Arthur Uther Pendragon
Arthur Uther Pendragon (born John Timothy Rothwell on 5 April 1954) is an English druid and campaigner in the United Kingdom. He is one of the main individuals who is responsible for the monument at Stonehenge to be open to the public at each solstice. In 1986 he changed his name to Arthur and became a renunciate — renouncing any personal income (relying on the goodwill of friends and supporters in his mission to uphold justice).
- I do soundbites. Remember, I'm the druid that kicks arse — I'm not the druid that gets up there and waffles for 3 hours.
- Upon being complimented on his answer during a Sunrise Festival Interview "David Shayler, King Arthur Pendragon and Kev the Poet at Sunrise 2008" by K Penton, on Radio 4a (2008)
- Lead, follow, or get out of the fucking way.
- His motto for dealing with authority, as quoted in Sunrise Festival Interview "David Shayler, King Arthur Pendragon and Kev the Poet at Sunrise 2008" by K Penton, on Radio 4a (2008)