Activist Dumps Human Waste On World War Veteran’s Memorial

Climate change activist Maddie Budd poured human feces and urine on a memorial for a World War II veteran claiming to be protesting against the use of private jets.

The 21-year-old activist desecrated the memorial to Captain Sir Tom Moore, who was affectionately known by the people of the U.K. as Captain Tom. The WWII veteran has been celebrated for his philanthropy, as he raised large sums of money for the charity associated with the National Health Service (NHS) during the COVID pandemic ahead of his 100th birthday.

Captain Tom passed away in early 2021 after becoming a living legend.

Many are confused about the climate change activist’s decision to desecrate Captain Tom’s memorial, as he is not known to have ever owned a private jet. Nonetheless, Budd attempted to connect him to her ranting about climate change.

“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 civilization into collapse, why is basically no one taking this genocide of all humanity seriously?” she complained.

“All of this is true and the government won’t even end UK private jets, every time one takes off, it pours a bucket of s**t and blood onto everything that Captain Tom stood for,” Budd added — apparently ignorant of the fact that the person literally pouring human waste on a memorial to Captain Tom’s memory was her.

A person who identified themselves as Austin Cox on Twitter replied to a post from End Private Jets UK claiming that he was the person who had gifted the memorial of Captain Tom and that he would be “pursuing Maddie for vandalism”.

“I am the person who gifted the memorial to Thistley Meadow, and would like to inform you that We will be pursuing Maddie for vandalism. We will work with the police to ensure this is taken as far as possible,” he tweeted.