11 May 2013
PATRIOTS BE PARTISANS CYMRU - THERE IS NO OTHER SERIOUS ALTERNATIVE - SUPPORT THE COMING RED COMMUNE CYMRU INTERNATIONAL 1 - 2 - 3 MEHEFIN 2013.
Otherwise what's out there of use, just maybe HAWLIAU but we will see soon enough if it's for real up for a fight of it or just another talking shop, all promises but that's it?
However, lets give it a chance as it is at least doing some good research work but, if it cannot deliver the action so desperately required and pretty asap. Then you have no other option than to become a Partisan Cymru or an 'Autonomous' Adfywiadwr Gwladgarol via:
That's it then become a Roaring Dragon not just a waking Dragon? as what other alternative is there? I do not think we will see Balchder Cymru up for any action despite the hard talk:
Still very much 'Tramping' and '40 Gigs of Cilited Cymric Glam'.
Meanwhile, BC good for something with Vice Chair Russell doing loads of Charity Walks that must be good and at least for real not faking it as an 'Adfywiad Activists'. Lets not knock either fact that they annually organise a Cayo and Coslett Commemoration when far too many so called Nationalists would rather ignore:
Otherwise, I think Balchder Cymru is more now Guardian Angels than AIM or Barrio Warriors:
Nothing wrong with that, though I think they should now seriously abandon using the White Eagle Cross of Welsh Resistance as they are many miles and years away from being any form of Welsh Resistance, they had their chance following 'Stryveland' but failed then to deliver and so:
Well, that's that but of the Welsh Republicans out there, all 57 verities?
Wonder if any of they will be in action this year, maybe at long last campaiging against English Crown Estates at last?
How about some Native Welsh Royalism:
Though my alter ego is one Ieuan ap Bleddyn a 'Worker' of Ruthun who joined Glyndwr's 'Caerdrewyn Band' as they stomped thru Ruthin on 18 Medi 1400. Ieuan survived much but in 1415 joined with Henri Gwyn and others in a 'Gwerin Owain Free Company' to continue the struggle against the English in France.
Anyone want to join up? Better get some toughening up training with Glyndwr's Ramblers on Hyddgen at end of May.
Posted by Gethin 'Iestyn' Gruffydd at 10:45 AM