And the most the people would have to defend themselves against the marauding PC people would be baseball bats. Or in Scotland, golf clubs.
In any case, after their UN votes regarding Jerusalem and the whole fascistic effort to silence pro-British voices there, maybe letting the Mother Country suffer this and be forced to come begging to us her offspring for help wouldn't be such a bad idea. We could force on them traits of a superior culture: Baseball, Country music, and--after a generation of preparation--the Right to Arms.
(Yes, I'm in a specific agenda mindset here.)
Russia definitely would hack their grid after the recent EVENTS.
Take our electric grid off of the internet. No need for that.
They’re just figuring this out now?
If something major happens the politicians are delusional if they think they will survive this. Gross irresponsibility and wrong priorities from our leaders.
"Last year, President Trump’s National Security Strategy rightly emphasized the enormous importance of outer space to our security and economic wellbeing. Now, he’s considering creating a new military branch, the Space Force, to ensure that our enemies cannot dominate this strategic high ground to our grave detriment.
Unfortunately, some of those enemies are far advanced in trying to do just that. The Russians have long had anti-satellite capabilities and maintained such a robust ability to gain access to space that we have long paid them to get rides to our space station.
Meanwhile, the Chinese have been developing satellites capable of maneuvering and attacking ours. They’re also working on anti-satellite lasers, space planes, weapons platforms in space and their own militarized space station, leading ultimately to a People’s Liberation Army base on the moon.
While Trump's specific comment there was only an attention-getter/discussion-starter, I will go ahead and say I disagree with the separate force idea. In fact, the Air Force should be rolled back into the Army. The Constitution authorizes only an Army and Navy. Specifically military matters of space should be a joint operation of the two--Army (Air Force) focuses on "space planes" and the like, while the Navy focuses on permanent (so to speak) platforms and any large "baseship" sorts of things. (Yes, I'm probably channeling some "Star Wars" stuff.)