RSPCA members will vote to fill five of 25 seats on council this month, and there are just eight candidates.
One candidate is dangerous idiot John Bryant, who has previously been on the RSPCA board and is a former chief officer of the League Against Cruel Sports. He say he wants all dogs and cats spayed and neutered, and he wants to abolish all pet ownership completely. He has compared owning dogs and cats to owning slaves.
Another certifiable loon and budget killer is Peta Watson-Smith, a vegan, who has compared the raising of farm animals to the Nazi holocaust. Speaking to The Times, she said: "I don't think people always appreciate what is the holocaust going on behind closed doors. You talk about the Jews."
Also standing for election are Dr Dan Lyons and Angela Roberts who run the Centre for Animals and Social Justice in Sheffield and who have suggested that seats should be reserved in parliament for representatives elected solely to represent animals.
However the vote goes, at least one or more of these people are going to be part of the inbred cabal of nut jobs, con men, grifters, liars, and direct mail profiteers ripping off old ladies in order to wage war on those who raise animals for the table and manage wildlife for sustainability.
As I have noted in the past, the national RSCA raises vast sums of money under the pretense of helping homeless dogs and cats, but they spend almost nothing on that mission.
Most of the money raised by the RSPCA goes to fund more dunning notices and solicitation letters.