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Date Posted: 00:21:45 06/15/11 Wed
Author: Chuck_Glisson ()
Subject: My comment to Levi Strauss Blog

Levi Strauss/Dockers just got BUSTED interfearing with the Haiti Government's attempt to raise worker pay in THEIR COUNTRY, because THIS would mean a pay raise for workers at local Levi Strauss/Docker factories!

WikiLeaks Haiti: Let Them Live on $3 a Day



Levi Strauss has a blog up to deny these claims

Haiti and Levi Strauss & Co.



The FOLLOWING is MY COMMENT, just in case THESE DIRTBAGS decide NOT to publish it;


"What makes ME sick is that LEVI STRAUSS and DOCKERS should AT LEAST be ASHAMED to the point that they would SHUT UP. Oh HELL NO, these SATANIC CORPORATIONS are actually DEFENDING THEIR ACTIONS!

FACE the FACTS;
FIVE DOLLARS a DAY is
TOO MUCH
to PAY
a FACTORY WORKER???

YOU PIGS can't explain YOUR WAY out of the SIMPLE FACTS.

The facts ARE that YOUR MANUFACTURING Facilities STRONGLY LOBBIED AGAINST
a pay raise for THE WORKERS EVEN AFTER the LOCAL GOVERNMENT PASSED the raise AS LAW!

HOW MUCH do WE PAY for a pair of DOCKER or LEVI pants in AMERICA?

After paying THAT PRICE, how does it feel to know that the worker who MADE those OVERPRICED pair of "Designer Jeans" was paid less than FORTY CENTS PER HOUR?

Do THE MATH, Levi Strauss is RIPPING OFF
the HAITIAN WORKERS ,
AND

the AMERICAN CONSUMER,
while laughing
ALL THE WAY to THE BANK!"


I will CHECK BACK to see if they PUBLISH my comments after MODERATION, if they DON'T publish MY comments, then I will HAVE to inform them that I DID publish my comments HERE,

GO TO HELL LEVI STRAUSS!

Last edited by author: Wed June 15, 2011 00:37:01   Edited 1 time.

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