with desensitizing people to human slaughter
Animal Life is Cheap to Many TV and Film Cooks
Sony, Eric Steel, Nora Ephron, Julie Powell, Scott Rosenberg of Salon, Amanda Hesser of the NY Times Teach Children
to Kill Animals
Nora Ephron, whose ex worked with Mark Felt,
Deep Throat of the FBI, Bob Woodward of a special
White House detachment of naval intelligence
officers, Henry Kissinger, the Meyer family's Post
and packdogs of American warmonger media
to frame Richard Nixon not for bombing Cambodia
but for wishing to remove the American air waves
from Israeli control, was the director of the tasteless
commercial for the American Egg Board, Red Lobster, the American Meat Institute etc. generously called 'film' It is Julie and Julia.
The producer of this film which teaches children
that it is good to inflict pain on helpless beings
is Eric Steel. Actors who joined in the brutal
lobster boiling scene are Amy Adams and Chris Messina.
They promote fur knifed from the cadavers
of animals, Bloomingdale's, copious booze,
pearls untimely ripped from oysters, smoking.
Despite worldwide campaigns against baby cow
eating (veal), lobster cruelty etc they aggressively
feature these items. There are 18 promotions
of factory farmed eggs, 12 of butter (product
made from mother's milk diverted from calves),
3 of cheese, 5 of suffocated fish, 1 of slaughtered
pigeon, 5 of heart attack cream, at least 5 frames
of lobster flesh, 1 of turkey, 4 of ducks (including
deboning), several scenes of decapitated chicken
corpses sewn up from stem to stern, 2 of cake,
1 of milk, 3 of Mad Cow gelatin or Jello, 2 of
pig flesh, 7 of cow flesh, 1 of yogurt, 1 of a calf's
foot (reminding one of vegan Mark Braunstein's "When
one eats cow's tongue who is tasting whom?"
We see an open market and animal parts are displayed, such as pig snouts, and an animal with fur (it's not clear what it is). A woman drops three live lobsters into a pot of boiling water (she is uncomfortable about the act), one pushes the lid off the pot, and the woman screams and runs out of the kitchen (we hear screeching from the pot). (Poster's note: then her partner comes into the
room.. and puts a lobster who escaped back into
the pot of boiling water and screws down the potlid.. for this man and woman act of barbarism
she calls him a saint) A woman cuts through a live lobster's shell with a loud crunch. Badly prepared poached eggs float in water. A woman uses a very sharp knife and bones a duck (we see the first cut down the back).
The audience is told that Julia Child recommends
killing a lobster by shoving a needle between his 2
eyes. This form of 'pithing' demonstrated in
unconscious biology classes has been banned
.. in most places.. but was still being done at Cornell University which
vivisects primates and other animals in Ithaca NY.
The US Smithsonian Institution's costly exhibit of Julia Child's kitchen
is akin to the British wax museum depiction of the molded
likenesses of serial killers. In the case of Child's kitchen
the victims were eaten.
The Smithsonian was involved in a scandal involving
trophy hunters from the Safari Club and other
international serial killers of rare animals... the institution
received an illegally murdered (some animals are legally
murdered) bighorn sheep from Russia.
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