Should the Faeroe Islands and Greenland gain complete independence from Denmark?

Asked by: TheDoctor1996
  • You damn right; it's time for the KKK society country to leave

    This tyrant has oppressed them for far too long. Danes have been oppressive for far too long now. They deserve their independence. The atrocities Denmark committed on their soil, the oppression, the exploitation, the theft, the murder, the rape. It's enough. And now they still hold on to it. They even have troops on Greenland to this day. And they did the same recently to Iraq. Enough is enough!

  • They Deserve It

    Greenland and the Faeroe Islands deserve independence for the following reasons.
    1.They have a permanent population.
    2.They have resources that they can use to keep on strong economy.(Examples are oil, fish, etc.)
    3.Independence is already happening in Greenland.Not the Faeroe Islands yet though...
    4.Denmark is very far from Greenland and the Faeroe Islands.
    5.The cultures in at least Greenland are completely different from Denmark's cultures.
    6.There is an economic crisis going on and they don't need Denmark to set them back.
    I have a whole load of sources to back this topic up so here it goes.


    As you can see, Greenland and the Faeroe Islands have plenty of reasons for independence.

  • They're too weak

    Both Greenland and the Faroe Islands have small populations, and economies based on fishing, which is a commodity that can fluctuate easily and causes an unstable financial position for both countries. I think that they have great positions as semi independent states in the Danish realm, as Denmark protects them.

  • They are too weak to stand alone

    There is one question that is on my mind? What is there in Greenland and the Faeroe Islands? I do not believe that they have the resources to sustain themselves as two independent nations. Denmark is like a lifeline or them that has all the resources needed. If they were cut off from that source of life then they simply would be very poor nations that couldn't sustain themselves.

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