There has always been a fair number of Xenophobes and down right Racist throughout these Islands, and we must accept Wales has more than its fair share of them.
I don't think I am alone in thinking that Brexit has given them a boost and allowed them to voice their vile opinions openly.
It has also allowed the media and even main stream politicians to make xenophobic comments believing that Brexit has killed of what they regard as the PC Brigade
It also seems that Brexit has empowered the Anti- Cymraeg sentiments and opened the door for them hem to attack our language
It surfaced in the Radio Programme any question to put forward this question last week
Any Questions? @BBCAnyQuestions Given current financial restraints which would the panel prioritise for extra funding in Wales. The Welsh language or care budget? #bbcaq
It is very rare for questions of a Welsh nature to be asked on this programme even when it comes from Wales and you can't help thinking the BBC are deliberately stirring up trouble
It comes after the Television equivalent Question Time allowed a question on the council's proposal to change the language category of Llangennech schools to Welsh medium/
The agenda included a raft of questions concerning the council's proposal to change the language category of Llangennech schools to Welsh medium
I am not saying that these questions shouldn't be asked but they seem designed to deliberately stir up Anti- Cymraeg sentiments .
It is not only in the BBC that we are seeing a rise in Anti-Cymraeg sentiments
The worrying thing for me is that the Labour representative Nia Griffiths seemed reluctnt to stand up for the language and leads me to wonder if they are reverting back to thier old Anti-Cymraeg ways believing it is a stick to attack Plaid Cymru.
As a non Welsh speaker I have no problem with signs in Cymraeg and am at least "familiar " with the language you would suspect after 50 years she would be also.
This led to the usual Ant-Cymraeg trolling
One wonders to what extent this view is shared other Liberal Democrats in Wales as I have not seen any reaction from them maybe Peter Black can tell us what he thinks?
I hope that this rise in Anti-Cymraeg voices will be seen by progressives not only in Wales but throughout the UK as an example of the Xenophobia and Racism that Brexit has let grow like a weed in what we hoped was a tolerant and friendly garden.