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Zachary Matthew James (1 день назад)
Am I the only one who thinks that Bangladeshi Swamphen isn’t THAT bad of a company name?
Ketevan (1 день назад)
John at his best.
Ro mi (2 дня назад)
2018 is ending and not much has changed...
Rama Narayanan (5 дней назад)
Worked in the export market for 17 years.and thank you for making this.
iforinsignificant (6 дней назад)
For a detailed portrayal of issues talked about in this video, one might check out a documentary called "The True Cost".
Jerry Cronan (9 дней назад)
A US company creates opportunities for people in struggling countries, and Libs want it ended because it doesn't fit their world view. Did you ever consider that those children work for a better life? Do you think if they didn't have that job they would be playing games and studying computer science? Turns out, unlike your life, many people struggle to survive around the world and every job at every age helps. Your desire for an idealistic childhood, robs the means to buy food, rent, and survival for families around the world. Even though you seem completely unable to accept it Libs, the world is not like the United States; Some people have to work at 14 years old to survive. Working for GAP is a lot better than being a child soldier or starving. Such is life.
The children in these circumstances are the only thing to help their family. Instead of taking their jobs away, how about trying to help them?
Bimal Mishra (12 дней назад)
All those clapping for this clown should sit down and STITCH THEIR OWN clothes. Or shut their bullshine up.
sidujjaman shuvo (13 дней назад)
You know for accidentally killing 1100 people for mismanagement in his building what Mr Rana the owner of RANA PLAZA is suffering???? Well he got 3 years of prison sentence. And some how he is not in jail.
ellieminnow (14 дней назад)
Ok, with all that being said, can we re visit minimum wage in America because, the pay we get is directly related to the amount of money we can afford to spend and acting like anyone that can't afford to not buy cheap clothes is an unenlightened jerk that doesn't care about the people being treated badly like this is a little bit elitist. People buy cheap clothes because that's what they can afford but it's not because they feel good about their purchases.
Adam Vagaday (15 дней назад)
Haha my American friends, don’t be stupid and naive that just companies like H&M, Zara, GAP etc. do this. Companies like Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren and many more in similar price range do exactly same thing in almost identical factories, from almost identical materials. You are just making their profit margins bigger by paying 50$ per tshirt.
Savage Surfer (16 дней назад)
Now I'm an Indian. Child labour and poverty are genuine issues here. And still you cannot imagine to be of any worth without being wrapped in those branded fabrics. Here garments are not just fashion statement, they are a representative of your socio-economic status and maybe even your character. And then there is this hollow sense of pride associated with a fucking piece of cloth. It's like the phrase 'born with a silver spoon in one's mouth' should be effectively replaced with 'born with a tag up one's ass'.
Cary Turner (16 дней назад)
Those "flautas" were most definitely 7 Eleven taquitos...
Mitchell Kuhn (17 дней назад)
Lmao wagon on mystery chickens.. only John Oliver can say they shit with a straight face
Isabel Kalestiantz (17 дней назад)
i work at whole foods, we actually sell rotisserie chickens for 7.99? 9.99 if you want organic but... they're pretty good chickens. i think.
Magpie (18 дней назад)
I been wearing the same tees for 12 years. So I am good. I am not really fashionable or know ppple "rich" enough to buy too many clothes many clothes every month.
Isha Biswas (19 дней назад)
As a native Bengali speaker from India, my heart tore out when I heard the little girls from Bangladesh answering the journalists. We share our native vernacular with them. And I'm fucking mad at what's happening and mad at myself bevause I don't know how to help, what to do
a946035 (19 дней назад)
Half the blame also goes to the country's government for not enforcing safe labour regulations.
Abhishek Amol (20 дней назад)
the level of emotion in his voice makes me feel so much i can't even !!
James Mills (23 дня назад)
That's all good food though
Tay Tay Hoodje (25 дней назад)
"EAT THEM. EAT TH3M. E A T TH3M! EAT THIS WAGON OF MYSTERY CHICK3NS" might be the most amazing words I've ever heard. God I love this man
seth thomas (26 дней назад)
Why is the food so expensive. Am I poor? 😯
taylor rivera (26 дней назад)
I’ve worked for gap inc for over 5 years and honestly they don’t even take car of their employees here let alone the innocent children in the factories. fuck art peck and fuck old navy
Jacob Thomas (27 дней назад)
This is why I buy clothes from Charity shops.
Apoorv nath (29 дней назад)
Did the show actually send them lunch?
D3NT4L FL055 (1 месяц назад)
you can get the same chicken in Canada for a 1.33 USD cheaper, and it is Canadian chicken raised without Hormones, and fully cooked
Bearly Sims (1 месяц назад)
Dan from college humor!
Capuc!ne Chaussonpassion (1 месяц назад)
big companies like gap, zara, h&m just get suppliers to do their dirty job of exploiting poor people (children included, but also a vast majority of women) so they can say that they didn't know (they do they just don't care)
Joseph Russel Timpug Ison (1 месяц назад)
By cheapening the price of non-essential items and arguably essential items we have become wasteful people with ever decreasing salaries. Could our inept governments even control prices? 😃
Doge Dk (1 месяц назад)
13:27
Paul Renville (1 месяц назад)
John Oliver ya genius bastard, I love your staff, you, and everyone you care about.
Susan Baugh (1 месяц назад)
The supply chain not only in fashion, but in big industry overall, correlates directly with the things we learned about finance industry: securitization, bundling, compounding, off-shoring, laundering, etc.-- all very complicated, convoluted, and corrupt; almost impossible to trace. Regulatory systems become the roadmap for loopholes; we are all hooked into it, knowingly or not. Nothing will change until/unless our values systems are reset to reflect Natural capital (resources) and Human Capital (creativity, labor), and not smoke and mirrors. The planet may just work that out for us in the not too distant future.
Marty Anderson (1 месяц назад)
John Oliver sounds almost the same like Eric Idle
crybabybs (1 месяц назад)
Holy shit this is still relevant
Xhanthan (1 месяц назад)
Why not make a law: If you, lets say X, are in Nation A and contract to sb., lets say Y, in Nation B, and it is found out, that your contractor (Y) violates laws of Nation A (lets say "child labour laws") ... ... you (X) are actually directly liable; just as if you violated the law(s) yourself. I bet you, all child labour (enforced by Nation A) will suddenly come to an end. Hit them where it hurts - money!
Zvie Oercane (1 месяц назад)
The girl Eliot at the end had one of the smuggest expressions I've ever seen. What did she do to those chickens!?!
Careonovam (1 месяц назад)
pfwuuuh... clothing is something i really dont think about that often. i own three sets of clothing which are exactly the same and i only buy new clothing if one of those sets is damaged. quite minimalistic, but at least i can be sure they are not made in sweatshops and/or by children.
thetruephoenixful (1 месяц назад)
CAPITALISM
Savage Dragon (1 месяц назад)
I would eat ALL of that food except for the shrimp thing. Also, what's the problem with child labor really?
Kevin Crabtree (1 месяц назад)
Be honest, it's more productive and beneficial than what 12-14 year Olds do in America tho lazy pathetic shits
Butt Soup (1 месяц назад)
DAN GUREWITCH, WOO!!! BEEF GUREWITCH 4 LIFE!!!!!!
Anne Kautzi (1 месяц назад)
Funny watching this as an avid Goodwill buyer
tina yta (1 месяц назад)
Круты вы ребята. Great respect to John Oliver from Russia.
Jessica Simas (1 месяц назад)
Looking great, Gurewitch!
JohnR88 (1 месяц назад)
Levi's are trash now because they aren't made in the U.S. like they should be.
Kay Haven (1 месяц назад)
Thrift shopping all the way baby. 35$ for a SINGLE item of clothing? You gotta be ******* kidding me!
Ok Bro (1 месяц назад)
Come to North County mall, Mohali (India) nobody buys h&m, there's a discount of more Than 70% all year around n i was gifted a pair for shoes after 8 months I saw it!
Alan Novaes (1 месяц назад)
$8 is normal for rotisserie chicken
Charlie Pitcher (1 месяц назад)
Midwestern tweens.
Jenny Shull (1 месяц назад)
Last week's fashion keeping your food waste in landfills warm.
Michael Saint (1 месяц назад)
GO HOME LIMY YOUR STEALING AN AMERICANS WAGES TO SEND HOME 1/2 YOUR INCOME & CHEAT YOUR QUEEN FROM TAXING YOUR UGLY ASS 50% FUCKING PARASITE
shydreamguy wantsaboyfriend (1 месяц назад)
Everyone bitches about Slave Labor and child labor but nobody does anything about it except try to cover it up and deny responsibility Like the US and those 2,963 missing immigrant children that no one is even trying to find .
Liv Lovely (1 месяц назад)
Let's talkmabout how Elliot was a gott damnded professional.
Andrew Costello (1 месяц назад)
Let's be honest, the problem is all the spoiled brats (from 5 years old to 95 years old) in the western world who want 50 different sets of clothes each season, but aren't willing to pay for quality. If everyone was willing to buy quality items, these kids parents would earn enough money - so their kids could go to school and their governments could develop the tax base to improve their countries.
Rachel Smith (1 месяц назад)
EAT THIS WAGON OF MYSTERY CHICKENS
normie x (1 месяц назад)
I`d love to see american teenage crackheads work 18 hours a day making clothes for kids in Bangladesh, but....life is not fair. I have one solution, though: Wipe the us corporatist pigs off the face of the earth by nuking the entire country.
Leander Barreto (1 месяц назад)
From the sketch to the rack
Angelica Cushing (1 месяц назад)
As a tel aviv night club owner, im triggered by this.
Kathy B (1 месяц назад)
I would prefer to ask fashion companies to provide free, onsite schools at their factories with a required 60/40 ratio of female/male students along with funding university scholarships for children of factory workers, especially girls.
Kathy B (1 месяц назад)
The sad thing is those 12 and 14 year old girls probably had to switch to working in the sex trade once they were fired from the Gap factory. I'm actually more concerned about the safety conditions in those factories than the fact adolescents are working alongside their mothers. These families are going to have their children working in some way as soon as possible. The solution is to support programs that educate women and girls of all ages and help them to start their own businesses to achieve real independence.
Henrik N (2 месяца назад)
I love how Swedish CEO becomes German excentric haha. Schuch schwag!
Fish Jan (2 месяца назад)
I literally have 3 pants that I wear to school everyday. 2 sweats (puma, Adidas) and shorts (Adidas).
Oxfordium (2 месяца назад)
Oh hey, the guy who was the "Plaid Everyday" model is the "Half Anime Guy" from CollegeHumor.
madhusai vemulamada (2 месяца назад)
I love this show. But,how come this show is still running even after criticising big brands. Doesn't it get threats or something
Aemoon (1 месяц назад)
Because this show does not affects their business. Its irrelevant to them.
Al-Ikram Chowdory (2 месяца назад)
13:34 I can bet that only costs around 7 to 9 dollers per piece.
Amit Orko (2 месяца назад)
I’m from Bangladesh and i love 4:42
Julie W. (2 месяца назад)
Yeeeaaahhhh, but did any of you ask WHY these young children are lying about their age to get work? Maybe because they can't eat without those jobs? Now, if the other ones were actual slaves, that's different (although, since they said "virtual slaves" I don't know what that meant, for sure). The shed without any fire extinguisher or fire exit is something else entirely. You'd think they'd WANT to protect the clothes, at least.
john gideon (2 месяца назад)
I am one of those guys I purchased ten shirts and now the only clothing I buy is about two pares of pants and a pack of ether socks or underwear per year. It Rocks come to the dark side
Lord Slapaman (2 месяца назад)
To be fair, i would totally eat those mystery dumplings
Ls Vijay (2 месяца назад)
How British made money from India, this is how.
Ls Vijay (2 месяца назад)
Fucking North India, you always boast about your leadership, now speak about this. What's your trash uneducated leaders doing for this.
Ls Vijay (2 месяца назад)
I'm an Indian, I want to kill my leaders.
Big Al (2 месяца назад)
“Eat this wagon of mystery chickens...”
varun009 (2 месяца назад)
I think the issue is more complex than this. I don't think you can hold buyers accountable for the low safety standards set by thr Bangladeshi government and the people who violate them. They do this partly out of negligence but mostly because the whole social structure is so corrupt that they can do nothing but. If they construct buildings they can rarely get the job done professionally - without the contractor stealing money meant for cement. Similarly, the country may not have the infrastructure for education so children work instead. Enforcing safety standards individually will not work at this moment. The accrued cost of making the necessary concessions for one company to the exclusion of all others will kill them in the market while doing nothing to increase their marketability. I think there are social problems in these countries that need to be internally resolved not out of convenience but necessity. There's nothing on the consumer end that can be done other than toppling the economy of a region or even an entire nation. Where you guys can really help is to force companies to unilaterally increase the profit margin of their suppliers and leave it to the country to ensure the employees get a fair share.
the marinara man (2 месяца назад)
Americans just don't care about other people if it saves them money
Kamikatze (2 месяца назад)
made for kids by kids
Someofficer (2 месяца назад)
Real fashion is a 19th century officer uniform
Dr. Bees (2 месяца назад)
Oddly enough, the grocery store I work at has $5 rotisserie chickens. I'm... questioning the quality of it all a little bit, gonna be honest.
mukunda (2 месяца назад)
I'm sorry, but that human cost is worth for countries like bangladesh, india, nepal due to our poor financial condition.
Janie Ryan (2 месяца назад)
A lot of people who say they genuinely can't afford to not buy fast fashion are telling the truth. I had about 2 outfits at a time as a kid, mostly stuff from Ross or charities, and a $15 dollar top from Wet Seal was a luxury to me. But a lot of people are also full of garbage. Your closet overflowing with clothes deeply contradicts your claims that you "just can't afford to spend $150 on a dress!" We are just conditioned to want way, way more clothes than we need or can possibly even wear in a lifetime. Shame on some of us (including myself for many years) for not thinking critically, and shame on brands for exploiting that in the name of profit.
Samira Peri (3 месяца назад)
It's also horrible for the environment.
Tim Sadinski (3 месяца назад)
Oliver not only a great speaker but a great research team he needs to bring them out so they can receive accolades for their part...🎆🎇🌠👍👍👏👏👏 that's for the research team that exposes the greedy ass fat lazy ugly people and I can say that because I am not materialistic in any form and I can't stand people who go to all-you-can-eat places pile their plate and leave half on there and go get a new plate to leave more on there and then get another plate.. if you don't know if you're going to like it then just get a little bit what the fuck is wrong with that you don't like it then you don't waste a lot stop going back for more when you know you're fucking full and when I said fat greedy ugly people I mean Americans not all but plenty
Michael Lopez (3 месяца назад)
I’m lucky too get new clothes at all, how the fuck can u all afford 64 pieces of clothes on average per person per year
Jx42 (3 месяца назад)
I own 4 Jeans. I wear them since 10 years.
Miguel Pino (3 месяца назад)
European companies are usually much more responsible on how they manage the supply chain for the simple reason that they are more punished when they misbehave. This has been researched in other sectors aswell. In this sense, I can tell you that Walmart is the paradigm of predatory behavior in how they treat suppliers in third world countries. On the other side, Ikea (especially after the 90s scandals) is the counterexample, as they have reduced from thousands of suppliers to just 200 , so they can actually control them. They establish long-term relationships and help the improving their facilities. In the case of clothing, Inditex (Zara) business model is not based in obtaining the cheapest suppliers, but the fastest, this is why 40% of their production is in Europe (20% of this in Spain and Portugal, close to their HQ). Manufacturing clothes became so cheap, that they prefer to have flexibility and the fast production, so they can adapt to the latest trends. They even ship clothes by flight instead of ships. Therefore their inventory management is top-of-the-art, and they are able to send different clothes to the Tokyo downtown store in comparison to the Tokyo's suburb store, depending of the type of clothes they sell. And sending new clothes to each store twice per week. Gap is the counterexample, they order huge orders of the same clothes to places like Bangladesh and Vietnam. They need to design them 6 months before they arrive, so if the trends change, or the season designed was bad, they have a huge inventory problem, and with no time to adapt. The business model was purely based on obtaining the cheeeeeapest suppliers. They were world #1 retail clothing company some years ago. Now I think their are #4 after Fast Retailing/Uniqlo, H&M (#2) and Inditex/Zara (#1). Some way GAP has been punished. Unfortunately, it never was because of their malpractices. I would say because of their broken business model, they pushed even harder to suppliers, and that's why they had so many recurrent problems. They pretend they care, but then they demand so cheap prices, that only suppliers that cheat can get the order. Funny thing, this is the similar problem Apple has. They demand minimum working conditions, they try to audit, but at the same time, they demand so cheap components that only suppliers that cheat can win the bidding process. It's not a problem of price, but of business culture and the fact that they think that they will not be punished for misbehaving. Please punish companies that misbehave all the time.
Paul TheSkeptic (3 месяца назад)
I love John Oliver but watching it is kind of depressing. Are there really this many horrible things going on in the world where he can have a new show every week and not even worry about running out of subjects?
Paul TheSkeptic (2 месяца назад)
Lol. Yep. That's a good way to put it. You laugh, then cry.
BOH10666 (2 месяца назад)
yep, you're not wrong. i generally laugh really heartily and then cry.
mushfiqul ridoy (3 месяца назад)
I'm from Bangladesh and dude xD this is all true
Marlene Mcgovern (3 месяца назад)
I do not like shopping for clothes. Labels are to impress. Be Original! Create your own.😊🤙
seeamerica1 (3 месяца назад)
excuse me but kids age 14yrs can work in America as long as they get permission from the parent.
seeamerica1 (2 месяца назад)
if you're gonna post like you know something about a topic then Why don't you have anything on your channel eh TROLL?
BOH10666 (2 месяца назад)
but there are restrictions on hours, type of work, etc. if you're gonna post like you know something about a topic then KNOW about the topic.
kristi.s (3 месяца назад)
Someone has to be advocating for reasonable fashion. The business is out of order.
rwdplz1 (3 месяца назад)
Don't kid yourselves: Most of what you buy overseas is made in Chinese sweatshops.
Sora NioStaur (3 месяца назад)
I fucking love this show XD
Vox - Tale (3 месяца назад)
WOOO H&M!
TributesAndUnique (3 месяца назад)
Since when was Zara cheap?
Bmwy 2018 (3 месяца назад)
Woman
Cak Redi (3 месяца назад)
I think we all owe big time apologies to Bangladesh.
Ariel Sarullo (3 месяца назад)
Here's what I recommend. Instead of paying $15 for a garment that will last you 1 year from a brand that might support sweatshop labor, buy a $50 garment that will last you 5 years and is certified to be ethical or made in America. Pay the same amount of money but choose quality over quantity and realize that a well made, ethically made garment is more important than a cheap, easy to break, unethically made one.
Seokjun An (3 месяца назад)
He makes fun of men wearing plaid shirts, wears one himself.
Isaac Ruiz (3 месяца назад)
This makes me hate basic white people so much.
Aoi Otaku (3 месяца назад)
This show is so funny, yet so informative...it’s so insightful.

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