Wales is irrelevant and no-one’s listening
BORING, boring, boring! All this attention being paid in the media in Wales to Brexit and the turmoil it generates in the London parties of the Conservatives and Labour.
Far more relevant to us Welsh people would be weekly bulletins of how fast the paint was drying in Cwm Scwt or how the grass was growing in Llareggub.
Don’t people realise that it will all be decided by England and by the countries of the European Union? Can’t we just wake up one bright morning when they have reached their decisions as to what our fate will be and read about it in the Western Mail?
Don’t people realise yet that by hitching on to London/English parties like Labour and Tory Wales has become almost totally irrelevant? Just listen and watch the UK news broadcasts and read the newspapers printed in London: Wales is scarcely mentioned, unlike Scotland and Northern Ireland. Ever wondered why?
Meanwhile, two things: can some kind soul please take Carwyn Jones quietly into a softly lit room with soft music and tell him gently (in simple words of course) “Carwyn, no-one is listening!”
And why can’t we get figures of how Welsh people voted in Brexit, or anything else for that matter? I don’t mean people living in Wales, I mean real Welsh people. This is important to find out before our little country disappears for ever before our very eyes. After all, Tesco can tell me when I last bought a can of beans – why can’t I be told how my countrymen voted? Is there something being hidden from us here? Clem Thomas Dafen, Llanelli