|Sinn Fein leaders O'Nell and McDonald, pictured at Westminster with|
Labour's Jeremy Corbyn and Tony Lloyd
The SNP, Plaid, Sinn Fein and Labour are all situated on the left and in the case of the so-called 'nationalist' parties they all vehemently oppose Brexit. This is particularly distasteful in the case of Plaid, in that Wales voted Leave, but it also further illustrates the falsehood that these are nationalist parties. Advocating independence for the home nations, but within the European Union, is a laughably absurd policy. There is no independence for any member state of the EU, only submission, diktat and slavery.
Sinn Fein, Plaid and the SNP also share outlandish policies in their attitudes to multi-culturalism and mass immigration. Despite appealing to actual nationalist tendencies by espousing the preservation of cultural identity, they all support mass immigration to the point of Labour-style open borders. Open for all that is, except for those nasty English. The hypocrisy is staggering. A migrant who has settled in Wales, having at least some basic knowledge of the English language, is even less likely to learn Welsh than an English person who has relocated to Wales - and yet Plaid, the so-called 'Party of Wales', promote freedom of movement.
These are not nationalists. These are leftists appealing to nationalist sentiment, but whose agenda is to deliver a new state trapped inside the EU while the national, cultural and ethnic integrity of said state goes down the pan in favour of mass migration and submission to a foreign power (the European Union). The only way to protect the cultural identity of Scotland and Wales is to maintain our United Kingdom, free and independent of Brussels. The EU is not your friend, or your saviour. Neither is Sinn Fein.
|Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald addressed Plaid Cymru's conference yesterday|