Well, mebbe. But if you are thinking about English as a correct thing that is separate from the people who speak and write it, you are misguided. Classical Latin is the kind of language you're thinking about. It is always correct, because it is dead and cannot change. The people who speak it are long dead, and it has morphed into Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Romanian. But English is a living language, and whatever its speakers and writers collectively make it over time is what is correct. That is why it is no longer Anglo-Saxon.