Today's Globalists see themselves as the kings of empires, like those of old.
Via "English Monarchs": "When Britain's last Stuart monarch, Queen Anne died in 1714, the crown of England passed by the 1701 Act of Setttlement to the Stuart dynasty's German Protestant cousin, House of Hanover's King George I, who was actually 52nd in line to the throne at that time. The Act effectively excluded the hereditary Stuart heir, James II's Catholic son, James Francis Edward Stuart, thereafter referred to as the 'Old Pretender'. "Infogalactic shows why German-born King-of-England George 1st's granddaughter Queen Victoria was nicknamed "Grandmother of Europe":
"The royal descendants of Queen Victoria (Queen of the United Kingdom) and of Christian IX (King of Denmark) currently occupy the thrones of Belgium, Denmark, Luxemburg, Norway, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom. At the outbreak of the First World War their grandchildren occupied the thrones of Denmark, Greece, Norway, Germany, Romania, Russia, Spain and the United Kingdom."
In an off-topic discussion over at Tony Heller's Real Climate Science blog, there's debate about Malik Obama's tweet of a purported Kenyan birth certificate, and some say it's time to drop those unanswered questions.
But the question of President Obama's potential "dual citizenship" is still relevant for future candidates - because the situation above is still a potential danger to US sovereignty. Remember: even the so-called "conservatives" tried to foist a man with dual (or triple) citizenship on the GOP this past election. Ted Cruz - who is our Senator, and we voted for him for the Senate - is supposed to be a champion of the Constitution, but he didn't bother to mention his divided loyalties while running for Senate, and blew it off when he was pushed into running for President.
Our elected offices around the country are peppered with people who hold dual citizenship in other nations, including Mexico. The State Dept in recent history has refused to demand new citizens repudiate their citizenship in their home country, thus leaving it up to the individual to determine their loyalties.
Even Michelle Bachman didn't mention her dual citizenship during her campaign until after she had dropped out of the race, when it came up in an interview on a Swiss TV station (!) - and the US news media blew it off just like she did, despite the aggression with which they otherwise attacked her. Why? Because the globalists do not want that to enter the radar of consciousness for Americans.
The globalist elites collect passports the way the European royal families of old collected cousins.
The authors of the US Constitution were tired of having the British government led by people who were also loyal to Berlin or Amsterdam or Paris or Madrid or St Petersburg.
To stop the insanity, Nationalism must also restore the legal value of citizenship in a single nation, and must reject those who divide their house.