Tuesday, 8 July 2008

Cymru for the Cymry

Would Wales be better off governing itself instead of being misgoverned as a part of Britain? Yes it would, immeasurably.
Britain is itself being maliciously misgoverned and popular opinion affirms this as evidenced by recent opinion polls which place the Conservatives far ahead of Labour. Yet Conservative solutions and attitudes to society offer no solace to the people of Wales.
Without the ameliorating effects of governance by the Welsh Assembly, which removes Wales from direct British rule in a number of key areas, Wales would be in a far worse situation than it is in today.
It is indeed undeniable that Britain is heading into recession, whatever the government sources issue in the way of propaganda. No doubt the government will claim that this is the result of 10 years of Tory misrule before the 10 years of Labour misrule when the national resources were squandered by a profligate Chancellor-cum-Prime Minister. Wales would have no part in the type of expensive and risky foreign adventures initiated by the Bush-Blair unholy alliance. 19th Century political mentality has no place in contemporary Wales, which draws its strength from its own national spirit and history, a history which has been ignored and largely untaught within the country which spawned it.
Change is in the air and cannot be stopped as it is a natural and inevitable process leading to a new birth of Celtic consciousness throughout Britain. A population of 10 million is insistent in its call for retribution, and there are many in England who, besides supporting the unification of Ireland, also give their tacit support to Scottish and Welsh independence and the emergence of England as a separate nation within the European federation.

We should also remember our Celtic cousins in Breizh, Ellan Vannin and Kernow.

They deserve the right to control their own futures and destinies just as much as Alba and Cymru do.

(following a comment from nitrotab)

1 comment:

NitroTab said...

Let us not forget our Celtic cousins in Breizh, Ellan Vannin and Kernow.

They deserve the right to control their own futures and destinies just as much as Alba and Cymru do.