@DirtyBallast I am actually British born to Antiguan Parents and one thing that I find absolutely frustrating is the absolute deference by my fellow English to anyone who is upper class. They must speak sense and the truth because they speak with a posh accent. Jacob Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson are just stupid upper class twits who happened to be Eton and Oxford educated. And I do mean English. The Welsh, Scots and Irish do not show as much deference.Like any pundit found out and exposed, you shift the goal posts.^ As long as you realise that what you feel is out of step.Nup, the majority of British people (for example) feel the same way that I do - Daily Mail:
Most Britons think the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were wrong to have given their explosive interview, a poll reveals today.
A majority of the public believes they have let down the Queen – and should be stripped of their royal titles.
The survey was conducted after millions watched the bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview on ITV on Monday.
It reveals the monarchy has been damaged, with even the Queen's personal popularity taking a hit – though not as much as that of Harry and Prince Charles.
But asked about the couple's incendiary accusations of racism within the Royal Family, more people disbelieved Meghan's claims than believed her.
British, are you?
As an Aussie (I presume) you found a meme that agrees with your prejudices. Once challenged, you then defend your position by tying yourself to the apron strings of the mother country.
British, are you?
Please provide a link (I asked nicely) to demonstrate that the majority of Australians think the same as (1) you, and (2) Daily Mail poll respondents regarding the interview.
Maybe you are British!
And if the English Working Class do not stop doffing the cap, then they will get and achieve nothing.
That is why I am so grateful that now I live in Australia. And have been for the last 30 years. Not that we don't have here in Australia our own issues. Like Non Indigenous Australia will have to have an honest conversation with our Indigenous Brothers and Sisters, as equals. Because they have been treated unfairly.