- Jul 1, 2007
I really want to discuss this with my ReadAARs because I want a somewhat plausible solution to this, as it is supposed to last at least another 200 years.
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Eams said:Replace the charka with the Union Jack in the centre?
what about the Union Jack with the spinning wheel across the center?trekaddict said:Dunno.. I made one and it looked too British to me.
Maybe the bit in the upper right corner should be white? I adapted this from a pic of the NZ flag.
I considered that but that again would have been too British and not Indian enough. You will see the current flag when I post the update.Bafflegab said:what about the Union Jack with the spinning wheel across the center?
:rofl: :rofl:Bafflegab said:for the sake of this AAR, is it possible to be too British?
Instead you trust the Indian Navy to do just that?trekaddict said:To do that I will have to compromise, and that is also why you won't see massive SHBB stacks flying the white Ensign of the Royal Navy.
50% British MPs 50% MPs from the former colonies. As I said intentionally not a perfect system and one that will see drastic reforms in the latter half of the century.Leviathan07 said:So what kind of formula would you use to have India and Britain sit together in a parliament??
If you want to sort out South Africa just have London enforce universal suffrage for the 'Imperial Parliament' elections, not a chance in hell the black majority will vote for any Boer party. While it might make the resistance even worse in the short term, it's a medium/long term fix and, more importantly, a change that has to happen at some point.trekaddict said:I expect the most resistance will come from South Africa, Singapoure and maybe Rhodesia. I will try to put some of these discussions in the AAR though.