Nomads absolute have a country. They share it, to be sure, but it's still their's as much as the next guy's.
From the definition: "Nomads, move periodically or cyclically, usually returning to their original location at various times."
You can't simply take over each location on their route and put up 'This is Mine!', 'Not Here', 'Go Away' signs, and still expect to be just. Unless, of course, you are fine if someone evicts you from your hotel room. Snatches the title of your holiday timeshare. Takes over the cloud services you paid for, moving the pitiful remnants of your data into a purpose-built 80386/300 MB 'reservation' (that's what the policy of Indian Removal was).