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Plaid silence hurts Wales

By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: November 29, 2012

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DOES anyone know or care who is the leader of Plaid Cymru? As for the previous "leader" the squeaky- voiced ageing schoolboy, he was treated as such! Oh for an Alex Salmond for Wales, oh for a national party.

Plaid are a joke. what have Plaid got to say on the really important issues for Wales.

1. Wales produces "three" times the energy it needs, where does this excess go? And of course where does the wealth it produces go?

2. Wales gives vast amounts of water to England for free, then Liverpool and Birmingham sells this water on for huge profits.

3. Wales is being swamped by English immigration, affecting schools, housing, old people's homes, health services, etc.

Wales is becoming a county of England, and what has Plaid to say on these matters — nothing, silence. Plaid are without doubt the wimpiest national party on earth. I am starting to think Plaid are run by MI5 to benefit England.

Simon Clark

Hillside, Melyn

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  • jfjoubertesl  |  December 03 2012, 2:04PM

    1. Agree! 2. Agree! 3. hmmm... every nation has to be responsible for "the greeting/welcoming/entertaining/care" of its immigrants. It is wrong, I think for one nation to "hold the door" of another nation's "house." Those are clearly basic national rights which are denied Wales. And what is denied Wales is the opportunity to shine in that area and forces it in a constant mode of defense. Perhaps the UK could rotate responsibility (as per EU style) of immigration... 4 years in Edinburgh, 4 years in Caernarfon, 4 years in York...

  • Portal_Bot  |  November 30 2012, 8:36PM

    sochat wurr libdum wurr

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  • sochat  |  November 30 2012, 6:39PM

    Dear Mr Clark. Correct me if i am wrong but i am quite sure the liebor party are in charge at the Welsh Assembly,so why dont you direct all your gripes to them.

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  • Neathboy234  |  November 29 2012, 7:17PM

    Simon Clark it is indeed, go back just a few hundred years and u wouldn't find anyone welsh with the surname Clark, perhaps our anti English friend should look up his family tree.

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  • Jiffy  |  November 29 2012, 7:06PM

    Simon Clark - that's a very English name.

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  • Neathboy234  |  November 29 2012, 3:16PM

    maxmin what insane policies MR Clark who wants to stop the English moving to Wales, or myself who is in favor of the free moment of people. I think i know what you mean, it's ok to move anywhere in the UK, but not within the EU. Correct me if i wrong, with an explanation please. lol

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  • maxmin  |  November 29 2012, 2:29PM

    Well Neathboy CLM AH that's another thing you've got wrong, obviously no sane person would agree with those lunatic policies.

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  • Eric_Pode  |  November 29 2012, 12:49PM

    abertawejack All stationary things?

  • Neathboy234  |  November 29 2012, 11:49AM

    maxmin well that's what u get when someone expresses Racist views. You should know that i've done it with u often enough. ha ha ha ha. I myself support further devolution but at the same time welcome anyone who wishes to make their home in Wales, be they European, African, Asian, and anywhere else in the world. This also includes English people as well. There has been an open door policy between England and Wales for hundreds of years, and now this has been extended to the whole of the EU(with Bulgaria and Romania being added to this list soon). Isn't it a fantastic political achievement, and in the years to come will be seen as quite natural. I'm sure u will agree

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  • maxmin  |  November 29 2012, 11:04AM

    Well done Neathboy CLM AH Not only did you manage to get two mentions of the BNP in your post but by publishing it twice you arrived at four! Do you charge them for all this publicity or do you do it for free?

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