| Bangladeshi women|
working in factory
| Bangladeshi women |
mourn their dead
|Found the rubble|
|Found in the rubble|
|How much is enough|
How much "more" harms?
- How much does any one person or entity, merchant or corporate owner need ─ even allowing for a few perks, surprises or “special” stuff but not for the criminal waste committed routinely by the West?
- How much does grabbing “more” deny true need and cause destitution and or death; and what are the moral implications of this?
- How much are peoples of Western nations willing to forego,
give up, do without to secure human rights and justice for all workers, all peoples
of the world ─ immediate neighbors to Bangladeshi workers?
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