Albert Gore, Jr must return his Nobel Peace Award!
The member of Apple’s board of directors, Nobel Peace Laureate Albert Gore, Jr. Former Vice President of the United States should issue a public apology letter & regret that his company Apple Corporation producing iPhone ipad, ipod, laptops & Mac computers by slaves and child slaves and selling to the children all over the globe.
It is a criminal, degrading’ and ‘inhumane’ behaviour & against The Children Rights, Human Rights & ILO Convention 182,183. Apple is also using poisonous chemicals which harm the workers and environment too. Apple Corporation also selling Out to U.S. Military Industrial Complex and to other countries’ army. Who kill innocent children in Afghanistan, Iraq, Palestine etc.
BLLF Global condemn degrading’ and ‘inhumane’ behaviour, anti-environment activates & demand thatAlbert Gore, Jr must return his Nobel Peace Award.
BLLF Global also demand that The United Nations High Commission & ILO should immediately make investigation &take action against Apple Corporation and victims should be given compensation.
Ehsan Ullah Khan
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18 People Who Are Boycotting Apple Over Harsh Factory Conditions in China
Jan 26, 2012 5:33 PM EST
When The New York Times blew the lid off of terrible workplace standards at Chinese tech manufacturing factories, and we learned iPhones will never be made in America, these tweeters decided it was time to say, “iQuit.”
With two mammoth front-page reports this week, The New York Times exposed abuses that have claimed the health and lives of workers who make iPhones and iPads. It’s not the first time word has gotten out from the Chinese suppliers that manufacture many of Apple’s biggest sellers, but this time the Twittering class has taken serious notice.
Boycott to the slave manufactured trade of Apple!
ya, apple is the devil! Ima boycott them and help the workers in china with swollen legs from standing all day…rite after i buy this ipod
- Get rid of Modern Global Slavery
- Don’t buy products made by children or slaves .
01.26.12WRITTEN BY THE CAJUN BOY
The day after Apple announced that it had doubled its profits last quarter on the strength of iPhone 4s sales, the New York Times has published a bombshell of a report on the conditions inside the Chinese factories that produce all the gadgets Apple fanatics crave, and it’s not pretty. In short, your iPhones, iPads, iPods, etc., are essentially being produced in slave labor camps.
Reports the Times:
Employees work excessive overtime, in some cases seven days a week, and live in crowded dorms. Some say they stand so long that their legs swell until they can hardly walk. Under-age workers have helped build Apple’s products, and the company’s suppliers have improperly disposed of hazardous waste and falsified records, according to company reports and advocacy groups that, within China, are often considered reliable, independent monitors.
More troubling, the groups say, is some suppliers’ disregard for workers’ health. Two years ago, 137 workers at an Apple supplier in eastern China were injured after they were ordered to use a poisonous chemical to clean iPhone screens. Within seven months last year, two explosions at iPad factories, including in Chengdu, killed four people and injured 77. Before those blasts, Apple had been alerted to hazardous conditions inside the Chengdu plant, according to a Chinese group that published that warning.
“If Apple was warned, and didn’t act, that’s reprehensible,” said Nicholas Ashford, a former chairman of the National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health, a group that advises the United States Labor Department. “But what’s morally repugnant in one country is accepted business practices in another, and companies take advantage of that.”
Even more troubling is that Apple executives know about what goes on in the factories, but turns a blind eye to it because doing something about it would likely stem the tidal waves of cash that continue to roll in.