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Jah Kable

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Why is it OK for corporations to outsource work to countries that violate the corporation's home country labor laws?

Prime Example: Nike and Apple. Paying about 15 bucks a day to KIDS in other countries making their products so they can sell them for a major mark up everywhere. Now If they can make these products for a total of like 5 bucks, why do we pay 100-500 bucks for these things? This just seems greedy to me And seems like it could be a legitimate reason for the recession. GRRRR this is frustrating. They are hoarding so much money they couldn't possibly spend it. Letting this happen is madness. Yet not doing or saying anything is the standard "accepted" action. Like a friend told me "We don't need a revolution because that implies returning to a broken point in the cycle, We need an evolution." Yeah he blew my mind too. :D Keep it clean and friendly everyone. Looking forward to your ideas. Lets get this some traction and change the world.

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  • Aug 6 2013: I think the world's at a much better phase when it comes to this. The response in Bangladesh from the Europeans will produce progress compared to the Wall-Mart commission and they will. BEsides it slows down the replacement of people with machines part of Detroit's problem is there not replacing people with machines fast enough not like Chattanooga but airplanes. Air planes painted entirely by robot the big ticket items that's what you want. Leave the small stuff for the others.
    Jah not talking Turkey after the coup?

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