Archive for the ‘celtic cooperation’ Category

There are many small indy/devolutionist/advocacy parties in England (MK in Cornwall, Yorkshire First, NEP, Wessex Regionalists etc) trying to gain traction for progressive, decentralist policies. Such groups should be supported by Scottish democrats just as much as PC in Wales. Yes, they might not be that significant in size, but neither was the SNP at one time. 
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The translation of the Communist Manifesto into Cornish has been reported on the Breton website Bretagne Info – Indépendance et Socialisme, a site associated with the left-wing group Breizhistance. Thanks to them for promoting the Cornish cause in Brittany. 

Ra vo Breizh ha Kerne-veur dishual ha sokialour!
Merch yr Eog/ Mer’ch an Eog
, Theatr Genedlaethol, Pontio – Art Scene in Wales

At its heart is a collaboration with Theatr Piba from Brittany, producing a play in three languages: Welsh, Breton and French. 

Scotland, Ireland and Northern Ireland launch a celtic union of renewable energy | CommonSpace. Another project that an autonomous Cornwall would have been able to integrate and undoubtedly benefit from.
Now I’m guessing that our ‘friends’ in Plaid and the SNP forgot about Mebyon Kernow again. MK really needs to make some noise about this if we don’t want to hear Plaid and the SNP calling for people to vote Green, LibDem or Labour in the Duchy. 
Westminster has already been bought and sold. Vote local this May:  

 

In Wales vote for @TheGreenParty. In the forthcoming elections why not be part of the Green surge too and vote for the English Greens in Wales. 
Sometimes, London based parties really do know better than the locals. Help the Greens surge into Wales and bring wisdom from
their party headquarters. 
When the party leadership of Plaid advises people to vote Green across England, across the Tamar and all across Cornwall; why not decide to be part of the surging Green force in Wales too?

BREAKING NEWS: SNP calls for citizens to vote Green in the rest of the UK outside Scotland. The SNP leadership has stated that:  “whilst waiting for serious, left-of-centre and ecologically aware autonomist  parties to be created in Wales, England and Cornwall, people should really consider voting Green in these places.”