Monday, March 12, 2007

Plaid Cymru & Nazi Germany

I have just sent the following letter to the Western Mail newspaper about Plaid Cymru:
SIR - While I applaud Mr. Syd Morgan's letter of Monday, 12 March 2007 about Labour sectarianism, his political party are no better, living as it does in a glasshouse.
One shouldn't forget that Plaid Cymru sent an official delegation to meet Adolf Hitler in Germany during the summer of 1940 to secure his support for a Vichy-style Welsh state in exchange for supporting a Nazi invasion of the rest of Britain. Whatever one's views about Welsh nationalism, Plaid's actions at a time when Britain was fighting for survival was an act of treachery against the Welsh people. Had Hitler given Plaid his blessing for their proposal, Plaid would have certainly deported Welsh Jews to foreign death camps.
Labour may be the most sectarian party in Wales today, but considering their actions during 1940 and their continuing antagonism towards the English, surely Plaid are the most racist party in Wales.
Yours sincerely
C4' BA (Hons.)

4 comments:

Holy Fool said...

Do you have BA(Hons) on your chequebook as well?

Ian said...

Such pathetic attempts to smear anti-fascist parties like Plaid, are always made by people who have never lifted a finger to confront people like the BNP or NF. This is usually because they have a private admiration for them and an inability to confront their own prejudices. What a sad little person you are.

C4' said...

Such pathetic attempts to smear anti-fascist parties like Plaid, are always made by people who have never lifted a finger to confront people like the BNP or NF. This is usually because they have a private admiration for them and an inability to confront their own prejudices. What a sad little person you are.

What an ignorant and blatantly false statement! I have personally suffered from persecution because I have fought against fascists. I can prove it and go into greater detail about my activities if you want to know.

Ed Poe said...

Your rant is as relevant to today's Plaid Cymru as Edward VII (with his pro Nazi tendencies) is to today's royal family