This Morning fans in hysterics as Eamonn Holmes cuts off ‘moaning’ PETA spokesperson
By Rose Hill – Mirror
This Morning viewers were in hysterics as Eamonn Holmes continued to cut off a PETA spokesperson, who was blasted for “moaning” about ‘speciesism’.
This comes after St Edward’s primary school in Cheltenham sparked controversy with the animal rights group after adding alpacas to their herd of goats and their brood of chickens.
All of the animals are cared for by staff and students and teachers hope that looking after them will help give the pupils a better understanding of the world around them.
However PETA don’t agree and have blasted the addition of alpacas, which they have said is an act of “speciesism”.
They have also claimed that the move makes staff as bad as “sexists or racists”.
PETA spokesperson Jennifer White told hosts Eamonn Holmes and Ruth: “Speciesism is the belief that humans are superior to any other animal and that’s how humans justify exploiting* them.”
*NOTE: To exploit means to use for noble purposes. Her reeling against so-called speciesism is really a way for animal rights groups, like PETA, to condemn human beings overall, except themselves of course.
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