After 15 tears of devolution, what has Wales achieved? – Evening Post Column 28.11.14

http://www.southwales-eveningpost.co.uk/Julian-Ruck-blog-15-years-devolution-Wales/story-24819520-detail/story.html

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One thought on “After 15 tears of devolution, what has Wales achieved? – Evening Post Column 28.11.14

  1. As you have pointed out there has been a down side to Welsh devolution:

    “An economy on a par with Romania.

    A health service in crisis.

    An education system that is in freefall and also totally uncompetitive.

    Welsh institutions run by a Welsh- speaking elite answerable to no-one.

    A rise in far right nationalism, identity politics and institutional chaos.

    Wholesale cronyism and jobs for the boys that makes Cosimo de’ Medici look like Kofi Annan.”

    The last 15 years have been quite depressing for the majority of people in Wales but why don’t we look on the positive side. The principality has been given a wonderful gift in the form of the “Carwyn Aman Ogwr, Cymru/ Wales, Rhoose International Airport” here in South Wales. as a symbol of national identity and a stepping stone towards an Independent modern Welsh republic.

    http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/cardiff-airport-used-welsh-government-8146619

    A wise sage once said: “Things can only get better. If they don’t we could be up to our knees in excrement.”

    Got to your nearest oak grove feel the vibrations and rejoice.(If this is not possible a quiet room will do) Find the druid within you and speak out what you feel to the world.

    People of Wales, feel and speak, let our voices be heard.

    Blessings and best wishes to all,

    Druid Alban of Glamorgan

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