DESECRATION OF A HERO: Sick climate activist dumps human feces on Captain Tom Moore memorial

DESECRATION OF A HERO: Sick climate activist dumps human feces on Captain Tom Moore memorial
Protester Maddie Budd, 21, can be seen pouring human feces and urine on Captain Tom Moore's memorial (Justin Tallis/AFP via Getty Images, End UK Private Jets/Twitter)

 
DERBYSHIRE, UK: In an outrageous act to bring attention to the "collapsing NHS" and "environmental issues", a protester has dumped human feces and urine all over Captain Sir Tom Moore Memorial. Maddie Budd, 21, who is a protester from End UK Private Jets, recorded her act and shared it on their social media, which has brought a huge public outcry. 

In the footage, the young protester can be seen walking towards the memorial, shaped similar to the late British Army turned fundraiser, in Thistley Meado, Hatton, Derbyshire, as she carries a large container with her. Budd was wearing a white tshirt, with "END UK PRIVATE JETS" printed on it. She then stands on a crate and pours down the contents of the container over Captain Moore's memorial.

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“Every time a UK private jet takes off it ‘pours a bucket of s**t and blood onto everything that Captain Tom stood for,” Budd said later in a statement.

"People are going to say that he's a hero, people are going to say that this is profoundly, obscenely disrespectful to his life, and to the NHS he stood up for and I agree. I was studying to become a doctor because I believe in taking care of people. If we believe that the NHS is important, if we believe in taking care of each other, if we believe that NHS workers are doing essential work, why are forcing our healthcare system into collapse, why are we forcing our civilisation into collapse, why is basically no-one taking this genocide of all humanity seriously?” she further said.
 
The former medical student concluded, “All of this is true and the Government won't even End UK Private Jets.”
 
Who is Captain Tom Moore and what’s his legacy?
 
Captain Tom Moore became a symbol of hope for many in 2020 after he walked 100 laps of his garden with an aim to raise funds for NHS Charities during the Covid-19 lockdown. Though British World War II veteran's idea was to reach a $1115  figure, instead he managed to surprise himself by raising massive $36.5 million.
 
The selfless gesture of the former army man, a few months away from his 100th birthday was appreciated worldwide, and later he got knighted for his effort by the Queen in July 2020. Moreover, Captain Tom was appointed an honorary colonel of the Army Foundation College. He also featured on a cover of ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ and for that scored a number one single. Captain Tom Moore passed away in February, 2011, at the age of 100.

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