Every so often, we wonder over to Our Kingdom. Basically, we find it a tosspot, full of itself, PC, middleclass, anti-English project.
Popping over today, we found Tom Griffin flagging up the views of Plaid Cymru Assembly member Leanne Woods:
Labour and many of the left parties have argued that Scottish and Welsh nationalism is regressive – a diversion that undermines British working class unity, which should be opposed. They refuse to acknowledge the inevitability of both countries becoming, at some point in the future, independent.
And when we leave the union, what will England then do? The loudest expressions of English national identity have until recently come from the far right. Often confusing Britishness and Englishness, theirs has been an imperialist, exclusive and racist nationalism, one that progressives rightly abhor.
But there are growing signs of progressive voices in England who are seriously addressing the issue of post-devolution English identity.
My God - think of the injustices visited upon the English by racist Little Waleans, many of whom believe themselves to be ethnically pure "Celts". Think of the fact that the British National Party Leader IS WELSH. Think of the current state of health apartheid, the West Lothian Question, which none of our non-racist, touchy feely Welsh neighbours see any need to mention. Because it only affects the English.
But it was big of Leanne Woods to drop a few encouraging words our way.
And nice of Tom Griffin to flag it up on OK. All fantasy pure bred "Celts" together, is it?