Posted on May 28, 2012 by Petros Posted in Issues regarding US persons abroad 62 Comments Don Whiteley asks what would happen if Kenya emulated the citizenship and taxation policies of the United States: The accidental Kenyan: What would happen if the African nation copied U.S. tax policy? Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading...
Arrow, you’re too modest!
Actually, as I believe I had said before at least once on IBS when we were at .com, Obama regained his Kenyan citizenship after the new Kenyan constitution was voted in 2010. All he has to do is register at a Kenyan consulate, no naturalisation procedure would be required, and he could have a passport.
I see occasional tweets by non Blockers on this article…
That process I just went through, used to show the entire tweet at .com. Is there something new we need to do to make this work at .ca Excuse me while I experiment.
Michelle Crawford @michellecraven
The accidental Kenyan: What if African tax policy copied U.S.’s?http://shar.es/qUSNg via #FATCA
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*This page has now been pulled from the Vancouver Sun site. Wouldn’t have anything to do with an election would it?
*Does anyone have a way of posting this article on this website as it’s no longer on the Sun’s site? Don Whitely? Thank you.
looks like it was replaced with the National Geographic special upon how Obama saved the day and rescued Osama Bin Laden in Pakistan
@anyone: We’ve posted it here with the author’s permission:
It is normal practice for German and other European television stations to play Michael Moore films on the eve of election night so as to celebrate anti-conservatism
*Thank you Petros.
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