I've got to look the guy in the mirror square in the eye.
And if I'm a member of an organisation with this guy on the committee, I can't be.
I joined the Campaign only last year, specifically to vote for their Space for Cycling document
Not assaulting a child in the street is a more important ethic for me than campaigning for better cycle infrastructure. Call me weird but that is how I'm built, if I can help it I won't put my name to something Colin Rosenstiel runs - even the Liberal Democrats wouldn't have him as a councillor any more, but Cambridge Cycling Campaign don't share their weeding criteria.
I've been pondering this for quite a long time, and I've become sickened at my own inactivity. No more.
So, membership card destroyed and email sent resigning membership.
I don't anticipate a cascade of membership resignations from an organisation which, like most, is made up of members who mostly don't get involved - this isn't about them. Its about the accusing looks from the guy in the mirror who knows better than I do that you can't betray your conscience and still be a good man.