As a means of making that point and also to counter the present 'big sell' of English Royalty that is being pushed throughout Wales in connection with the English Royal Wedding which is to take place on the 29th April, I feel there is a need to make this call - this 'Galwad Glyndŵr' to all present day 'Pobl Glyndŵr' to raise 'Baneri Glyndŵr' wherever remotely possible throughout the land to counter all the Union Jacks that will, very soon, be dominating the landscape of our nation.
We hereby call for every patriot's support for a "full on" all Cymru campaign which will begin on the 31 March, 'Pennal Letter Day', and hopefully, if every patriot in Wales makes this most' limited' of effort, Cymru will be a landscape of the red and yellow Four Lions Rampant by the 29 April and will continue to be so through 28 May (Glyndŵr's birthday) up to 21 Mehefin 'Dydd y Senedd (1404) and Dydd Glyndwr 16th Sept. Get organised with this campaign throughout Cymru now to counter the Union Jack hysteria approaching in April. Visit links below to view previous posts on the subject of Baneri Glyndŵr:
Owain Glyndwr Communicates.: EMBASSY ANNOUNCEMENT: COMMEMORATING ... June 2010 ... Let's blot out the St George's flag with 'Baner Glyndŵr! ... the 19th - 20th June with these little Glyndŵr flags flying on their vehicles.
I was saddened to watch the Welsh news the other evening and see Welsh children of a very young age being brain washed and encouraged to make Union Jack bunting for Street Parties. Patriotic parents need to find out if their children are being involved in this activity and complain to the school and local educational authorities if they are. Of course, we all - and especially children love parties but patriotic parents cannot possibly allow their children to attend these street parties. Thus it is very important that Pobl Glyndŵr (with children) join with other patriots in organising alternative patriotic events in their communities such as Pobl Glyndŵr picnics and pageants in the parks of Wales. all the better if such an event can be held at one of the Glyndŵr designated named parks such as the ones at Johnstown , Wrecsam, Caenarfon and Caerffili.
National Playing Fields. Association. “Owain Glyndwr Fields” wasestablished
The most militant of Pobl Glyndŵr may wish to make their protest and perhaps the best place to do that on the 29th April would be at the Llywelyn ap Gruffydd Fychan Statue in Llandovery which will be overlooking a royal wedding street party in the market square below; right on the spot where Llywelyn was hung, drawn and quartered. Yes! pretty disgusting, talk about dancing on the graves of Welsh Heroes.
www.bbc.co.uk/wales/southwest/sites/.../llywelyn.shtml - Cached - Similar
www.southwalesguardian.co.uk/news/8811122.print/ - Cached
I would also suggest that there is also a need for the London Welsh to organise an alternative 'protest event' at the Catrin Glyndŵr and Family Memorial Garden at St Swithin's in the City of London to focus minds on the fact that Catrin was our last Welsh Princess and not Diana or this Kate Middleton so, an alternative 'Pobl Glyndŵr' event there is as important as one at Llandovery. Also, other alternative events that could be held on the 29th April in London could be at the Marble Arch site of Tyburn where Rhys Ddu ap Gruffydd was executed. In Wales, Other locations for outings and the holding of 'Pobl Glyndŵr picnics' could be at Glyndŵr sites such as at Stalling Down, Bro Morgannwg. Mynydd Hyddgen, Talybont. Craig y Dorth, Gwent. Twt Hill, Caernarfon and Mynydd y Gaer, Flintshire.