“Suo Gân” is a traditional Welsh lullaby written by an anonymous composer.
It was first recorded in print around 1800 and the lyrics were notably captured by the Welsh folklorist Robert Bryan (1858–1920). The song’s title simply means lullaby (suo = lull; cân = song).
Herewith we proclaim with good will, with righteousness and with sacred belonging, the sovereign unity of all Celtic lands and the immortal undying creation of Panceltainia.
YllwChlk has blogged acutely to this day about Celtic independence from Englaend, specifically addressing the concept of South West autonomy under the rule of Truro, Cornwall and the Country of Cornissia.
Here then I would like to publish my own personally favoured political viewpoint of Pancelticism, and what, whilst it may seem a more radical stance on national unity, is grandly the most suitable answer to the ever growing dissident outlook of Englaesh rule.
Whilst this blog actively promotes Celtic independence, it is though more closely aligned with the Panceltic alternative longterm aspiration, to establish a “United States Of Celtic Lands”, as such the devotedly named, Panceltainia.