The National Society of Natural-Born Citizens of the United States

MEMBERSHIP under the Law

                             Who is a Natural Born Citizen?


     If membership in The National Society of Natural-Born Citizens of the United States was open for applications, membership would be limited to the definition established by the original and organic law of the Constitution of the United States.  The Constitution is very clear and easy to understand when examined by any knowledgeable and logical thinking educated person.  Knowledge of English law is unnecessary and primrily used to confuse, distort and defraud the average person.  Elected and appointed officials are also defrauded so Electoral votes for a person not eligible to the Office of President of the United States would be accepted contrary to the Twelfth Amendment.  Only a person who has the Law of the Constitution can be a "natural born citizen."  Political correctness is not law and in the absence of Constitutional Amendments to provide the law necessary, only the following description can identify a Natural Born Citizen.


     A "natural born citizen" is a person of the masculine gender, of the Caucasian (European) Race, born of a father and a mother of the Caucasian Race who are citizens of the United States.  The citizenship of the parents cannot have been acquired by Naturalization.  Naturalization is a method of changing status from allegiance to a Nation other than the United States, to allegiance to the United States.  A natural born citizen's birth can take place at any location, because at birth, a child is born into the allegiance of the parents, not to any nation the parents are current and temporary inhabitants of.

 

     In the absence of a Constitutional Amendment, a person of the feminine gender is not a natural born citizen and is not eligible to the Office of President of the United States.

 

     In the absence of a Constitutional Amendment, a person of the neuter gender is not a natural born citizen and is not eligible to the Office of President of the United States.

 

     In the absence of a Constitutional Amendment, a person of the American Indian Race is not a natural born citizen and is not eligible to the Office of President of the United States.

 

     In the absence of a Constitutional Amendment, a person of the Ethiopian or African Race is not a natural born citizen and is not eligible to the Office of President of the United States.

 

     In the absence of a Constitutional Amendment, a person of the Mongolian Race is not a natural born citizen and is not eligible to the Office of President of the United States.

 

     In the absence of a Constitutional Amendment, a person of the Malayan Race is not a natural born citizen and is not eligible to the Office of President of the United States.

 

     In the absence of a Constitutional Amendment, any person not included in the Constitutional definition of "natural born citizen" is not eligible to the Office of President of the United States.