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dot com. please please. more news today violence is once again flared up the families are the images the world has been seeing from the streets of canada. the giant corporations are all today. look. so.
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why is the pressure so low. to. go in there and get rid of the oil. cooker. q. my name is muhammad of riffing i'm forty seven years old i dismantle old ships i've spent thirty two years of my life here. it is for them but to.
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get down from their. one most workers come from the north the poorest part of bangladesh that. they got that they all yearn to come here that they consider this place to be like somewhere abroad to be given that. you understand should it go in as like a foreign country to these people. they come here to work a ship breaking yards to make money. the first impression of the workers here is that they are innocent. i guess got a roof leak confirmed that impression. and there was another one twenty one year old. he is quiet and has an innocent
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smile. i've been working here for nine i know ten years i was twelve when i first came here. nobody wanted to hire me them. i brought my younger brother too. he had just finished fifth grade. now actually fourth grade he could barely write his name. this twenty thousand ton cargo ship arrived here two months ago. today's task is dismounting the engine without damaging it.
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the four point seven ton engine of this ship will be sold for ten thousand dollars . we're always in danger eight hours' work means eight hours of danger. only recently we started wearing helmets used to wear just caps. a small amount falling from above could kill us. fatal accidents can happen at any time because we work with heavy materials.
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a ship that just finished an exhausting last trip arrives in chicago. once it arrives the distantly of this ship is set. more than half of the world's retired vessels dismantled here.
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p.h.p. is the oldest among the more than thirty ship breaking yards and should have gone. an authorized entry is strictly prohibited. not. here. on earth. today an old ship is arriving here to be dismantled flagpoles they used to indicate a more in place for the vessel. x.-o.
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. i could never get rid of all of that little. bit of. the loom to my list of those. that were going to tell them to save all their mortal money cause when the ship arrives we have more work to do better and make more money. it's hard work but we are happy because we should feed ourselves. and. all of the things i'm saying. in. the tank that had been crossing the oceans for the past thirty two years now it will have its funeral. with. all the money on.
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this ship should be pulled as close as possible to the shore tonight during high tide otherwise the company will lose lots of money in the. pot that are already. packed on around the. back of the.
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for the past two months a cargo ship was being dismantled and an oil tanker arrived last night both will be broken down bit by bit until nothing is left.
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it was you this rain is nothing get back to work you know. it's the job of the wide group unskilled laborers to pull the four ton metal chain they have from the north the poor part of bank today. they not so fast. so. let's call it.
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was molly was running. for.
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our lives are like this a build a oil tanker here we live and die. if you get it this is all we have. this is a ship graveyard but it could also be a grave for living humans. in this area approximately twenty ship breakers die every year.
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get out of the way. live. i think that. if.
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get out of there. accidents always occur in a flash. here is a good example of what can go wrong suddenly. i'm. not going to one of the i'm. going to get out of saved you. you know you're scared me to death. if i. didn't really saved you you could have died if you were crushed down there. but if you are. going to go well you've got to be strong your hardest
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still pounding. a little bit. nobody can escape from accidents while working here. but i'm not scared i can die today tomorrow or the day after.
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thanksgiving. often fade comes with an accident a random event shaped the destinies of both. i tell you tell your story. there's a huge cyclon in the sixty's one morning after the cyclonic huge vessel was stranded on the shore. it was washed down there on a thousands of people came to take a look at it and they wondered condemned be a ghost or devil in their. way they decided to enter dismantle and recycle it. they started to strip the ship with tools this is how we started breaking ships in
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bangladesh. now about twenty thousand people work at over twenty sites. the ships that came here many people from starving. ships gifts from that's why i love the sea and. but so many people have died. and. that. the furniture please come in.
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two weeks later auction is rushing to p.h.p. four to five auction is bid on each item everything from a generator to dishes. p.h.p. made twenty four thousand dollars today. nothing is wasted here. without these workers hundreds of huge old vessels would have sunk into the ocean like the titanic. thanks. ship breaking you have hundreds of recycle
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shops that often stretch for over two kilometers on both sides of the road it is in a way a huge recycling factory. place . please. please. please. feel.
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a little up properly you don't. place a migrant on our bodies and it will stay there and you know why. there are iron flakes in our bodies we work with iron every day we are iron eaters. our bodies have become pieces of iron themselves. in order to survive in such a hotshot environment one must be strong. here the crows build nests out of fragments of on while. the workers here call those tough birds caught in english on crows.
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this boy's eyes are full of those little boys work here to. work to feed their hungry stomachs. and this is. this is scheifele. this is the youngest we've called him the smallest this is pothole this is beyond dolly everyone works here for they're hungry stomachs. and children are starving and crying compared to do with that children are born with nothing to eat. what kind of parent really do nothing so many crazy things happen when some hang themselves or others leave home poverty drives them into despair it's all because
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of famine the. older you. were twelve. i wolde i'm twelve. i must work no matter how difficult it is you know why when there is nothing to eat at home. for. the money and. why are you taking this this is mine. that. i don't know how i got the right i don't know you can go and get one you don't have a letter where you're taking mine about back now.
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what is the most important thing for human life. therefore the law that bans child labor doesn't make sense here. and the fact that asbestosis fatal for humans is not even an issue. who lets these boys work here they need to eat they're not old enough to work don't you see them working boys are not allowed to work. when there's nothing to eat a tiger will eat grass. you think they like to work they come here because they have nothing to eat. i told you clearly i don't want to get into trouble with the balls if you keep doing it you'll be fired first and never work here again.
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listen they are per boys at the make some money to buy a ticket to go home. send them home now you will have to leave otherwise. and what am i supposed to do. the youngest boy. came to chittagong three months ago following is. a. most it's a fourteen year old boy came with a chromo. just
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a fifteen year old has been here for over a year. patrick. and. if we get angry with you jeez that could get infected. the moment we get. sometimes you need to strip of the filth me and the guy i did yesterday. look it's clean now. from the wow looks cool oh these why did you pay for your short. dollar twenty. and he didn't want a dollar twenty one wanted i don't want to talk about it i'm hungry why i said you
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look cool never have. a voice let's go eat. and he did what was it was the menu for the night they call the flour potato and eggs. and when he gets why it costs eighty cents. what does when you each of you know we eat a lot. you know sometimes you see a story and it seems so you think you understand it and then you glimpse something else you hear or see some other part of it and realize that everything you thought you knew you don't know i'm tom harvey welcome to the big picture.
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above. me is he. he. in the.
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polls. i didn't really write them i didn't read them at the time and i disavow them under attack the mainstream media has turned their firepower toward g.o.p. presidential hopeful ron paul so with one week until the iowa caucus why is the grand thinker of the party under siege. it's three agencies of government when i get there that are gone commerce education and the what's the third one they would say how do you know who is the best fit for the job of commander in chief tonight while trying to determine to voters are capable of making an informed decision.


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