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Walmart Bangladesh SweatShop Extreme Exploitation


Corporate predators such as Bharti Walmart India seek inexpensive labour internationally. Countries like China, India, Honduras, Jordan, Haiti, and Bangladesh have been entrapped in such a way that they become the slave labor work for the ones who created the elaborate trap for them.

Bharti Walmart India

Bharti Walmart India

Transnationals giants such as walmart, Tesco, GAP and many such corporate monsters are unaccountable because they have the financial power to suppress the truth indefinitely. Global sweatshops supply them because they were installed there to enslave the masses. Workers endure horrific conditions because they are forced to do so by the corporations by the force of fear as these people have no were else to go for a job. Some work up to 90 or more hours weekly because of the undue stress laid down on them by the monsters behind these corporations.

They’re wage slaves because they have no where else to go, and they have become completely dependent on the system that was laid out for them. They earn sub-poverty pay because the corporations want to make a profit over the lives of the common people. They’re subjected to punishing harassment, beatings, sexual abuse, and rape if they try to fight back in any manner. The police are used against them if they are trying to voice their problems to the authorities.

Bharti Walmart India

Bharti Walmart India

A Walmart sweatshop is a place of work that violates the law because they have the financial power to do so, and the lawyers to back up the fraud where workers are:

  • tremendous exploitation, including the absence of a living wage or long hours;
  • poor working conditions, such as health and safety hazards;
  • illogical discipline, such as verbal or physical abuse, or
  • fear and threats when they speak out, systematize, or effort to form a union

Women are exploited the most in such places because they are the weaker section of the society, and they can be paid less than men. Around 90% of the workforce is female in such workshops because they can be hired at lower wages in poor countries, and women have to work to survive. Most are aged 15 – 25 which should be the time when they should be studying to become strong members of society but the opposite is happening in this situation. Globalization also takes a heavy environmental toll in such countries because the factory conditions laid down by the corporations is highly depraved.

Bharti Walmart India

Bharti Walmart India

People have continuously died in fires in Walmart Sweatshops in Bangladesh over the last 6 years, and they absolutely no action just because they will have to spend billions on the people who are working for them. They simply enjoy the death of the slaves just because its good profit. They plan to use Bangladesh as the next China, and they plan to accelerate exports by 2020 which means that the level of exploitation of these people is going to grow over a period of time, and most people are going to be ripped apart in this evil corporate machine that feeds on people itself.

Tommy Wade

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