What is your stand, are you saying English did not started in England? Yes or no?<quoted text>
If you go back to the times of Shakespeare, the first stage of Modern English was spoken in nowadays England. They called themselves "the English". In the time of Chaucer, it was called Inglish. In the middle ages, it was called Ænglisc or Anglisc. Before 470 there was no single Angles or Saxes in Britain. Those people lived in northern Germany and spoke Ænglisc and Saxon dialects.
To which phase of English do you refer?
Now, if no, name one place in Europe, North America, Africa, Asia, Australia, etc, that were not influenced by England. That takes English as first language or lingua franca?