Is Britain facing total isolation from the developed world?

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Britain is increasingly becoming alienated from the rest of the world.
Most British people and 70% of politicians hate Europe. Now Europe hates Britain.
Boris Johnson has just upset Saudi Arabia helping create a divide there.
Most politicians refuse to be friendly with Russia and Putin.
The US will soon have a mad man in the White House, ruining our relationship.
Australia doesn't really like Britain because they want to become a republic.

That only leaves Canada, Ireland and New Zealand as developing world countries that we can work with.
New Zealand is too far and the EU may not allow. Ireland to work with Britain in spite.

That only leaves Canada...

Hopefully a free trade association may be possible with Canada allowing freedom of movement between the two countries.
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Only if you listen to yourself and read the FT.
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Most Europeans have always hated Britain, I have a few European friends from various places and they all say that British people are seen as stuck up and arrogant, back home. They don't even classify British people as European, they are British.
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Most Europeans have always hated Britain, I have a few European friends from various places and they all say that British people are seen as stuck up and arrogant, back home. They don't even classify British people as European, they are British.
To be fair, at one point or another we've been at war with the vast majority of Europe and one could argue have held control of the balance of power on continental Europe for centuries.

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Most Europeans have always hated Britain, I have a few European friends from various places and they all say that British people are seen as stuck up and arrogant, back home. They don't even classify British people as European, they are British.
People are always jealous of their betters.
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(Original post by SCIENCE :D)
Most Europeans have always hated Britain, I have a few European friends from various places and they all say that British people are seen as stuck up and arrogant, back home. They don't even classify British people as European, they are British.
One thing I've noticed about arrogant people is that they are arrogant accidentally through actually being significantly better than their competition. This is also most likely true for Britain.
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(Original post by Jammy Duel)
To be fair, at one point or another we've been at war with the vast majority of Europe and one could argue have held control of the balance of power on continental Europe for centuries.

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And saved their asses numerous times too


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(Original post by Ambitious1999)
Britain is increasingly becoming alienated from the rest of the world.
Most British people and 70% of politicians hate Europe. Now Europe hates Britain.
Boris Johnson has just upset Saudi Arabia helping create a divide there.
Most politicians refuse to be friendly with Russia and Putin.
The US will soon have a mad man in the White House, ruining our relationship.
Australia doesn't really like Britain because they want to become a republic.

That only leaves Canada, Ireland and New Zealand as developing world countries that we can work with.
New Zealand is too far and the EU may not allow. Ireland to work with Britain in spite.

That only leaves Canada...

Hopefully a free trade association may be possible with Canada allowing freedom of movement between the two countries.
And this was just lol


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Why do people continue to feed the troll?
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Why do people continue to feed the troll?
It can be difficult to tell the difference between a rabid remainer and a troll


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It can be difficult to tell the difference between a rabid remainer and a troll
Here's a very simple tip:

Was the thread started by Ambitious?
Then it's a troll thread.
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Most Europeans have always hated Britain, I have a few European friends from various places and they all say that British people are seen as stuck up and arrogant, back home. They don't even classify British people as European, they are British.
I mean, they're not wrong.
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Just wait a few months for marine le pen to become president. The EU will collapses entirely, reduced to Germany bankrolling the poorer states in Southern and Eastern Europe and see how much the Germans love the union then. Once this happens the European nations will line up to trade with the UK.
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(Original post by Ambitious1999)
Britain is increasingly becoming alienated from the rest of the world.
Most British people and 70% of politicians hate Europe. Now Europe hates Britain.
Boris Johnson has just upset Saudi Arabia helping create a divide there.
Most politicians refuse to be friendly with Russia and Putin.
The US will soon have a mad man in the White House, ruining our relationship.
Australia doesn't really like Britain because they want to become a republic.

That only leaves Canada, Ireland and New Zealand as developing world countries that we can work with.
New Zealand is too far and the EU may not allow. Ireland to work with Britain in spite.

That only leaves Canada...

Hopefully a free trade association may be possible with Canada allowing freedom of movement between the two countries.
Japan and the Tigers.
Australia does not want to be a republic, if it did there'd be a referendum on it.
New Zealand is not too far away in the modern age. China would be screwed if that were the case.
The US wants a trade deal, mad man or not.
Mexico loves free trade.
Canada as you mentioned.

Don't be so downbeat.
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