Notice/Update: A regular reader claims the man in the video is wrong. That reader wrote this guest post, published last month.
I think this man gets a lot of this genre right.
I like how he refers to himself as a national. I wrote about this before that news articles about people from other countries refers to those people as ‘nationals’ of their country. Examples such as ‘Chinese national’ or ‘French national’. I am American national or even a national of my home (nation) state, one of the 50 united states. I guess I would say I’m an American national and a state citizen of my state. But really American national has no meaning when I’m within my state or one of the 50 states. I think American national only applies when I’m abroad because the states may always intercourse with other (nation) states via USofA.
So the net is that I’m a state citizen. That also means I’m an American national.
Here’s the video:
Rebuttal from a reader/contributor:
The video of the man talking of being a US national is erroneous.
He claims, also, to be a noncitizen national.
A noncitizen national is an American Samoan.
Everything he said in the video is wrong, misleading, and nonsense.