Meatpacking: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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    The pandemic has thrown into high relief some of the longstanding issues surrounding working conditions in meatpacking facilities. John Oliver explains why greater oversight is needed, and how we can go about getting it.
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    1. Zachary Lindahl

      Yay capitalism 🚩

    2. TTS S

      What is this man talking about? He missed his meds for weeks, it appears...

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    5. Yuca Fries

      When did John Oliver become unfunny

    6. Tierra Petersen

      The meatpacking industry sounds horrible, but it's not just the meatpacking industry. It's corporate. I've had jobs where is we were busy there were no breaks. I got written up for going to the bathroom twice, while customers were waiting. I've seen people get fired because they got an injury. But I'm pretty sure the meatpackers have it worse since they are being taken advantage of if they are immigrants. But anyone that's ever worked a line knows you can't leave to piss, so it really is not surprising to me that people would were diapers, no joke, I've thought about it. People are being treated like machines in every low-level corporate job and people are treated as disposable, especially in rural places where work is hard to find.

    7. Ja Ja DingDong

      This show has really gone down hill

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    9. Israfel El elyon

      Treat me like a vibrator

    10. jocodabest

      Go vegan.

    11. ChopStickSoSushi

      Wow I've grown up with the understanding that Oshia was basicly the Law and even misleading an investigator would get your company fined or shut down

    12. Follow the white rabbit

      But tbh, stop buying a chicken for a few dollars. What do you expect... I cant even raise a egg to a hatchling for the price you pay for a full chicken,

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    14. MvD

      I've read about a foot down the list of comments; so far, no mention of meatless Mondays. We live in Pottersville (It's a Wonderful Life) and a grubby bunch of "garlic eaters" the lot of us. Capitalists depend on a docile, easily-duped populace devoid of any capacity or desire to act rationally. George Bush the afterthought confirmed this serf-building sentiment in his first State of the Union address: "Get down to Disney World in Florida," he said. "Take your families and enjoy life, the way we want it to be enjoyed." Notice he specifically doesn't say the way YOU want it to be enjoyed, which reasonably might be expected to be with a lot less meat.

    15. John Schmidt

      We need a sequel to Sinclair’s, “The Jungle.”

    16. Sshh Quiet

      It sounds like slave labor. What is needed perhaps is a revision to the Emancipation Proclamation and Append Amendments to it that state things like 1) minimum wage PLUS danger money to at least $20 per hour; 2) Workplace safety standards and breaks consistent with a civilized industrial country like the U.S.; and 3) To get rid of shambolic contractual sign-offs that essentially destroy your health, block your legal rights to compensation and even death benefits; and essentially create a violently hostile dangerous workplace environment.

    17. Roy Rogers

      The border is extremely important to these companies bottom line

    18. Aden Anthony

      I am friends with related to many plant workers. Oil companies are just as bad. in no way does the plant give a fuck about anybody there, they have had covid shut downs and lockdowns, people getting covid all the fuckin time it's ridiculous.

    19. hinsonian

      there's a book called Slaughterhouse, 2006, that covers all this. PLEASE READ. Not new, need new laws to protect people AND ANINALS. Torture is a crime

    20. Logan Ahern

      Love that they always find some funny video to go along with their sad story

    21. Kfroguar

      I'm sorry but I am still so confused about what a violent gerbil attack has to do with TV dinners. I legitimately do not understand the connection they're trying to make

    22. SilverXT

      @LastWeekTonight I need a clean version so I can show this to my students! We're learning about the industrial revolution and they need to see this! but robot fucking a soup.. can't show that.. :'(

    23. DJ I Love Music

      Im just glad he finally quit talking about Trump man that was exhausting and I genuinely like the show

    24. hawaiisunfun

      go vegan - we don't need this video! Fire the companies with the workers

    25. Carlos Spicyweiner

      How can people not see that capitalism is beyond disgusting now? ... it's putrid.

    26. Mindset Club

      That's why folks change your mindset and change your goals in life. Nobody deserves to undergo these kind of work enveironment that is modern day slavery. Fall down 7 times but stand up 8..

    27. Mindset Club

      Makes you wonder who is better off the chickens or the employees?

    28. Pete Hay

      just another bullshit hit piece attacking the meat industry paid for by PETA....

    29. Jen Gilbert

      Processing 35+ chickens per min seems like an excellent way to spread antibiotic resistant campylobacter

    30. WingsWithFeet

      How about more unions instead of more regulations. Regulations are needed and useful, but don't be surprised when the OSHA can't properly protect workers, the government will always lean towards the interests of companies. We need to empower the workers!!!

    31. Jeffrey Butts

      This guy probably eats meat. Go vegan to take some personal responsibility.

    32. Brandon Oliver

      I work for JBS and this is honestly the way we're treated. We're told family comes first and btw we're your only family. The virus keeps cropping up in our facility and they refuse to admit that it is in our facility.

    33. Luna GEM

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    35. patrick buhr

      Meat packers that rump insisted keep working with no protection must get u.s. citizenship and their families. Instantly.

    36. Bouhhg Z

      You know - watching this segment has me thinking; with all this bickering we do with each other like opposing terrorist organizations based on political/religious philosophies & such - how IS it we've (and I mean the craziest of 'we") never gone after the owners or CEOs & their 'partners in crime' to make conditions like this a usual thing? - this is absolutely ludicrous. Its like all the laws changed to make work conditions decent back in the 1930s never happened.

    37. Darth Kakarot

      i cant believe this guy is famous... he would rather make the problem worse then lift his finger to help....this is whats wrong with the world.... fuck this guy

    38. J O

      I used to work at a Cargill meat packing plant, one of the Union line workers asked his supervisor for a bathroom break five times over the course of an hour the supervisor yelled and screamed and wouldn't allow him to take a bathroom break. The union rep for that worker came over and also yelled and screamed at the worker to get back to work. The worker was an older man in his 60s or 70s...he tried to hold it but eventually peed his pants. More yelling and screaming at him by the union rep and the supervisor. it was one of the worst human rights violations I've ever seen at that Cargill plant. I will never work for them again.

    39. Enesi Majebi

      Companies need to stop calling employees family. We're tired of it

    40. Gabriela Alcantar

      It is really disappointing that just from the beginning of the video you said that the conditions that animals face inside this facilities are terrible, but that they are already "talked enough"... Well no, I couldn't find any single video where you talk about them and how animals are not products to be sold, so let's begin there. I totally understand that workers conditions are so bad as well, but at least this people have a voice to speak up and to act on it. Animals only have their lives and humans still take it away from them. So unfair and so sad that you John Oliver won't dig in this topic because this show is probably supported by sponsors or because your comfort zone and resistance to change won't let you do the changes that are needed for the world to improve in so many aspects, but you probably already know, I wouldn't believe that someone as smart and well prepared like you didn't know about it.

    41. George Zupko

      As disgusting as all of this is, read about the meat packing industry in the 1900s. The book is called "The Jungle" by Upton Sinclair. This book inspired, then President Theodore Roosevelt, to establish the USFDA.

    42. Gabriel Mervis

      ngl I love this show, but i’ve tried to watch this episode 3 times and fallen asleep twice lmao

    43. a krom

      When he shuts up about Trump. He's pretty good.

    44. William Allende

      What's more disgusting is the sell-out politicians with easy lives that let this happen.

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    46. Derek L

      upton sinclair literally wrote the book on this over 100 years ago and it's still this bad

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    48. marty martyn

      I remember the book published in 2001, Fast Food Nation: the Dark Side of the All-American Meal. It addressed similar issues & food quality in America. Sadly, not much has changed.

    49. William Allende

      This would work all well and good if companies hadn't since the time of Reagan being withering down on employees rights by buying legislation, congressman, senators, and presidents.

    50. Ka-Pow!

      @ 1:45 We have to protect our Team Members, the meatpacking rep said. Was he one of the ones who lobbied for workers to be ineligible for their unemployment benefits if they believed the workplace was unsafe? Or was he one of the managers who placed bets on which worked would get Covid and die? Fuck that guy, and his industry.

    51. Eva & Stu

      OSHA where you at?

    52. MsZephyra

      I knew I'd have to brace myself for this one. The blatant disregard for human rights and the extreme injustice and inequality makes my blood boil. We need to get money the hell out of politics NOW to have any hope of decent transparency and accountability.

    53. Drew Blank

      This is why I kill Butcher and harvest my own meat

    54. Sergio Ramos

      This reminded my of "The Jungle" by Upton Sinclair

    55. Mr Drone

      So Mr. Oliver if I were a millionaire I would not mind paying $8 a pound for chicken. The person who complains without proposing a solution is just bitching. Please offer a solution instead of complaining. Let's do a thought experiment. Let's say there are 10 workers per line, basically 5 per side of the production line. Because of social distancing there are only two workers per line instead. Is the price of chicken going to go down, remain the same, or go up. Of course the price will increase due to the reduced amount of chickens being produced for consumption. Let's also include the maintenance workers who are present every day and night working who also have to socially distance while working together. Sounds like a contradiction? It is. John wants to complain about the working conditions for people and yet does nothing...... besides complain for a profit. 📈

    56. Meghan hm

      Do food service next!! Servers and back of house deserve better than the shit sandwich society forces us to gag on.

    57. Meghan hm

      Do food service next!! Servers and back of house deserve better than the shit sandwich society forces us to gag on.

    58. saintveri

      Rip 🙏

    59. meme

      I knew that sam'o'nella video would come in handy!

    60. Веско Динев

      Hey. HEY. Don’t kink shame. If a man enjoys paintings of fowl play, there’s nothing wrong with that. If your painting of rats fucking is okay, then so is this. I’m disappointed in you, John.

    61. halukgulx

      try not to think about the local camera crew that's filming a piece about your corporate office culture that will one day be uncomfortably juxtaposed with how appaulingly your company treats their workers in it's factories in a live show. - saving it for future me

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    65. Henry Coker

      Hell no I wish my bosses would try to stop me from going to the bathroom or taking my breaks trust they got no problem with you skipping though & you get nothing if maybe a pat on the back & over look for jobs you know how to do

    66. Henry Coker

      Awe that sounds like them too... I don't have any proof but...come on

    67. Henry Coker

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    69. liaku25

      I can always count on this show to remind me why we need to start moving past capitalism.

    70. Josh

      I will say this, they shouldn't have to wear diapers or anything, but like, diapers take away Urine from your skin like immediately, and are fairly sanity, we wouldn't put them on babies if they weren't, not saying its okay but like just find the trope of "diapers are gross" kinda weird

    71. Scott Lee Clayton

      WTF!!! is that advert!??

    72. PrometheusV

      Wow, in germany we have the EXACT same problem. Down to the T

    73. Fred Shred

      4.9k didn't like this, wtf is wrong with you? you think this is untrue or that its a normal way to work?

    74. coochie connoisseur

      I thought this whole episode was about me😎

    75. Grogu Djarin

      Find a local farm. Buy your meat from them.

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    77. Kay Lyon

      Want to change this fast? Boycott the damn industry. Stop PAYING them to treat their employees like dispensable pieces of crap and stop the torture of millions of animals. YOU PAY THEM TO DO THIS! Only YOU can prevent it!

    78. Gary Noble

      Welcome to the world of deregulation

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    80. Ömer Kaya

      2:11 this isn't even funny, it is sad to see that your family is so dysfunctional that you value these before your family, get some help

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    82. Arturs

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    83. Marten Algra

      Screw using animal products go vegan

    84. Towkeeyoh

      Welcome back to Last Week Tonight where a British guy yet again, tries to save America from itself.

    85. Jan Rei

      So the US is officially back in the 1900 era of worker rights movements. Fantastic.

    86. Jan Ebrard

      When you make a rule that says all work injuries need to be reported, you get complaints of government overreach because sometimes of course the injury IS just treatable with a band-aid. But if you don't do that, companies will just exploit the loophole and treat everything with a band-aid to avoid reporting. Absolutely disgusting.

    87. Cre Henge

      Proud to be a vegan, but not as Proud as not being an American xD

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    89. neil nelson

      And Americans ridicule Chinese companies and its people as if they have better working standards, yet they both have the same poor working and business culture.

    90. Rocky ROCKS

      This is literally my 1st time watching John Oliver and TBH he is absolutely amazing. Not a beep irritating my ears.

    91. Noah Karpinski

      Factory worker here Another fun game management likes is even in states that have legalized weed, you can still be subjected to urine tests and they can fire you if you have weed in your system (even if you're not high on the job or have a medical card) Of course, they only test people after they've gotten into accidents.

    92. Kosmicpower

      People with limited intelligence, and their disease spreading, blabbering. It's like I need a new cave and better ways.

    93. Truth Seeker

      They should use those glove boxes user for handling nuclear material

    94. Thank you

      Lol people saying this is the reason to become vegan the agricultural industry isn't any better

    95. John Wolf2

      Almost all of those workers are Illegal Aliens. Just what you want; a former ISIS guy handling your food. Buy local... only.

    96. Daniel Miller

      royal caribbean fired me but it's okay...... cheryl vanni. there is always suicide. hey does anyone ever remember talking to a DANIEL FROM OREGON. I HAVE A KNIFE AND A BOTTLE OF PILLS AND A BOTTLE OF BLOOD RED WINE> amber tierney

    97. jenelle ward

      “Namaste.”

    98. 3rdaxis

      Hey John. Maybe we should be talking about everything that Joe Biden promised us in his campaign like um... THE FUCKING $2000 STIMULOUS CHECK??!!??!! Just for fucking starters...

    99. Nathan J

      Solution stop eating meat. Its bad for the environment bad for your health and inhumane.. Just stop

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