom at the time of Obama’s birth, makes claim to both Obama Senior and Junior as subjects of the Crown.

 

Furthermore, the British Nationality Act 1948 established the status of "Citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies" (CUKC), the national citizenship of the United Kingdom and those places that were still British colonies on 1 January 1949, when the 1948 Act came into force.

 

This same act gave his son, Barack Hussein Obama, II British Citizenship.

 

Barack Hussein Obama, Snr. Entered the United States of America under a British passport. Not a Kenyan passport, for Kenya was not an independent nation until December 12, 1963.

 

Under Section 5 of the Act, citizenship is passed from father to child.

 

 

5. (1) Subject to the provisions of this section, a person born after the commencement of this Act shall be a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by descent if his father is a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies at the time of the birth:

 

 

Provided that if the father of such a person is a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by descent only, that person shall not be a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies by virtue of this section unless—

 

(a)   that person is born or his father was born in a protectorate, protected state, mandated territory or trust territory or any place in a foreign country where by treaty, capitulation, grant, usage, sufferance, or other lawful means, His Majesty then has or had jurisdiction over British subjects; or

 

Note: Barack Hussien Obama, Snr. was in fact born in Kenya a British Protectorate and crown colony.  At one time Hawaii was a British Protectorate, (1794–1843), in which the British Crown had jurisdiction of British Subjects. If you have any doubts please look at the flag of Hawaii. Either of these provisions fulfills the requirements of subsection 5 of the British Nationality Act. Regardless if his birthplace was Kenya or Hawaii Barack Hussein Obama, II is a British Subject. His father’s birth in a British Protectorate or his birth (if in Hawaii) was in a British Protectorate.  

 

(b)   that person's birth having occurred in a place in a foreign country other than a place such as is mentioned in the last foregoing paragraph, the birth is registered at a United Kingdom consulate within one year of its occurrence, or, with the permission of the Secretary of State, later; or

 

Note: Barack Hussein Obama’s status as a British Subject at birth has been fulfilled in paragraph (a) above. The fact that he was born in a foreign country is overruled by the fact that Hawaii was a Protectorate of Great Britain, places his birth place under subsection (a) and not subsection (b). 

 

(c)    that person's father is, at the time of the birth, in Crown service under His Majesty's government in the United Kingdom; or

 

Note: Not needed, Barack Hussein Obama’s status as a British Subject at birth has been fulfilled in paragraph (a) above.

 

(d) that person is born in any country mentioned in subsection (3) of section one of this Act in which a citizenship law has then taken effect and does not become a citizen thereof on birth.

 

Section 1, Subsection (3)

 

The following are the countries hereinbefore referred to, that is to say, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of South Africa, Newfoundland, India, Pakistan, Southern Rhodesia and Ceylon.

 

Note: Neither Kenya or Hawaii are listed in subsection (3) of Section 1 of the above Act, therefore there is no disqualification of British citizenship.

 

The result of the British Nationality Act of 1948, gave Barack Hussein Obama, II British Citizenship at birth. This is not a type of citizenship that expired with his 21st birthday, nor is it one that he had to be registered for in a specified period of time. Barack Hussein Obama, II is in the words of Blackstone, a natural-born subject of the United Kingdom. 

 

Kenya

Further more, Barack Hussein Obama, II was claimed as a Kenyan citizen on December 12, 1963, by virtue of his father in accordance to Chapter VI, Section 87, subsection (2) of the Kenyan Constitution.

 

87. Persons who became citizens on 12th December, 1963

 

(1)   Every person who, having been born in Kenya, is on llth December. 1963 a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies or a British protected person shall become a citizen of Kenya on 12th December, 1963:

 

(2)   Every person who, having been born outside Kenya. is on llth December, 1963 a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies or a British protected person shall. if his father becomes. or would but for his death have become, a citizen of Kenya by virtue of subsection (1). become a citizen of Kenya on 12th December. 1963.

 

Note: There is no doubt that Barack Hussein Obama, Snr. had Kenyan Citizenship on  12th December, 1963. There is no doubt that on 12th December, 1963 Barack Hussein Obama, II received Kenyan citizenship.

 

Furthermore the Kenyan Constitution does not require that Obama, II personally claim this citizenship himself, it can be done by his father when he was under 21 years of age, which is under Section 92, subsection 2 of Chapter VI of the Kenyan Constitution. 

 

92. Persons eligible to be registered as Kenya citizens

 

(2) A person shall be eligible. upon making application in such manner as may be prescribed by or under an Act of Parliament. to be registered as a citizen of Kenya if. at the date of his application, one of his parents is a citizen of Kenya. and the Minister may cause any such person who so applies to be so registered:

 

Provided that a person who has not attained the age of twenty-one years (other than a woman who is or has been married) may not himself make an application under this subsection, but an application may be made on his behalf by his parent or guardian.

 

Note: It is not necessary for Barack Hussein Obama, II to apply for citizenship personally. His father could have done this for him, and could have been the reason for his father’s visit in 1971 to Hawaii. If this is true it happened before his 21st birthday.

 

Under Kenyan Law this is also codified in Section 4 of Chapter 170, December 12, 1963.

 

Chapter 170, the Kenya Citizenship Act.

 

Registration of minors. 

 

4. (1) The Minister may cause the minor child of any citizen of Kenya to be registered as a citizen of Kenya upon application made in the prescribed manner by a parent or guardian of the child.

 

Below is the form necessary for Barack Hussein Obama, Snr. needed to file.

 

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION AS A CITIZEN OF KENYA OF A MINOR CHILD

Under Section 4 (1) or section 4 (2) of the Act

 

PART 1 – APPLICATION


[Complete either (a), (b) or (c) of this portion of the application and delete whichever sections are inappropriate]


1. (a) The parent who is a Citizen of Kenya;
I ……………………………………………………………………….of ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………am a citizen of Kenya and a parent of ………...........
……………………………………………………………..to whom the following particulars relate. I hereby apply on behalf of my child for *his/her registration as a citizen of Kenya.

(b) The parent who is not a Citizen of Kenya:

[Complete either (i), (ii) or (iii) as applicable.]

I ………………………………………of ......................................................……………….am a parent of ……………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………..

to whom the following particulars relate and am –

(i) A Common wealth citizen of ……………………………………….....
…………………………………………………………………………
(ii) A British protected person of ……………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………
(iii) A national of …………………………………………………….
………………………………………………………………………......................................................................................................
and i hereby apply on behalf of ....................................................................
for *his/her registration as a citizen of Kenya.


(c) The Guardian:
I …………………………………………………………………of ……………………………………………………………………am the *natural/appointed guardian of ……………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………to whom the following particulars relate, *who has no living parent/whose parent or parents are living and resident in …………………
…………………………………………………………………………….. I am duly authorized by the court or by the minor child’s father (or mother in the event of his death) whose consent is attached, and I hereby apply on behalf of …………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………..for *his /her registration as a citizen of Kenya.

Dated this ………………………………day of ……………….19………

……………………………..

Signature.

 

*Delete as applicable.

 

PART II – PARTICULARS OF MINOR CHILD


2. Full name ……………………………………………………………

3. Place and date of birth ………………………………………………

4. Present address ……………………………………………………...

5. Occupation ………………………………………………………….

6. Nationality at birth …………………………………………………….

7. Present nationality if now different………………….………………...

8. If now of no nationality, give circumstances in which lost …………………………………………………………………………
9. Father’s full name and address (if living) ………………..
……………………………………………………………………..
10. Father’s nationality ……………………………………………….....
(If dead, give nationality at time of death.)

11. Mother’s full name and address (if living) ……………………………
…………………………………………………………………………
12. Mother’s nationality …………………………………………………
(If death, give nationality at time of death.)

13. Give details of the minor child’s residence in Kenya and other countries, since birth :-

Kenya with Addresses From (Date) To (Date) Years Months

Other countries:

14. The minor’s knowledge of *Swahili/English is *slight/fair/ good/excellent ……………………………………………………………………………...

15. If married, give husband’s full names or wife’s full names before marriage and nationality or citizenship …………………………………
……………………………………………………………………………………

16. If husband or wife is dead, give pale and date of death ………………
……………………………………………………………………………………

17. If marriage has been dissolved, give place and date of dissolution ……
……………………………………………………………………………………..

18. Approximate date of any previous application for naturalization or registration ………………………………………………………………………....

 

PART III – CERTIFICATES OF SPONSORS

 

19. I …………………………………………………………………of …………………………………………………………being a citizen of Kenya, otherwise than by naturalization, hereby certify that the minor on whose behalf this application is made is a person known to me and of good character, that in my opinion he would be a suitable citizen of Kenya and that the particulars in part II of this application are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. I am not the solicitor or agent of the applicant, and I have known *him/her for ……………………………………………years.

Dated this ………………………………..day of ………….19…………

……………………………… ………………………………

Witness to Signature. Signature of Sponsor.

(Note. - The sponsor in the case of this paragraph must be a senior Government officer, Advocate, Bank Officer, Magistrate, Mayor, member of a Municipal Council, or member of the National Assembly, who is himself a citizen of Kenya.)

20. I …………………………………………………………….of
………………………………………………………………………..being a citizen of Kenya, otherwise than by naturalization, hereby certify that the minor on whose on whose behalf this application is made is a person known to me and of good character, that in my opinion he would be a suitable citizen of Kenya and that the particulars in part II of this application are correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. I am not the solicitor or agent of the applicant and I have known *him/her for ………………………..years.

Dated this ………………………………..day of ………….19…………

……………………………… ………………………………

Witness to Signature. Signature of Sponsor.

(Note; - The sponsor in the case of this paragraph need not be in the case mentioned in the note to paragraph 19.)

 

PART IV – DECLARATION BY PARENT OR GUARDIAN


21. I ……………………………………………………………….do
Solemnly and sincerely declare that to the best of my knowledge and belief the particulars stated in part II of this application are true. I undertake to inform the principal immigration officer, Nairobi immediately if before the registration now applied for is effected the particulars given above required amendment in consequence of any change in the circumstances of the minor child.

……………………….

Signature

Declared at ……………………………………….this …………….day of ……………………19 ……………………

………………………………

Signature.


..........................................
*(Magistrate/Commissioner
for oaths.)

 

*Delete as applicable.

 

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY


Documents produced:-

Passport No ……………………………………………………………
Birth Certificate No …………………………………………………...
Parent’s passport No ……………………………………………………
Parent’s Citizenship form No ……………………………………………..

FORM I

 

CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION


THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT …………………………………….....
……………………………………………………………………..HAS TODAY BEEN REGISTERED AS A CITIZEN OF KENYA UNDER SECTION………... ……..OF THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA/THE KENYA CITIZENSHIP ACT.

……………………………….

Registering Officer,


Date ……………………………

Fees: Sh ……………………….. Receipt No ……………………

FORM J

 

 

The declaration of by his father does

 

Chapter 170, the Kenya Citizenship Act.

 

Effect of registration as a citizen. 

 

5. A person registered as a citizen under section 3 or section 4 shall become a citizen of Kenya by registration on the date on which he is registered:

Provided that -

(i) Where a person of full age who is registered as a citizen under this Act fails to renounce the nationality or citizenship of any country other than Kenya and to take an oath of allegiance in the form specified in the First Schedule, and to provide evidence thereof to such person as the Minister may appoint in that behalf, within twenty-eight days of being so registered as a citizen, or such further time as the Minister or such appointed person may allow, his registration shall be cancelled and he shall be deemed never to have been so registered;

 

(ii) Where any person who, not being able to renounce his citizenship of some other country, is registered as a citizen of Kenya after making the declaration prescribed by section 11, and is, thereafter, able to renounce such first-mentioned citizenship, the Minister may require him to renounce such first-mentioned citizenship; and if such person fails to do so, within the period (not being less than twenty-eight days) specified by the Minister, his registration may be cancelled.

 

Note: The Minister may require the Kenyan Citizen, relies upon the word may and not shall. There is no absolutes that a Kenyan cannot hold dual citizenship. See more detail below.

 

Chapter 170, the Kenya Citizenship Act.

 

Renunciation of citizenship of other countries and declarations relating to residence.

 

11. (1) Where, under the citizenship provisions of the Constitution or the foregoing provisions of this Act, a person is required to renounce the nationality or citizenship of any country other than Kenya and the law of such other country makes no provision for the renunciation of nationality or citizenship, such person shall make the appropriate declaration specified in the Second Schedule to this Act; and a person who makes such declaration shall, subject to the second proviso to section 5 of this Act, be treated as having complied with any such requirement.

 

(2) Where, under the citizenship provisions of the Constitution, a person is required to make any declaration of his intentions concerning residence, he shall make a declaration in the form specified in the Third Schedule, with such variations as the circumstances of the case require, and the Minister accepts.

 

While many believe that Kenya does not allow dual citizenship, this is not true. Dual Citizenship may be held by an act of the Kenyan Parliament, which they did address in the above act Section 18, also on December 12, 1963.  Section 97 of the Kenyan Constitution concerns Dual Citizenship.   

 

97. Dual citizenship

 

1.       A person who, upon the attainment of the age of twenty-one years, is a citizen of Kenya and also a citizen of some country other than Kenya shall, subject to subsection (7), cease to be a citizen of Kenya upon the specified date unless he has renounced his citizenship of that other country, taken the oath of allegiance and, in the case of a person who was born outside Kenya. made and registered such declaration of his intentions concerning residence as may be prescribed by or under an Act of Parliament.

 

Note: This section does not require that Barack Hussein Obama, II renounce his citizen at a US Embassy or Consulate, nor do the laws of the Kenyan Parliament. Presented at the end of this section on Kenyan claim are the three forms, that Barack Hussein Obama, II would need to fill out the form below to keep his Kenyan Citizenship while retaining his US Citizenship.

 

2.       A person who

a.       has attained the age of twenty-one years before 12th December, 1963; and

b.       becomes a citizen of Kenya on that day by virtue of section 87; and

c.       is immediately after that day also a citizen of some country other than Kenya.

 

shall subject to subsection (7), cease to be a citizen of Kenya upon the specified date unless he has renounced his citizenship of that other country. taken the oath of allegiance and. in the case of a person who is a citizen of Kenya by virtue of section 87 (2), made and registered such declaration of his intentions concerning residence as may be prescribed by or under an Act of Parliament.

 

Note: This subsection does not affect Barack Hussein Obama, II. Since he was under 21 on 12 December, 1963

 

3.       A citizen of Kenya shall, subject to subsection (7). cease to be such a citizen if-

a.       having attained the age of twenty-one years, he acquires the citizenship of some country other than Kenya by voluntary act (other than marriage); or

b.      having attained the age of twenty-one years. he otherwise acquires the citizenship of some country other than Kenya and has not. by the specified date. renounced his citizenship of that other country, taken the oath of allegiance and made and registered such declaration of his intentions concerning residence as may be prescribed by or under an Act of Parliament.

 

Note: This subsection does have an act of Parliament. Chapter 170, Section 18 which is presented below.

 

CHAPTER 170 - Kenya Citizenship Act

 

18. The specified date for the purposes of subsection (6) of section 97 of the Constitution in relation to any person who is of unsound mind during any period commencing-

(a) on the date on which he attains twenty-one years of age; or

(b) on the date on which, having first attained the age of twenty-one years or, in the case of a woman, having first married, he acquires the citizenship of some country other than Kenya otherwise than in the circumstances described in subsection (3) (a) of the said section,

and ending on the date declared to be the specified date by subsection (6) of that section, shall be the first anniversary of the date on which such person ceases to be of unsound mind; and where before the first anniversary of that date, or any later date which may be taken for the purpose under the succeeding provisions of this subsection, such person again becomes of unsound mind, the specified date shall be the first anniversary of the date on which he subsequently ceases to be of unsound mind.

 

(2) The Minister, or any public officer authorized in that behalf by the Minister, may, in any case in which he is satisfied that a person to whom subsection (6) of section 97 of the Constitution refers is, by reason of any circumstances not attributable to such person's default or neglect, unable to renounce his citizenship of some country other than Kenya or take the oath of allegiance, or to make or register any such declaration as is specified in the Fourth Schedule to this Act, within the time prescribed in relation to that person in the said subsection, or any later date declared under this subsection, declare that the specified date in relation to that person shall be such later date as will permit that person an opportunity of doing all such acts, or all such acts as remain to be done:

 

Note: The above subsection does in fact allow a person to remain a citizen of one country while not loosing their Kenyan citizenship. All that was required was that Obama II, take the oath at a time he was able to. That time could have been in 1983. A little known fact published in the article “Kenya: Special Report: Sleepy Little Village Where Obama Traces His Own Roots by the AllAfrica News  on August 15, 2004 and recently by Xinhua News Agency, which published the article Kenyans celebrate Obama's inauguration on January 21, 2009 both places Obama in Kenya in 1983.

 

Provided that nothing in this subsection shall confer on the Minister or any such authorized officer power to make any such declaration in relation to any such person after he has ceased to be a citizen of Kenya.

 

Below are the three forms Barak Hussein Obama, II would have needed to file in order to retain his Kenyan citizenship. As  you can see there is no requirement for him to prove he renounced his US Citizenship in front of a US Consular Officer as required under US Law. It is not only possible, but when the true stature of his father political connections in Kenya comes to light it is also very plausible.

 

FIRST SCHEDULE

OATH OF ALLEGIANCE

 (s. 3 (2)


I …………………………………………….do swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to the Republic of Kenya and that I will support and uphold the Constitution of  Kenya as by law  established.

SO HELP ME GOD

 

 

SECOND SCHEDULE                        

 (S. 11 (1)

DECLARATION CONCERNING CITIZENSHIP
(Under section 12 of the Constitution)


I …………………………….. (Full name in block capitals) do solemnly and sincerely declare:-

1. That I was born at ……………………………………………………………in ……………………………………………………………….(insert name of country)  and am of or over the age of 21 years.

2. That I am a citizen of Kenya by *birth/descent/registration/naturalization and am also a national of …………………………………………………. (Insert name of country) by *birth/descent/registration/naturalization/marriage.

3. That as I am desirous of retaining my status as a citizen of Kenya, I hereby renounce so far as it lies within my power my status as a citizen/national of …………………………………………..(insert name of country) and any claim I have to protection of that country.

………………………………………..
Signature of Applicant.


Declared at …………………this …………day of ………………..19 ………………..before me.

……………………………………
*Magistrate/Commissioner for Oaths.

 

 

THIRD SCHEDULE

(S. 11 (2)

DECLARATION CONCERNING RESIDENCE

(Under section 12 of the Constitution)


 I, …………………………………………………of …………………….do                               solemnly and sincerely declare:-
*1.    That so far as it lies within my power, I have renounced my citizenship/nationality of ………………………….. (Insert name of country) and intend to reside permanently in Kenya if permitted.

*2.    That although I have renounced my citizenship/nationality of ……………….. (Insert name of country) and intend my domicile of choice to be Kenya, it may be necessary in the course of my employment as ………………. /as self-employed to be absent from time to time from Kenya.

………………………………………..
Signature of Applicant.


Declared at …………………this …………day of ………………..19 ………………..

……………………………………
*Magistrate/Commissioner for Oaths.

 

*Delete paragraphs or words not applicable.

Information shows that Barack Hussein Obama, Snr. at the time of his death was a senior and respected member of the Kenyan government. His political patrons included the current President, former Foreign, Education and Economic Ministers. That hundreds of senior politicians and friends attended his emotional burial in 1982. This information is contained in an article published on November 21, 2008  by PoliticalArticles.net in the article “Obama’s dad and his many loves.”

This seems a very strange honor for a disgraced bureaucrat to receive. It is only after Obama Jr. won the election these facts are coming to light. Barack Hussein Obama, II lied to the people of the United States about the condition of his father, Barack Hussein Obama, Snr.

 

Unknown to Americans is that his father was sacked I July of 1969, for protesting the assassination of his friend, mentor and benefactor Tom Mboya.  In fact Kennedy had nothing to do with Obama Sr. coming to the US, it was Mboya  who arraigned the flights and put Barack Hussein Obama Sr. on the short list. Obama Sr.  Obama Sr. career was rescued by none other than the current Kenyan President Kibaki when he was made a Senior Economist for the Ministry of Finance. 

 

Obama had access to top civil servants and business executives who treated him as one of their own. This can account for how a supposedly disgraced public servant who lost his job in 1969 could afford to fly to Hawaii two years later and spend a month visiting his ten-year-old son. Further investigation into the history of Barack Hussein Obama, II shows that his paternal grandfather Hussein Onyango Obama, also lead a distinguished life in the Kenyan independence movement called the Mau Mau Revolt. During this time, he was imprisoned and allegedly tortured by the British, as was the first President of Kenya Jomo Kenyatta.  It was the Kenyatta administration that gave Barack Hussein Obama, Sr. his first official position.

 

Considering the culture and corruption of Kenya, which then Senator Obama denounced, it is both possible and plausible that Barack Hussein Obama, Sr. not only registered his son as a Kenyan citizen, but arraigned with the ministers to allow his son to keep both his US and Kenyan citizen. At the very least the Kenyan government was not obliged to have Barack Hussein Obama, II formally renounce his US citizenship, and simply required him to take the oath of allegiance.   Now that his paternal cousin and Luo tribal kinsman Riala Odinga, is in a position of immense power in Kenya, America will never know with certainty because the Kenyan government has sealed all records concerning one Barack Hussein Obama, II. Which leads to the final observation that makes this assertion that Barack Hussein Obama, II continues to hold Kenyan citizenship is both plausible and creditable, if there are no official records concerning  Barack Hussein Obama, II as there should be none then why were they sealed by the Kenyan government.

 

 

Indonesia

 

 

There is prima facie evidence that Barack Hussein Obama, II has at one time held Indonesian citizenship. This Indonesian citizenship came about by adoption. Lolo Soetoro was married to  Stanley Ann Dunham Obama in 1966 and moved to Indonesia with then 5 year old Barry.

 

Lolo Soetoro officially acknowledged Barry Soetoro as his son, at the Fransiskus Assisi school in Jakarta, Indonesia when he registered him for school. After which he attended Indonesian Public Schools. Education in Indonesia was a privilege reserved for citizens only. Indonesia does not require formal adoption procedures in the legal sense for a citizen who married a foreign with children, a declaration was sufficient.

 

Indonesian law did not recognize dual citizenships for children until 2006, when it changed its laws. This would have meant that Barry Soetoro would have lost his American citizenship and would have needed to reclaim it upon his 18th birthday.

 

For a minimum of 6 years Indonesia had claim to the loyalty of Barack Hussein Obama, II while he used the name Barry Soetoro.

 

There is little doubt that under the laws of Indonesia at the time Barry Soetoro (aka Barack Hussein Obama, II) had Indonesian citizenship from approximately 1966 to 1979. It is unknown if this citizen survived past 1979, but there is speculation that it did. If it did, then there is little doubt that by action in accordance to the laws of the United States of America he voluntarily forfeited his United States citizenship.