Vatic Note: This is currently the case. They start these kids at age 9, who then work 16 hour days, eat and sleep on the factory floor 7 days a week AND MANY DIE BY THE TIME THEY ARE 11. Hanes is owned by Sarah Lee and the board of directors of Sarah lee is filled with wall street and investment companies, drug companies and chemical companies, YOU KNOW, THE USUAL "useless feeder" PERVERTS with too much money and time on their hands. . Now is that normal for a food company to be filled with these types??? But worse, some are on the CFR, council on foreign relations that is coordinating all the "FASCIST-NAZI" globalizing we hear about. Now we know what a global New world fascist order will look like. These are the men that want to run the Globe. lol Your children and you will be slaves..... pure and simple. That is what they are doing now and what they will continue to do as they incrementally slip our lives, health, and prosperity away from us. Welcome to "1984", only a little late. When you think of those children, remember, this is exactly how these robber barons and zionists see us..... and used to use us back in the 20's building their massive EMPIRE off the backs of little children..... my Gosh, what PIGS AT THE TROUGH THESE USELESS FEEDER PERVERTS ARE AND A DRAIN ON THE ADVANCEMENT OF SOCIETY AND CIVILIZATION. They see us as CATTLE, FODDER, the unwashed masses, and assets of theirs to use for whatever purpose they decide... organ harvesting, sex, slave labor... its your future if we do nothing about it. Remember, "PSYCOPATHS" have no limits to what they will do, they are that evil when they have the money and power to pander to their addictive soulless desires. Don't forget to check out the board of directors at the end of the article. Also remember, we are all aware of the toxins being put into our food and water... so keep that in mind as you read whose on the board. Pictures of these "PIGS" are everywhere. Get familiar with their faces. Its going to be important down the line.
Children Found Sewing Clothing For Wal-Mart, Hanes & Other U.S. & European Companies
From the National Labor Committee
According to a new National Labor Committee report, an estimated 200 children, some 11 years old or even younger, are sewing clothing for Hanes, Wal-Mart, J.C. Penney, and Puma at the Harvest Rich factory in Bangladesh.
The children report being routinely slapped and beaten, sometimes falling down from exhaustion, forced to work 12 to 14 hours a day, even some all-night, 19-to-20-hour shifts, often seven days a week, for wages as low as 6 ½ cents an hour. The wages are so wretchedly low that many of the child workers get up at 5:00 a.m. each morning to brush their teeth using just their finger and ashes from the fire, since they cannot afford a toothbrush or toothpaste.
The workers say that if they could earn just 36 cents an hour, they could climb out of misery and into poverty, where they could live with a modicum of decency.
In the month of September, the children had just one day off, and before clothing shipments had to leave for the U.S. the workers were often kept at the factory 95 to 110 hours a week. After being forced to work a grueling all-night 19-to-20-hour shift, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 or 4:00 a.m. the following day, the children sleep on the factory floor for two or three hours before being woken to start their next shift at 8:00 a.m. that same morning.
The child workers are beaten for falling behind in their production goal, making mistakes or taking too long in the bathroom (which is filthy, lacking even toilet paper, soap or towels).
In 1996, after Charles Kernaghan and the National Labor Committee revealed that Kathie Lee Gifford’s clothing line for Wal-Mart was being made by 12 and 13-year-olds in Honduras, the resulting scandal and publicity was enough to virtually wipe out child labor in garment factories around the world producing for export to the U.S.
Exactly a decade after the Kathie Lee Gifford scandal, children are again sewing clothing for Wal-Mart, Hanes and other U.S. companies,” said Charles Kernaghan, director of the National Labor Committee. “Children belong in school, not locked in sweatshops. Wal-Mart, Hanes and the other companies owe these children, and must now provide them with stipends to replace their wages and cover all necessary expenses to send them back to school.”
Corporate monitoring has again proved a miserable failure, as Harvest Rich was certified by the U.S. apparel industry’s Worldwide Responsibly Apparel Production (WRAP) monitoring group. Not only did the U.S. companies fail to notice the child workers, the beatings, the excessive mandatory overtime, but also that not one single worker in Harvest Rich was paid the correct overtime pay legally due them. Any worker daring to ask for their proper wages, or that their most basic legal rights be respected, would immediately be attacked, beaten and fired.
“Right now, more than 100 children at the Harvest Rich factory are being threatened with firing,” says Kernaghan, “It is time for the U.S. companies to act immediately, today, to guarantee that this does not happen and that the children are returned to school.”
The National Labor Committee is an independent, nonprofit human rights organization and the leading anti-sweatshop watchdog group in the U.S. The NLC has run successful campaigns not only against Kathie Lee Gifford and Wal-Mart but also on production for Sean “P Diddy” Combs, the NFL, NBA, GAP, Disney, Nike and others. Most recently the NLC exposed the descent of the U.S.-Jordan Free Trade Agreement into human trafficking and involuntary servitude.
Here are those boards of directors of Sara Lee that owns Haynes. (never forget them)
Christopher B. Begley
is chairman of the board and chief executive officer of Hospira, Inc., a global specialty pharmaceutical and medication delivery company. President of Abbott’s Hospital Products Division and was responsible for all divisional operations as well as establishing the future strategic direction for the business. He currently serves as a director of the Executives’ Club of Chicago, Healthcare Leadership Council, Economic Club of Chicago, Generic Pharmaceutical Association and AdvaMed. (VN: Do you think this is who arranged for all of Obama's brain surgeries? Chicago, right?)
Crandall C. Bowles is chairman of Springs Industries
JPMorgan Chase & Company,
Until August, 2007, Bowles was also chairman and chief executive officer of Springs Global Participações, a textile home furnishings company based in Brazil. (VN: poor brazil, they don't have a prayer unless they learn from our mistakes letting these perverts run our industries)
Virgis W. Colbert
He currently serves as a member of the board of directors of The Stanley Works, Lorillard, Inc., Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. (VN: Another damn wall street brokerage house)
James S. Crown
Crown company, and before that Salomon Brothers Inc, He was promoted to vice president of the Capital Markets Services Group in 1983 and Crown serves on the boards of General Dynamics Corporation (VN: Another military industrial complex com controlled by Rothschild Khazars) and JPMorgan Chase. (VN: Definitely a Rothschild company)
Laurette T. Koellner :
President of Boeing International, overseeing the company's international affairs, with leadership responsibility for 20 Boeing in-country organizations throughout the world. During a multi-disciplined career, primarily in Finance, She served as Business Manager for the Tomahawk Cruise Missile Program. (Rothschild-Khazar in charge of Military industrial complex) Koellner is an independent Director of AIG (NYSE AIG), She is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
Dr. John McAdam
is the retired chief executive officer of Imperial Chemical Industries Limited (specialty chemicals)
(VN: He is apparently british... hmmm. I would say a "Khazar" under cover which they are famous for; did you pick up on the "Mc" and then "adam?" The first man, Jewish no less)
Sir Ian Prosser
Sir Ian is a non-executive member of the board of directors of GlaxoSmithKline (drug co) plc and is non-executive Deputy Chairman of BP plc., Lloyds Bank , Lloyds TSB Group, Sir Ian was knighted in 1995.
Norman R. Sorensen
is president – international asset management and accumulation, the Principal Financial Group, president and chief executive officer of Principal International, Inc., and executive vice president of Principal Financial Group, Inc. and Principal Life Insurance Company. Previously he was a senior executive at American International Group, Inc. (AIG) from 1989 to 1997. Citigroup from 1984 to 1988. Member Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Columbia University’s Executive Program for International Managers. (special program for training on global governance, DOES OBAMA AND ZBIG RING A BELL??? Damn another khazar)
Jeffrey W. Ubben
founder, chief executive officer and chief investment officer of ValueAct Capital (investment partnership) since 2000. Blum Capital Partners (investment firm) and prior to that spent eight years at Fidelity Management and Research (investment firm) . (VN: another damn wall street banker)
Cees J.A. van Lede
Served on board of management and chief executive officer of Akzo Nobel N.V., a Netherlands-based (VN: does BILDERBERG SOUND FAMILIAR?) manufacturer and worldwide distributor of healthcare products, (VN: Now we know who wrote Obama's health care bill, ) coatings and chemicals, (Netherlands is the home of the Bilderberg group)
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