The NEA want to re-forest large parts of Wales to provide a playground for nearby large cities.
Boris wants Wales to provide more water for the south-east of England
The sub-regional strategy for N E Wales wants to build thousands of additional homes, much to the delight of housing developers.
London Government and large energy companies want to cover more of our hills in windfarms.
All these strategies and ideas are initiated in England and will benefit England.
The needs of Welsh communities are, at best, ignored. At worst, they are being trampled upon and - in the case of Bodelwyddan - destroyed.
So what is Wales for? A playground, a commuter estate and an exporter of energy and water?
Or do we take control of our own destiny and decide enough is enough - we will decide on all these issues in the best interest of our communities rather than rapacious developers and remote civil servants who don't give a monkeys about Wales.