Guilty as charged.of course, this is very much a non-woke individual's view of "woke", exaggerating some or all of the aspects so as to minimise and reduce some fairly interesting thoughts on how we should address the past etc.
The challenge with addressing the past is that UK's view can trend towards the myopic and negative, often missing that in the wider picture, the basic building blocks of the UK make us different for the better. for a mostly Anglican country, there is a real taste for catholic self-flagellation
We seem to scrabble around for one or two historical incidents and use those to condemn a whole society.
The recent Peterloo film by Mike Leigh was quite typical, 18 dead from a low level commander screwing up by delegating edged weapons/livestock/pedestrian segregation and crowd control and its "our Sharpeville and Hillsborough" all in one.
That we have to go so far back should be an indicator we're not all bad*.
In France one one only has to go back to 1961, when the CRS and police drowned a couple of hundred Algerians in the Seine and kept denying it happened until 2012.
*[cough, cough Amritsar, Batang Kali, Boer war camps, etc etc]