Do they come much madder than this?
The Welsh Christian Party says having a red dragon - an animal it believes symbolises the devil - on the national flag is at odds with Wales' position as a Christian nation.
It is calling for the flag which has officially been in place since 1959, to be replaced with the black and gold cross of St David.
The party's leader, the Rev George Hargreaves, said, "We will not allow this evil symbol of the devil to reign over Wales for another moment.
"Wales is the only country in history to have a red dragon on its national flag.
"This is the very symbol of the devil described in The Book of Revelation 12:3.
"This is nothing less than the sign of Satan, the devil, Lucifer that ancient serpent who deceived Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden.
"No other nation has had this red dragon as its ruling symbol.
"Wales has been under demonic oppression and under many curses because of this unwise choice.
Well, if they're against the red Welsh dragon on the flag, shouldn't they also be looking askance at the notably similar rampant red Scottish lion on the Royal Standard?
To me, this flag is waaaay more offensive. Leaving aside the unmerited assertion of Royal worthiness (being vaguely descended from thieves and murderers seems a poor qualification for adulation but maybe I'm just picky), England gets twice the space of Scotland or Ireland.
It seemingly lays claim to all of Ireland, and - surely a better platform for a Welsh party to fight - there's no Welsh feature at all. Whilst this may be a more accurate depiction of the real state of constitutional bias in the UK, it's hardly what we should be affirming by sticking it all over a new batch of coins.
Anyway, back to the main topic, who exactly is this person who can say with a straight face that Wales has suffered fifty years of 'demonic oppression' because of its flag?
The Welsh Christian Party is one wing of Hargreaves' Christian Party. They were outraged at the recent atheist bus adverts
So they responded with one of their own
The clue to what sticks in George Hargreaves' craw lies in considering the adage that there's none more zealous than the convert.
Before he formed the Christian Party in 2006 he'd dallied at the edge of politics, standing for election in the Referendum Party. His own party, though, has allowed free rein to his even less tolerant leanings on abortion and other issues.
For the Welsh Christian Party, the practice of homosexuality will be presented as a sinful activity alongside sex out of marriage.
Hargreaves wasn't always a modern day Mary Whitehouse. Come back 25 years and we find him somewhere altogether different, initiating the revenue stream that funds his bigotry work to this day.
an anti-abortion group contesting every UK seat in the European elections is being directly funded by royalties from Sinitta’s 1980s disco classic ‘So Macho’.
The song reached number two in 1985, sold over a million copies and still generates around £10,000 a month for the man who wrote it, the Rev George Hargreaves, a songwriter and promoter turned Christian.
As it's sung by a woman, So Macho is often taken as an offensively sexist song ('I want a man who will dominate me / Someone to love and protect me / And take care of my every need'). But it was actually a Hi-NRG record aimed squarely at coke-and-poppers gay clubs.
As if to prove the point, the B-side is called Cruising.
Well then, Mr Hargreaves. We know what homophobia really says about someone, don't we?