Rushi Sunak Announces UK General Elections on Jul 4

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Rishi Sunak announces snap general election
 

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Hope labor form the govt. with thumping majority
As if it is not already.
With labors, unchecked flow of immigrants from particular community will speed up the rot & destruction of that shit anglo island.
Good riddance at the end.
They will be openly hostile to India like how Cuckada is now, do you want this?
Atleast daamadji is using his position as PM to contain the MI6 gandmasti
 

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What is happening with the India-UK FTA? It's been dragging on since Boris Johnson was PM. I can't imagine it happening with the commie terrorists of Labour when they take charge.

Also before Johnson was PM (by overthrowing Theresa May) he was the Mayor of London. Well current Mayor is terrorist Sadiq - he'd be unambitious if he didn't try to eventually take power from the wooden plank that is Starmer.

Imo if Rishi had shown a more strongman image and crushed these Palestine "protests" it would have been slightly better for his election chances.
 

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What is happening with the India-UK FTA? It's been dragging on since Boris Johnson was PM. I can't imagine it happening with the commie terrorists of Labour when they take charge.

Also before Johnson was PM (by overthrowing Theresa May) he was the Mayor of London. Well current Mayor is terrorist Sadiq - he'd be unambitious if he didn't try to eventually take power from the wooden plank that is Starmer.

Imo if Rishi had shown a more strongman image and crushed these Palestine "protests" it would have been slightly better for his election chances.
India-UK FTA is a British desperation and not Indian. And Britain's internal political circus won't let it happen.
 

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United Kingdom, the sick man of Europe

Believe it or not, the once formidable colonial power of the past two centuries, the United Kingdom, now finds itself as the sick man of Europe. Its economy has plummeted to such depths that no matter the efforts of politicians to revive it, they seem to be met with little success. The decline of this once dominant colonial power began with the independence of India, as it slowly reoriented its economy towards other prosperous nations such as the USA, Germany, and France. Subsequently, other former colonies followed suit, leading to the erosion of the UK's monopoly in the global market and initiating its decline.

In the early seventies, the UK attempted to integrate itself with Europe through the formation of the European Common Market(EEC). However, it eventually withdrew, finding that its objectives were not being met. Two decades ago, it once again sought to align itself with Europe, only to later opt out through a democratic vote. Consequently, its economy has remained stagnant.

With a growth rate of less than 3% for many years, the UK now records one of the lowest growth rates among prosperous European nations. While it still holds sway over some of the world's financial markets and produces goods desired by its former colonial territories but lacks ability to effectively market them. Its military technology and experience has become worthless as it is unable to profitably market it.

The current Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak, was tasked with rejuvenating the economy and introducing fresh ideas. However, despite his efforts, public opinion of him has plummeted to such an extent that his ability to govern in a democratic country has been called into question. Consequently, he has called for fresh elections to either solidify his position or pass the daunting task to another leader. Sunak finds himself caught between the opposing political factions within his own party; the conservative right is reluctant to compromise on certain issues necessary for progress, while the left wing advocates for increased welfare expenditures.

The outlook for the UK appears bleak, with little hope for improvement in the foreseeable future, even with a change in political direction. Recent political tensions with India, particularly regarding the Khalistani issue, have strained the possibility of a free trade agreement, depriving the UK of access to a potentially lucrative market. Additionally, to maintain access to the common market, the UK must navigate sensitive immigration policies, often stifling its ability to make and market products for Europe.

A crucial aspect for the UK to reconsider is its approach to international relations through its media channels. Smaller economies seeking to engage in business with the UK are put off by the unnecessary and often overbearing propaganda from British media outlets. Furthermore, the biased criticism of Indian electoral practices by British media serves to alienate potential partners, undermining diplomatic relations and economic opportunities.

In all honesty, the UK finds itself at rock bottom. India has already surpassed it in total GDP, and without significant reforms, its standing is likely to deteriorate further. The road to recovery appears long and arduous, with no immediate prospects for improvement.
 

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To manage a highly fractured society like England and on top of bad opinion maker media, it is not easy to manage a tiny country of England of 65 million souls.

Rishi Sunak or any other Conservative or Labour leader will have the same difficulties. Public expectations are too high. On top of this war in Ukraine has made it worst. Therefore any replacement prime minister within six months of taking office will have the same difficulties as Sunak is having.

First step to end all this atmosphere is to end the war in Ukraine. Second, make friends with customers who value British products. Third, get over the colonial hangover from your mind set etc.
 

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Briton has upcoming elections…… They and their media have found almost everything wrong in India and in Indian electioneering.

Election in India are almost over; hence it is for India to find faults with electioneering in England, just as they were finding faults in India.

Do not spare their own multi cultural fractured society with Muslim & Sikhs seeking their own identity. Also do not ignore the quest of Scottish people to find their identity and trouble in Northern Ireland.

Crime should be thoroughly highlighted.
 

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Second, make friends with customers who value British products.
Which?
Third, get over the colonial hangover from your mind set etc.
For daydreaming today on grandeur of past centuries ago, British people are Pakistanis/Bangladeshis of west.

For any average Briton nationalist, Britain is central & foremost power competing with US/Russia and any otherwise suggestion or version of world order will only antagonise him.
 

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Which?

For daydreaming today on grandeur of past centuries ago, British people are Pakistanis/Bangladeshis of west.

For any average Briton nationalist, Britain is central & foremost power competing with US/Russia and any otherwise suggestion or version of world order will only antagonise him.
List of major European countries ranked by comprehensive strength(soft & hard power):
UK>France>Germany>Italy>Spain
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