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Walmart Bangladesh Sweatshop Factory Fire ( August 8 2001 )

Wal-mart, GAP, Tesco, NIKE and the whole lot have been involved in Sweatshops for more than a decade. There have been many voices against them, yet the number of Sweatshops controlled by these corporations only seem to increase.Garment Workers Die in...
by Walmart India on May 26, 2013

Walmart Profiteers Over SweatShop Slave Genocide

Bangladesh has seen the worst in the past decade, as the people of the country have been engineered to be the cheapest labor on the planet. As China has been hit with “debt based inflation” installed by the zionist banking after the Briti...
by Walmart India on May 10, 2013

Walmart Profiteers Over SweatShop Slave Genocide

Bangladesh has seen the worst in the past decade, as the people of the country have been engineered to be the cheapest labor on the planet. As China has been hit with “debt based inflation” installed by the zionist banking after the Briti...
by Walmart India on May 10, 2013

Walmart Bangladesh Garment SweatShop Fire Slays Eight ( 8th May, 2013 )

Expect the death toll to rise, there has been another fire in Bangladeshi Sweatshops specifically installed to exploit the poor of this country.Business is a dirty game, no doubt. But corporations like Walmart, GAP, DISNEY etc have taken things a bit...
by Walmart India on May 10, 2013

Another Walmart Bangladesh Sweatshop Fire Jan 2013

Walmart has been feeding off the pain, and suffering that has been systematically caused through a controlled system of extreme exploitation in the “Third World Countries” which were impoverished under the dark reign of the infamous Roths...
by Walmart India on Apr 4, 2013

Another Walmart Bangladesh Sweatshop Fire Jan 2013

Walmart has been feeding off the pain, and suffering that has been systematically caused through a controlled system of extreme exploitation in the “Third World Countries” which were impoverished under the dark reign of the infamous Roths...
by Walmart India on Apr 4, 2013

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 cr...
by Walmart India on Mar 2, 2013

Walmart Washes its hands from Bangladesh Sweatshop Fire 2011

Bharti Walmart India played the blame game by putting the pressure on the contractors itself when they were the ones putting pressure on the contractors to get more worn done out of the workers. Because of the heavy pressure on the contractors with t...
by Walmart India on Mar 2, 2013

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 cr...
by Walmart India on Mar 2, 2013

Walmart Bangladesh Sweatshop Factory Fire in 2012, Again

Bharti Walmart India washes its hands yet again from the fire that happened in Bangladesh where people have been continuously dying for the last six years. There have been many complaints in the media but Walmart has gotten away with their crimes ver...
by Walmart India on Mar 1, 2013

Walmart is Responsible for Bangladesh Sweatshop Fire 2011

Bharti Walmart India is the compilation of a massive force of evil that has been setting up its shop all over the world for the last 2500 years, by creating systematic traps for the people of the world through many different means.  The Eastern coun...
by Walmart India on Mar 1, 2013

Walmart is Responsible for Bangladesh Sweatshop Fire 2011

Bharti Walmart India is the compilation of a massive force of evil that has been setting up its shop all over the world for the last 2500 years, by creating systematic traps for the people of the world through many different means.  The Eastern coun...
by Walmart India on Mar 1, 2013


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