Wolowitz: Sheldon, if you were a robot, and I knew and you didn’t, would you want me to tell you?
Sheldon: That depends. When I learn that I’m a robot, will I be able to handle it?
Wolowitz: Maybe, although the history of science fiction is not on your side.
Sheldon: Uh, let me ask you this: when I learn that I’m a robot, would I be bound by Asimov’s Three Laws of Robotics?
Koothrappali: You might be bound by them right now.
Wolowitz: That’s true. Have you ever harmed a human being, or, through inaction, allowed a human being to come to harm?
Sheldon: Of course not.
Koothrappali: Have you ever harmed yourself or allowed yourself to be harmed except in cases where a human being would’ve been endangered?
Sheldon: Well, no.
Wolowitz: I smell robot.
What if you were all indoctrinated by the monarchy / government / BBC and didn’t know? Would you expect me to tell you?
Let’s find out. Correct answers are below. Be honest!
Q1) Are you satisfied that a foreign nation rules your country (or know about it and are not prepared to do anything about it)?
Q2) Do you look at the Union Rag and feel pride?
Q3) Are you blissfully unaware of the countless international crimes and the colonisation of ‘lesser’ nations of British?
Q4) Do you see the Welsh language as anything less than a national treasure that should be protected and not as ‘a good way to get a job’ or ‘a way of talking about people behind their backs’?
Q5) Do you think that people who promote Wales and her language on the BBC are doing us a favour?
Q6) Do you think that an independent and socialist Wales is ultimately a bad idea?
Q7) Do you agree with Carwyn Jones’ comments that Scotland [and Wales] would fail as an independent nation?
Q8) Are you unaware that the 6 Celtic nations share a common culture and friendship that should be nurtured and protected?
Q9) Do you use the word ‘thank you’ instead of ‘DIOLCH’?
Q10) Do you think it’s wrong turn over EVERY coin so that the witch’s head faces downwards?
Q11) Are you unaware of when Owain Glyndŵr Day is?
Q12) Were you ever taught the name of Wales’ last, native monarch who was murdered in 1282?
Q13) Is it ok to write addresses in English?
Q14) Are you a supporter of needless wars and pro-British military?
Q15) Do you believe that rugby in Wales is good?
Q16) Do you know the way to Abaty Cwm-hir?
Q17) Is it right that people fly the Union Rag in England before Saint George’s flag?
And here are your answers. Aren’t I nice?
A1) NO. Please tell me one nation in the world that is directly ruled by another country and happy about it. Catalonia, Scotland, Cornwall, the Isle of Man, parts of Ireland…. Are these people satisfied?
A2+3) NO. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a state formed for the purpose of bleeding dry the fruitful lands of the Celts and feeding the British, London-orientated greed.
A4) NO. The Welsh language is our home. It is where our we, as well as our forefathers before, feel safe and protected. It is a way of expressing ourselves in a manner that can be done in no other medium or tongue.
A5) NO. These people are traitors and sell-outs. For almost a century, British media has, at first, attempted to destroy our language and more recently tried to lazily ‘promote’ our language to modernise it in a way that satisfies the greed of the British state.
A6+7) NO. The only way to achieve dignity as people is to govern ourselves in a fair and just manner. To decide our own fate.
For any Celtic person to stand in the way of another Celtic people’s dignity is treachery and a travesty.
A8) NO. Over the past two millennia the Celts have shared common goals of friendship and companionship and await the day their nations are free.
A9) NO. Everyone, be them born Welsh or not, knows what the word DIOLCH means. Its use does not mean that you are required to hold the rest of the conversation in Cymraeg, but shows that there is a place for its rich vocabulary in everyone’s life.
A10) NO. The English monarch’s face symbolises oppression and defeat. On coinage it is a way of subtly subduing the populace with a ‘friendly’ face. Ireland uses a harp.
A11) NO. Owain Glyndŵr Day is September 16th. Since 1400 he stood (and still stands) as a manifestation of national hope and pride. His name should strike fear into the hearts of those who oppress us.
A12) NO. Ever wondered why you weren’t taught that Llywelyn ein Llyw Olaf was our last native prince who refused to bow to English fear-mongering and kept alive our hiraeth for better times?
A13) NO. A Welshman should always choose Wales first and ensure that addresses are written in our own language. You don’t see people writing to London with the French word ‘Londres’. Why? Because London is not in France so ‘native’ English people say ‘London’.
A14) NO. The British army has for centuries and continues to stand for wars that have no interest to our country. Those who represent the British army and feel they are doing Wales a favour are sorrily mistaken. They are forgiven when they turn their backs on the army.
A15) NO. The WRU is a way of controlling our country’s sporting minds. The Prince’s feathers represent a symbol of Welsh service to a foreign monarch. No matter how proud people are of the Welsh shirt, the pinnacle is always a Lions cap. The fact that the WRU is monarch-led speaks for itself.
A16) Trick question. NO. No one knows the way to Abaty Cwm-hir. In the 1960’s a group known as the FWA (Free Wales Army) collected people who answered NO to this list of the above questions to fight back against the British overpowering of our lands. Each potential member was told to meet at a certain point where they would be asked by FWA officers whether they know the way to Abaty Cwm-hir. Should the prospective member answer “Llywelyn, rest in peace,” they would be taken to the group’s secret training facility.
A17) NO. The English should be proud of their own country. I’d go as far as saying that Wales, with a population nearly 20 times less than her neighbour, flies more Welsh flags than England do in England. Britain has them grabbed.
To ‘hate’ England is wrong. Hate has consumed it.