NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE
A number of members and CL News followers from Mann have been venting their frustration of late over some of the reaction to Mec Vannin’s AGM resolutions.
Comments range from the fact that some resolutions have been totally ignored to the fact that others, such as those on the Lt. Governor, renaming the Police so it projects a Manx identity, and the Military, have been given what many believe is media coverage which lacked balance.
Well don’t get angry or irritated – get even!
Both Mec Vannin and the Celtic League Mannin now have active Facebook sites and you can contribute to these. Forget the established media, as Nationalists have successfully done in Scotland, we can get the message out on Social Media and via other means!
In addition this Tynwald Day, as with every past Tynwald Day, Mec Vannin (MV) will have a stand at St. Johns on the field behind the Hill.
This year I believe the Party has Plot No 1 as you enter the field. Please show your support by visiting the stall and joining Mec Vannin (they will be enrolling on the day) or if you are not a ‘joiner’ you can support the Nationalist effort in other ways.
Ahead of Tynwald Day Mec Vannin as usual will be compiling Yn Pabyr Seyr (The Manx Free Newspaper) and contributions for this, articles short or long, cartoons, graphics, etc. will, I feel sure, be most welcome.
Obviously publication of any material supplied is at the discretion of the Editor and Mec Vannin.
I would urge all Celtic League Mannin members not already in MV to support ‘our’ Nationalist Party and of course as always any CL members visiting from the other Celtic countries will I am sure get a warm welcome at the MV stand.
J B Moffatt (Mr)
Director of Information
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