In its benevolence and kindness the European Union grants Bangladesh "preferential access" for garments. This is because most places don't get such treatment, instead they get a great big tariff. Now, it seems that because of the recent disaster in Dhaka, our EU masters consider it a champion idea to remove those privileges. And, in doing so threaten the livelihoods of tens of thousands of Bangladeshi textile workers.
Think on this for a minute or two. Consider what those workers will do. Ask yourselves how they will feed their families. And then cry that we have such people running our governments that they can even consider allowing this to happen:
"The EU is considering appropriate action, including through the generalised system of preferences, through which Bangladesh receives duty-free and quota-free access to the EU market," Ashton and De Gucht said.
I have thought about it. These people are evil.