Today’s doofus is from Switzerland.
Nancy Holten, 42, moved to Switzerland from the Netherlands when she was eight years old and now has children who are Swiss nationals.
However, when she tried to get a Swiss passport for herself, residents of Gipf-Oberfrick in the canton of Aargau rejected her application.
Ms Holten, a vegan and animal rights activist, has campaigned against the use of cowbells in the village and her actions have annoyed the locals.
The resident’s committee argued that if she does not accept Swiss traditions and the Swiss way of life, she should not be able to become an official national.
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Ms Holten … has also campaigned against a number of other Swiss traditions like hunting, pig races and the noisy church bells in town.
She was previously rejected for citizenship in 2015 after residents voted to block her initial application.
There’s more at the link.
Can’t see a problem here. If you clearly don’t fit in to the local community, why should they want to recognize you officially as a part of themselves? Wouldn’t it make more sense to go to a community where you fit in better?
(Yes, that applies to the current ‘refugee’ crisis in Europe and the illegal alien crisis in the USA, as well – and no, the fact that you fit into a US neighborhood that’s teeming with illegal aliens is no reason to legalize your presence, much less grant you a path to citizenship!)