Wednesday, 21 November 2007

The Union of Peace in Our Time

After the calamitous and vastly destructive effects of the Second World War it was seen be some far-sighted individuals that the only answer in preventing another conflagration in Europe was to unite politically and economically with friends and former foes and work for a peaceful and economically prosperous relationship with all the countries of Europe. The result was the establishment of the European Economic Community which led to the European Union and finally the adoption of the Euro as the unit of currency in most of the member states, and the admission of more European countries from the former Eastern Bloc into the EU.
Wales will be proud to enter this Union as an independent nation state, once the British Union has collapsed and the nations of the British Isles have attained freedom and self-government. This is the kind of Union which will bring about the necessary changes in society, socially, economically and even psychologically. The nations of Britain will be free to chart their own political course within the secure framework of the European Union.
This blog is read, not only within Wales and England, but increasingly within the various nation states of Europe - France, Poland, Latvia, Sweden, Finland, Russia, to name a few, as well as in many of the states of America. There is an interest abroad in the struggle taking place in the Celtic diaspora and other places, Belgium, Spain for example in the cause of national self-expression. Wales is poised to join the club and take its place with the other nations of Europe, as Ireland has, and make its own unique contribution to the welfare of the whole.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

It would help of course if this European Union was a democratic institution.

ryan said...

I agree, if any institution lacks democracy it's the European Union.

ryan said...

Btw, after adding you to my Blogroll ages ago, it would be nice of you to finally add a link to my blog on yours, even if my a disgusting unionist.

Anonymous said...

People read this blog in many places. Most, just for a laugh.