posted on Apr, 18 2010 @ 08:58 AM
I was watching channel 172 like amonth ago..thiers a program on late night, i cannot recall its name. But what it is, is students and/or regular
people who go to other countrys and see how jobs really work. Thier all british i belive. In one episode, they went to India..and were tested on wool
gathering. Hundreds of lbs of wool is piled up, has to be put into sacks, then hand or shoulder carried across a lot to a machine that refines it up
more. They wernt as fas or skilled as the regualr wokers. SO, they report on othe camera, how small the wages were, jsut enough to put food on the
table everynight and barely makeing rent. its REALLY backbreaking work from what i saw. In one episode, the toilet backed up, and they had a choice
to make, pay for a plumber, which the renter can do and add it to thier rent, or pay rent* they made enought to just pay rent.
In another scene, they went into the slums of india. Thiers a place, were all top model cloths, jeans, and shoes are made, like Gucci and the
like. What they discovered was, thiers an open sewer channel that goes right through the crowded alley ways, VERY unsanitary. They make little wages,
thier not forced to work, at leat while the camera was running...the managers in both places were nice, sincere, seemed honest, but it was in fact,
near slave labor conditions. Temperatures inside the coth place, were near horendous..so who knows. i was shocked when i learned this.
I mean, for all i know, off camera, the manager guy could have been whipping the thrid world country employees, for not making enough clohs aas a
quoata, maybe not.
the reality of humans in power, and ours/