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The Third World Factory – And The West (#19)

Now, over 500 people are estimated to have died a horrific death in the collapse of the garment factory in Bangladesh (the number is expected to continue to climb). This is the latest graphic example of Third World exploitation of the poor and the disenfranchised by the majority of local businessmen, who are not familiar with the requirement of having to worry about the quality of life or safety of their workers. The nexus of the moneyed and government apparatus has always ignored the rules and the rights of less the privileged, universally, but more so in the impoverished developing countries where the poor are particularly powerless. These conditions generally are, and have almost always been, the constant in most of the ‘Third World’ countries that are now the factory to the ‘First World’.

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