We warned people in our documentary “Amazon Takes Over the World: End Times Prophecy” that Jeff Bezos love of money is pure evil. This man is going to try and take over the world economy.
God is revealing to the world what their love for materialism, selfishness and money leads…
1 Timothy 6:10 – For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.
Undercover Reporter Exposes Amazon Mistreatment of Employees
‘They’re killing people. All my friends think I’m dead’
Alone in a locked metal cage, 10 feet from my nearest colleague, a robot approaches from the shadows and thrusts a tower of shelves towards me.
I have nine seconds to grab and process an item to be sent for packing – a target of 300 items an hour, for hour after relentless hour.
As I bend to the floor then reach high above my head to fulfil a never-ending stream of orders, my body screams at me.
Welcome to Amazon’s picking floor. Here, while cameras watch my every move, a screen in front of me offers constant reminders of my “units per hour” and exactly how long each has taken.
Once a day, a supervisor would approach me to remind me how I was performing. Often it was not well. But with workers pitted against each other, one told me: “As long as you’re not bottom you’ve no need to worry… for the time being.”
I was told to pack 120 single items an hour, or 85 multiple items. And I’ve since been told this will rise to 200 items.
Employees can be seen walking up and down conveyor belts rattling boxes before cherry picking ones full of smaller items to meet their quota. A colleague said: “My girlfriend says even the old ladies on night shifts have been fighting over the boxes.
“If you get one with lots of small items you save time and keep your numbers up – everyone’s after those first.”
Staff Are Cattle To Serve Robots
Amazon run a tight ship, as you would expect from a company founded by the world’s richest man.
Tilbury warehouse is a slick operation, up to speed on health and safety and workplace law.
But just because it is legal does not mean it is good for you. Weeks before I went in, I had finished a summer running season which included two marathons and a handful of half marathons.
Physically I am no slouch – yet my body felt drained every day.
My blood pressure and resting heart rate both rose from the stresses of the job. One silver lining as I started was that working as a picker might be good exercise. But Amazon has recognised humans are the least efficient part of the operation, so in Tilbury the robots take over.
At every turn it felt like the human staff were reduced to livestock, existing only to service the machines. The repetitive, monotonous work at its ironically named “fulfilment centre” did me no favours mentally, either. In the early weeks I was depressed, until my brain switched off.
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