Sure, and six is different than a half dozen.<quoted text>correct, but to be under the jurisdiction is not the same as being subject to the jurisdiction, thereof. Aliens can be under the jurisdiction, but only subject to the jurisdiction when naturalized.(Ref. 14th amend and Naturalization Act of 1790)
"You have dodged this question in the past:
"Is it YOUR contention that an alien may not sue a United States citizen in a U.S. federal court?
"Simple question asking for a YES or a NO."
Your correct answer settles the question.
A federal court cannot proceed with any matter unless it (the United States of America) has jurisdiction over BOTH (ALL) of the parties.
Jurisdiction is the FIRST requirement to be pleaded in any proceeding and it may not waived or conferred by consent.
This has been the case for the past 800-years of this great nation's grand tradition of Anglo-American jurisprudence.