posted on Dec, 24 2012 @ 08:54 AM
It's been my experience that many Brits love to criticize America about everything, and this one is just too good to pass up because there's dead
kids involved, and that proves that the America critics are right.
Why are some Brits so hyper-critical of America? Two reasons. First of all, England was the America of the 18th and 19th Centuries. It ruled the
world. Now it doesn't. But the pride is still there, the national narcissism. And what every narcicist does when confronted with someone superior?
Instead of improving, they sulk and find fault. And that's just what some Brits do-they criticize. We'll do the same thing-when America falls, we
will still be acting like we're number one, long after we've become like Greece, Italy and Spain.
The other reason seems almost like a contradiction to the first, but it has to do with the class system in England. Even though they claim that it
doesn't exist, it does, and it's hardwired into people. If you're working class, you don't go putting on airs and acting posh. It's bad form. The
peasants should know their place. And that's what Britain thinks of us. We're their retarded cousins, a land of debt criminals and religious
crazies. We think we managed to rule the world for the 20th Century, but to them it's all a farce, like the house servants putting on a lord's
clothing and pretending to be in charge.