Foreign Natives.

"The British are very nervous and reserved people and when I ask the children to stand up and say something good about themselves they can't.

To survive for 200,000 years like we did, we needed to do that to our kids. But you don't speak to each other, you don't even know your neighbours and hence you have a weakened society."

~ Frances Firebrace, an Australian Aborigine speaking his view of British culture.