Royal Agricultural College students
Posted by admin - May 29, 2011
The Royal Agricultural College (RAC) is the oldest agricultural college in the English speaking world and has been at the forefront of agricultural education since 1845. According to their website their "students have gone on to enjoy success and make a significant contribution in a wide range of professions around the world." Last year some of the Royal Agricultural College students chose to target charity sites dedicated to the welfare of corvids and also a Facebook page set up to support the aims of Against Corvid Traps. Below are details of just a few of the posters and their comments:
Willaim Groves Cooper encouraged people to abuse the ACT Facebook group on 'Overheard at RAC.' Campaigned to be chairman of the Student Union at the Royal Agricultural College. William is a Member of the ‘British Association of Equine Dental Technicians’ and is Examined and Approved by ‘The British Equine Veterinary Association’ and ‘The British Veterinary Dental Association’. His business is called William Cooper Equine Denistry South West. On his Facebook page there is a photo of him naked lying across a wall above the Royal Agricultural College stroud road entrance sign — it's not a pretty sight!
Alisdhair Lochrane a Royal Agricultural College student who lists his hobby as 'killing things' and supports the Conservatives and the Old Berks Hunt.
Charles posted using the alias Deborah Meadon (he's a big fan):
Aidan Charles Sinclair Gill from Cradley, West Midlands, studied business management at the Royal Agricultural College. Supports fox hunting, shooting and the Conservatives and his favourite quote is 'Me in RSPCA shop "Have you got any real fur?"'
Thomas Joshua Adams a Royal Agricultural College student from Taunton, Somerset, whose hobbies are 'Shooting and Hunting, Etc' and is a supporter of the Countryside Alliance.
If these are the calibre of people the Royal Agricultural College are churning out to "make a significant contribution in a wide range of professions around the world" God help us and wildlife!