Friday, 1 July 2011

... noh theatre or M4 politics, I ...

... wonder, might the theatre be a better comparison.

At one end of the M4 we have our home grown First Minister Carwyn Jones, and at the other we have our home grown Wales Office minister David Jones with the home grown Secretary of State Cheryl Gillan.  I am running out of noh masks .............

Carwyn was to have ... 


Whilst  David would have ...


... and for Cheryl ...





... does the surreal effect of the masks enhance the dialogue as it would in Japan ?

At the Cardiff end there is a call from Carwyn to be given power over planning approval for major renewable energy ...

... 132 miles, or 212 km to the East at Westminster, Wales Office minister David Jones roars in response "this will not be devolved".

Another player slides into the pantomime, Plaid Cymru MP Jonathan Edwards ...



... we have no mask for the Plaid Cymru MP, he doesn't need one, his words are probably enough when he accused the Labour Welsh Government of manufacturing disputes with its Westminster counterpart, he said:
"A lot of the disputes to date are manufactured hot air by the Welsh Government – play-acting that they are defending the interests of Wales when in fact it has more to do with the sectarian hatred between Labour and the Tories."

And Cheryl, she said nothing, a waste of a mask in this particular Nogak, is our Secretary of State making a contribution to Wales or might she be engaged in a private Noh .....




It seems that the Plaid player has the rights of it ................ that was difficult .....

2 comments:

  1. I think this sums it up perfectly and with such style

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  2. Thank you gracious lady.

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