Contrarian & Unashamed
What a pathetic reply. You wish to stay in your bubble. I saw a comment from the BAME Smithsian where they mentioned watching 'Steptoe And Son' with their Windrush parents. They were exposed to the selfsame cultural reference points as you and I were as kids in the 70's. Anonymous consistently asked you the same question: what is White British culture. Your response? Constant stalling.You don't get where I'm coming from because you're not a patriot or don't have a sense of connection to the history of these Isles. When I've read Thomas Hardy or Dickens, I see a connection...I see my people.
Didn't he/she refer to having their own working-class cultural identity in their replies to you. And now you play "The Patriot Card". Woeful. The quintessential postwar youth cult associated with fascists - skinheads - came about due to cultural cross-pollination between West Indian "rude boys" and working-class white kids. Hippies were influenced by postwar influences beyond these shores (India and Africa). Is that a lie.
The teenage Steven Patrick Morrissey was hugely influenced in his fashion sense by a one-time mod of Jewish extraction named Marc Field (Bolan). Given your past comments about Jews, you really ought to scratch 'Panic' and 'The Last Of The Famous International Playboys' from your ITunes playlist, hadn't you? How revealing that some 34 years after he told Frank Owen of the ".... conspiracy to place discofied nonsense into the charts," Morrissey released his token gesture with Thelma Houston. I do laugh on hearing "Bobby..." whenever she sings "You ain't foolin' nobody!" as she unintentionally gives the game away somewhat as to why he collaborated with her.
All TRUE culture is kinetic. By being so fixated upon the past, you stifle and deny others of a future. No wonder your vision of what constitutes Britishness is so soundly rejected as it is by young people. They share and find more commonality with Stormzy than they ever will in a film featuring James Robertson Justice screened daily on Talking Pictures TV.