Controversial website & dangerous book in Cornwall
Outspoken and controversial Cornish historian, researcher and author, John Angarrack, has again revealed much of Cornwall’s secret history in a new website to be found at:
The website bears much similarity to official Duchy of Cornwall sites but claims to reveal the terrible truth and intrigues of Cornwall’s actual monarch, Charles, Duke of Cornwall, Prince of Wales et al.
Certainly the talk in Cornwall is just how long the website will be allowed to remain as most believe that the Duke will use his considerable power to have it removed.
Mr Angarrack, whose previous books include ‘Breaking the Chains’ and ‘Our Future is History’ has gone on to write and publish yet another book which seeks to reveal the truth about Prince Charles’ iron grip on his private feudal estate and massive personal income and wealth of the Duchy of Cornwall. 'Scat t'Larrups?: Resist and Survive' is bound to provoke hot debate in Cornwall and probably further afield and is tipped to become a best seller.
‘Breaking the Chains’ was so popular that it ran out of print and ‘Our Future is History’ has had repeated print runs and following continual police raids where the book was seized, soon achieved cult status amongst Cornish and other Celtic activists. Indeed, in bookshops across Cornwall, Angarrack's books have outsold even Harry Potter novels !
‘Scat t’Larrups?: Resist and Survive’ sets out to explain the history and hidden laws of Cornwall and reveals how the devious Prince Charles seeks to destroy Cornish identity by various nefarious means and abusing his position of power and privilege,influencing the Judiciary, the media, press control, the police, educationalists politicians perhaps even to the point of arranging for harassment and raids on the homes of Cornish Nationalists which continues as this is written in the case of Tony Leamon of Falmouth, who has been subjected to cruel and inhumane treatment at the hands of the police in Cornwall.
Described as more thrilling than a Tom Clancy novel, Mr. Angarrack has warned all who gain possession of his latest book that it carries a ‘public health warning’ in that it might provoke more police raids on those found in possession of it.
Many people in Cornwall who have their houses raided and copies of his books seized would probably be inclined to agree. However, there is no official ban in place on any of his work – yet!
More details of Angarrack’s books may be found at: http://johnangarrack.co.uk/