In an outrageous act to draw attention to the “collapsing NHS” and “environmental issues,” a protester dumped human waste and urine all over the Captain Sir Tom Moore Memorial in Derbyshire, United Kingdom. A huge public outcry was caused when End UK Private Jets protester Maddie Budd, 21, recorded her act and posted it to their social media.
The young protester is seen carrying a sizable container as she walks toward the memorial, which is shaped like the late British Army turned fundraiser, in Thistley Meado, Hatton, Derbyshire. Budd had the words “END UK PRIVATE JETS” printed on a white t-shirt. Then, while perched atop a crate, she dumps the container’s contents over Captain Moore’s monument.
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Budd later released a statement in which he claimed that “every time a UK private jet takes off, it pours a bucket of s**t and blood onto everything that Captain Tom stood for.”
“People will call him a hero and agree with me when they say that this is profoundly, obscenely disrespectful to his life and the NHS he fought for. I was training to be a doctor because I think that caring for people is important. Why are we driving our healthcare system into collapse, why are we driving our civilisation into collapse, why is basically no one taking this genocide of all humanity seriously 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?” she continued.
“All of this is true, and the government won’t even end UK private jets,” the former medical student concluded.
Who is Captain Tom Moore and what’s his legacy?
Captain Tom Moore, who completed 100 laps of his garden to raise money for NHS Charities during the Covid-19 lockdown, became a symbol of hope for many in 2020. Though the British World War II veteran intended to raise $1115, he managed to shock himself by amassing a whopping $36.5 million.
Ahead of his 100th birthday, the former soldier made a selfless act that was appreciated all over the world. In July 2020, the Queen knighted him in recognition of his efforts. Captain Tom also received a promotion to honorary colonel at the Army Foundation College. Additionally, he appeared on a cover of “You’ll Never Walk Alone” and earned a number one single for it. At the age of 100, Captain Tom Moore passed away in February 2011.