Tim Dwelly, the Labour party Cornwall Council candidate for Penzance East, doesn't seem to like answering questions on either his personal views or even those of the Labour party he is representing.
The Labour party were responsible for setting the infamous 'bonkers' housing targets contained in their Regional Spatial Strategy. Under Labour 68,000 houses were due to be built on a green field near you.
Tim Dwelly is a keen supporter of mass house building and has criticised the recent decision by Cornwall Councilors to plan for 42,500 houses in Cornwall over the next 17 years. He believes this is not enough - especially in Penzance.
You can read about Tim Dwelly here.
Tim Dwelly also has some rather right wing views on social housing and the 'right to buy' council housing stock.
"Is offering a social tenancy for life unintentionally encouraging ways of living that value welfare dependency above making your own way?"
Sounds like David Cameron? Actually this is Tim Dwelly.
The problem is that when anyone tries to question him about his views - a legitimate thing to do if he expects people to vote for him surely - he resorts to personal insults and hyperbolae.
I suspect the real Cornish Zetetist would be very depressed to be thought of as being me. Unfortunately, I have to confess that there is no truth whatsoever in Mr Dwelly's assertions.
All this, and many more of his petulant outbursts have now (very wisely) been deleted from his Facebook page.
If you live in Penzance East and you are not happy with mass development in Cornwall then ask Tim why he is keen to implement the Labour policy of building more houses in Penzance than even Cornwall Councils developer's charter is prepared to accept.
You might also want to ask him about his views on social housing and right to buy. If you get any answers then it would be good to hear them as he has steadfastly refused to answer so far.