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News :: Education : Environment
WBUR Boston Promotes Animal Torture Of Bridget Lancaster
08 Apr 2016
Bridget Lancaster of America's Test Kitchen teaches children that inflicting pain on sentient creatures is ok. She is programming children to be violent. WBUR gave her airtime on the 8th.
Please object. http://www.wbur.org/contact
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Bridget Lancaster who tells millions to freeze alive lobsters before dropping them alive into boiling water.
Over 99% of PBS' 200 or more cooking
shows are promotions for cadaver food or food stolen
from captive animals. Of these, few are worse than those of Bridget Lancaster of America's Test Kitchen who told millions to
freeze living lobsters before dropping them alive into boiling water.
In April of 2006, WBUR Radio which has a contact with the NY Times, featured Bridget Lancaster and gave a promotion to Michael Pollan, the Times columnist who bought
a baby bull (known as a heifer) and oversaw his slaughter a few
months later. Heifer International, which sends baby animals to lives of slavery and slaughter, promotes the writing of Michael Pollan.
Please object to WBUR.
http://www.wbur.org/contact


Bridget Lancaster of the PBS carried show America's Test Kitchen advocated putting living lobsters in the freezer, because said Bridget, living lobsters put into boiling water put up a fight.. The show proceeded as Bridget after dropping the frozen alive lobster into boiling water let him be cooked, took him out, and proceeded to tear off his claws 'as casually as if she were tearing off pieces of a loaf of French bread'*. There are those who like to kill and eat lobsters. Why can't cooks chop off their heads rather than the screaming agony of the boiling water. Lobsters often try to jump or crawl out.. Pegeen Fitzgerald reported on WOR that her mother had plucked a turkey and put him live into the freezer. 20 minutes later he was still alive. They adopted him as a family pet but his fathers never grew back.

Such disregard for the sentience of living beings and its effect on the audience makes PBS a major source of violence programming. Whether in the killing and cooking of diverse creatures, promotion of war on news shows, deforesatation shilling in the house reconstruction shows, propaganda for research on animals, zoo confinement, and farm animal slavery in the children's shows, violence to living beings is a theme of PBS.

Lobster flesh more each day contain radiation from Fukushima and other nuclear power plants around the world. Their flesh is correlated to food poisoning fatalities because the creatures are coprophagous, eating the waste of humans and others. Their flesh causes stomach cancer, anaphylactic shock, etc. while the uric acid contributes to arthritis, the homocysteine to Alzheimer's etc. Ocean lobsters contain mercury, chromium, pcb's, insecticide runoff, fertilizer runoff, and thousands of other hazardous chemicals and metals.

Bridget Lancaster,https://kpbs.media.clients.ellingtoncms.com/img/croppedphotos/2014/01/31

http://www.pbs.org/about/contact/programs/

http://www.ed.gov The Department of Education helps fund PBS Please contact them.



* a comment of J.E.C.
See also:
https://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2012/06/10/18715108.php

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