Cuts, Cuts And More Cuts
Our Welsh Assembly Government has made it be known that there’s less money coming the way of local assets.
That means the upkeep of such things as leisure facilities and libraries will be affected. Indeed, I have heard that some of those facilities may well have to be closed completely.
That is, of course, unless local folk start raising funds to keep them going!
With the Wasteminster government already spending money – much of it paid in by Welsh tax-payers – on what some are already calling “Armageddon” there in the Middle East, one wonders why that illustrious body can’t slip a bit Wales’ way. It could, for instance, keep libraries open.
Alas, though, it seems that libraries are dangerous places. Did I hear you ask “Why?”?
They are dangerous because they contain ideas. And some of those ideas may not coincide with the aims and ideals of those who control us Proles.
Mustn’t have us demanding change, must they?
So, People of Wales, let us unite in saving our local facilities, whatever they may be. And keep our land as fit – and as educated – as it always has tried to be.
And, until I get round to reading a missive sent to me by Plaid Cymru which has Dafydd Wigley’s picture beaming out from it, that is all I have to say at the moment.