Tönnies’ pigs are now crying out to Merkel: help, help for workers in the East

Must Read

Telerenta expands operations in Poland. investments toreach 1.5 million Euros by year-end

Bucharest July 10, 2024 - RBJ - The Romanian tech startup, Telerenta, which operates the only electronic equipment rental...

The Direct Pharma Logistics group of pharmaceutical companies is expanding its operations in Bulgaria

Bucharest, July 3, 2024 - RBJ - The Direct Pharma Logistics group of pharmaceutical companies, consisting of Direct Pharma...

In 2023, Romania surpassed Spain, and Portugal, as well as all the eastern EU states, including Poland, in terms of current individual consumption per...

Bucharest, June 27, 2024 - RBJ - According to an analysis by Eurostat, published recently, Romania made an important...

By Constantin Radut
Yesterday, the German weekly Der Spiegel paid a sincere homage to the meat industry of the last century, which then entered the era of Ford-type industrialization. An American company from the beginning of the 20th century brought so many improvements to increase labor productivity that its production covered over 80% of the US domestic needs. Everything was done at the expense of slavery in slaughterhouses, the exploitation of workers in the poor world, including those in Eastern Europe.
The end of this wonderful story was that the business went bankrupt when it came to the “technology” of exploiting workers.
The same is true of the great meat factory of Clemens Tönnies, a rich man at the expense of poorly paid work by the owner of the same name. Romanian billionaire Ion Tiriac said the other day that it was not true that his friend paid little money for the work of “slaves” in Eastern Europe. He himself, a good friend of Clemens Tönnies (money for money, says a Romanian proverb) claims, on his word of honor, that Tönnies paid foreign workers who also spent 12 hours slaughtering pigs, at least 2,500 and 3,000 euros. Today, Romanian workers at Tönnies’ pig factory responded immediately: people sent documents to the press stating that they receive 1200-1300 euros net per month, earned for an average of 10 hours per day of work and only one day off. per week.
The scandal became even bigger when it was found that Tönnies not only exploited the work of those in the East, but hired them through intermediaries, through intermediary companies. A technique specific to mobsters, in order not to find the true source of profit of the owner. That’s how the company now led by Clemens Tönnies, the most powerful in Germany and Europe, came to be. It produces cheaply because it pays little labor and exports a lot because its products are cheap because of mass exploitation.
The affair has become so painful that the German press is talking about the fall of the CDU (Mrs. Angela Merkel’s party) in North Rhine-Westphalia.
They and?
What is the government of Chancellor Angela Merkel doing to combat, in the future, undeclared work and the onerous business of German concerns? Nothing! And why Angela Merkel accepts dirty business. She who was considered the most correct politician of the current generation.
Everything is coming to light now. Angela Merkel is a stingy politician, like all Germans who believe they are masters of Europe.
They spent nothing on the NATO army and the defense of Europe, but instead manufactured and sold impressive quantities of weapons to warring countries. From the former Yugoslavia, which the Merkel regime managed to disintegrate in a few years, to the poorest countries in Africa.
After the Second World War, Germany became rich with the help of America, and after the fall of the Berlin Wall, it imposed its supremacy in Eastern Europe under the motto “divide et impera”.
From July 1, Germany will take over the rotating EU presidency. What will Mrs Angela Merkel do in the next six months? Will it attack the scalavist methods imposed by the Clemens Tönnies concern in the meat industry sector? Will it demand equal pay for workers in the East and the West? Will he campaign for the treatment of Eastern European countries as equal partners or will she turn a blind eye to the persecution and exploitation of Eastern European countries?
The pigs in the Tönnies concern are shouting: help, help, Mrs Merkel for the workers in the East!

- Advertisement -
Latest News

Telerenta expands operations in Poland. investments toreach 1.5 million Euros by year-end

Bucharest July 10, 2024 - RBJ - The Romanian tech startup, Telerenta, which operates the only electronic equipment rental...

The Direct Pharma Logistics group of pharmaceutical companies is expanding its operations in Bulgaria

Bucharest, July 3, 2024 - RBJ - The Direct Pharma Logistics group of pharmaceutical companies, consisting of Direct Pharma Logistics, Pharmalink, and Farmatop, dedicated...

In 2023, Romania surpassed Spain, and Portugal, as well as all the eastern EU states, including Poland, in terms of current individual consumption per...

Bucharest, June 27, 2024 - RBJ - According to an analysis by Eurostat, published recently, Romania made an important leap in terms of real...

Three students from Romania want to revolutionize aircraft avionics. They were awarded at the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF). Among the prize winners...

Bucharest, June 18, 2024 - RBJ - Filip Bușcu, David Ghiberdic and Rareș Marinescu, students at the Bucharest International Informatics High School, won a...

Media Fact Book 2024, Initiative: The local media market will reach a record value of 762 million euro by the end of this year

Bucharest, June 17, 2024 - RBJ - The media market in Romania has been on a stable upward trend in 2023, reaching an estimated...
- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -