Resorting to name-calling again, are we Anduru? Certainly adds gravitas to your argument.
Do you actually know any people who grew up outside of the west? I have dozens of friends who have never lived in the west, honour their own cultural traditions of their countries, follow their own non-Christian religions, yet still enjoy many activities shared in the west, such as going to clubs, dancing to electronically produced pop music, following western fashions.
It's not because they want to BE American; it's just that our culture is having an influence upon theirs - and not because of colonialism or the west forcing our ideas upon them.
My friends listen to pop and hip hop, but they're still Pakistani born and raised muslims.
My friends pose for pictures with friends like western people do, but they still live as a buddist monk for year as their religion asks of them.
My friends wear jeans, t-shirts, trainers when they hang out with friends at Starbucks, but they still wear saris at weddings.
Here's my Kenyan friend Hasna who I was at school with in Pakistan. She's a practicing Kenyan muslim who lives in Nairobi. She does not drink alcohol and observes Ramadan.
Here's my Burmese friend Sithu, who I was at school with in Burma. He's a practicing Buddhist who removed himself from society to live as a monk in a monastery for a year with no personal possessions.
Here's my Pakistani friend Kalsoon who I was at school with in Islamabad. Here she is marrying her American husband in a mixture of western and pakistani wedding dress. She had both a muslim and christian wedding.
They are all very proud of their nationalities and do not desire to be American. It's so arrogant of you to think that pop music and culture, clubbing, hanging out in coffee shops, etc, are exclusively Western ideas. Non-Western traditions and cultures develop and change with time too, you know? Especially thanks to things like facebook and increasing travel (among non-Americans) lol
You have no clue about people outside of North America, and are in no position to speak of how they view their national identity!