Do you feel the guilt of wearing cheap clothes
coming from poor nations? That would depends on how sympathetic I am to the
people or to the corrupt countries. Yes, my first country is not exempted to so
call political corruption, but it is not common in my country that a building
collapse due to poor infrastructure.
We all know about the building collapsed in
Bangladesh taking lives of hundred innocents. It is said, that this building is
a clothing factory for foreign countries, and in fact, these clothes are sold
here in my second beloved country. Merchants to merchants’ business dealings
are assumed to be producing “code of ethics” products, specifically the safety
of its workers.
Yes, yes and yes. We want our country to be
productive, but approving building permits rushed to the point of under the
table ink. There is increase productivity, child labour is there, poor working
condition is there and dilapidated building of the workforces. Corrupt, corrupt
and corruption are they. When building collapse, they blame and slammed our
face of wearing cheap clothes from Bangladesh. Are we guilty for paying the
cheap goods? Why blamed my purchased and slammed my face for guilt that I did
not commit. I earned my money to buy those garments and the store did not say
that the garments are coming from poor condition factory. Put the blames to the
merchants not to the end users who knows nothing about the sources of the goods.