When Philo says "Anglo", he means "white". He acts like all "white" people in the US are of the same "culture"; whether he actually believes such rubbish is unclear.
All right, I have a question then. If a white Catholic, a white Protestant, a white Orthodox person, a white atheist, and a white Buddhist who are all Americans by birth were to get together and discuss American television, film, sports, or musical interest, would you be able to tell them apart from one another?
Would you be able to tell that they were also different based on the things they'd say from an Asian or a black person?
The inherent problem with this debate is that it's almost impossible to ever get to the bottom of what we're talking about when it comes to culture.
I would probably content that white Americans do have a culture that bridge has their own religious beliefs differences. It also is distinctive from Black American culture, and while there are many Asian Americans that could be said to have fully assimilated to the white Anglo culture, there's still a lot of things about who they are that could be attributed tubing Asian that would distinguish them.
I'm sure that Duchess would actually agree that even Asians who have become Protestants, grown-up and very white communities, Etc would be thought of his people that still maintain an Asian identity that they are sometimes discriminated against because they also have an Asian culture that exists beneath the surface of their behaviors.
Or, maybe you could say that they access both cultures. They, in fact, our Multicultural by Nature.
It's a hopelessly complicated discussion in the fact that you and others constantly interrupted by tossing out the Scarlet R doesn't help.