Cornissia, like the other Celtic countries of these lands, would be a dear Republic. That is to say, a country without a Monarchy or King and Queen.
A republic is a form of government in which the country is considered a “public matter”, its laws decided by a process of democracy and is not ever to be the private property of an unelected or hereditory ruler. A republic is thus the opposing form of government to a monarchy and has therefore no monarch as head of state.
The problem with “Britain” is that it has been conditioned for centuries to admire the regular parading of an authoritative figure dressed in gold and rubies, yet who has no say in political matters only the declaration of war… and even though this tradition makes absolutely no democratic sense.
Whilst all attempts were probably made by entities within the media and even government, to restrict or marginalise coverage of the British institutional, historic child sex abuse epidemic, which has been diseasing our nation for decades, if not centuries… the truth doth not kneel to anyone.
As mentioned throughout this blog regarding Cornissian and Panceltic independence, there are many good blessings of becoming a smaller country.
Aside from the positive statistics of economy, stability, well being, good prosperity and utmost peace to other nations, there is the good and righteous stand against the corruption of Big Government.
The Panceltic movement, at its heart, would ideally bring about the independence of all Celtic nations. Namely, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Cornwall.
Doing so, amongst many other political reasons, would finally destroy the corrupt and perverse iron claw of one immoral regime, from reigning over all our peaceful homelands.
This blog post serves as an official record of the mountainous news articles relating to British Institutional Disregard For Children and the attempted cover up by various official departments or entities within the UK establishment.
Please note much of the information detailed here is beyond the realms of civil acceptance. Furthermore these are only in reality a mere tiny handful of articles, compared to the truer whole picture.
This whole picture, which is still to this day being pieced together by experts, may eventually date back to before records even began.
YllwChlk is proud to present the design for a Cornissian flag, following the recent decision to pursue the promotion of South West independence.
Flag design is always a fascinating subject and I myself have often spent many hours browsing through all the nation flags of the world, amazed and inspired by their seemingly abstract self portraits of cultural identity.
Which is what a flag is, I suppose.
Here then the Flag Of Cornissia attempts to convey the same announcement of cultural identity.
South West independence is not a pipe dream. Far from it.
In fact, whilst not mentioned or discussed in the media to any great detail, it is nevertheless talked about in the towns, the parks and indeed on the streets of this great region.
The region here highlighted on the map, is the entire South West and if you do some research, you will discover that this region like many other devolved regions, such as Scotland and Wales, has its own language, its own culture, is historically Celtic by nature, identifies entirely as a separate people from London and is completely unique in its own sovereignty.
YllwChlk has called it Cornissia because historically, the region of Cornwall was itself a truly sovereign state with its own autonomous infrastructure and so politically, it would be sensible to allow Cornwall administrative domain of the entire South West.
Pronounced “cor-nis-sha”, thus differentiating the Cornish as specifically the people of Cornwall and Cornissians as the greater population of Cornissia, its name sings a beauty like the sun upon the seas, a silhouette of a sail and the crushing waves upon a scone coloured coast, as the enchanting lights of Truro begin to dance upon the dusk brushed sky.
In fact once upon a time, Cornwall was its own country and has itself suffered the many pains of foreign rule. Just like Scotland. Just like Wales. Just like Ireland. Just like…. India… China… erm… well, you get the idea.
Today, the undying Celtic heart of the South West and indeed also of the rest of Britain, is beginning to raise its voice.