|Quoting YOWza (Reply 5):|
|Quoting VC10BOAC (Reply 4):|
I was in Freetown, Sierra Leone in 2004 and the Chinese were there too.
|Quoting AirSpare (Thread starter):|
that the Chinese that are here working are mostly prisoners sent here to work.....would this be a major violation of the WTO and human rights?
|Quoting DeltaGator (Reply 9):|
Debate on Chinese human rights issues aside. Why do people think making prisoners work is such a bad thing and against their human rights? These folks have shown they can't be a functioning member of society so why not get something out of them? It's better than having them sit around in their cell 23 hours a day an lets them learn somewhat of a trade for when they are claimed to have been rehabilitated?
|Quoting DeltaGator (Reply 11):|
Same working conditions I suppose though I'd make it tough on them. Obviously give them water and food but not much else.