If America Had Remained British: A Timeline - 1975 to Today

1976: Governor of Western China Mao Tse-Tung dies, leading to the reunification of China.

1978: The founding membership of the Eastern Hemisphere Union of Britain, Europe, East Africa, Palestine, the Arab countries, India, British Bangladesh, Muslim British Asia, Australia, New Zealand, British Indonesia, and various British American city states, territories and protectorates, is joined by Russia and its various satellites of Ukraine, Kazakhstan, et al. by the Camp David Accords.

1979: NATO forces invade Afghanistan and Iran to quell unrest.

1980: The Federation names the Shah of Iran ruler of Afghanistan. The Ayatollah Khomeini is exiled in Paris. Iraq is granted entry into the Eastern Hemisphere Union.

1982: At the Falkland Island Conference, Argentina is granted full British American Federation membership.

1984: To reward the country for rapid academic and industrial development from the efforts of the Cultural Revolution, the handover of Hong Kong / Macao is negotiated by the Federation.

1985: Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher orders the arrest of the leadership of South Africa province for promoting Apartheid.

1986: NATO forces bomb Libya to destroy the bases of a terrorist anti-European organization.

1989: Cultural Revolution graduates pave Tiananmen Square in the form of a Union Jack in gratitude to the British American Federation's successful efforts to promote education and development. Viceroy Ronald Reagan and Czar Gorbachev I meet in Berlin to demolish the last symbolic wall in the phased in Camp David Accords leading to full integration of Russia into the Eastern Hemispheric Union.

1990: Nelson Mandela is honored by Queen Elizabeth II with the Medal of Federation Freedom, and forms a new South African provincial government.

1991: A splinter group of Iraqi soldiers led by General Saddam Hussein attempt to invade Kuwait. NATO forces halt their advance.

1992: Yugoslavia is named International Country Of Peace as an example to the world of peaceful coexistence between Croat, Serb, and Muslim antagonists.

1995: NATO forces invade Nigeria to restore order.

1997: Hong Kong is handed back to China, and in gratitude is renamed SinoBritannia City.

2000: A treaty with Afghanistan and rebel forces in Iraq is signed aboard the USS Cole in Aden.

2001: The September 11 Treaty is signed by Viceroy George W. Bush and representatives of 37 Muslim states, provinces, and protectorates at New York City's World Trade Center to name Islam one of the British American Federation's official religions, and to promote Muslim education. Viceroy Bush names four Muslims to prominent Cabinet posts.

2003: The British American Federation Muslim International University is based in Baghdad with satellite campuses in Tehran, Damascus, Cairo, Tunis, and Kabul. The University offers free tuition to all students in order to promote academic progress and excellence throughout the Federation.

2006: Osama Bin Laden is named by Prime Minister Tony Blair the new Governor of Afghanistan. He swiftly moves to eradicate the last remnants of the Taliban and other regressive Muslim movements in order to bring the country into harmony with the progressive British American Federation, with an eye to gaining full membership status in the future.

2009: Barack Hussein Obama becomes the first black Viceroy in the Western part of the Federation. At the Global Peace Summit in Toronto attended by Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Czar Putin I, European Continental Premier Silvio Berlusconi, Gran Colombia Viceroy Hugo Chavez, and Australian Governor Kevin Rudd, the process of swaraj started so many decades earlier reaches its culmination with the naming of Manmohan Singh as Viceroy of India. The other great historical achievements of the summit include the granting of full Federation membership to China; a massive humanitarian aid project for Japan; Queen Elizabeth II's abdication of the Imperial Throne to her grandson, King William V; and the commencement of the process of evolving the United Nations into a full legislative body for the British Crown to ensure peace, democracy, education, equality, advancement, and prosperity to the majority of the people on Earth.

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sabrebIade 7 years ago from Pennsylvania

Okay...this is amazing. Very good writing and a very good HUb!


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Hal Licino 7 years ago from Toronto Author

Thanks for the compliments. Much appreciated! :)


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someonewhoknows 7 years ago from south and west of canada,north of ohio

You know I heard a rumor that Saddam Hussein was a major stock holder of Chrysler stock and was a business partner of the bush family and the ben laden's until they had a falling out of course.It only goes to show you that there is no trust among thieves.Also that the Bush family is related to the Queen of England ,as were many of our former presidents as well as vice presidents.We never really were free from England or the rest of Europe ,just less so than the rest of the world for what it is worth now.At least this country was looked up to by the rest of the world for what it has tried to be.A free country.Free from all of that has kept the rest of the world under the control of a minority who rule the majority through intimidation and poverty.But hope springs eternal for those who are willing to pay for it with their blood if that's what it takes.

It's true what they say about history.Your doomed to repeat it if you don't learn from it.So true!


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Hal Licino 7 years ago from Toronto Author

The Bin Laden's have business interests that stretch the globe so I wouldn't put it past ol' Saddam. As for his holdings of Chrysler, at the time of his arrest it was owned by Daimler, so given his wide investments I certainly don't put that past him either! :)

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