I've just watched it and find it totally offensive and it makes me embarrassed to be a brit at times.
We have chopped in everything we have to get to Australia and gone without throughout the application process, sold/closed two profitable booming businesses, and I've even taken distance learning courses in my profession to get the same qualifications as an Australian would have rather than just turning up with my UK certificates and expecting an Australian to have any appreciation for what was involved in that qualification (how could they know?).
We fully intend on digging our heels in, and paying back Australia for the opportunity they have given my family and I already feel a deep appreciation for the fact that we were granted a Visa. Even if I don't love it (which I seriously doubt will be the case) my intention is to pay my way and to give something back to South Australia in particular before I upped sticks and left.
I find the whole Citizenship thing absolutely offensive to Australians, and, if I am lucky enough to be granted it I really would pledge my allegiance and not give the country the middle finger.
You see, the way I see it, is that I had a 1% chance of being born in the UK and I was very lucky to be born in a first-world country such as this...but now I've been given an opportunity to push that 1% even further and live in the country that I've always wanted to reside. We feel like we've won the lottery - and I'm not going to be ungrateful and piss all over that generosity.