Animal Extremists Vandalise New King's Portrait With 'Wallace and Gromit' Cartoon Face

Animal Extremists Vandalise New King’s Portrait With ‘Wallace and Gromit’ Cartoon Face


The ominous, intensely red swirling portrait of King Charles III of the United Kingdom has been attacked by an animal extremist group as a protest against what has been called animal cruelty on livestock farms.

Animal Rising, an extremist group agitating for a “just plant-based food system” protested against the Royal Society for the Protection of Animals (RSPCA), one of Britain’s largest charities. The RSPCA runs a farm inspection scheme to ensure welfare standards for farmed animals, and the Animal Rising claims there is actually “cruelty and suffering… dire conditions” at farms, accusing the RSPCA quality assured label on food products of “fooling the British public into thinking” that farmed meat is acceptable.

Ominous Official Portrait of King Charles Panned as Banal at Best,

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