You and your like are in a very strong position. The British isles are full of mindless people who get high on television and junk food; and those who take interest in politics are blinded by lies of economic and immigration problems.
Despite the fact all empires must come to an end, I believe the British one is still clinging tight enough to these islands to ensure the maintained murdering of cultures, languages and customs for many years to come.
A few months ago, I suggested that, instead of displaying Lord Kitchener’s ugly mug on the new £2 coins, you display the face of someone who did not support the mass-murder of millions of people across Europe and the world.
I put forward that Welsh poet, Hedd Wyn (a pacifist from Trawsfynydd who was forced to fight and die in a war in which he did not believe nor support) be used on British coinage in 2017 to commemorate his death and to celebrate his victory at the National Eisteddfod of Wales in Penbedw, Lloegr (Birkenhead, England).
This suggestion was, of course, sarcastic.
But thinking about it, you could win over all those Welsh-speaking folk who cling to backwards and pointless legacies of spit-flinging poetry just by throwing a face on a few new coins. You’ll receive letters of jubilation and British national pride when the stupid Welsh think it’s an honour to have such a well-remembered poet share a piece of metal with good old Liz. Those who are not retired Londoners and Brummies will be over the moon when the Welsh finally stop flying the Red Dragon and start propping up the Union Rag.
I’m more than confident this plan will work – some Welsh people are actually grateful for BBC Cymru Wales.
Insane, I know!
Â chroeso / You’re welcome.
Diolch yn fawr am eich amser,