10 December 2006

Balkans For Britain?

Reacquainting Myself With Wales

In my youth I spent a fair amount of leisure time in Wales in the mountains and on the beaches. I love Wales as a place to visit. Blamerbell Briefs is I believe the only Welsh blogger in my links. You've probably heard of Labour Watch. Me too, so my interest was naturally piqued by the link in the sidebar for British Nationalists In Wales Watch. As I'm a bit slow in the morning and their name is a bit of a mouthful, I wasn't at all sure what to expect. It was very interesting.

5 Separations & A Merger

No, it's not a sequel to four weddings and a funeral. As someone once said a picture can tell a thousand words. I hope the following graphic fairly summarises the objectives of the website/campaign.



The Nitty-Gritty

In order to provide more detail this post on Who are the British Nationalists sets out more clearly who they are against. Basically, they stand in opposition to Labour, Lib Dems, Conservatives and the BNP with a view to forming 6 new nation states. Just four comments are made to the post - sufficient to hint at the ridiculous impracticalities of the campaign.

I See A Flaw In Your Cunning Plan

This is without doubt the most ridiculous and impractical political campaign I have ever seen. Prizes for pointing out the most ridiculous part of this campaign or trumping this campaign with a more ridiculous one. Just to get the ball rolling, I'd like to ask how the campaign would respond to claims from certain territorial Muslims of Leytonstone.

2 comments:

james higham said...

The interesting one on the map, for me, is Cornwall.

Anonymous said...

Aren't the Tories fast becoming English nationalists anyway these days?

Still, it is a fairly peculiar campaign blog. And given that there is simply so much to 'watch' in that respect, they don't seem to post very often.