I think we keep getting ethnicity and values mixed up. Personally speaking, I really dont care what the Briton of 2200 looks like. LIke as not our ethnicity will run in his vein's, whether he looks Asian, Slav, Black or Spanish. I honestly dont care, we were Black once, we can go black again for all I care. The only race I really give a toss about is the human one.
Values are a different thing. We have spent 2000 years building up the culture and values of the British Isles, and I dont believe in jettisoning them for some pereived politically contrived reason, or because we think Democracy or trial by jury or free speech is out of date. There are many excellent reasons given for us to become draconian in defence of our values. I think personally our values are the only defence we need, as long as we have the wit stand by them.
OK, off topic, but what the hell, its tanknet right?
It's not that far off topic IMO. The BA ads challenged certain values I firmly hold for the military - whatever the flag. And these challenges emanated from these "new" liberal extreme left European social values of today. And since European social values have always been a marker to some degree for countries like Singapore to follow, these values may soon come to our shores.
They already have in the form of big LGBT Pink Dot (as an echo of Singapore's nickname "Little Red Dot") annual rallies. Again, while I'm not anti-LGBT, nor anti-Islam, people waving their values in my face does bother me as I don't go out onto the streets to shout mine.
And when I see videos that show or tell of "refugees" beating up, raping and robbing white people everywhere they go from Europe to Australia, I'm beginning to sympathize with people becoming far-right in their views. If only as a knee-jerk to the rest becoming extreme left.
As for Chris' desire for all the world to be brown, I am curious - perhaps being a less-enlightened individual by comparison - why he doesn't just want that for himself, but for others as well? Is this a very Western belief...? that whatever is good for you (the west) should be so for everyone else? Is this line of thinking derived from a evangelistic religion upbringing like Christianity (and Islam)?
Eastern religions like Buddhism or Taoism aren't ever evangelistic (but don't get it confused with its practitioners being peaceful). They don't ever try to convert other people with the same zeal as Christians for e.g.
My oldest buddies include Muslim Malays and one Indian chap (who dates only Chinese girls) for decades till today, and many of my best friends have intermarried with other races. And I never even thought any different of them or their choices. I have myself had girlfriends from other races in the past. But for this to become a national goal - as European countries seem to be forging towards - is hard concept to grasp.