But with uncontrolled immigration, our culture is being changed rapidly and without our permission, in my view.
The only thing I see growing rapidly is blame culture.
I literally don't get the notion of what "our culture" supposedly is .
That might be because I'm someone who is not remotely religious, doesn't like football (don't get emotionally invested in sports of any kind - even the ones I enjoy watching), doesn't do newspapers, doesn't own a smart phone, couldn't give a toss about celebrities and their lives, gossip, fashion, any kind of trend (that's for sheep as far as I'm concerned) and isn't particularly bothered about holidays away and travel (can take it or leave it) and only consider my nationality to be simply a case of rubber stamping where I fell out of the womb on a document.
I've never had a club/herd mentality so basically have no idea what this "culture" I'm supposed to be fearful of losing actually is.
it's a bit like the whole MAGA movement thing in America when the "Again?" question gets popped. When was that "golden age of greatness now lost?" and great for who exactly? The answer to that last bit is probably...white folk being as any native American and most non white American over the age of 60 would probably beg to differ depending on when that supposedly was.
Outside of the cost of living, my spider sense isn't picking up any kind of threat to how I go about living my life - so what exactly is the threat (other than lack of space, housing and over stretched services) - none of which I consider fall under the 'cultural' umbrella?