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David Cameron was one of the few people who warned that Britain was facing invasion, now he has gone because of Brexit. Britain now has no allies in Europe because of Brexit. North Korea has just tested a submarine launched ballistic missile, again because of Brexit.
In April 2013 the Guardian reported that Cameron “said it would "foolish" to leave the country defenceless at a time when the "highly unpredictable and aggressive" regime in North Korea was developing ballistic missiles that could eventually threaten Europe”. Cameron commissioned four Trident Nuclear submarines to meet the threat, these would have cost 20 Billion pounds but now they will cost more because of Brexit. In fact, they may never be finished because another vote is needed for renewal, all because of Brexit. Brexit could mean that Britains' loose forever the ability to destroy cities and incinerate babies at the other side of the world.
North Korea has an army of a million men, all they have to do is march though China and then across Russia and Belarus, then through the EU countries of Poland, Germany and France (which will do nothing to stop them because of Brexit). So, within months we could see millions of screaming Koreans charging out of the channel tunnel.
According to the Guardian, all the experts agree that a North Korean invasion is now probable because of Brexit. These are Sir Nigel Teamoney (Chairman of British Defense Industries PLC), Hugh Kickback (Chairman of Military Avionics Inc.), Lord Graft (Chairman of First Strike Systems PLC), Julian Teamoney (son of Sir Nigel and Director of the Oxford Institute of Strategic Studies) and Theresa Kickback (daughter of Hugh and Defense Correspondent at the Guardian).
The real story from REUTERS 9 July 2016:
North Korea fired a ballistic missile from a submarine on Saturday, but it appears to have failed soon after launch, South Korea's military said.
The launch comes at the end of a week of sharply rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula, and only a day after the United States and South Korea pledged to deploy an advanced anti-missile system to counter threats from Pyongyang
North Korea on Thursday warned it was planning its toughest response to what it deemed a "declaration of war" by the United States. The warning followed Washington's blacklisting of the isolated state's leader Kim Jong Un for alleged human rights abuses.
South Korea's Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said in a statement that the missile was launched at about 11:30 a.m. Seoul time (0230 GMT) in waters east of the Korean Peninsula.
The missile was likely fired from a submarine as planned, but appears to have failed in the early stage of flight, the Joint Chiefs said.