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Forum Post: Brexit

Posted 7 months ago on July 8, 2019, 9:05 a.m. EST by grapes (5232)
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Scotland seems pretty adamant about staying with the EU. A potential fallout of Brexit may be the subsequent breakup of the UK with Scotland going independent with yet another referendum in order that it can negotiate with and rejoin the EU. The UK should consider the potential impact of Scottish independence sometime after a successful Brexit.



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[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 7 months ago

Guam in relation to the U.S. has a number of similar problems as the U.K. does in relation to the E.U. Mutual learning between Guam and the U.K. about how each other deals with the problems can be beneficial. Guam is relatively close to Hong Kong should the U.S. Military needs to get involved on the far side of 西美盐湖 (the West American Salt Lake. It's inadvisable for anyone to storm Area 51. There are good reasons [for both national and international security] why it needs to be guarded against prying eyes. Exercising clairvoyance, anyone well-versed in the [unclassified] news could have figured them out. What does a dried lakebed offer?) The U.S. has tens of thousands up to a hundred thousand of nationals in Hong Kong to protect, evacuate, or be given the means to defend themselves. Other countries' military forces should get involved, too, for their nationals. Being a global superpower second only to the U.S. in its ability to project power worldwide (isn't it great that the U.S. and the U.K. are now allies? we're not coming to burn 10 Downing Street to get even,) the U.K. needs to assert and enforce what its agreement with Red China says. Red China has already broken the agreement a few times such as rigging the executive's election process with only Beijing-approved candidates.

[-] 1 points by agkaiser (2416) from Fredericksburg, TX 7 months ago

Remember the lost jobs! Invade China!!!

[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 7 months ago

Brexit was here!

UN has a Fuckgina problem, obviously. Our mega-teapee is a godsend. Peppering U.S. bases around Red China with intermediate-range missiles will help stabilize the geopolitical imbalance of power presented by the emergence of the regional hegemon determined to drive the U.S. out from the western Pacific despite the U.S. having rescued it several times before from being carved up among the colonial powers. 养虎为患, 斩草除根。 Building up the U.S. allies' military forces to intervene in Red China in case of a diplomatic breakdown is important. Be prepared, "He who hesitates is lost." It's time to form a Western Pacific Treaty Organization to hold back against the onslaught of Red China. It's not just a "Niggaro" te-a-pee-pee strategy from the Whites' Haus which had to be vented for the king for months before its being re-occupied.

Unfortunately, with our mega-teapee mouthing off, the U.S. wouldn't catch much of the wealth squirting out from Hong Kong soon in an exodus. Canada and Australia are likely beneficiaries because they may accept the born-in-Hong-Kong-under-British-rule immigrants explicitly barred from the U.K. which is of course, as Pootin will surely and gleefully agree, just a few islands off of the coast of continental Europe, so it's easy to view the U.K. as an elderly living-alone babushka. My Mom's trepidation upon discovering my secret micro-submarine base for launching Operation Neighborhood Microvampires made her do "the right things - annexing her cistern and de facto adopting her as our family's Grandma" with our neighborhood "babushka" who later helped our family a lot (twice preventing us from becoming homeless or burnt { it's the reason why we feared neighborhood smokers; } she was our family's "socioeconomic catapult") "in God's mysterious ways." Forget about piling in to live in the "babushka's" little hut next to the bamboo forest and the patch of chrysanthemums by the mountain stream with her cistern (later ours but not mine { likely of Mom's doing, lest I should wield again suckpower worse than Fugushimas } as I was too small to be her water boy!) set to a side of its only door. For the U.K, Whites are preferred! Our mega-teapee prefers the same for the U.S. It's not surprising why Germany was rather muted in its hometown reactions after our 2016 election and wouldn't take him back.

The émigrés from Hong Kong will not only be just the "skilled so-called genius-visa" immigrants occupying jobs. They will be "wealthy" immigrants who have capital and can create jobs (a bit like the post-1949-Revolution Hong Kong's phenomenal growth with much talent flushed out from Red China.) Hong Kong's real estate prices may drop while those of overseas targets of emigration from Hong Kong may rise.

[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 7 months ago

Hong Kong alone by itself cannot be an independent state because it depends on the province of Guangdong for much of its water and/or food. However, Beijing has already alienated many provinces with its heavy-handed seizure of power from local control so it's fairly conceivable that Red China may easily break up into pieces. In which case, Hong Kong will probably do quite well being the most important part (aside from Shenzhen if the U.S. hasn't already bombed it to smithereens for the defense for our nationals there from terrorists, IP or otherwise; there are many U.K. nationals there for the U.K. to protect but the U.K. would rather suck up to the red-dish asshole than protect its nationals; it's why the U.S. needs to lease a military base from Hong Kong for a period sufficient to train Hongkongers to become commandos to rescue the foreign nationals in the future should the need arise; Hong Kong is also close to the submarine base supporting the cockiness of the PLA on immovable aircraft carriers and so-called "civilian fishting [cyberspying guerilla] boats" against US aircraft carrier strike force there) of a new and wealthiest country split from Red China, maybe called 广东国 (the Guangdongkuo.) Another option is for Hong Kong to ally with the U.S. and become a city-state somewhat like Singapore (or a similarly small-scale but wealthy globally aware Qatar { location! location! location! natural gas resource->artificial liquefied natural gas resource in one of the hottest places around, powerful nearing-to-war neighbors making the U.S. Military interested in stationing there to keep peace and thereby the world's economy afloat, connections such as highways, harbors, or airfields to trading and security partners } which knew how to seize "windfall/roadkill" opportunities) with the U.S. assuring the freedom of navigation necessary.

Allying with Taiwan can also be helpful because Taiwan has a strong and ready military force very close by and will certainly empathize with the plight of Hong Kong. Taiwan is slated to follow the footsteps of Hong Kong to go back to integrate with Red China so how it goes with Hong Kong is of intimate concerns to all Taiwanese. However, Taiwan may well fear being militarily invaded by Red China if it should ally with Hong Kong. Ultimately, Hongkongers must look for help from the U.K. (remember the cross of St. George the dragonslayer's? "Celebrated on April 23") because it not only is the second most powerful global superpower but it also has the standing agreement with Red China to enforce.

The U.S. definitely has a case for intervening to protect its numerous nationals in Hong Kong but not an excellent case for "invading China." Possessing the most powerful military force in the world ever {Thanks to our king's long, diligent, incessant, devoted, and dedicated study of the globally revered DPRK classic "Il-Sun's peacekeeping thoughts" which had seized total control of Pootin and Shi as well, the other totalitarian deputies of our king's super-secret triad, the Amero-Eurasian Union,} the U.S. is a powerful grunting bull. Getting a bull into a china shop? Hmm...

Maybe after the U.K. has taken the initiative, it can invite the U.S. to help "stabilize" Hong Kong, a bit like how Russia kept on saying that the Russian forces are legitimately bombing, maiming, and killing in Syria because Assad had invited them in. How did the Iranians get to Syria and Lebanon? At the invitation of Russia, it's "subcontracting," duh! Then the U.S. will have to take over more Chinese provinces such as Guangdong because they will be needed for the stabilization of Hong Kong. The U.S. must bomb the terrorists who attack the U.S. nationals in Red China. Subcontracting to Japan makes sense due to its proximity and historical record of its competent administration of Chinese and Korean territories which gave rise to the industrial might of North Korea. While drawing with his pencil and having made a "mistake," the British kindergartner said, "Give me a rubber." His Japanese classmate replied, "We don't have it -- we are not racist. We go raw with our comfort women. Is it tea time yet?" Their even worldlier American buddy said, "Give him a eraser! You've watched too much hentai, kid. You can't go to the powwow in the 屌撚 teapee. It's reserved for the blood-orange adulterers." I remember my Big Brother asking me to clean the bathtub with ammonia after my bath verifying my Dad's claim of having running hot water in our new home in the U.S. Ammonia works with chlorine bleach better than pee and chlorine bleach in producing nauseous fume made of heavier-than-air toxic chlorine gas. Fire extinguishers were designed for mixing two substances and dispensing the result.

The U.K. might have "thrown a pearl to a sow." Maybe it should have been thrown to a real-estate Mongoloid Trumpanzee developing the tallest hotel in the happiest country in the World. The aroma of a roasted suckling ¿pig? is pleasing to the Lord, so I have read in the Holy Bible. Hmm, are suckling pigs kosher? Hey, Jude!

Although not being kosher, red-colored roasted-pork buns taste great. Red is for witness tampering with the rusty scent of blood so "the volunteer" climbed into the barrel of the cannon to stuff it up to make the buns when it was fired.

[-] 0 points by grapes (5232) 7 months ago

A UK broken up over the economic benefits of a Brexit whose benefits will accrue primarily to England will probably lessen its sway and influence in international affairs. The EU is already troubled by some of its eastern-flank countries' turning towards authoritarianism. We all in the Free World need the UK to be a bulwark for freedom worldwide, especially in nearby continental Europe should the idiots from Eurasia decide to launch a military attack on what they believe to be weakened Western countries. "We dare not tempt them with weakness."

Our descendants, if any, shall NEVER be slaves.