Military People Veteran (102) regains citizenship after 70 years

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He's lucky he's reached this age. Both naturally and due to the number of bombing missions he was involved in, 69 is well above average.

Only took those useless douchebags 8 years to sort out the paperwork :rolleyes:
 

He's lucky he's reached this age. Both naturally and due to the number of bombing missions he was involved in, 69 is well above average.

Only took those useless douchebags 8 years to sort out the paperwork :rolleyes:
Its a bit like wanting butter and jam on both sides of your bread, he was told the possible consequences of his actions while in New Zealand, Laws in general are enacted for the majority of citizens and not the minority's.
 
Its a bit like wanting butter and jam on both sides of your bread, he was told the possible consequences of his actions while in New Zealand, Laws in general are enacted for the majority of citizens and not the minority's.
In the 70 years since he was warned close well over a million Dutch citizens have been born with dual citizenship (predominantly Moroccan and Turkish) or granted it afterwards after coming here as refugees. The only people that were hit by this bureaucratic nonsense were the couple of thousand people that actually contributed something during or shortly after the war.

In theory you are correct, but that's not how the law has been applied. It's habitually disregarded if there is even the slightest risk of being hit with the racism card.
 

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