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Or is it more the celtic side of things?
On a personal level I put little attachment to what my ancestors did or who was where first in regards to melanin counts or different cultures mainly because I had no part in it and claiming I did is beyond irrational. I see is as a kind of territorial insanity in which an invisible ownership defined without law or right is perceived as being threatened by an invisible force also without real defined motive.
This doesn't mean I don't deny that at some point my country or many others might change in terms of racial population, (as inaccurate as the term race is in this context), but why that should be anything but just another change as has occurred in history again and again?
The application of that being good or bad is a valuation that comes more from whether or not there are actually damaging effects of that change. If for example the population of the UK became majority... African in ancestry but the general cultures of its countries stayed the same or it changed but there is no discernable negative impact for the people inhabiting them, besides the issues that are already present, where is the actual issue?
Now with regards to history it's fascinating to study how a culture or people evolves as it goes and what lies or truths are told or buried.
And it is interesting to see what ramifications that could, or has, have later on. But I don't look at it as something I should feel is being threatened because of an attachment to what my past genetics did.
However this is just my personal view.