Here is difference between slaves in Bangladesh and slaves in west texas: Slaves in Bangladesh cannot be seen from Texas, whereas slaves in west texas - in this instance - can be seen pretty much everywhere following the explosion.<quoted text> What's the difference between Bangladesh laborers who died in the factory fire and the Texan laborers who died in the fire and explosion at the West Texas fertilizer factory ? None . Both are examples of poor exploited low wage workers with few benefits working for a criminal company that had violated numerous work place safety ordinances and building codes. West Texas has become the new 'Bangladesh'.
Tonto see if he can draw more comprehensive analogy... idiotOtron in here he say, "Who cares about a thousand slaves being crushed to death in Bangladesh? What about 3 or 4 dead CIA employees in Libya?" On face of it, he lack a sense of scale. But he not REALLY lack it, he PRETEND to lack it. His actual purpose is simply to draw fire away from Kochs or Perrys or Romneys or Wax Mans when the fire gets too intense or too close to them. It just business, not personal.
The oil that blow up in Canada and destroy town, kill everyone, that oil is the same oil now ship to Texas in doomed Keystone pipeline. Keystone pipeline only benefit a very few but it make those very few very rich. Libya not make them very rich, not yet anyway. So 1000 people die in Bangladesh, a million people in Iraq, 100 people in Canada, 20 children in Connecticut, a black boy with a bag of candy in Florida, they just collateral damage for their derision, because if the general population stopped and looked to see who benefit from those deaths, then they may see just a very few people trying to get good return on investment in oil, in guns and willing to say or do anything to get one.
4 CIA employees in Libya? A stolidly gay ambassador with Israeli investment credentials, that real crux of the matter. Uh-huh, and Tonto the Lone Ranger.