The Aberdeenshire man who bested billionaire Donald Trump in a battle to save his home renewed calls for a public inquiry today into the tacky US tycoon's attempts to open a golf course.
In the wake of a sensational documentary on Mr Trump's plans to develop a three-mile golf course near the village of Balmedie - despite intense local opposition - Hermit Point resident David Milne called on MSPs to strong-arm the SNP cabinet into conducting a public inquiry into contact between Mr Trump's organisations and Scottish officials since the project was announced in 2005.
You've Been Trumped, featuring Mr Milne and other activists, was screened on BBC2 to an audience of 1.1 million people this week - despite Mr Trump's threats of legal action.
But Mr Milne said today the public response had been "truly extraordinary" and that the expose had only just begun.
"We are so grateful for the enormous number of messages of support we have received, including many from people who had previously backed the project.
"Heavy-handed billionaires are not the most serious problem, though, and it is in any case very hard to legislate against them.
"The root of the problems we face is deeper.
"There appears to be a culture within Scottish government, both local and central, both current administrations and previous administrations, where the rules can be bent in favour of developers like Mr Trump and against communities like ours."