GREED, everywhere, they have a "moral obligation" to the victims!
Does Goldman Sachs know no decent bounds? I've heard it all now!
What kind of words actually get through to the people who are the company? Recompense is a beginning. Maybe the necessary second step.
This company above all else describes the evils of our times and has a deficeit to pay all of us. It can make a small start from its burgeoning coffers here.
Yes, return the bail-out money to the U.S Treasury is a good idea Louisa, and $1-million retribution is not enough. They invested $30-million in this company that did this to women, so why not be held accountable for donating that same amount now to to help these women that were wronged? Really just a drop in the bucket for a company as big as this. Even community service for people of similar situations. Something substantial really needs to be done to get their attention.
Yes, agree that GS must be punished for its criminal involvement in modern day slavery. And there is more: for its compensation to the victims of trafficking, 1 million USD is too low. A percentage of its bottom line over the next 25 years should be used to fight the crime and to rehabilitate victims of human trafficking. In addition, Kevin Bales should be appointed as a permanent director on its board of directors to oversee GS's corporate social responsibility in all its investment decisions/policies.
this is the time we must get up and take a stand against human trafficking..........its a sheer affliction to the sufferer..........
lets join our hands against iniquity....
Please sign this petition to demand that Goldman Sachs do the right thing.
The French had the right idea for the wealthy when they used the guillotine: of course, we have more modern methods today. And I'm a pacifist!
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