The latter drone, he adds, was also referred to as “Sky Raper,” for a simple reason – “because it killed a lot of people.” When operators were assigned to “Sky Raper,” he adds, it meant that “somebody was going to die. It was always set to the most high-priority missions.”
To date, there have been a total of 179 major human rights violations of Coca-Cola’s workers, including 9 murders. Family members of union activists have been abducted and tortured. Union members have been fired for attending union meetings. The company has pressured workers to resign their union membership and contractual rights, and fired workers who refused to do so.Most troubling to the delegation were the persistent allegations that paramilitary violence against workers was done with the knowledge of and likely under the direction of company managers. The physical access that paramilitaries have had to Coca-Cola bottling plants is impossible without company knowledge and/or tacit approval #AmericaIsBeautiful
Coke is as America as they come.
btw from now on i will make every effort to refer to the reign of an american president as “regime”, the bush regime, the clinton regime, the roosevelt regime, etc
"administration" just lends them an air of exceptional legitimacy that i’m sure you’ll agree is completely undeserved
I have 38 brains. Not one of them thinks you can sign a contract to be a slave, especially now that we have a black president.