Found a hilarious britwank. Anyway we could get something like it otl?
Or compete with the French, who forged the largest maritime empire in world history.I highly doubt the British would be able to conquer the industrious Gurkani Empire of India, nor would the then Sultanate of Osmaniyye (now the Union of Afro-Eurasian Collectivist Republics), collapse to the point of losing the Suez Canal, Egypt and the Levant.
Or New Holland, for that matter. It was only natural the Dutch colonized the place considering they discovered it and controlled the nearest areas to it in the Dutch East Indies.What in the actual- who thought this map up? Like, some of this I can justify with some thought, but Egypt? The Maori? Fucking India?!
Who said the Indians would've a voice in anything? The rules are clear: "one maxim one vote".How do you expect this empire to remain British and still have all of India? The pole of power will move towards the latter because of its large population over time, this empire would no longer be "British". You can still imagine the British being interested in the Indian market but they were not interested in trading with Asia.
I mean Britain could have a lot going for it, but personally I never get why france always gets screwed in these ideas. Indochina and the Sahara desert an empire don't makeWhat in the actual- who thought this map up? Like, some of this I can justify with some thought, but Egypt? The Maori? Fucking India?!
God, I hate the Rule Britannia types. Always going on and on about how Britannia Rules the Waves and how if you'd just change one little thing they'd have a global empire and- no. Stop. The French beat you. Repeatedly. Quit being salty about it.
I mean France also had a habit of pissing off good chunks of Europe. Yeah Charlemagne, Louis XIV, even General Bonaparte were all wildly successful during their runs, but one was over a thousand years before the next and him a century before the next. That's plenty of time for France to fuck up and piss off the Hapsburgs and Spain- hell even the ottomans, enabling England to scoop up some prizes.Fixed. France had a way larger population, army, navy, economy. Not to mention after the Franco-Scottish Union, England essentially became a French vassal.
Regardless, the French and Scottish alliance rules Britain and Europe. I don't see how the English could beat both powers, conquer Scotland, then somehow conquer India? This could be theoretically possible if the English took the French throne in the Ten Years War, but then, why is France not part of this empire?Which would have been easy to butterfly away without the fortunate royal marriage between a French Prince and a Scottish Princess which forged the modern world.