A courageous and straight-thinking Victoria Senator has asked Queen Elizabeth to withdraw royal patronage from the justifiably maligned RSPCA.
Nationals Senator Bridget McKenzie wrote to the Queen requesting the RSPCA be stripped of its royal entitlement because of its socialist political agenda.
Senator McKenzie accused the animal protection group of getting into bed with the extreme, feminist, anti-human animal activist mob People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
PETA and Animals Australia aided and abetted by national broadcaster, the ABC destroyed the $2 billion live cattle export trade three years ago when the ABC ran footage of stage managed cruelty to animals at an abattoir in Indonesia.
Revelations aired in Federal Parliament described how abattoir workers were paid to mistreat cattle while being filmed.
Senator McKenzie wrote: “At the present time the RSPCA’s focus is spread far and wide and it is now opposed to animals in sports and entertainment, hunting, horse racing and farming including Australia’s $2 billion a year livestock export trade.”
She said the RSPCA was trading on the royal family’s status to attack Australian industry, sports and legitimate hunters.
“Equally our live export trade, which generates around $2 billion a years and 10,000 jobs has positively influenced animal welfare conditions in our export countries, particularly those in Asia,” Senator McKenzie said.
“Australia has put in place measures which lift the welfare standards in these countries where only 0.16 per cent of our exported livestock face a potential adverse animal outcome.”
RSPCA CEO Heather Neil said the group “will not turn our backs on any group of animals including those used in farming where there are more than 850 million animals that need a voice.”
A Mallee farmer, Mr Dick Worthington said Mrs Neil and PETA were “suffering from a terrible delusion, that animals are more important than humans.
“These poor misguided ‘feminatzis’ are taking public subscriptions under false pretences and there should be no taxpayer funds given to these anti-social groups whatsoever,” he said.
“There are only 22 million cattle, 75.5 million sheep, about 1.2 million horses and 4 million goats nationally, so the misinformation continues to harm the farming industry.
“There are about 102.7 million farm animals in the country so Mrs Neil’s 850 million animals, unless she counted cane toads and rabbits, is just like most of their propaganda, deliberate lies.”
Animals Australia feminazi Lyn White, almost single-handedly wrecked the $2 billion live cattle export trade in 2012 with dodgy video evidence and in doing so destroyed hundreds of farming families and caused the suicide of at least 12 farmers.
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