(English) Too Virtuous to Engage

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Dau sylw ar “(English) Too Virtuous to Engage

  1. CYIG = ‘CRACHLETS’ GRAND CHILDREN OF THE MANSE THINKING OF THEMSELVES WHILST OUR HOMELAND IS VICTIM TO THE NEW COLONIALISM OF TAN 8 WIND FARMS AND TAN 6 OPD ‘SAISLEBENSRAUM’. GWLAD GWLAD NEEDS TO FOCUS AS AN ANTI – CORRUPTION PARTY (Jac exposes the gangsters) AND LEAD THE WAY IN CAMPAIGN AGAINST CHEQUE BOOK CONQUEST SUCH WOULD EXPOSE CYIG AND PLAID ‘YES’ CYMRU AS FRAUDS – DO NOTHINGS! WE FIGHT BACK HENCE OR IT’S CYMRU FIN! Gethin.

  2. As an independent person, not a member of Gwlad, or of the Neil McEvoy-led new National Party I am at liberty to form conclusions about the stances and values of such bodies as a prelude to any decision I might make in the future. The recent accelerated drift of Plaid Cymru into the mess of downright juvenile ishoos renders it a hopeless prospect for governing our country either as a client/colony of the UK or as an independent state. That is a vacuum to be filled and it presents scope for the new parties to represent our real interests.
    Cymdeithas yr Iaith have discharged a different function over the last almost 60 years. It has driven campaigns to secure some rights for the language and those who use it and participated usefully in campaigns in related social areas such as housing, property, education and work. However its formal venture into the arbitration of what is right in politics is several steps too far. One appreciates that an organisation whose hard core is “youth” can become a bit obsessed with idealised views about our society and politics. They inevitably end up on the so called left, although “left of what” is a question that can seldom be answered because the 2 dimensional linear model can’t generate meaningful answers in a world where the 3 dimensional is most common.

    It leads me to conclude that Cymdeithas like Plaid has been taken over by an entryist crowd far more interested in their pet ishoos than in the long term prospects of Yr Iaith. So Plaid lost my vote some time ago and now it has somewhere else to go, now Cymdeithas loses my intermittent donation as I am not going to fund a crowd whose primary focus is some other cause while pretending to advance the welfare and prospects of my first language.

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