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. Juan Contreras
    Juan Contreras
    Hour ago

    Nothing about Biden?? You are a Joke!!!

  2. L Lamoy
    L Lamoy
    Hour ago

    I started working at one of these companies because of covid in Canada overall so far its not as bad but I haven't been working there that long so ............ idk

  3. Chistian White
    Chistian White
    2 hours ago

    Why is milk the reason the family pet became possessed?

  4. Rosannexo1 Cantubpp7
    Rosannexo1 Cantubpp7
    2 hours ago

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  5. Jojo Toto
    Jojo Toto
    4 hours ago

    American dream looks more like American nightmare ... These greedy companies want to grab more more money .These CEOs have workers' blood on their hands ...It's almost the same nightmare in European call centers and in European telecom companies

  6. Vladinek Januška
    Vladinek Januška
    4 hours ago

    American capitalism is fcked up game. People working on low positions are basicly slaves. No rights, no value, no future.

  7. nathanial merwin
    nathanial merwin
    6 hours ago

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  8. Yang Daily - Andrew Yang News podcast
    Yang Daily - Andrew Yang News podcast
    7 hours ago

    It is disgusting. And it's all a result of our reliance on employment for survival income creating a lever for employers to exploit workers. Go through the issues presented in this video and ask yourself, how much of this would be happening if people had a #UBI providing enough to meet their basic needs, unconditionally? Would these workers put up with this treatment? Or would they refuse such working conditions, because they can afford to, thus forcing the employers to do better? Regulations can only ever mitigate the problems created by poverty. Only eliminating poverty entirely solves these issues and so many more.

  9. rckblzr12
    rckblzr12
    7 hours ago

    Is there a legit reason why the plants put out so much food? Seems like a lot of it goes to waste in supermarkets.

  10. Ak
    Ak
    8 hours ago

    6:24 lmao ironic

  11. Liana H
    Liana H
    8 hours ago

    He did an upton sinclair's the jungle 100 years later

  12. John Alexander Singleton
    John Alexander Singleton
    9 hours ago

    yeah well you've never been to a casino then, prudes. Cancel the chicken nugget order, stat

  13. SpaceViking
    SpaceViking
    11 hours ago

    America slipping down the slope. Sad.

  14. Jake Skelington
    Jake Skelington
    11 hours ago

    I used to hang off every word this dude said. He's just like every other media outlet. Half the truth, half misleading information. Not necessarily a lie, just misleading. On that note, this is all unfortunately very true, but doesn't describe the half of it...

  15. n3rdm4n
    n3rdm4n
    13 hours ago

    > a product that is wildly popular in this country Watching woke people trying to sound smart?

  16. mydoggotshavedtoday
    mydoggotshavedtoday
    13 hours ago

    There is no way around what we have to do: 1) Pay more for meat 2) EAT LESS MEAT I have been vegan for 4 years. You all don't need to go vegan, but we absolutely have to decentralize this industry. This is not new information, come on..Eat less meat, shop locally at farmers markets (if possible), vote/ communicate on/ with local politicians, and have the difficult conversations. Change happens slowly

  17. Ant Circus
    Ant Circus
    13 hours ago

    This is what happens when you have an almost completely ununionized workforce and if they have a union it's too weak to do anything.

  18. Numinous Nihil
    Numinous Nihil
    14 hours ago

    Waiting for libertarians to wax about how free markets will set us free

  19. Michael Johanson
    Michael Johanson
    14 hours ago

    11:10 bathroom looking like the weeknd halftime show

  20. Wedding DJ Rob Soundz
    Wedding DJ Rob Soundz
    15 hours ago

    Or we could fix our broken food system altogether and move towards more plant-based, which is not only healthier, more just and better for our struggling planet but which would solve the problems explained in this video as a mere side-effect.

  21. Manvir Singh
    Manvir Singh
    15 hours ago

    I've been following you for years!!!!! When would you make a video about farmer protests in India? Ignore if you already have :)

  22. Johnny_Island
    Johnny_Island
    16 hours ago

    Automated machines can build cars but can't pack meat?

  23. Some Guy From The Internet
    Some Guy From The Internet
    17 hours ago

    The show has always been preachy and extremely biased, but since the doing it in the void bit...it has been worse, to a point I can't even watch anymore. Maybe this clip talking about something that isn't Trump and republicans is a sign the show is going back to being more informative instead of just another show of people's angry opinions.

    1. Vergin Meats
      Vergin Meats
      10 hours ago

      The don’t

  24. jonescity
    jonescity
    18 hours ago

    Even though this was a somber subject there was soooo many opportunities for Adam Driver jokes here...I was half expecting it.

  25. Zakkuya
    Zakkuya
    18 hours ago

    The industry that treats lives as a product doesn't care about its workers?? Whaaat??? I'm all for John's suggestions of strongly regulating these factories, but realistically, this industry needs to lose its subsidies and fade out.

  26. Joan Harrison
    Joan Harrison
    19 hours ago

    Thank you, John Oliver, for bringing the evils of meatpacking to light. For more information on meatpacking, including what the animals suffer leading up to it, read Prisoned Chickens, Poisoned Eggs: An Inside Look at the Modern Poultry Industry, by Karen Davis, and Slaughterhouse, by Gail A. Eisnitz.

  27. Richard Kuklinski
    Richard Kuklinski
    20 hours ago

    “Meatpacking” is what John Oliver does with other men every night.

  28. Moon Memento
    Moon Memento
    20 hours ago

    it's totally our country.

  29. Nob ody
    Nob ody
    20 hours ago

    Batheooms: u go before u start work and on ur break even if u dont have to go. That's how u train ur body when it's time to go. Hands hurt: take some tylenol. Construction works always hurt. That's what we do.

  30. Harmony Mitcham
    Harmony Mitcham
    20 hours ago

    I would never work a job that didnt allow you time to go to the bathroom, its ridiculous that people allow this, I understand the need for money but honestly its not worth it, your safety and health is more important.

  31. thecraftycreeper
    thecraftycreeper
    20 hours ago

    I'm in Iowa and I'm disgusted at Tysons for this and also I'm surprised i did not hear about this sooner and the reason i am so disgusted is not only the behavior but also since pork incredibly important to Iowa since it is the corn and pork state and this behavior in a pork packing factory is unacceptable especially in Iowa

  32. Steven Evans
    Steven Evans
    22 hours ago

    GOD BLESS AMERICA

  33. George State
    George State
    22 hours ago

    16:21.. now fore real.. how the fuck can a funeral cost more than 15k USD or whatereve the fk currency you want to convert to ?!?!?!

  34. BanXxX69
    BanXxX69
    23 hours ago

    05:39 I think I just lost my faith in humanity knowing these things are already happening in a 2nd world country...

  35. Luis Tarantini
    Luis Tarantini
    23 hours ago

    I dont know who unironically would watch this clown.

  36. Drops2cents
    Drops2cents
    Day ago

    Gee, that guinea pig acts quite like my two toms when they're playfully fighting and chasing each other on the lawn around our house! :-)

  37. BanefulLeaf x
    BanefulLeaf x
    Day ago

    Thank God I'm not from the States😖

  38. BanefulLeaf x
    BanefulLeaf x
    Day ago

    When a company says we're family, RUN!

  39. Tharun Sonti
    Tharun Sonti
    Day ago

    No surprise that an industry that commodifies animal life for profit cares little for the lives of its human employees. Treating them as disposable inputs. While pretending they're "family".. An abusive family. This is why I switched to eating plants . Preserve your humanity and conscience.

  40. Emma Sayers
    Emma Sayers
    Day ago

    Disclaimer: I'm a vegetarian with vegan leanings. I am not against people eating meat, per se, but I am definitely against animal death camps and related processes. Clearly, it is bad for the animals, that's a no-brainer, but rather than wanting to point my finger at meat eaters, I would invite them to get their meat produce from more ethical sources. Sure, it will be more expensive, but less meat in your diet is healthier for you and better for the environment and ultimately better for the demographics that end up in the squalid jobs (faux slavery) shown here.

  41. Kyle Knight
    Kyle Knight
    Day ago

    John Oliver is garbage.

    1. Cdsnz 23
      Cdsnz 23
      Day ago

      Ok? why did you feel the need to leave this comment instead of just not watching his videos

    2. Kyle Knight
      Kyle Knight
      Day ago

      @Anurag Chakraborty i used to like his segments but his comedy just dont do it anymore unfortunately. Idk just my opinion

    3. Anurag Chakraborty
      Anurag Chakraborty
      Day ago

      Why? This video doesn't have much of a political side to it.

  42. Fakn Lars
    Fakn Lars
    Day ago

    The US = 3rd world

  43. Meban Kharkongor
    Meban Kharkongor
    Day ago

    You can replace the owl with John Oliver's picture and no one would even know the difference 😂

  44. Laine La Cava
    Laine La Cava
    Day ago

    The comedy writing on this show has really gone to shit, but the content is still interesting....even if nothing will ever change.

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    Ethan Bondick
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  47. Linda John
    Linda John
    Day ago

    Shit just left me speechless. Just.. wtf.

  48. Velvet Thunder
    Velvet Thunder
    Day ago

    I won't stay in a company if my boss starts the speech with ' we are a family'. No I am not, I am here for money. 🤷🏻

  49. Bee V
    Bee V
    Day ago

    I just wanted to say it was a sad move to feature the old man dying of covid just to push your point. Really low. The man must have been close to 80 already, just to feature him to push your cause. So low. Not funny at all.

  50. Bee V
    Bee V
    Day ago

    Is this still a comedy show?

  51. Mamanicole I
    Mamanicole I
    Day ago

    I thought slavery was abolished in America 155 years ago? Some world leader😧😧😧😧😧😧

  52. Pearl The Spinster
    Pearl The Spinster
    Day ago

    I stopped eating tyson back in 2009. It always made my stomach upset and i just think that chicken should not be that big. One chicken breast can be cut into 4, or if you are really hungry 2. No matter how much you season it tasted like rubbery crap.

  53. Wayne Tan
    Wayne Tan
    Day ago

    Do a segment on teacher’s union!

  54. Sekai
    Sekai
    Day ago

    i watch this what can we do? instead of bozos storming the capital for stupid reasons storm the capital for reasons like this!

  55. SemiEinstein
    SemiEinstein
    Day ago

    John! Please cover the Myanmar situation, we all need to hear about it

  56. Agnes Burton
    Agnes Burton
    Day ago

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  57. DeepFried OhioGravy
    DeepFried OhioGravy
    Day ago

    I'm glad to see that our gov't changed so much ever since Upton Sinclair wrote about the horrors of the meat-packing industry in 1904... What...? Oh... Nevermind...

  58. Sandy Diller
    Sandy Diller
    Day ago

    Grateful that a horrendous colonoscopy 14 years ago made me go plant-based. I got to thinking about fast food. What if meat cost, say $50 for 1/4 lb of whatever? Then the very people who can’t afford to have Type ll Diabetes, heart disease, etc. would find that eating whole-food-plant-based 99% of the time would eliminate those diseases. Three films (no judgement!!!) I’d recommend include “What the Health,” “The Game Changers,” and “Forks Over Knives.”

  59. 1844junkercars
    1844junkercars
    Day ago

    Foo

  60. sasquatchize
    sasquatchize
    Day ago

    Sounds too much like my current factory job making FUCKING hot tubs/spas

  61. Trinity Hope
    Trinity Hope
    Day ago

    The mean picture eventually load because nerve functionally sprout save a imported football. chunky, next son

  62. HohHoch
    HohHoch
    Day ago

    I feel like there's a whole book about this...

  63. Bass Little
    Bass Little
    Day ago

    There has to be a Democrat in office for this guy to talk about the things that matter. Glad he is back I can finally watch this show again

  64. GreenDanGerman
    GreenDanGerman
    Day ago

    That's why my hard earned money isn't going to the meat industry anymore. I want plant-based companies to thrive and create alternative no-risk jobs for those people.

  65. BigPiece Gaming
    BigPiece Gaming
    Day ago

    Nothing will happen

  66. Gerhard Adler
    Gerhard Adler
    Day ago

    Anything that has to do with meat is disgusting. Be it breeding, slaughter, packaging or whatever. All good reasons to stop eating meat.

  67. Johan Kramer
    Johan Kramer
    Day ago

    10:40 that guy looks like the whitest whitey mcWhitey Racist ever born on this Planet. and his Company is called "PILGRIMS PRIDE"??? wooooooowwww

  68. TheEngineered
    TheEngineered
    Day ago

    Incoming dick joke

  69. ExtremeTurtle
    ExtremeTurtle
    Day ago

    That’s strange I do commercial roofing and any safety rule broken is 130k fine. We just had a guy fall of a roof. 40 feet. He broke both his arms and a few ribs. We got fined 150k

  70. Phoenix
    Phoenix
    Day ago

    I've said it before and will say it again: if your place of work uses the exact same indoctrination language as a murder-suicide cult, ala "family", GET OUT. They will work you to death with no regard for anything except their own company's appearance.

  71. MrBogus213
    MrBogus213
    Day ago

    I live in the county in which the JBS plant is located. The vast majority of citizens here are absolutely brainwashed by the republican lie machine and their corporate overlords. It's genuinely sad and terrifying.

  72. sead facic
    sead facic
    Day ago

    Oh crap Jaime! Not you too?!??! Stop acting like you have live audience and start beiing your self. Just stop. Please.

  73. Jon Public
    Jon Public
    Day ago

    Only the oligarchs will be able to eat real meat. The rest of us will eat processed soldier fly protein (maggots) or estrogen-saturated "Impossible Burgers" to neuter us. Welcome to the Reset.

  74. B b
    B b
    Day ago

    All because of illegals

    1. Has the High Ground
      Has the High Ground
      Day ago

      If I may ask how?

  75. Cyrus Wu
    Cyrus Wu
    Day ago

    costco should kick tyson products

  76. pevitzachast
    pevitzachast
    Day ago

    Thank you God this episode was not more social justice bullshit.

    1. Has the High Ground
      Has the High Ground
      23 hours ago

      @PB & J a lot of people don’t understand what social justice mean and believe it to just be “those crazy leftist Karen’s” social justice is just treating people humanely and abiding by societal standards.

    2. PB & J
      PB & J
      23 hours ago

      As if calling out meat packing plants, for treating people inhumanely, isn't social justice

    3. Has the High Ground
      Has the High Ground
      Day ago

      Well that’s his thing this what you’re watching now is social justice.

  77. davidveale24
    davidveale24
    Day ago

    wow what a third world country

  78. Zachary Andrew
    Zachary Andrew
    Day ago

    I aimed for public's heart and hit it in the stomach. Upton Sinclair

  79. Jacky Kong
    Jacky Kong
    Day ago

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  80. Marina and The Devil
    Marina and The Devil
    Day ago

    Stop eating animals, eat the rich 🍽

  81. texxx outlaw
    texxx outlaw
    Day ago

    if anyone really cared they would just stop buying chicken. oh yeah you cant your eating that same chicken right no as you read this comment all greasy handed and shit.

    1. Ptao Tom
      Ptao Tom
      Day ago

      The situation is similiar here in Germany and Austria. To circumvent the work safety rules, the factory workers are sub sub contractors mostly from Eastern Europe.

  82. tbailey264
    tbailey264
    Day ago

    Horrific tales from meat packing plants? What is this, 1920? Oh wait, no, we just live in a third world country

    1. Ptao Tom
      Ptao Tom
      Day ago

      much.

  83. Lauren Pau
    Lauren Pau
    Day ago

    The meat industry is just disgusting all around, it has no regard for life either animal or human!!

  84. yo mama
    yo mama
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  86. Merlin Jaeger
    Merlin Jaeger
    2 days ago

    hi

  87. Matt M
    Matt M
    2 days ago

    Another day John Oliver attacks low hanging fruit video

  88. Naphtali Musnyama
    Naphtali Musnyama
    2 days ago

    ...and some Americans are more inclined to bleat about sweatshops in China, Vietnam, Bangladesh et.al whilst their very neighbours are technically indentured. 🙄

  89. Hellion Shark
    Hellion Shark
    2 days ago

    The freer the market, the freer the people, eh...

  90. Maloy7800
    Maloy7800
    2 days ago

    Dear Mr.Oliver. I have a favor to ask. I understand that in order to be popular in the "great" Britain and "the colonies" you need to dilute serious conversation by adding unfunny jokes every 30 seconds (yes, go ahead, viewers, CHECK). Unfortunately, I have come to like your videos, but, fortunately, I'm neither a brit nor a yank (neither are you, they WILL hang you by the neck one day). Is there any chance you could add a special montage of your videos WITHOUT those every-30-seconds stupid jokes, for people from countries where intellect is not considered a symptom of communist satanism? Thank you.

  91. Legit Pairv2
    Legit Pairv2
    2 days ago

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  92. Frazier Milak
    Frazier Milak
    2 days ago

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  93. Alium Cepa
    Alium Cepa
    2 days ago

    just like, close the usa down at this point

  94. Dave lon
    Dave lon
    2 days ago

    I'm sorry, did he say that the weapon that killed an unarmed underaged was up for auction? Flag that auction for fktards will apply.

  95. Ryan Karl
    Ryan Karl
    2 days ago

    Way to look out for your 1% Tyson/OSHA..America? Mr Oliver, thank you.

  96. J Lafo
    J Lafo
    2 days ago

    Sad that this is everywhere. Got a serious neck injury from a machine at a warehouse and was forced to sign a release to get back to work. At barely a living wage... I couldn't afford the time off so signed away my rights to keep a roof over my head. At another warehouse different company, while assembling cheap bbq grills the drill slipped (cheap alloy screw bent/broke) and went right through my hand. Scrubbed out the debris, band aids on both sides since it went straight through, took a day off to keep injury minimally clean but if I went to a doc seeking relief I would be released. For this one I took the loss and saw the doc. Both injuries have come back in bad ways but what am I to do? Keep your head down and keep working if you want a paycheck. I can't afford more medical bills that I can't pay off in this lifetime. This is everywhere. Corporations have taken too much.

  97. dondoron
    dondoron
    2 days ago

    The situation is similiar here in Germany and Austria. To circumvent the work safety rules, the factory workers are sub sub contractors mostly from Eastern Europe.

  98. mizzury54
    mizzury54
    2 days ago

    So I wonder if things would change if "Americans " took these jobs.

    1. PB & J
      PB & J
      2 days ago

      No, probably not, born and raised in Wa State, and my son worked, for a beef packing plant. He said that is exactly how it is. I am so glad he doesnt work there anymore.

  99. Alison Loy
    Alison Loy
    2 days ago

    There was a great reason why we didn't allow industry monopolies. Our politicians and their pets are factory farming animals, workers and NOW OUR ELDERS!

  100. Bertrand Zerpersande
    Bertrand Zerpersande
    2 days ago

    I don’t see anything wrong with betting on a number. The lottery does it. Sports bets involve two numbers. As long as they weren’t doing anything to try to manipulate the number, other than ‘downward as much as possible’, what’s the big deal? Not giving adequate breaks? THERE’S your problem!

    1. Bertrand Zerpersande
      Bertrand Zerpersande
      15 hours ago

      @PB & J And keep in mind, that your very first message and attempt to debate this matter was made in the form of an ad hom attack, to wit, that I lack morals. These managers harmed nobody. Their wager did nothing to contribute to additional deaths. Not a bit. And if you’re honest with yourself, you wouldn’t be so ‘offended’ if the wager had been “The safety measures we have implemented should reduce Covid infections to where the number of people who contract the disease will be no greater than that of the general public contracting the disease in conducting ‘necessary only tasks’ in day to day life.” And they didn’t get fired bc the owners thought they were amoral. They got fired to appease sensitive, touchy-feely whiners in the general public so they wouldn’t lose profits.

    2. Bertrand Zerpersande
      Bertrand Zerpersande
      16 hours ago

      @PB & J - You need to have your logic module checked. If I have no regard for life, why would I be pro-life? And so you are wrong. I’m actually pro-choice. Strongly so. In fact, not only did a girlfriend of mine have an abortion, but it seems that there was a second case. Not with the same girlfriend though. Just not sure. I honestly do not think abortions are that big of a deal. - Actuarial science involves the use of data in the calculation of the probability of given events happening. Golf tournaments offering cars for hole-in-ones lose no money when a player manages to put that ball in the hole from the tee. The organizers went to an insurance company and paid for an insurance policy. The insurance company that provides such protection KNOWS that hole-in-ones will certainly be made over the course of the season. And they also have data that predicts the likelihood of such an event. Perhaps they even use data about which players are in the tournament and information about each players dispersion patterns from the predicted distance of the hole. And they do the same thing with life and health policies. They look at data and see how likely it is for people to die. I remember when insurance companies offered lower rates for policy holders that didn’t smoke. They didn’t do that as a public service. This would draw customers to whatever company first did this,min the form of non-smokers. And the companies knew that these customers wouldn’t die as often. You can look at it as lowering the prices for those that were going to live, but they were essentially raising the price on those that were going to die. It’s called risk assessment. Would it have made your ‘feelings’ less offended if they had bet on the number of employees that would NOT contract Covid? Probably so, because your logic module is buggy because to get that number an analysis of death rates would have to be performed. And every company that decided to reopen DID THIS FUCKING ANALYSIS. Certainly not with the mathematical rigor that insurance companies, but opening up meant that somewhere, people were going to die. And they opened up anyway because if they didn’t they would go bankrupt. Sure, use masks, social distancing, et, etc, but things things were what they did so their ‘bet’ was a little better. Take this a little bit for it. You know that management had to have a discussion about the dangers of continuing their operation of their meat packing company. And this involved people likely dying. Change the question they asked themselves. Considering that they were talking about how “Well, XX% of our employees will not suffer any negative affects from continuing operations.” Another is saying YY%. Things get heated. One of the managers, the XX% guy, used to work in actuarial science for an insurance company. The YY% manager is a little douche that nobody likes, and is very ‘in touch with his feelings’. But he is also cocky and inherited a lot of money. YY: if we go with your idea and open up my figures indicate we will have YY employees die. XX: That’s bullshit you little douche. I worked in actuarial science for an insurance company for 15 years and the data says that XX% of our employees are going to be just fine and that means that your number of deaths is way too high. YY: you’re wrong. That’s just the way I feel. You need to respect my feelings. Don’t judge me. XX: Look you know we’re going to open back up. If we don’t do companies going bankrupt. Money comes first. And speaking of money, you touchy-feely asshole, put your money where your mouth is. I’ll bet you that that XX% of our employees will be OK and not die. There’s your bet. The touchy-feely douche got in the way of science and reality. He/she was the one that said, ‘Ok, no more than X people will die.’

    3. PB & J
      PB & J
      21 hour ago

      @Bertrand Zerpersande: The fact you can type a comment, comparing human life, to simply a number. Shows your lack of regard, for any life......let me guess, you are pro-life 🤦

    4. PB & J
      PB & J
      21 hour ago

      @Bertrand Zerpersande: Lol.....You should take your own advice, cause I doubt anyone following John Oliver, would agree with anything you said. And if what you say is true, insurance companies are truly placing bets on human life, they are just as bad as the meat packing plants. If you can honestly say you are good, with any of these companies gambling on human life, then, like I have said, you have no moral character.

    5. Bertrand Zerpersande
      Bertrand Zerpersande
      23 hours ago

      @PB & J You continue to rant about moral character and yet support it with nothing other that an alternative spelling for a common fruit. Placing a bet on a number that one has no control over and doesn’t even attempted control is no different from betting on a roulette wheel or the guessing a lottery number. Insurance companies make millions of dollars ‘betting’ on your health and/or longevity. Want deplorable behavior? Let them deny your claim after taking your money. Go whine to somebody that gives a shit what you think.