Top Ten Independence Movements of 2016AsianBlood Which independence movements of countries do you support? For example, some people in Texas want to be their own country. Do you support this?
The Top Ten
For so long, Tibet has been taken over by Chins. It's about time they finally let the Dalai Llama come back and rule the nation as they close their borders and live in peace again. - AsianBlood
So people stop fighting over it - AsianBlood
Just like Tibet, they want peace. China won't let them. - AsianBlood
Scotland chose to remain under British rule, I'm not thinking there's much of an independence movement there. - Jackamalio
Completely different culture from Britain. Deserves independence. - AsianBlood
Same condition as Scotland. - AsianBlood
Alaska can honestly do better controlling its economy by itself without the mainland. - AsianBlood
This is where Belgium is partitioned into two states. They are so different already, with one side French and the other Dutch (I think). - AsianBlood
Such a different culture from Afghanistan and Tajikistan, but how would they depend with almost all the country being mountains? - AsianBlood
So to stop tensions between the UK and Ireland and because the Troubles are over. - Swellow
Lot of revolt against the oppressive policy of Urdu & Punjabi dominated Pakistan.
Its time for a new nation out of pakistan
It needs to be independent from China due to separate histories, and the people want to be free. China is hurting Hong Kong.
Already a de facto independent state, nestled in the fertile Dniester River valley btwn Moldova & Ukraine; fewer than 150,000 people but has own currency & mint, army & police, border-control & passports, postal service & stamps + legislature; the people also speak Russian &/or Ukrainian, not Romanian!
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