Discussion in 'Cardiff City Forum' started by Arfur Ap Llewellyn Europe, 13 Aug 2019.
No, I just want Wales run 100% by Welsh people
Independent Wales, member of the EU with Welsh MEP's elected by Welsh people to represent our interests, having an influence over EU regulations, which will impact us anyway at some point, whilst receiving our fair share of EU funding to develop our economy that we'll never get from an English government.
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With a bit of help from Germans, Belgians, French etc.
No English though.
I’m dyslexic I didn’t understand the last line
all that is already happening
An independent Wales is already happening? Great news, someone let the rest of Britain know.
I'm sure the Doctor will oblige you.
Wake Up! Wake Up! It's gone mid day and you're still sleeping?
Having an influence over EU regulations? Got the Welsh book of fairy tales out?
Even I've got my limits....
No Dr. (As opposed to Dr No) Not anti-English. Just Pro-Welsh and pro-internationalist. Anti-Little Englander mentality
Couldn't have put it better myself.
It's a concept a lot of people who have been pre-programmed with it, struggle to conceive.
I think that the only thing we can know for sure is that no matter what comes to light, no matter how apparently awful, no matter how potentially great - nor how optimistic, nor how fecking terrifying, so many of us will still just plough whatever path we were already on, and look the other way if it doesn't suit.
The EU has funded lots of stuff in Wales. The Tories haven't, except in marginal seats.
I can't think of any EU rule that contradicts Welsh independence. I can remember the Tories attacks on the learning of Welsh in schools.
All member states have a say in the legislative process
The bigger the government.. the smaller the citizen
I reckon the EU would be more than willing to listen to us after having to put up with three years of talks with those bellends in no.10. Wales did vote to leave but I'd wager part of that was the same mongo mentality as 'vote labour cos the old man does' and the drivel pushed by the Sun et al