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The pandemic has thrown into high relief some of the longstanding issues surrounding working conditions in meatpacking facilities. John Oliver explains why greater oversight is needed, and how we can go about getting it.
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Hanna Overton
Hanna Overton 2 hours ago
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Justin Benjamin
Justin Benjamin 14 hours ago
So sad and depressing. Is this seriously the 21st century?
David Cummuta
Wasn't everyone else forced to read "The Jungle" in 6th grade? lol... why is meatpacking still like this.
Gavriluta Vlad
Gavriluta Vlad 2 days ago
Once again ,the starting ad is on point. What the fk does a rabid gerbil have to do with packaged food? No clue, don't care. Its just epic. Also, america never ceases to amaze me. Land of the free indeed. To think we take lessons from them is actually amazing.
ortender
ortender 2 days ago
Hey @john you always do your main stories about something that's very wrong about the USA, which depict a very shitty country. I'd like to see one of your show about what makes this country attractive enough so that you want to personnaly live there.
Ducky Guy
Ducky Guy 2 days ago
my dad worked at two of them and still works at one he’s a Mechanic so he dose not need to deal whit that I think but still dam
ICE CUBE ELI
ICE CUBE ELI 2 days ago
that ad that the beginning literally had nothing to to with the product XD
h a n n a h ☪
h a n n a h ☪ 3 days ago
I'm thinking about reviewing all Tyson products saying "This tastes like absolute shit, and I can definitely taste the tears, sweat, piss, and blood of the workers you are abusing"/
Supertrecko 66
Supertrecko 66 3 days ago
Someday’s you just don’t feel like cooking.
Lap2 Garage
Lap2 Garage 4 days ago
I live about 35 miles from the JBS swift plant in Greeley CO, that John was talking about here, and in the past 25 years I’ve met hundreds of people that worked there for one amount of time or another and I’ve never heard someone tell me a good story to come out of that place, everyone has a story and they’re all disgusting, awful, or terrifying. I think that is just that industry, it’s a awful industry, where we do horrible things to delicious animals. I personally choose not to pay attention to what we do to animals at these plants and as for the human element... I honestly care more about the animals than I do the humans, people can always quit.
seigeengine
seigeengine 2 days ago
The problem is people can't exactly just quit. People need money, so they need to work, and the people these plants cater to are people that don't have a lot of options. Remember, humans are just modestly clever animals with delusions they're cleverer still.
Mikita Zhylinski
Mikita Zhylinski 4 days ago
Arise ye victims of oppression....
Annita Eleanor
Annita Eleanor 4 days ago
What upsets me even more is that most people who choose to be vegetarian or vegan don't do it for the workers, but for the animals. Even people who say they care about the meatpacking industry aren't valuing the workers.
Rita Marie Kelley
The Koch Brothers' hands are in all of these budget cuts, regulation cuts and atrocious conditions. John, please do a show or 10 on the Koch Brothers' 40-year history of dismantling Democracy.
John doe
John doe 8 days ago
11:00 The house is not that bad. I would totally live in it.
Vegetable
Vegetable 11 days ago
I kinda want to hang food-packaging executives out of their office building windows by their intestines rn...
FooBar Maximus
FooBar Maximus 12 days ago
I like meat, and I don't want to talk about it or hear about it. That's just me. I'll eat squirrel or rabbit or whatever. Beef, pork, etc daily. I don't care how it's made or who makes it. lol End of story.
We are all born mad
...I think I'm going to stop eating meat.
Jason Mortimer
Jason Mortimer 14 days ago
So now everyone that watched this is a vegetarian right. Oh not so, that sums up America.
Jason Mortimer
Jason Mortimer 14 days ago
When I was working with brick layers we would have to hold this material the brick layers would pound in place with a ram gun. Basically a small jackhammer with a rubber mallet st the end. If the bricklayer fd up and smashed your finger you get to punch him in the gut. This game would not play as well with knives. Stab me I stab you sounds really not fun.
Isaac Andersen
Isaac Andersen 14 days ago
I honestly didn't see what was wrong with the betting pool.
We are all born mad
You might want to check your psychopathy levels. That's not meant as an insult.
Je G
Je G 14 days ago
MERICA!
Bill Weeks
Bill Weeks 15 days ago
How much are you willing to pay for your chicken breast or ham steak? Better conditions will cost a significant amount of money. And being a publicly traded company there is no way that they would not pass along the cost. I believe the root of this corporate evil starts with the stock exchange. When you are listed, you answer to your board of directors, who are major share holders, and the public shareholders as well. Everyone in the market wants hourly profits on their investments. Nobody holds stocks as a long-term investment anymore. Taking a company private is always a good move for a company and it's employees.
S W
S W 6 days ago
@seigeengineJust because you disagree with someone it doesn’t make that person a troll. If there was a God, there would be proof. This is why you need faith, but faith is not a gift, it’s just ignorance.
seigeengine
seigeengine 6 days ago
@S W 10/10 being a piece of shit troll.
S W
S W 6 days ago
@seigeengine That’s a gamble, you most likely won’t ascend at all, you’ll just fade into nothingness as the DMT fades as your body shuts down. Upgrading all schools to the level of the tops schools in the world could solve some major problems, not right away but in a couple generations. Better than gambling on an ancient superstition...
seigeengine
seigeengine 7 days ago
@S W Or just dissolve away all our human flesh and have us ascend into incorporeal existence. Problem solved.
S W
S W 7 days ago
@seigeengine Or just eliminate the lower classes and automate everything a plebeian does. No more work for conditions to become poor. Problem solved.
Boromirino Kripperino
I don't feel sorry for murderers.
Fenton Read-Smith
Fenton Read-Smith 16 days ago
Please, less jokes more facts.
S W
S W 15 days ago
This is why people watch this show, you get news and a laugh.
Zach Wilson
Zach Wilson 16 days ago
As a news producer, the work that Last Week Tonight does is seriously impressive. Not just comedically, but journalistically. These are the things people across America need to know are happening in their back yards.
S W
S W 15 days ago
If only they were bipartisan.
Ben Gatien
Ben Gatien 17 days ago
is this a problem with the company of the US health system ?
Rodney Pryor
Rodney Pryor 17 days ago
Upton Sinclair anyone?
Melanie Nielsen
Melanie Nielsen 17 days ago
This is what happens when ya don't have unions.
Alex Brown
Alex Brown 18 days ago
JBS Just Bull Shit
Brandon Dorris
Brandon Dorris 18 days ago
I worked two summers in a chicken processing plant in the 90s, and I still have pretty serious issues from the RMI I got. I saw a lot of minor and moderate injuries, nearly daily, and a couple of significant injuries. Generally, they were the result of a worker being irresponsible and cutting corners or clowning around, but some were clearly due to sheer fatigue or the sometimes unreasonable speed demanded by the floor supervisors.
Kuroda Cursus
Kuroda Cursus 18 days ago
This is what happens when companies get away with being considered a 'person' under the law. They get reasonable fines for an individual, but not a mass producing capitalistic behemoth. They should start being charged x2 the hospital fees for the workers harmed in their plant. That'll easily reach in a satisfactory amount.
seigeengine
seigeengine 7 days ago
If an individual brought in $50B a year, they should also get more than $15k in fines for killing six people.
Marc Whinery
Marc Whinery 18 days ago
Dame Judy Dench is #3? What are you? Some kind of Limey Pom? And why are English insults fruit based? It's Betty White. And if you disagree, she will kick you in the balls. #BettyKicksJohnInTheNuts
Andy
Andy 19 days ago
Wow merica, just fucking wow - how’s your capitalism going for you....!!!
Shiva Shakti
Shiva Shakti 20 days ago
That’s why I’m vegan.
Paul Pantsoff
Paul Pantsoff 20 days ago
Why was the long term care episode removed???????????????????????????????????
Tac
Tac 21 day ago
Diseased country
sharxor
sharxor 22 days ago
Meat is murder.... even for the people who make it I guess
KISSMYACE3203
KISSMYACE3203 22 days ago
Kind of curious how many people have been in one of these plants.
Sem
Sem 22 days ago
are you seriously surprised a bunch of old white dudes in the south don't want to pay and look after their workers?
DholocronKeeper
DholocronKeeper 22 days ago
more then ever, glad to be vegetarian
Palmyre
Palmyre 23 days ago
Well if I wasn’t already radicalised before watching this I would be now. Corporations are the plague of this world
Palmyre
Palmyre 23 days ago
When do we stop having managers?!
Collin W
Collin W 23 days ago
When companies claim family status, you know they just wanna fuck you over.
Alessandro Filippi
Alessandro Filippi 23 days ago
America is worse than China by the looks of it. If you are poor in America, you better go live somewhere else. It really sucks.
R C
R C 24 days ago
I work for a meat processing business. I get paid great and our company has taken very good care of all of us. Not Tyson, but it's a very large company. I don't know how Tyson does their thing, but our company has given us multiple pay raises, provided PPE, testing and started medical leave before the government required it. We've gotten bonuses, they pay for our medical insurance. The whole nine. So, I'm just saying it's unfair to label the entire industry this way.
We are all born mad
Do you work in an office or at the production line? Also, why so shy about the name of the corp, since you've said only nice things about them? Afraid of getting fact-checked?
Silver
Silver 24 days ago
This may not work for everyone but I suggest buying local. I use getfreerange.info to search and bought a chest freezer
Kerri L.
Kerri L. 24 days ago
Tuckwit Carlson.
JLF
JLF 24 days ago
What is a "blank $10,000 check"?
Bella V
Bella V 10 days ago
Basically just a flat fee with no add-ons
Videoviewer
Videoviewer 24 days ago
US is the worst first world country
We are all born mad
The distinction of first/third world is discriminatory and inaccurate. Please don't use it. As for USA, it's likely the worst country IN THE WORLD that doesn't have an actual war/occupation on its land. ...and isn't being actively ripped apart by USA as we speak, I should add.
Holland Green
Holland Green 24 days ago
Everything he says is true and it’s not nearly as bad as it really. The meat processing companies have the plant workers backs against the walls as well as the farmers contracted to them. It’s hard to imagine worst working conditions except for a war zone a concentration camp or a Haitian prison.
T Lindsay
T Lindsay 25 days ago
The amount of respect I have lost for your work after finding out you’re associated with the next for autism event is astronomical. If you can’t do the one google search it takes to listen to autistic voices on this matter, then I dont trust you to properly research your stories. Nothing about us, without us!
seigeengine
seigeengine 2 days ago
@T Lindsay _Their primary mission is to research the cause and cure of Autism, in no uncertain terms, let me be clear - that is code for eugenics because finding the cause leads to terminating pregnancies solely on the basis of them resulting in an autistic child, and because Autism is a neurotype, not a disease, there is no cure._ *Let me be clear. That is not code for eugenics, and the emotional nature of this argument is pathetic. Whether autism is a disease or not is a pointless argument about words, and not worth the time.* _The only "cure" is to eliminate or restructure the entire brain, which is not possible to do to a human being and would result in their death._ *This is the second time you have come to an extreme absurd emotionally manipulative conclusion. Don't do that.* _They have also engaged in harmful propaganda targeted at parents of newly diagnosed children, notoriously their "I am Autism" campaign in 2009, that engages in harmful stereotypes about autistics that absolutely dehumanize us and work to shape how our own families view us before we have any tools to advocate for ourselves._ *The only actual argument here is equally true of literally all knowledge about persons of any kind. Are you even trying to make a decent point?* _They also use these propaganda methods to push ABA therapy which is considered by many autistics to be abusive with some centers such as the JRC, which the The American Human Rights Organization and Disability Rights organization tried to have shut down for torture, heavily endorsed by Autism Speaks._ *ABA is not a specific thing, and basically seems to me to be a fancy word for conditioning. Essentially, the same stuff you'd do with a pet... except, in reality, humans constantly condition each other with a complex array of positive and negative stimuli to attempt to shape each other's behaviour. That this can be done harmfully or involving inflicting suffering is true, but reducing the whole to certain examples is absurd.* _Since the announcement of the livestream fundraiser both organizations have heavily edited their websites to the point of near gaslighting those of us who have been trying to call attention to the matter._ *I didn't find any evidence of this, though I did not really look that hard. It's not really central to the issue either way.* _I haven't even touched on the funding of these organizations, because so many other people have done it better, rest assured, nearly none of the money donated to these so called charities or fundraises actually goes to any autistics people or even their families who may be struggling to pay for therapies and treatments that may actually be improving their lives._ *This criticism is only valid if the charities claim that is where the money is going. It would be naive to assume that just because a charity has to do with autism that the donated money is going to directly help specific autistic people.* _Then there is also the matter of Mark Rober himself, the host of the event, and his video "The Truth About My Son", he engages in harmful stereotyping such as infantilizing disabled people with the narrative that we "show us [able-bodied] people the little things that are important] and by saying that disable people cannot succeed to his definition of success._ *He is specifically addressing a sub-categorization of disabled people who are unable to meet the same standards of success most of us place upon ourselves. The amusing part about your nonsensical point here is that people who are able to meet those same standards are inherently not who he's talking about in the first place.* *He also emphasized how experiencing this personally helped broaden his perspective of what constitutes success and makes life worth living.* *The funniest part of your arguments here, is you're basically acting as if all autistic people are completely capable of functioning in ordinary human society, and standing up to general expectations of other human beings, as otherwise your entire narrative falls apart as a nigh-genocidal attempt to neglect the... heh, SPECTRUM of autistic people, and the realities of how to ensure their well-being.* _He also did not remove footage of another persons autistic daughter even after asked repeatedly to do so, only blurred her face._ *Cry me a fucking river.*
seigeengine
seigeengine 2 days ago
​@T Lindsay There is no special significance to any human's opinion on anything that is not subjective and about their perspective. Waffling about subjects we're not discussing is not going to lend any credibility to your assertion that people should simply agree with you without critical thought. I will, however, respond, because I feel like dunking on an asshole right now.
T Lindsay
T Lindsay 2 days ago
@seigeengine OK so it has come to my attention through a few replies that people don't necessarily know where to find this information, and your right one google search without the right terms wont produce the information. Bear with me there is a lot of history here that not too many people know about so I'll try to give a brief run down. A really good source of information that explains it in easy sound bites are @beckspectrum and @paigelayle on TikTok, @the.Autisticats on Instagram also have fantastic compilations of information and links to the evidence for all of the info below. Next for Autism is inextricably linked with Autism Speaks, an organization that the autistic community at large, myself included, considers to be a hate group, and their blue puzzle piece a hate symbol. Their primary mission is to research the cause and cure of Autism, in no uncertain terms, let me be clear - that is code for eugenics because finding the cause leads to terminating pregnancies solely on the basis of them resulting in an autistic child, and because Autism is a neurotype, not a disease, there is no cure. The only "cure" is to eliminate or restructure the entire brain, which is not possible to do to a human being and would result in their death. They have also engaged in harmful propaganda targeted at parents of newly diagnosed children, notoriously their "I am Autism" campaign in 2009, that engages in harmful stereotypes about autistics that absolutely dehumanize us and work to shape how our own families view us before we have any tools to advocate for ourselves. They also use these propaganda methods to push ABA therapy which is considered by many autistics to be abusive with some centers such as the JRC, which the The American Human Rights Organization and Disability Rights organization tried to have shut down for torture, heavily endorsed by Autism Speaks. Since the announcement of the livestream fundraiser both organizations have heavily edited their websites to the point of near gaslighting those of us who have been trying to call attention to the matter. I haven't even touched on the funding of these organizations, because so many other people have done it better, rest assured, nearly none of the money donated to these so called charities or fundraises actually goes to any autistics people or even their families who may be struggling to pay for therapies and treatments that may actually be improving their lives. Then there is also the matter of Mark Rober himself, the host of the event, and his video "The Truth About My Son", he engages in harmful stereotyping such as infantilizing disabled people with the narrative that we "show us [able-bodied] people the little things that are important] and by saying that disable people cannot succeed to his definition of success. He also did not remove footage of another persons autistic daughter even after asked repeatedly to do so, only blurred her face.
T Lindsay
T Lindsay 3 days ago
@seigeengine So you felt the need to reply to an autistic persons comment by saying you feel there is no importance to hear autistic voices on issues that affect the autistic community? Please make that make sense. No matter Ill repost a comment I made in response to someone else who was a bit confused on the matter below since you are too short sightedly privelidged to do the googling yourself, or to understand the idea of unpaid labour provided by minorities
seigeengine
seigeengine 3 days ago
@T Lindsay I know this is going to sound really mean: but I don't give a shit what autistic people think on the matter. Their opinions are not of any particular consequence. Either command my respect by proving me wrong, or piss off. Nobody's voice is more privileged than any others.
The Opinion of Matt
Fun fact!: In 2008 or 9, I had cooked a grocery store brand chicken patty and put it on a hamburger bun with ketchup and was eating it for lunch. I bit down on something that was in the chicken patty that wasn't meat. I pulled it out of my mouth and looked at it. It very much in appearance and feel resembled a acrylic fingernail. I immediately lost my appetite and threw away the rest of my sandwich. A week later I threw the rest of bag of chicken patties into the woods behind the house, having not eaten another one and coming to the conclusion that I never would. I've never bought another bag of chicken patties of that brand. After this video, I'm more convinced that I've probably eaten part of someone's finger. We stopped buying anything from Tyson after the story about the managers placing bets.
We are all born mad
Consider giving up meat in general. Clearly it's not better in other companies.
Alexn Andum
Alexn Andum 25 days ago
You forgot Betty White on that list.
Joshua Cabezas
Joshua Cabezas 25 days ago
5:18 I’m mad they used “oink hub” instead of fucking pork hub or pornhog or some shit
Custom Money
Custom Money 25 days ago
30 years. That man gave up 30 years of his life and they sold him out over being too cheap to follow safety protocol. My chest hurts.
Mimi 78
Mimi 78 25 days ago
Awww... remember when the US only had 256k dead
Ethan Gatenby
Ethan Gatenby 25 days ago
Worst part is that on top of all this they have to cut dead birds into pieces hundreds, if not thousands of times per day
seigeengine
seigeengine 7 days ago
At the speeds mentioned it's more likely over ten thousand a day.
Hannah Morrisey
Hannah Morrisey 26 days ago
it's insane how we have gotten to the point in history where we care more about how the animals in the meat industry than the actual people who work in it... *facepalm*
Jeff Kalyta
Jeff Kalyta 27 days ago
this reeks of the Koch Bros
Cody McCollum
Cody McCollum 28 days ago
As a factory worker I can confirm yeah shits fucked up man, I got second degree burns all over my left hand when I was 22 and they tried to stop me from going to the hospital, kept demanding I admit it was my own fault and that I wouldn’t be able to get workmans comp for it, and then made me go to a doctor hand picked by the factory who they could then had a company liaison sit in on all my appointments taking away any doctor patient confidentiality because they were looking to fire me and hoping I’d fail a drug test or get something else to document on me
Taylor Johnson
Taylor Johnson 28 days ago
Now I am not a expert on food processing logistics and pricing. But for a 1.5$ 5$ a hog 20$ a cow all these employees could be provided with fair and equitable healthcare/ insurance policy. A increase in pay and better working conditions with a little to spare.
Avraham Goodman
Avraham Goodman 28 days ago
In 1906 Upton Sinclair release his book 'The Jungle' which is eerily like this video despite the 114 year gap!
Nick Schrombeck
Nick Schrombeck 28 days ago
What solutions are there for changing how companies and corporations are fined for worker deaths? I'm sure we start getting into utilitarian territory when we start to think about what the value of a life is, so things can get gray and arbitrary. I have seen in the comments how Finland fines parking violators on a percentage basis as opposed to one of lump sums. Germany implements a ramp-up policy where the fine increases as the number of days an employee can't work increases; the slope here is variable depending on the situation (or something similar to this policy). From looking at it first hand, percentages seem to be the way to go. The more money you make, an hence the more power you accumulate, the harder the fall, more responsibilities there are, and more money you have to cough up. The problem here arises when you look at monopolistic industries where 1 company dominates the landscape, as well as the specific type of industry. What comes to mind are electric utilities. Depending on the scale of the catastrophe, the utility might be fined so hard that in order to stay afloat, they need to lay workers off, cut back which regions/communities have electricity at all, and/or overcharge their customers to make up for the fine. A better system might not be a blanket percentage fine on a company's earning, but possibly something where the percentage is variable between lowest and highest level employees. Think if a company is fined, the majority of the money to pay that fine comes from the CEO, then the next highest comes from CTOs/CFOs/COOs/etc., then business managers, department managers, project leaders, expert employees, intermediate employees, and novice employees. You'd have to figure out how to factor in merit at this point too, since the younger/less experienced worker tends to make the most failures. This solution definitely isn't perfect if I start thinking about merit. Food for though! Take care guys ✌️
Alexis Berardi
Alexis Berardi 29 days ago
Meanwhile the average American citizen minding their own can pay $1500 for a forgotten speeding ticket-- just under half what s corporation racking billions got fined.... I hate this nation and look forward to witnessing the test of its pathetic spital from another country lol.
The lonely Gunner
The lonely Gunner 29 days ago
As a ex meat packer, End of the day the customer wants cheaper meat so we had to work harder and faster luckily I was part of a union
The lonely Gunner
@seigeengine unfortunately that’s not the normal train of thought for most people, they don’t care about the blood and sweat that flow into their grocery’s they just want it cheap luckily I was only a packer but the saw operators had a bit of a fast turnaround mainly because hands and fingers don’t really mix with saw blades
seigeengine
seigeengine 7 days ago
End of the day, I'd rather pay a little more and not make an already fucked up job even worse.
TheLovelylights
TheLovelylights 29 days ago
I'm pretty sure the fast food chain I worked at had more OSHA inspections than these meat packing companies
John Danielson
John Danielson 29 days ago
John is a truly compassionate human being.
Happy Fox
Happy Fox 29 days ago
this is a story about the other animals in the meat farms, the workers :)
Ragabash Moon
Ragabash Moon Month ago
a "blank $10,000" check? Huh? That makes no sense, unless he's saying he accepted it and wrote in $10,000? I am confused.
Ragabash Moon
Ragabash Moon 17 days ago
@Jason Allman aaaah okay, thanks.
Jason Allman
Jason Allman 18 days ago
It means the space where you put the name of the person it is made out to was blank................................. Typical in bribes, so the receiving party can make it out to a campaign fund, relative, etc......
Francisco Mackenzie
It means it has no condition or anything on it
Birey Anonimoğlu
I wouldn't think I would ever cry for a John Oliver video. This was hard. I'm really sorry for all those people and myself as I'm working in a similar job. I worked during the whole pandemic and still working. I felt ill a couple of times but my covid-19 test request was rejected as my "symptoms were mild". Annual pay rise skipped twice "because of the hard times for the business during the pandemic" meanwhile the business received a huge amount of business support from the government, all the head office colleagues worked from home, 70% of head office and shop managers on furlough since April 2020 and getting their 80% of salaries for zero work, some of them are working for the second job and doubled their income. Pandemic hit some of us in the working class really hard, some of us already dead, rest of us become poorer than ever before.
Kema Ichijou
Kema Ichijou Month ago
Are you saying we are eating covid 19 infected chicken? Holy shltch covid-19 spread from human to chicken to us?
Vegetable
Vegetable 11 days ago
The main point of the video is that workers in these plants are treated like the animals they slaughter.
Amy Pattie
Amy Pattie Month ago
Australia has similar issues with sheep and pig factories, probably others that I’m not aware of. It’s not good.
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Benjamin Gal-Or Month ago
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Rafael Marcelino da Silva
JBS is a Brazillian company that treats its employees as badly in the Brazil as in US
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Coen Commijs
Coen Commijs Month ago
The meat industry is pretty much legal mobsters selling us the crappiest meat possible. No respect for employees nor for the product they sell. And the majority of people don't even give one flying fuck!
Sheen Hunter
Sheen Hunter Month ago
My mom had been working in construction as a flagger for over 2 years. Many times it's only with men that do not support her going to a restroom. She has had to wear diapers to keep her job.
Lexi
Lexi Month ago
Seriously, with everything happening, when is there gonna be a revolution?
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Robert Haskiell
Robert Haskiell Month ago
I’m a truck driver who does a lot of loads for Tyson, Purdue, Smithfield and JBS. This video only scratched the surface of how gross these places are. There’s a reason I get most of my meat from a local butcher.
Mellini Rose
Mellini Rose Month ago
The more I watch this show, the more I'm convinced that this is the worst country in the world
Lawrence Goldfox
Sometimes it seems as if the USA and China are really not that different
Sebastian Thomas
This genuinely made me shed a tear for those people. How could anyone treat a human being like that? It's modern slavery.
flying 8lack
flying 8lack 17 days ago
@19 84 this factory need some automation too, the thing is too fast for a human.
19 84
19 84 18 days ago
it’s capitalism
Fyrverk
Fyrverk Month ago
How long can USA keep this up?
BobExplains
BobExplains Month ago
I've been a halfatarian for a while now, meaningly I deliberately try to make at least half my meals vegetarian. Seeing the human rights situation of these workers is a strong point in favour of further reducing meat consumption.
T Nicholas
T Nicholas Month ago
When a company says "We treat our workers as family" what they mean is "We think you should prioritize us above everything else in your life in exchange for the bare minimum and we don't believe you deserve boundaries"
Global Goods
Global Goods Month ago
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MegaScarletti
MegaScarletti Month ago
I'm not sure that's the Chad most incels are complaining about...
MsHEADbanging
MsHEADbanging Month ago
If anyone needs to excorsize a demon from a guinea pig: “Exorcizamus te, omnis immundus spiritus, omnis satanica potestas, omnis incursio infernalis adversarii, omnis legio, omnis congregatio et secta diabolica. Ergo, omnis legio diabolica, adiuramus te…cessa decipere humanas creaturas, eisque æternæ perditionìs venenum propinare…Vade, satana, inventor et magister omnis fallaciæ, hostis humanæ salutis…Humiliare sub potenti manu Dei; contremisce et effuge, invocato a nobis sancto et terribili nomine…quem inferi tremunt…Ab insidiis diaboli, libera nos, Domine. Ut Ecclesiam tuam secura tibi facias libertate servire, te rogamus, audi nos. It wouldn't work on the Devil himself tho
suspectsn0thing
suspectsn0thing Month ago
For reference, a cursory search puts the number of meatpacking employees at 500,000, which means that 57,543 Covid cases figure accounts for about 11.5% of the total workforce.
Peter Jones
Peter Jones Month ago
Here's the thing, if the workers join a Union, and I strongly recommend the IWW, aka the wobblies, they can collectively bargain for their rights purely by unified lightning strikes if their demands aren't met.. So, for a start, why aren't they wearing chainmail gloves on their holding hand? It's standard H&S practice for all butchers in the UK, unless they're at a much higher grade.. Facemasks on the production line, more spacing, etc, etc.. All far quicker solved by a Union explaining the benefits of happier, safer and therefore more productive staff..
Connor Simon
Connor Simon Month ago
Rewatching this after telling my supervisor “hey my leg hurts and I can’t put a lot of weight on it right now, can I go home?” And got told “just don’t put weight on it then”
mario yu
mario yu Month ago
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beeble2003
beeble2003 Month ago
That 0.0003% claim doesn't seem to be true and seems to be based either on confusing income with profit or they forgot to multiply by 100 to get the percentage. JBS's profit in 2020 was about 4.6 billion Brazillial real, which is about $830 million. $15000 is 0.002% of $826 million. Still utter peanuts, but about a hundred times more peanuts than the program claims.
David Jarrah
David Jarrah Month ago
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Christian Schürch
"You frankly only need to take a peek inside the way this industry currently operates to draw a pretty simple conclusion": Stop eating meat?
Ronie Gerber
Ronie Gerber Month ago
late stage capitalism
luciddre4m
luciddre4m Month ago
This turns me off to eating meat even more than the act of slaughter itself.
Samuel Jackson
Samuel Jackson Month ago
The workers need to overthrow and destroy these companies. That is the ONLY way we’ll ever be free from exploitation.
Maric
Maric Month ago
america needs goddamn unions
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