Tuesday, 2 May 2017
SUMMER CAMPAIGNING 2017 FOR LAND AND LIBERTY - PATRIOTS TAKE BACK THE LAND IN A WALES LAND ACT CAMPAIGN - MAWR - MYNYDD Y GWAIR 2017.
Thursday, 2 February 2017
MYNYDD Y GWAIR - CYMRWCH Y TIR YN NOL! - THE LAND WE NEED TO TAKE BACK UPON WHICH PATRIOTS ONCE BECOMING PARTISANS WILL COMMIT TO RADICAL NATIONALIST STRUGGLE FOR LAND AND LIBERTY? YES!
After 25 years it is nearly all over for Mynydd y Gwair or is it? The Footpath closure situation was Advertised by Public Notices in the local Press and elsewhere last year. Local Ramblers clubs Members were circulated with details asking them to Object. Nobody did. As it is now it is all Legal as regards the closures etc. Sorry to be negative but it is all too late? A long lone battle was fought and those who fought the hardest were stabbed in the back by several – worst of all the inactivity by Plaid Cymru over years ! This could have been a modern day Capel Celyn for Plaid Cymru but they would rather stick to their “green” chapel replacements and support the Duke of Beaufort. It has been like shaking scythes at cannon as they did in Ireland at Vinegar Hill except we were so few here against all the big guns – the “big guns” this time were incredibly clever and very well resourced Barristers working for the Duke and the German developers! Whatever the struggle continues not simply to stop a Construction Road and Wind Farm but to challenge the right of English Aristocrats, medieval Conquistadors and present day capitalists and now Eco – Colonial exploiters as well to ravage our land and make huge profits. We say no! will you join us in our campaign to rid Mynydd y Gwair of the ‘Beaufort Bunch’ if nothing else this would be a great victory.
FOOTPATH WAYS TO THE RWE ROAD
TAKE BACK OUR LAND
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Monday, 30 January 2017
16 WINDMILLS = 16 CROSSES
#MYNYDD Y GWAIR
WIND FARM CEMETARY
NOW TO THE MOVIES
Monday, 23 January 2017
RISE UP THE RED PITCHFORK TIME TO RENEW OUR STRUGGLE TO TAKE BACK THE LAND OF 'SOMERSET FIELD' ON INTENDENDED MYNYDD Y GWAIR WIND FARM SITE.
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SEIZE THE TIME -ARE YOU UP TO IT OR ONLY GOOD FOR RALLYING AT CILMERI TO LOOK TOUGH WHEN YOUR MOST CERTAINLY NOT, ARE YOU?
CYMRWCH Y TIR YN NOL!
PREPARE - ORGANISE - EQUIP - TRAIN - MOBALISE TO FIGHT FOR VICTORY OVER CONQUEST AND COLONIALISM.
EASTER 2017 SOMERSET FIELD - YOUR DATE WITH DESTINY NOT DEATH SO FEAR NOT - BE BRAVE!
FIGHT FOR LAND AND LIBERTY NOT JUST DREAM OF FREEDOM OVER A PINT AT TAFARN LLYWELYN!
BE A WELSH WARRIOR NOT A PATHETIC FRINGE WELSH WIMP!
IT IS TIME FOR WELSH NATIONALISTS TO DECIDE ARE THEY WIMPS OR WARRIORS, WELL WHAT IS IT TO BE FOREVER MORE FLAGWAVERS, DRUM BEATERS AND CHEAP CYMRIC SLOGANISERS OR FREEDOM FIGHTER FOR LAND AND LIBERTY?
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Thursday, 3 November 2016
DAKOTA PIPELINE TO BE REROUTED? NATIVE AMERICAN GUTS, DETIRMINATION AND MASSIVE DEMONSTRATIONS TO WIN A GREAT VICTORY FOR LAND AND LIBERTY!
IF ONLY THE WELSH WERE AS BRAVE AND FOUGHT AGAINST RWE/BEAUFORT TO REGAIN MYNYDD Y GWAIR/SOMERSET FIELD AND THE COMMONS FROM THE LAND GRABBERS - ECONOMIC COLONISERS. BUT NO WELSH DON'T CARE AND WELSH NATS ARE SIMPLY WIMPS BUT WILL SOON GATHER AT RALI CILMERI AND PRETEND THEY ARE WORTHY FIGHTERS FOR FREEDOM WHEN MOST CERTAINLY THY ARE NO MORE THAN A PATHETIC FRINGE OF fb FUSILIERS AND NOT A PATRIOTIC FRONT OF
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Sunday, 30 October 2016
Tuesday, 18 October 2016
In 1808, Parliament passed the Dean Forest (Timber) Act in response to a severe shortage of naval timber. The act included the provision to enclose 11,000 acres (4,452 ha) and responsibility for its execution fell to a young, newly appointed, deputy surveyor named Edward Machen. He established his office at Whitemead Park, in Parkend, and in 1814 he enclosed and replanted Nagshead, the main woodland of Parkend.
By 1816 all 11,000 acres (45 km2) had been enclosed. Ordinary foresters were already poverty stricken, but now their plight had grown worse; They were denied access to the enclosed areas and so were unable to hunt in them or remove timber. In particular, they lost their ancient grazing and mining rights.
Unrest was growing, but at first there was no organised resistance as the foresters had been told that the fences would be removed after 20 years; once the oaks were mature enough to withstand grazing.
In 1828 and 1829, the Foresters petitioned to have the fences removed, but were turned down. In 1830 the 'Committee of Free Miners' chose Warren James to petition the Chief Commissioner and others in London.
A petition from James, opposing the commission's parliamentary bill, was presented to the House of Commons on 11 June 1830, but foundered.After further efforts to have the fences removed failed, James finally called the Free Miners to action. A notice, dated 3 June 1831, was distributed and instructed Free Miners to meet on the following Wednesday "for the purpose of opening the Forest".
James and Machen knew each other well, as both were regular churchgoers at Parkend. On Sunday 4 June they held a public meeting outside the church gates in Parkend. It was a final attempt to resolve the matter peaceably, but they could agree on nothing. The date given on the notice is "Meet on Wednesday next the 7th instant for the purpose of Opening the Forest...." Wednesday was in fact the 8th, but the wording may only be confusing in the context of modern-day interpretation. In any case, it was on the 8th that they met.
Machen confronted James at Park Hill enclosure, between Parkend and Bream, but James, who was leading a group of over 100 foresters, proceeded to demolish the fences there. Machen, and about 50 unarmed Crown Officers, were powerless to intervene. He returned to Parkend and sent for troops.
Maybe an outing to Forest of Dean would be interesting June 2017?