Sunday, 6 March 2011

The claustrophobia of political Wales ...

... when Elis-Thomas, with his narrow vision for the future, demands the Wales Office be wound up.

With this man at the helm of the Assembly, what chance reformation of a legislative chamber that is elected by a small politically active population .......... none.

Warnings of the slippery slope by Unionists were drowned by the noise of nationalists, nationalists given political power by socialists unwilling to compromise outwith their narrow dogmatic perspective, tantalising shadows of the future if Welsh Nationalism are further enabled by the Labour Party following the elections in May, as reported today by the BBC ....

... Elis-Thomas is pursuing a separatist agenda, acting above his pay-grade and is out of touch with the people of Wales.

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