Germany already tried to "unite" our countries from 1940 to 1945, and look how well that went. I'm sure you can guess what the overall populations thought about the idea back then. If you asked Norwegians if they wanted to become a German colony, they'd say "Hell no!" and look at you like you're a crazy person.

Why on Earth would Sweden, Denmark and Norway give up their independence to become Germany's colony? Norway's sick of "unions", after 400+ years of "union" with Denmark and 91 years of "union" with Sweden, which is why we're not in the EU. Given our rather recent history with these "unions", our hard fought independence and our rather recent experiences with German imperialism, any new "union" would be unthinkable.

Apart from the obvious historical and political implications of imperialism and the ebents of World War Two, there are obvious cultural and linguistical implications as well. Too many diferences.