Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The Chain of Shame...

There's something that I feel I need to discuss today, here on Life with Lynnie (LwL).

Is it something good?  Not really. 

In my opinion, it's something really terrible.

So you can understand, I decided to share the YouTube video entitled, The Chain of Shame A Creative Revolt By Injured Workershttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8l3lz2aANgc.

Yes, as you are now aware, the video is about how a worker became injured.  And, re-injured.

Just as the injured worker's wife stated on the video, no one understands the pain he is going through.  And, if you watched the video, you'll know that the injured worker has been treated badly. 

Money had been removed to him, by Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB).  It's called... Deeming, as you would have seen and heard about on the video.

As the video states, WSIB seems to just want to save money for the government and for employers.  But, as was stated on the video, the direct attack is to affect injured workers.

As the video states, there are people working for WSIB who are earning far more than any injured workers I've ever met.  Including me! 

Plus, at least one person or possibly even more, are earning what I would call a fortune, and will receive a 20% bonus after five (5) years of saving money for WSIB and employers.

Even though I am not like some other injured workers, I realize that on the video, when it was stated that some injured workers are not well off, and some are homeless, it is true.  Yet, WSIB has helped save the government and employers, rather than fully helping injured workers.

As the injured worker stated, many injured workers are truly treated and sometimes feel like just a piece of dirt.  This way, they don't just suffer physically; they also suffer emotionally.

Here's an article by i.heartradio.ca entitled, UPDATE:  MINISTRY OF LABOUR TO INVESTIGATE INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT IN OLDCASTLEhttp://www.iheartradio.ca/am800/news/large-piece-of-machinery-falls-on-oldcastle-worker-1.3597937.

Hopefully, you clicked on the link and read the article.  If you did, you'll know it stated (I copied/pasted):

An industrial accident in Oldcastle.

Tecumseh Fire Chief Doug Pitre says fire crews along with the OPP were called to Precision Stamping Friday morning.

He says a large piece of machinery weighing 45,000 lbs fell on a worker's arm.

The Ministry of Labour has been called in to investigate and is sending one inspector to the area.

"It was reported to us that a dye allegedly slipped from a forklift and it injured a worker's hand," says Janet Deline, spokesperson with the Ministry of Labour. "We don't have any other information about injuries at this time."

The worker has been taken to the hospital.

Sigh...

Hopefully, the Ministry of Labour will help provide for the worker who was injured, in Oldcastle... which is just outside of Windsor, Ontario, Canada... where I live.  If they do, then the injured worker may not be hurt as much as some others are.

If this injured worker suffers bigtime, like most others do, then it will truly be evil.  Just like what's been done to many other injured workers.

The only good think I can say, is that God will deal with those who are wicked.

Just as we read, in Isaiah 48:22, "There is no peace, saith the Lord, unto the wicked."

Amen!  There is no peace, saith the Lord, unto the wicked.

This means God will deal with those who wickedly hurt others.

Please, join me in prayer.

Please, pray that injured workers will be fully healed, so they won't suffer forever.

Please, pray that injured workers will be treated better if the wickedness of WSIB changes... so that injustice won't be received by injured workers.

Please, pray that injured workers can receive proper treatment, and much else that should be received by WSIB.

Please, pray that those who are hurting injured workers, will become born again Christians.  For, if they do, they will never want to hurt anyone.

For this, I'll be thankful.

Not just to you, but also to God.

Thank You, Lord!


Until next time...

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