- Jun 24, 2008
I really can't help this:"The thousand nations of the British Empire descend upon you. Our exhaust fumes will blot out the sun!"
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Hate to jump in here, but empire has weird connotations; even after the birth of the German Republic in 1919, plenty of people still referred to the German Empire, and not just on the right.Atlantic Friend said:Nobody would complain about British Empire in the 1930s. Probably, as decolonization kicks in in the 1960s, it will change names to become a Commonwealth or Union, but in the 1930s, it's the Empire and the sun still can't exactly set on it !
The problem is that then you get into the issue of rising expectations.trekaddict said:In India for example it was a combination of these which brought nationalism and the wish for independence to the fore, but not before the Indian National Congress had tried to go down the path of self-government whilst remaining part of the Empire (albeit with a better representation, something more akin to a dominion), it's why they to a degree supported the Empire quite happily in WW1.
Hmmm Hydrogen Cars, giving a whole new meaning to the word car bomb!trekaddict said:That is why in the future the British will do something all my AAR countries do: have working Hydrogen Cars on the road by 2008.
Physicists say this makes no sense. Hydrogen cars are not run by the fusion process of hydrogen atoms into helium which is the power behind hydrogen bombs.Bafflegab said:
Quite right sir, some people need to embrace the humour and put aside practicality.Bafflegab said:Facts and logic have no place in this joke.
Except, that we have about seven Socialists strongholds aka cities over 40.000 inhabitants and two of them are the largest Cities!trekaddict said:*about as 'deep South' as you can get outside of the United States
Zauberfloete said:Except, that we have about seven Socialists strongholds aka cities over 40.000 inhabitants and two of them are the largest Cities!
Humpf, mumbles Pseudo-Prussians mumbles!
Anyway now its time to see if Germany can catch up with Britain, eh!