Talk:Anglophile

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KyleDD, like I said on another page, I don't go in for messing around. So I'm not going to write an extensive justification of why I think the UK is a great country. Rule of law, freedom of speech, racial tolerance, standing up to the Nazis, standing up with the USA - those are all conservative virtues/actions. Think about it, then revert your own edits. I'm not going to be dragged into wasting time on lengthy Talk Page stuff. BenjyB 18:31, 6 August 2010 (EDT)

His edits reverted. Karajou 18:32, 6 August 2010 (EDT)
Seriously? BenjyB's edits are a whitewash. Anglophilia deals with excessive British pride and undue appreciation of all things British. KyleDD 18:34, 6 August 2010 (EDT)
"great admiration for England and things English" [1] One could say the same thing for "Ameriphilia" (love for American things); "Winophilia" (love for wines); "Harpoonophilia" (love for whaling); "Caponaphilia" (love for holiday massacres). What you are doing KyleDD is stamping down Anglophilia with a lot of the liberalism rampant in the UK. That by and of itself could be a separate article. Karajou 18:40, 6 August 2010 (EDT)
Thanks, Karajou. Yes, there's a big difference between appreciating the good things about the UK and being a liberal. BenjyB 18:53, 6 August 2010 (EDT)
I hear you. Thanks for the explanation. KyleDD 19:14, 6 August 2010 (EDT)