That’s the issue with romanticisation. so many people have a mental image of what England is like; polite, sophisticated, chivalrous, intelligent, that when they realise that we have issues like every other country in the world, we become demonised and hated because we’ve broken the mental image they have of us.
And the other way around, of course. Some people only see the bad things England has done and not the many amazing things about this country.
Things aren’t black and white, England is both amazing and shitty at the same time, you can’t say that we are definitively one or the other.
Drinking tea and reading a book? Fairly sure that people of all ethnicities enjoy both of those things. For a start, tea originated in China, and unless I’m sorely mistaken, the Chinese people are not in fact white.
I wish she was Miguel from The Road to El Dorado!
Where have you been for the past 4 years?
As I’m reading this, I’m actually eating some leftover Iftar food that my incredibly kind Muslim neighbour brought round last night, as he has done several times over the past few days. I think that sort of thing is what Islam is about. I’m unfamiliar with the part of the Quran that endorses sex slaves.
Get fucked you racist, islamophobic prick.