Tough as a Coal-Miner’s Daughter

Ethnic Bias

December 30, 2016

This is an offence in common law, which is why one such incident was recently investigated by the Neath Hate Crime Unit, which expressed deep concern, and rightly so. In my opinion, a remark about being the son of a coal miner is ethnic bias. It is an offence in common law, a violation of human rights. Much of my poetry is about coal mining, they were highly intelligent people in this village. Their level of culture was much higher than that in a university department for example. My Bro Iaith policy is designed to revive the language and culture. refusal to recognize a coat of arms is an offence under the law of arms, and could be construed as ethnic bias. In fact, being raised to the Gentry is minor compared with being descended from the Princes. In the law of Hywel Dda that means that one is a nobleman or Uchelwr. This was the rank held by Owain Glyndw^r. Aneurin Bevan was also the son of a coal miner, and a coal miner himself. So were tens of thousands of distinguished people. People who make such remarks should try a shift underground one day.”

Your rant is as clear as coal-slurry Ron. Are you upset at being called the son of a coal-miner, or at not being granted your true ethnic status?  If the coal-miners were more intelligent than university staff, why did you aspire to become one of the latter rather than enjoying the poetry-readings and mathematical theorizing at the coal-face? Some minimal experimentation on the angle-of-repose of wet coal-slurry might have avoided a later disaster.  Could you not pass the coal-mine entry examinations?  We certainly think that the world of science would have benefited greatly from your being a coal-miner rather than a wannabe physicist. Did you ever try a shift underground? Is it too late”

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One Response to “Tough as a Coal-Miner’s Daughter”

  1. GwasArglwyddauGwyraGlyntawe Says:

    Is this the unemployed and unemployable person writing about ethnic bias? Is the the person who was featured prominently in his local newspaper a while ago, and ridiculed for saying a building plot near his two up two down “university” should only be sold to a particular ethnic type of person? Is this the person who persecutes neighbors denigrating them with ethnic slurs whilst trying to land grab their properties? Is this the person who squandered over £20,000 on wasted legal fees he is going to have to pay? We all need answers. What says you readers?

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