I am a citizen of the United States of Hamburger. And I have a few questions. Ever since I was 16 I had strong proclivities towards my heritage, before then I thought of myself as an "American nationalist" and wanted a Hwite ethnostate in America. I began to realize how foolish this was considering the fact that there is no real ethnicity in the United States, and how the white people who lived here were Euromongrels who belonged to no specific part of Europe. I began to remember 2 summers spent in Cambridge under a summer program, how they were the best times in my life, and I thought more about my heritage. My family was Mormon, so thankfully we had pretty good genealogy records. I looked through them and found that my mom is a 3rd generation Scottish Immigrant, while my dad is a 4th generation English immigrant. So in other words, my blood is entirely from the United kingdom.
It was after this that I started to think of myself as more of a British Nationalist then an American Nationalist. I started putting the union Jack on basically everything I owned, started using words as they are meant to be used such as calling "French fries" chips, "soccer" footbal and so on and so forth. I began to read about british history, I began to sing "God Save the Queen" and "Rule Britannia" to try to memorize the vocals. I began to read about British news and grew very angry at the Islamification of the country and the nanny state government. I wanted to fight for my ancestral homeland.
So I ask you brit/pol/, I was not born in the U.K, nor was I raised in it. But according to my genealogy it is the homeland of my (relatively) recent ancestors. If I was to move to England, conscript in the military, obtain citizenship, conform to the British culture, and speak proper British English, could I fight for England?