13 grisly industrial disasters
In the last century, the world has seen mass casualties at clothing factories, chemical plants and nuclear reactors. Here are some of the worst catastrophes.
it says they were unaware i think its more like didn't give a dam. any thing to save a buck and not have to pay their slaves a decent wage!
In Texas 14 dead from explosion like in 1947, same state, nothing learned.
Bangladesh, home of industrial garment companies who pay cheap labor and don't abide by any safety rules.
Three BP officials facing 22 counts of manslaughter.
News coverage of now over 900 dead in building collapse in India? None.
14 dead news coverage in Texas? None.
Benghazi 4 dead 24/7 coverage.
What's the difference between a parking meter and a Bhopalese citizen?
Union Carbide would have gotten in trouble if they'd destroyed 16,000m parking meters.
The WORST industrial disaster was criminalizing Cannabis.
Trillions in lost revenue, jobs, renewable energy, profits, products, working capital.
Big business greed is the route of all evils.
This site was enriching plutonium rods for iran does that give anybody a clue ??
The Star of David didnt like that all
This was also a nuke bomb building site not just a power generating site. that is why the high radiation activity across the world.
You forgot 3 SOCIAL disasters #1 Jimmy Carter's election
#2. Bill Clinton's election
#3. Hussein Obama's BIRTH and Election.
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