For the first time a single party, Sinn Fein, will be politically powerful on both sides of the border, a partner with the DUP in Belfast and potentially either a leading partner in the next Irish government in Dublin or the main opposition to it. This creates a degree of de facto Irish unity never experienced before and will be deeply resented by unionists who see the balance of power swinging against them.
Phi Beta Iota: Nationalism and populism (and localism) are on the rise. This varticular variant will lead to the break up of the not so United Kingdom, with Scotland, Australia, and Canada also finding their way to complete separation.
One wonders if the massive attack on the Chinese economy was a last desperate attempt by the Zionist-Anglo-Alliance to avoid the inevitable.