Sunday, 24 April 2011
THE FINAL CALL TO POBL GLYNDWR. THE HISTORICAL HERITAGE OF CENEDL GLYNDŴR IS IN OUR CARE - EACH AND EVERY ONE OF US. AND IF WE ARE TO BE SERIOUS AND GENUINE ABOUT CONTINUING TH E STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE AND FREEDOM AS FOUGHT FOR BY OUR ONE AND ONLY PRINCE OF ALL WALES, OWAIN GLYNDŴR, WE CAN ONLY FLY ONE F LAG AND THAT HAS TO BE 'BANER GLYNDŴR' - FLAG OF OUR CENEDL GLYNDŴR WHICH WE R'E ALL CAMPAIGNING TO HAVE RESTORED...YES?
IF SO, WE CAN LIVE UNDER NO OTHER FLAG WHATSOEVER, NOT THE UNION JACK, THE TUDOR DRAIG GOCH OR DEWI SANT FLAG. THE ONLY TRUE FLAG THAT CAN REPRESENT A 'CENEDL CYMRU RYDD' IS BANER GLYNDŴR - AND IT'S OF CRUCIAL IMPORTANCE THAT YOU ALL FLY IT NOW EVERYWHERE - AND ESPECIALLY ON YOUR CAR ON THE 29 EBRILL 2011 AS MEANS OF PROTEST OF CELEBRATIONS PUSHED ON US OF THE WEDDING OF REPRESENTATIVES OF AN ENGLISH MONARCHY THAT IN 1282 - 3 OCCUPIED AND COLONISED OUR NATION AND TOOK AWAY THE FREEDOM OF OUR PEOPLE.
Are we now such a cowed and servile nation that we will suffer silently the indignity of seeing the 'union jack rag' blatently and triumphantly draped across the towns of our nation in celebration of English royalist events such as this wedding and an oncoming jubilee in 2012? Or, have we got just about enough pride to carry out the briefest of gestures such as the displaying of the Owain Glyndŵr 'Four Lions Rampant' as a means of illustrating to the English State and their royalty that we are still here and that we are still loyal to Owain Glyndŵr's cause for Welsh freedom - which is in continuence. Can all genuine Welsh patriots make this most basic of protest or, have you all forgotten and abandoned what Glyndŵr and his fellow Cymry fought and sacrificed for?
Other Suggested Pobl Glyndŵr Protests: Why not, on 29 April, organise alternative events to local 'Hanes Glyndŵr' sites of your own choice. As a national event, I would suggest a trip to 'Cerrig Cyfamod Owain Glyndŵr' on Mynydd Hyddgen as being both of suitable and of symbolic value as it was to there, at about the end of April 1401, that Owain Glyndŵr had moved his small army from Cadair Idris and where they were to engage in battle with an Anglo - Flemish force at about the beginning of May 1401.
YNYS MÔN - A NATIONAL EVENT
A very suitable symbolic alternative for Pobl Glyndŵr Ynys Môn would be to gather in the area of Parys Mountain. Robert Parys was 'given' Mynydd Trwysglwyn, which included the farm of Cerrig Y bleddia, in 1406 as a reward from King Henry for collecting heavy taxes imposed on the people of Ynys Môn because they had supported Owain Glyndŵr. Follow the history of Mynydd Parys in the link given below
A visit to the Anglesey Copper Mountain also known asParys Mountain. ... Our local Anglesey Copper Mountain goes back thousands of yearsand today you'll ...
The above is an ideal place to visit as an alternative to the 'Anglesonian' event at the Mona Showground as it symbolically represents an interpretation of our history of conquest and colonisation and of land just 'taken' from native Cymry for supporting Owain Glyndŵr. Then there's the history of how this land's wealth was exploited, first with the mining of copper ore and today as an area of both windfarms and nuclear power. Thus, it is ideal as a location for a Tarian Glyndŵr rally of Pobl Glyndŵr proclaiming 'Land and Liberty'. Suitable 'assembly points' could be Penysarn or the location of Gadfa for a walk onto Mynydd Trwysglwyn aka Parys Mountain to, in the first instance, rename in the name of 'Gwerin Owain' (from whom it was stolen in 1406) and, secondly, reclaim for Cenedl Glyndŵr?
Remember to take protest 'Bechod Dros Cymru - 29 Ebrill 2011' placards and plenty of Baneri Glyndŵr with you. Take photos and put into the public domain via the web to clearly show that not all Cymry are celebrating this English Royal Wedding. It's a pity we did not get 100's of 'Bechod Dros Cymru 29-04-2011' balloons produced in time to release off the mountain with the message of "Cofiwch Owain Glyndŵr - 1406 and Mynydd Trwysglwyn - Land Stolen from Gwerin Owain Ynys Môn" printed on a card tied to each balloon. Nevertheless, Pobl Glyndŵr could certainly get posters and placards done on similar lines to place around the area. Unfortunatly, I personally cannot join you in protest as I have just spent a long weekend up North and am now committed to 'Bechod 2011' action in the South.
16 Jun 2007 ... near to Gadfa, Isle of Anglesey/Sir Ynys Mon, Great Britain. Windfarm seen from Parys Mountain.Trysglwyn wind farm, as seen from Parys ...
www.geograph.org.uk/photo/468746 - Cached
Pobl Glyndŵr - Ynys Môn - You have an important 'Glyndŵr Battlefield' Site on the Island, The Battle Of Rhos y Meirch 1405, has it been marked? Unfortunatly, it ended in a Welsh defeat and a year later, the English were to take Ynys Môn and Glyndŵr's supporters surrendered or fled the Island.
TIME TO GET RID OF THAT ENGLISH ROYALIST PLAQUE ON SENEDD-DY GLYNDŴR, MACHYNLLETH! Request it be removed as it signifies the English Crown as sovereignty over Senedd Glyndŵr. That cannot be.