free login free spins no deposit mobile casino_bwin football_royal panda live chat ACCESS ALL AREAS Mon, 20 Feb 2017 01:08:11 +0000 hourly 1 By: Mike Gogulski Thu, 13 Jan 2011 13:44:32 +0000 /bfd/?p=1227#comment-38717 @HC: The US is not a state party to the treaty on statelessness which bans signatories from accepting a national’s renunciation if they do not already have citizenship of another country. Thus, they simply followed the law in the Immigration and Nationality Act.

I was and still am a resident of Slovakia on a temporary residence permit. In 2013, I should be able to convert this to a permanent residence.

By: HC Thu, 13 Jan 2011 11:51:56 +0000 /bfd/?p=1227#comment-38708 How on earth did the US Embassy allow you to renounce your US citizenship, when you will be rendered stateless?

Were you a permanent resident? (where you currently live)

Thanks. Please reply.

By: Mike Gogulski Wed, 07 Jul 2010 18:33:12 +0000 /bfd/?p=1227#comment-9782 @Mike: Pure convenience. The Schengen area might be a comfy cage to live in, but visa-free travel to many places outside it would be a plus.

By: Mike Wed, 07 Jul 2010 16:23:00 +0000 /bfd/?p=1227#comment-9777 Hi Mike,

Why would you want Slovak citizenship, or any other citizenship?

Every country is the same.

What I mean is that people at any country are mostly unaware of most shit done by their governments, the only difference is in the scale – dependent on the size of the country.

Politics is a dirty business and can be done only by dirty people, other would simply fail.

So why would you associate with it again?

By: baliheart Thu, 17 Jun 2010 10:18:54 +0000 /bfd/?p=1227#comment-9338 there is a company in guatemala that sells legal african passports that allow u to be a national for a prescribed period of time or other countries that allow immediate permenante residence along with travel docs of course all for a fee usually for $5,000 …panama is one that offers immediate docs for purchases of property …in any case the point is there is a whole economy and world out there which deals in individuals who want to legally hide there identities or simply want to creat a new one…us citizens are so brainwashed into thinking that no alternatives exist

By: Mike Gogulski Sat, 12 Dec 2009 00:25:15 +0000 /bfd/?p=1227#comment-4368 Hello, Shagy,

Well, I might get a citizenship (probably Slovakia) at some point, for convenience.

How did you become stateless?

By: shagy Sat, 12 Dec 2009 00:14:48 +0000 /bfd/?p=1227#comment-4367 Hi Mike! So could u get ur citizenship.
I am a stateless too. I never had a citizenship and I suffered alot coz of this. Finaly I could come to EU and hope here I will get citizenship after 5 years. Trying to get a legal residence at least.
Good Luck

By: Mike Gogulski Mon, 26 Oct 2009 01:19:35 +0000 /bfd/?p=1227#comment-3928 @Outlaw: Delightful! thanks both for doing that, and for stopping by ??

By: outlaw Sun, 25 Oct 2009 03:02:07 +0000 /bfd/?p=1227#comment-3926 Mike, I blasted your reading of the new libertarian manifesto all over the airwaves…go to my site to hear it…be well

By: Mike Gogulski Fri, 30 Jan 2009 19:21:45 +0000 /bfd/?p=1227#comment-1822 @Haas: Don’t let the bastards get you down. Thought about starting your own business?

Norwalk, eh? I nearly bought a condo there once. Glad I didn’t; I really had no love for the town.

There’s a book that I keep on my LibraryThing list in the sidebar here called “Shattered Lives”, which details a number of personal stories of tragedy from America’s War on (Some) Drugs. Back in 1999, with the help of the author, I and a friend put together an exhibition at New Haven’s public library that put faces and personal stories to people like you, caught up in the nanny state’s net and having their lives ruined by the drug warriors. It was quite a thing to survey the photographs of 100 families blown apart by these needless arrests and prosecutions, and something altogether more horrible to realize that number could be multiplied by any you’d care to think of, and there’d still be more. The even deeper tragedy, of course, is that few really care.

Good luck.