More disturbing information about the activities of the Labour Party in Llangennech emerged yesterday.
It is now clear that Neil Hamilton's visit to the village was organised and staged in close collaboration with Labour Party supporters, with one of the main players standing as a Labour candidate in May's council elections.
Here is Michaela Beddows explaining how she and Jacqueline (that would be Jacqueline Seward, Labour's candidate for the county council ward) had been liaising with Hamilton and managing the PR.
This is surely a flagrant breach of Labour Party rules, and it will be interesting to see if Party HQ now intervenes to tackle the stench issuing from the Llanelli Labour Party.
One of Jacqueline Seward's other friends, Jacques Protic, was busy as usual on social media over the weekend, sending some frankly creepy messages to broadcaster Lucy Owen and Rydal Penrhos School.
Lucy Owen had posted a picture of her daughter predicting the score in the Wales v England game, with Protic telling her that Wales was a proper rugby team, not for girls. The Rydal Penrhos tweet showed five young boys on a scuba diving course, with Protic asking the school if the girls had chickened out.
The images will not be reproduced here, but have been saved by Protic watchers.
As a reminder, the Labour supporting right-wing extremist (yes, it is possible to be both these days) Protic worked closely with the group campaigning against the proposal to phase out the English medium stream in Llangennech.
Twitter was briefly ablaze yesterday with news from Llangennech which received a visit from Neil Hamilton and Christine, down for the day from Wiltshire to stir things up in the village.
Here are the happy families who claim to speak for 95% of the village saying cheese for the camera:
Sandwiched between Mr and Mrs H is Labour supporting Michaela Beddows, who readers will recall popped up on Question Time to declare that she had never had a problem with UKIP.
Absent from the picture is Labour's Cllr Kim Thomas who last month described plans to turn Llangennech into a Welsh medium school as apartheid - rather an odd thing to say for someone who is governor of a Welsh medium school, you might think.
Perhaps they found time to meet up for a chat later on to compare notes on South African politics because Neil Hamilton could have told her about the time he addressed the pro-Apartheid Springbok Club which wants to restore "civilised rule" to that country.
Drawn into the row on Twitter was Lee Waters, Labour's Assembly Member for Llanelli who is also not averse to dogwhistle politics.
One of the many questions he ignored on Twitter yesterday was whether Labour and UKIP were planning to field joint candidates in Llangennech.
That question was not as tongue in cheek as many might think, as readers can see for themselves if they compare the snapshot of the campaigners smiling happily with the Hamiltons above with this picture of Jacqueline Seward and friends out on the campaign trail last week.
Mrs Seward is standing for Labour in Llangennech and is a core member of the Beddows anti-Welsh medium group.
Seward's tweet was greeted enthusiastically by Jacques Protic, a virulently anti-Welsh nutcase of Serbian origins who runs the notorious hate-filled Glasnost website from his cave up in the north. Protic has previously described himself as a member of the Labour Party, although he believes that Carwyn Jones is a closet Welsh Nationalist.
Protic's interests include support for Donald Trump and right wing extremist groups, including Geert Wilders' PVV party in the Netherlands. He seems to be a fan of the Katie Hopkins, the Daily Mail's Voice of Reason, and quotes her rants with approval. One of his favourite words, as readers of the "Keep Llangennech Primary Dual Stream" website will recognise, is "currently", and currently Protic is fretting about the threats posed by refugees, gangs of Islamic rapists, schools indoctrinating children with anti-Brexit and anti-racist propaganda, as well as the evils of the Welsh language.
Readers of this blog were recently treated to a report of another Labour councillor in Llanelli disseminating leaflets produced by Britain First, a neo-Nazi group which describes itself as patriotic street fighters.
If it is true, as Kevin Madge maintains, that Labour in Llanelli is being infiltrated by "vicious" Corbinystas, the party seems to be just as comfortable cwtshing up to the extreme right.
When Labour's old guard used proudly to describe the party as a broad church, it is safe to say that never in their worst nightmares did they realise quite how broad Labour would become in Llanelli.