Celtic League appeal for support for An garrack's Cornish Fighting Fund
The Secretary of the Cornish Branch of the Celtic League ( An Kesunyans Keltek - Scoren Kernewek ) has joined in growing calls for wide support of John Angarrack's 'Cornish Fighting Fund '.
Mr. Angarrack ( 'The Rock ' ), author and historical researcher as well as being a political activist hailed by many as a ' King Arthur ' like figure and who enjoys a massive following in the Duchy, has stated his intention to legally challenge the over centralised and much despised Westminster Government to the ultimate court over their refusal to recognise the Celtic Cornish people and to accord them equal status to the many other National groups.
Businessman, Per Iwan Le Moine, a Breton but now resident and working in Cornwall, comments:
"If you are too busy to get involved in the many existing Cornish movements, or too involved in your own, but still would like to help, just visit:
and make a pledge to help bring proper Cornish history and culture to future generations of Cornish school children.
This one action brought by Cornwall 2000 against the state and Duchy would free Cornwall from the ritual rubbish fed to our children in schools today.
However, they need a safety net and this fighting fund is it; the governments has got got its own safety net when mocking and humiliating the Cornish in court - it's called tax payers' money.
Any monies pledged may or may not be used. Should the latter is the case, then any funds pledged and given would be returned to you. "
Mr. Le Moine, a founder member of the ' Cornish Solidarity ' mass protest movement some years ago, has closely supported John Angarrack and the Cornwall 2000 Human Rights Organisation down the years appeals to Cornish people not only at home but overseas to join in this legal action being mounted against the Westminster Government and probably Charles Windsor, Duke of Cornwall and being a fellow Celt, extends his appeal to Celts everywhere.
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