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3 месяца назад
ant
ant

not a risky business but much more "fun to work" imo. if you have a chance, please make video about "jungle school" & orangutan caretaker life in kalimantan, indonesia

9 дней назад
Blake Kennard
Blake Kennard

@DarkWraith Kevin Sad sad life you live

16 дней назад
Venus Vulpis
Venus Vulpis

@Shadow_Rune🏳️‍🌈⃠ It isn't naivety to call it out. if no one calls it out, then there's no chance anything will be done. positive change starts with the observation that change needs to occur. that's certainly not all it takes, and it certainly doesn't always work out, but calling it out is not naivety in of itself.

19 дней назад
DarkWraith Kevin
DarkWraith Kevin

@Taha Baloch for sure, I'm an electrician in America and it's still pretty dangerous but when I visit my wife's family in Java, I can't believe some of the stuff I see.

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Taha Baloch
Taha Baloch

In making Electricity.... very risky job of worker's

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BC coaster +10871
BC coaster

I have nothing but the utmost respect for these people. These guys are made of iron, my hats off to anyone who provides for their family in such harsh circumstances.

10 месяцев назад
GamingByTay
GamingByTay

@Pottenger's Human like how you say most ppl when you are " most ppl “ you on the couch rn

12 дней назад
Pottenger's Human
Pottenger's Human

@T Money a lot of people who have never really worked making all this comments

14 дней назад
Pottenger's Human
Pottenger's Human

@T Money That was like a year ago and I don't care what everyone thinks. Don't like it get stuffed

14 дней назад
T Money
T Money

@Pottenger's Human A sulfur mine in Indonesia isnt really "affecting the world" as much as it is affecting their long term health. Im pretty sure these guys arent the make or break for rubber companies around the world or anything 😂😂😂😂

14 дней назад
Regi Sipayung
Regi Sipayung

@BLM you Bigot the income disparity is so great here ini Indonesia. Avarage salary in East Java where Ijen located is about $150 / month or $5 a day, so he is not wrong about making more than other job in east java. Many people in Indonesia village lives on the same house with their previous generation, so it's inheritance house where they build it /renovate it over a generation. Guild trip? I don't think so.. This video show you how miserable it is to live in 3rd world, they rarely have an option to live.

19 дней назад
Chris Harris +2181
Chris Harris

He said the entire thing with a smile. It might be killing him but he has respect for himself and I respect him for making a tough life work as he takes care of his family.

3 месяца назад
Anindya is ishi
Anindya is ishi

@EVOLICIOUS if respect is meaningless then leaders will never exist

29 дней назад
LENAE STACKS
LENAE STACKS

This comment is what’s wrong with white peoples they could literally get a machine to do this

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Jessica N.
Jessica N.

@EVOLICIOUS That is your opinion not a fact.

2 месяца назад
EVOLICIOUS
EVOLICIOUS

@Jessica N. Literally has nothing to do with living life though. Respect is meaningless in the grand scheme of life.

2 месяца назад
EVOLICIOUS
EVOLICIOUS

He's gonna be dead in a few years and now his family all starved and died. He's not brave, he's a moron that got his darwin award.

2 месяца назад
Streeter Builds +1001
Streeter Builds

I can’t believe I EVER complained about having a job as a graphic designer in an air conditioned office. Man, these dudes… hats off and much respect.

3 месяца назад
Streeter Builds
Streeter Builds

@BlackWolf84 … exactly the point of my comment lol

17 дней назад
BlackWolf84
BlackWolf84

First world problems are not valid problems. There’s people around the world, like these men, who are destroying their bodies everyday for mere pennies just to put food on the table. These men are working in dangerous conditions with no regulations or protective equipment, yet people in america want to complain about their cushy office job. It’s true what they say about how nobody wants to work anymore here in america.

17 дней назад
SiR JeBRoNNeY
SiR JeBRoNNeY

working in this condition would not make my mental health any better or any worse tbh

20 дней назад
nahor88 +2
nahor88

@Rye_Station Cool story bro.

26 дней назад
Rye_Station
Rye_Station

@nahor88 are you kidding me that was one of the worst things I have ever read dude just because you live in a first world country doesn't mean you should complain about every little thing like having an a****** boss they're a****** bosses everywhere no that's not something valid to complain about just because you live in the first world you shouldn't complain about first world problems that's why there's a whole meme involved with the first world problems

26 дней назад
Ulquiorra +97
Ulquiorra

He literally said "I'm not scared of death, but im scared of hunger"..so much respect to all this dudes working very hard to provide his family..it so sad to see some of this dudes working without a respirator mask..

2 месяца назад
Gabriel Tjhang +197
Gabriel Tjhang

I came to visit the crater with my father in 2019. We're Indonesian nationals living abroad who want to understand our culture and country. We had a lovely tour guide who guided us to see the blue flames that emit only in the early hours of the morning while its still dark. Instead of only going to the crater to see the spectacle, which was hard to see anyway due to rain, we were able to learn even more than we had initially expected. As the sun started to rise, we started to see the hardworking miners climb up and down carrying the dangerously heavy loads of sulfur. We enquired our tour guide further, where he explained he was also a miner at the crater once, but it took a heavy toll on his body, and tour guiding there was easier. He explained the pains that this video mentioned, and also stated that many of the miners there smoke cigarettes, because if they couldnt handle cigarettes, they wouldn't even need to think about dealing with the sulphuric funes down in the crater. It ached our hearts to see our countrymen having to suffer such tough ordeals and we developed a tremendous amount of respect for the miners' grit and resilience. As we neared the end of the trip, and proceeded to give our tour guide payment, my father decided to give the tour guide an extra tip, as we were touched by the tour guide and the miners for their bravery and strong hearts. Upon receiving the tip, the tour guide started to have tears drop from his eyes, and explained that the tip would allow him to have a few days off work and allow him to finally get some rest from the extremely tough and hazardous work. I really wish these miners would be treated much much much better and hope to see that this type of exploitation end. Although it was a very sad and painful thing to see, it was also inspiring that these workers kept pushing on no matter what, doing their best for their families despite the odds.

2 месяца назад
Bapplesauce
Bapplesauce

@wren I'll double that if I do

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wren
wren

if I ever become rich I’m gonna go over to Indonesia and tip all of the miners $500

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Bapplesauce
Bapplesauce

@Gabriel Tjhang TL:DR Indonesia Jones ... The Great Escapee and her father 🏃‍♀️💨

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Gabriel Tjhang
Gabriel Tjhang

@Bapplesauce Again, you just love to jump right into conclusions don't you? Wow you know that I "don't want to go back". Already wrong there. Ever consider that people leave due to political or economic turmoil? Ever cross your mind that people can long for their country even though they are far away and do have the desire to return once all is settled? It seems that you don't realize that everyone has a story, good or bad, and that all are worth considering. Instead of assuming that everyone is at fault for leaveing their homeland, maybe it would also be nice to be humble for a change and consider that people live under different circumstances, and you indeed do not know everything.

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Bapplesauce
Bapplesauce

@Gabriel Tjhang I know that you don't wanna live there, which tells me all I need to know about you. I'm American, I VISIT other places; good or bad, I go back to my country and help my country deal with its issues. Do the same and go back to your country otherwise you're offering the same 'thoughts and prayers' that every other gibberish-mouthed fake sycophant does.

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Leather Neck +2346
Leather Neck

Amazing, my father was an ijen miner. He earned enough to send me to school, I went on to study in Uttar Pradesh and graduate. I got an IT job. Upon returning my father had passed away from a broken leg when he fell one day carrying sulphur. That was my saddest day. I still live with my mother we are happy and I can work remotely online now providing cyber security services.

7 месяцев назад
Fūrer Orbán
Fūrer Orbán

@Goldensky When I visited Mount Ijen pre-covid, I remember meeting these miners along the mountain and they were all in slippers. We had to hire a professional guide to guide us up the mountain and most of the time we were “dragged” up because the mountain was so steep. They were in slippers and had to carry kilograms of sulphur which in turn puts meals on their dining table everyday. They don’t even earn much from all the work they do. What really struck me was despite the harsh living conditions they were in, they were so happy. So grateful. So smiley. They would sit by the edge of the mountains every dawn and bit onto the breakfast they brought. I could see the light in their eyes like as if they were Hope. I was 15 then, and everywhere I went in Indonesia, I had a lesson to learn. I realised that sometimes the lesser we have, the more grateful we are. ARROW CROSS KING ORBÁN VIKTOR MIHÁLY on his 2006 coup 
 Ladies and gentlemen. Today is Saint Mihály day. This is what Scripture gives us today. There was a battle in heaven. Mihály and his angels attacked the dragon.The dragon and his angels were defending, but they could not resist and there was no room for them in heaven. Mihály overthrew the great dragon, the ancient serpent, the prodigal who is the devil himself, the Satan, who seduces the whole world. We do not know the means of the fight, we do not know the circumstances of the fight, we only know the result of the fight. Today is St. Mihály's Day! This is what Scripture gives us today. There was a battle in heaven: Mihály and his angels attacked the dragon. The dragon and his angels were defending, but they could not resist and there was no room for them in heaven. Mihály and his angels [Neonazi terrorists so called street fighters of Orban and his fascist Magyar Gárda terrorgroup] overthrew the great dragon, the prodigal who is the devil himself, the Satan, who seduces the whole world. His angels were pushed back to the ground and crashed together with him.  Dear ladies and gentlemen! We do not know the means of the fight, we do not know the circumstances of the fight, we only know the result of the fight. There was no place for Satan, because Mihály, who is love, service, and serenity, did not leave him any. I mean, any place." Orban Viktor Mihály Joseph Goebbels: Michael- A German Destiny in Diary Form In the novel Goebbels gives praise to Christianity, and describes Jesus as one of the finest men to have ever lived. He also demonstrates his early socialist sympathies when he stated that Germans had to be "something like Christ Socialists" The book also explores nature of God and the contemporary man: "modern man...is intrinsically a seeker of God, perhaps a Christ-man." Goebbels retained a small amount of Christianity, but an eccentric form, which diminished even more after the failed church reform program in 1934-35. One of Joseph Goebbels' biographers, Joachim Fest (who was also Hitler's biographer), suggests that Michael sheds light on Goebbels' state of mind and self-image: "The very name of the hero, Michael, to whom he gave many autobiographical features, suggests the way his self-identification was pointing: a figure of light, radiant, tall, unconquerable," and above all 'To be a soldier! To stand sentinel! One ought always to be a soldier,' wrote Michael-Goebbels." "These are the things and events that happen when a sacred landslide election victory is so unceremoniously & viciously stripped away from great patriots who have been badly & unfairly treated for so long. Go home with love & in peace. Remember this day forever!"@realDonaldTrump

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Goldensky +1
Goldensky

the way people believe in this comment lmao. He was lying... if the op means like miner in India maybe yeah but in Indonesia, it doesn't make sense plus his videos were about India/other stuff in his channel

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Goldensky
Goldensky

@nfals cuma lo doang yg komennya ngebenarin, ini dia yg komen org india. Mungkin maksud dia penambang sulfur di India, entah kenapa dia nulis ijen...

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Fūrer Orbán
Fūrer Orbán

@Amol Surve resect your mother but respect your father even more

3 месяца назад
Fūrer Orbán
Fūrer Orbán

@BlueVenom Productions sulphur does not exist either

3 месяца назад
David Ford +200
David Ford

I watch this after a really hard day of work and it reminds me to stay positive. Also reminds me that we are a bunch babies over here. I put about 20 miles a day down with a pallet jack and it hurts. I don't get stronger, my legs are just dying. I have so much respect for these sulfer miners. I hope the very best for them.

3 месяца назад
Crazy Diamond +11
Crazy Diamond

The suffering of one person doesn't make the suffering of another person invalid. You're not babies.

2 месяца назад
AJ +11
AJ

Y’all really believe that life should be that hard huh…

2 месяца назад
Vik8a +9
Vik8a

Literally thinking the same. I had a long ass day at work and had to wake up early asf and do a 12 hour shift. This video is humbling.

3 месяца назад
Roger Romero +41
Roger Romero

Poor guys. I admire that they’re hard workers. Makes me wish there was a way I could help these guys and their families out, so that they don’t have to put their lives in danger from working there.

3 месяца назад
sharina S +34
sharina S

He so soft spoken.. i shed tears watching this documentary.. mad respect for them doing all this to provide for their family

2 месяца назад
Bebe 82714 +13
Bebe 82714

These men and the people here deserve so much more than what they are receiving. Thank you for the hard and dedicated work you do.

2 месяца назад
Guillermo Oliva III +34
Guillermo Oliva III

I was hurting and starting tearing at the end . . . . . I respect this solid effort & determination in the highest regard, also I am hurt & sickened for the company they work for. Over all, in all good intent with my comment, may these men continue to live solid determination & to be effortless for their family till it is time for them to leave the earth.

4 месяца назад
Russet Burbanks +13
Russet Burbanks

So much respect for these miners.

2 месяца назад
Sneha Pramode +10
Sneha Pramode

Mad Respect to them. They truly deserve more remuneration for this job.

3 месяца назад
Annette Sanchez +15
Annette Sanchez

Dude, watching this makes me feel like the biggest baby, as I work here in Silicon Valley at Google as a contractor tripping on my boss who says snide remarks or doesn't really understand me. I get free lunches everday, get to work from home 2x a wk, with excellent benefits and I'm still tripping on my boss, trying to find a better culture and better boss to work for while these guys risk their lives daily, no hazard masks, having to hike miles to work, long hours, hazardous working conditions, and just a small bowl of rice with fern leaves for $17 a day!?? Dude... I'm shamefully humbled.

2 месяца назад
Leonardo di parma +5489
Leonardo di parma

He's providing for his family while he's losing his life slowly , my utmost respect for these men sacrificing their lives for their family , that makes me appreciate my job even more , may God keep them healthy

10 месяцев назад
Leonardo DTC
Leonardo DTC

@Allen Iverson bullseye

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Leonardo DTC
Leonardo DTC

@gthyok Socialist like you are a dime a dozen, so we as a “society” are supposed to provide for everyone? People have to work, thats how it is and its how it will forever be

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UnsolicitedDitkaPics
UnsolicitedDitkaPics

People like you really see the wrong stuff. My lawd

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pastspiral
pastspiral

This is ridiculous. They don't need god, they need a world that cares enough to pay them fair wages for their LABOR.

3 месяца назад
Solar546
Solar546

@Eusunt Dac because they are humans

3 месяца назад
nomisnoxin +20
nomisnoxin

“ working as a sulfur miner is not a job that is respected” Wrong ! I respect the hell out of you guys for what you do and hope that one day something good will happen to allow you not to work such a horrible job anymore. Keep strong my brother

3 месяца назад
R U
R U

It never said it isn't respected by you. It isn't respected by the foreign tourists they get.

3 месяца назад
Michael Harris +6
Michael Harris

Someone went to leg day!. Serious respect for the work they do. Whenever I find working difficult I remember the locals I met working out of a staffing company for just over minimum wage yet are putting their sons and daughters through medical school. If they can work that hard so can I.

2 месяца назад
Michelle Munoz +5
Michelle Munoz

My uttermost respect and gratitude for these men. God bless them.

2 месяца назад
Teri Stirling +3
Teri Stirling

Big ups to you guys for however long anyone is in any profession this dangerous and strenuous..

3 месяца назад
OceanT +2088
OceanT

This is so sad, but I cant ignore the fact that this man is capable of carrying 154 POUNDS of sulfur. Absolute legend.

6 месяцев назад
OceanT
OceanT

@oye yae 69.8532 kg according to google what a coincidence

3 дня назад
oye yae
oye yae

Use kg

4 дня назад
para
para

@Jezzer Dubon and ur weak bc u cant squat 154 pounds

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Jezzer Dubon
Jezzer Dubon

@para youre honestly disrespectful

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Chitwan Hawan
Chitwan Hawan

@para gym freaks can't last for more than 1 hr. Gym people don't have real courage lasting strength

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HanaJrde +6
HanaJrde

This humbles me alot…I’m ashamed to ever think I had the worst job ever, I have so much respect for these men, I’m truly ashamed and grateful to this amazing video

2 месяца назад
Ayanda Lindelwe +8
Ayanda Lindelwe

The way I cried watching this mini documentary, I have so much respect for them, can't we donate musks and protective gear 😭😭 I will never ever complain about anything in life

2 месяца назад
BadPiggies 9 +5
BadPiggies 9

How can these workers carry their balls of steel up and down that mountain? Mad respect to them

4 месяца назад
Big D +3
Big D

Just recently return from a hike to Ijen. Beautiful scenery. Along the way I met these miners. Smiling and saying good morning as I walked by them. Parts of the hike are steep up and down to the crater. I couldn’t imagine carrying 70kg on my back.

4 месяца назад
Coach +1953
Coach

I'm sitting here safely, comfortably in an office watching this while drinking water and am exhausted by how hard these guys are working. Massive respect for what they do and how hard they work, no matter the conditions.

10 месяцев назад
Daniel rogers
Daniel rogers

@Bandito Incognito Its easy think that we would do the same though compaired to actually having to do it

8 месяцев назад
Charlotte vd Veen
Charlotte vd Veen

@theBudtie Bitter little racist.

8 месяцев назад
Peter G
Peter G

@Donquixote Doflamingo no u wouldn’t softie

9 месяцев назад
Coach +1
Coach

@theBudtie Stay bitter, racist and ignorant, friend!

10 месяцев назад
Evil Pimp +1
Evil Pimp

@CryingAlone seriously get a job clown

10 месяцев назад
javed abdullah +5
javed abdullah

The challenge these guys face every day as well as knowing how dangerous this job is yet they do it to feed their family is nothing but dedication, hard work, and love. Believe it or not, they make honest living knowing they are being underpaid in exchange of their life getting shorten each day. May Allah bless you all with success, health, happiness, patience and strength.

2 месяца назад
guzm4n321
guzm4n321

They can still working on that sector but what they need is only a bit upgrade on technology of mining. Technology that are widely used in European counties US or China etc..

3 дня назад
Bodycare by Drea +54
Bodycare by Drea

As a woman this just made me tear up with more respect and appreciation for all the physically demanding and difficult jobs that some men do - that I as a woman could never do. The respect for you guys is real.

2 месяца назад
Sophia Z.
Sophia Z.

A woman could do that. Maybe not you but some women are strong

3 дня назад
Eric Yamaguti Nunes
Eric Yamaguti Nunes

Tell that to the spoiled feminists who have their electricity/water and a solid roof over their heads who claims men are useless and sit on their ass complaining at home

9 дней назад
omoso dragon +5
omoso dragon

These people deserve so much more than they are given.

3 месяца назад
No Catch +6990
No Catch

11:20 "For foreign tourists, working as a sulfur miner is not a job that is respected" I'm sorry if some tourists told him that. When we visited six years ago I saw them as very hardworking. I admired their endurance and tenacity. And despite us tourists getting in their way and making their trip even more challenging, they were very patient some were even all smiles, some even helped some of us. I hope he sees this and we do have full respect with what you do.

10 месяцев назад
UnsolicitedDitkaPics
UnsolicitedDitkaPics

There isn't much respect in Jill ng yourself for 12 dollars a day. Sorry not sorry

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Tammie Hinkle +1
Tammie Hinkle

@Durga Naveen 1)it is not low wages in their country. 2)we are not dealing with a "greedy corporation," this is an obsolete industry as sulfur is cheap to buy as a by-product of oil refining, so there isn't much money in processing impure sulfur. While these would be considered slave wages in the US, this is a good salary in Indonesia. This man mentioned having a choice to do construction or work for a plantation, but has made the choice to work here because it is better pay. While I feel for their plight, there are many worse off, would it be better if they raise salaries and go out of business because noone will buy the overpriced sulfur??? You are thinking too emotionally and not enough logically!!

3 месяца назад
Tammie Hinkle
Tammie Hinkle

@Brian Deeley it IS a choice, he mentioned that he could work construction or at the plantations, but this work is better for him. That is in fact, a choice. Not to mention that the pay is actually high for the area. As someone mentioned, the minimum wage there is $5-7/day, so the 18/day he is making is "good money" for that area! Again, making a CHOICE. If you consider that it is an obsolete job due to by-products of oil refining, they are lucky to have such jobs that pay so well!!

3 месяца назад
Graphene Pyromaniac
Graphene Pyromaniac

@Edward Elk They have no choice. Stop thinking that all countries are like Finland or Canada.

8 месяцев назад
Peter
Peter

@thesun collective147 Sadly, the cost of adequate respiratory filtration for the environment to which they're exposed would cost more than what they earn, taking into account that the needed filter cartridges would have to be replaced regularly (perhaps even daily.) Truly sad, indeed. This does get my engineer mind to thinking though... I wonder if they could make their own charcoal filters using old t-shirts, and charcoal made from coconut husks and shells? The charcoal would require some good washing to avoid inhaling the dust, but it could be fairly effective. Hmmm. Too bad I don't have the means to go there and try it out with them. I think this could actually work!

9 месяцев назад
Rob +4
Rob

I would never be able to carry that weight up those mountains, mad respect for these hard working men I wish them all the best in the world. This video makes me think how I should not complain about my working conditions at all because in 1 hour I am making more than what they make in few days, it breaks my heart that the differences in pay are so high throughout the world.

2 месяца назад
SL +1
SL

Respect for these people who worked hard in such tough and dangerous conditions. Of-cos also feel sad for them at the same time. Wishing them peace and a good life ahead with lots of love 🙏

2 месяца назад
Sheenah Diane +1
Sheenah Diane

Tears in my eyes watching this, never complain of what we have because other people don’t even half even the quarter of what we have. Let us be grateful and help each other bring up each other so no one is above or below❤️

8 дней назад
Jon Noel +1
Jon Noel

If we continue with cutting back on oil and gas production, we're going to need quite a number more of these miners. 80% of sulfur currently comes as a byproduct of oil and gas refining. Ironically, sulfuric acid is needed to extract the rare earth metals used in rechargeable batteries. It's also needed in the production of fertilizer and therefore critical to food production. Alternative methods to conserve sulfur are in their infancy.

2 месяца назад
FTR Prezzie +4467
FTR Prezzie

What an amazing guy. You can tell he is a nice guy and will do anything to provide for his family. When he said "we fear hunger more" that was heart breaking

10 месяцев назад
Fūrer Orbán
Fūrer Orbán

The Master at work. His setups are immortal.

5 месяцев назад
Fūrer Orbán
Fūrer Orbán

My heart goes out to Mister and his colleagues. To hear those coughs and bellyaches must be humbling, knowing that your very job is shaving away your life, yet you have no other option. Much health to him and their families.

5 месяцев назад
AlphineWolf
AlphineWolf

Apparently guys like those are rare gems over there. That's according to my uncle's former maid anyways. She was from Indonesia

7 месяцев назад
Mohammed KH
Mohammed KH

@Dan Gerous its a fear over watching look probably thinking : if he got badly injured or died we will have a problem securing our daily meals (same look when families send their members to war)

10 месяцев назад
Dan Gerous +1
Dan Gerous

@Mohammed KH Probably thinking to herself... "This man is a fool, why doesn't he just go work on the farm and wait the two weeks to get paid, probably going to die soon and then we'll have nothing". I guarantee that's what she's thinking.

10 месяцев назад
Ace Many +2
Ace Many

I use to work with my uncle doing that two years ago. His name was green sleeves because of all the snot he on his arms from wiping his nose. It was hard back breaking work. I couldn't handle it and left. I'm in China now planting rice. All I remember is how proud those men are. It was super hard but they never cried or complain. This is the card that life has delt them and they will do it with a smile on their face. Much respect!

3 месяца назад
Anonymous +2
Anonymous

Mistar is a trooper for this. Providing for his family while also sacrificing his own life.

2 месяца назад
amogus
amogus

these men are so strong and so brave, risking their lives for 12 dollars a day... they deserve nothing but the upmost respect for what they do

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Willmine11 +4
Willmine11

When you think your life is hard and then you see this, puts things into perspective

2 месяца назад
Besaid +1088
Besaid

Huge respect to the miners. This also highlights the greed of the mining company execs and the lack of support from the government to provide more jobs with safety regulations. It's so sad to hear the life expectancy of these miners.

10 месяцев назад
Goldensky
Goldensky

@American 🇺🇸 homeless?

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Ali Genderuwo
Ali Genderuwo

@paul couto no choice? He said he doesn't want to work in farm for measly profit.

6 месяцев назад
Ali Genderuwo
Ali Genderuwo

@Dan Gerous it is measly though, 170$ PER DAY is big considering most factory worker made around 150-250$ PER MONTH. Make sense for him to choose the mining despite the danger since he can earn 4420$ per month assuming he work for 26 days a month.

6 месяцев назад
hamyncheese
hamyncheese

don't worry! They socially distanced for COVID smh

9 месяцев назад
Horatio yen
Horatio yen

@whatsomeonesaid wastaken contractors offen get really badly treated

9 месяцев назад
FRATER LEMUEL E.S.L.D. +4
FRATER LEMUEL E.S.L.D.

An Honorable Man for an Honorable way of life,from an agrarian lifestyle.Many Tourists wouldn’t never understand my friend.Much love,respect,Light and prayers to all of you out there.

2 месяца назад
Olav +1
Olav

Amazing how he said tourists should not pity their situation. It’s a different country, different context. There should be ways to provide a better work environment here but at the same time, it’s one of the better paying jobs in that area at that skill level. Bettering safety of the job might result in more people taking up the job, and lower salaries.

2 месяца назад
T. L. +4
T. L.

Man, this really makes me so sad. $12-17 a day to risk death from an accident, inhaling deadly fumes every day or simple exhaustion and I spend that in 5 minutes at a fast food restaurant when I'm too lazy to cook. I wish more people understood how good they have it when they complain about the cost of xyz or complaining about having to flip burgers for $15 an hour. Perspective is one of the most lacking moral attributes majority of civilians in developed countries lack. The reality is, and I know this, that the world isn't fair. Many of the luxuries we take for granted wouldn't be as affordable as they are (or even available) if it weren't for exploited labor which begs the painful question: Could the world's economy withstand a 100% "free-of-exploitation" supply chain? Sure, we could boycott every company who exploits lesser developed countries, we could petition that every "exploited" laborer gets the necessary PPE, insurance, livable wages, research into safer methods...but if we could, we would have right? To be clear, what I mean be "if we could" as in a big enough collective that could make global change. Money is the ultimate vehicle for corruption, but unfortunately it too is a necessary evil. So...what do we do? All I can say is that I have the utmost respect for these men. I've done physical labor, served in the military (and overseas, not desk duty) for eight years (the state of my body today is a testament to the effort I put in) but I could never do what these men do to provide for themselves and their loved ones. They truly have my deepest respect. I hope one day we can put humans' lives before comfort and convenience and people much smarter than me can find ways to find the balance these men desperately deserve.

3 месяца назад
Corey Allen
Corey Allen

"Dare to die because we are afraid of hunger" Thats deep. Much respect to these workers!

17 дней назад
伝説Marshall +13661
伝説Marshall

"We dare to die because we're afraid of hunger" That line was heartbreaking 💔

10 месяцев назад
leon vamps
leon vamps

😢😢😢😢

2 месяца назад
Ngopi Dengan Win Wan Nur
Ngopi Dengan Win Wan Nur

@De Value No, farmer gets paid 5 times lower than sulphur miner

3 месяца назад
Christopher
Christopher

Are you gonna cry?

3 месяца назад
SYNIISTER
SYNIISTER

@Russ Hanneman and thats how lose their limbs. By accepting rather than change. That's how people for thousands of years believe that there is a deity named god or allah or odin. Because they accept what it is with no ambition to change it. Its just scuffed and lazy man

3 месяца назад
KiLDiG dot com
KiLDiG dot com

Why is that heartbreaking? Who cares? Not me

3 месяца назад
dandymcgee +2
dandymcgee

If you ever find yourself thinking "but what can I do? it's my job." that should be a massive red flag to yourself that you need to re-evaluate your priorities in life. There is always another job for you to do, no matter where in the world you are or how poor you are or whatever your situation may be. Don't settle for something you hate, or worse, something that's literally killing you. Go forth, and be prosperous.

3 месяца назад
Yumiko +3
Yumiko

This is so sad! Respect to these people! Nowadays people get tired to even walk 2 meters! May God bless yall!❤️

4 месяца назад
Nous Primis +9
Nous Primis

How have these miners not developed some kind of superpowers by now, or at least physical abilities on the level of shaolin monks? Carrying massive quantities of sulfur on their backs while treading precarious, slippery and unstable pathways all the way up and down a massive volcano? Immense physical strength coupled with such honed physical coordination should at least give you a longer lifespan, but because of the fumes they rarely live past fifty. P.s. I don't actually believe in superpowers, I'm just wondering why their work hasn't yielded some kind of other impressive physical abilities.

3 месяца назад
yes
yes

@Russel damn, then these miners would be real superhumans if they get proper meal

22 дня назад
Russel
Russel

It might be lack of nutrition

3 месяца назад
Ershi Ba Chan
Ershi Ba Chan

I visited the Ijen crater back in 2010. At the time, our guide told us to buy the miners a box of Gudang Garam kretek cigarette packs. He explained that smoking kreteks actually helps relieve coughs that arise from breathing the sulphurous fumes. In my opinion, the tour companies could easily collaborate to charge all tourists a nominal fee that goes towards purchase of respirators, masks, and other safety equipment, as well as a fund for injuries and medical treatment. But, well, I don't hold out hope that such a thing could ever happen in Indonesia.

2 месяца назад
justina sween +3405
justina sween

You can see the scars on his shoulders from carrying the heavy sulfur. It’s actually so sad to see what so many has to endure just to eat and provide for their family.

10 месяцев назад
Goldensky
Goldensky

@Edward Kay wth are you talking about??

Месяц назад
NetralFN
NetralFN

@SSJ Carl 17$ is atleast 200.000 Rp it was good pay NGL,with 1 dollar you can eat full meal and drink even though it's look like low paying job,it was good paying job you could get at least 300$+ permonth you could definitely eat and buy gas mask cuz it was cheaper there

6 месяцев назад
kim kim
kim kim

Yes it is peaceful life however he can choose to be robber so it would be quick earn money. Die quick and die slow and possibly his son or daughter might take his place for die slow. Rather to be die slow why don't choose quick dead like robber job which promises money and luxury. Life to be rich can be reach if he successfully only 1 times.

7 месяцев назад
Mirza Andhika
Mirza Andhika

@Edward Kay wtf

7 месяцев назад
Phase change
Phase change

@Bora bora We keep taking from earth we don't give back what we take now we are suffering as resources decreased. Most corals are dead. And we now have micro plastics in our blood. And no those were just two things there's more.

8 месяцев назад
AndThatsWhen Itkickedin
AndThatsWhen Itkickedin

Hard work, and dangerous. So much respect for their tenacity

17 дней назад
Renegade the Rapper +1
Renegade the Rapper

These men are capable of more than I could ever imagine.

2 месяца назад
Light +1
Light

imagine being able to say you do manual labour at an active volcano. how badass is that. i would be too anxious to work around those gasses. this work is quite the sacrifice.

2 месяца назад
Michael Claymore +1
Michael Claymore

One of the best documentaries I've ever seen. Damn, they work so hard. I've never seen someone work so hard. He loads up almost a hundred kilos, of sulphur crystals he has broken off larger pieces. Stacking up on this devil's gold that crush his back under dangerous conditions, he slowly trudges up a steep volcano. He also doesn't complain after a meal of rice and fern leaves, he heads off after waking up at 2 a.m to his backbreaking and extremely dangerous job. All this to feed himself and his family... My job where I often struggle balancing accounts at times, suddenly seems simple.

3 месяца назад
Chip Butty
Chip Butty

Suffering is circumstantial, don’t discount your pain because people have it worse but do be great Gil of the life you live

3 месяца назад
Chicane +3917
Chicane

"We dare to die because we're afraid of hunger". That's deep knowing how so many people today that are living good lives don't think twice about when the next meal might or might not be.

10 месяцев назад
RedSpawN
RedSpawN

@Goldensky but then again, read the whole premise of this convo, it's not about it being an amazing salary, it's about it being one of the better ones for that region.

Месяц назад
Goldensky
Goldensky

@RedSpawN it's not Pinoy language,, he said that "@RedSpawN the salary is not that much, you don't know how hard it is to find water (?idk why he mentions water ) and eat (maybe he means more like to earn money) in here/East Java, even paying for college isn't enough, so just be grateful that you live in your place. You don't have to fight over the issue of getting enough salary or not. He works like that, because it's a job that he can do instead of being a handyman, a handyman in Indonesia doesn't pay as much as a miner there, thank you"

Месяц назад
nR
nR

And some people in first world countries die of suicide and depression while the poor people on poorer countries DARE TO LIVE! What IRONy . Be thankful of your blessings guys and help others and help yourself!

5 месяцев назад
Tenzuk Imsong
Tenzuk Imsong

I see people complaining about getting 17$ per day. Lol in my place we gets 7-8$ per day

5 месяцев назад
RedSpawN
RedSpawN

@Sulaihan Fikri grow up

6 месяцев назад
MYSTERIOUS SCIENCE
MYSTERIOUS SCIENCE

Hats off to the workers 🙏🙏

2 месяца назад
Delsa Kelly
Delsa Kelly

It’s heart breaking scenario. I feel sorry for these men. Buy you got to do what you got to do. God bless you guys.

2 месяца назад
is this name taken +1
is this name taken

It’s actually very sad how others live. While the companies these people break their backs for, literally, make 1000% more than what the actual workers get paid. We truly have to be grateful for what we have, because others are wishing they had only a tiny fraction of what we have

Месяц назад
Haruna saidu +1
Haruna saidu

Accolades to my doctor (dr gboya) I have so much respect for how much positivity you put out while curing my hsv1/2 ☺️☺️

2 месяца назад
Weggy Dhany Miharja
Weggy Dhany Miharja

If you guys all respect to them, try go to there and see blue flame, with you guys give some tips for them. Thank you

День назад
KillerRoyale -_-
KillerRoyale -_-

Jesus let me make a donation to this guy

3 дня назад
Raditya Rafi
Raditya Rafi

As a fellow indonesian, i respect that man a lot. I lived near jakarta, so i can live a peacefull life. But when i trip to the further side from city, i started to saw people that has dangerous jobs there. Since birth I always felt glad that i was born in a loving family with relatively safe working condition

2 месяца назад
Peace Builder +1
Peace Builder

Your team is seems to be very dedicative.. risking yourselves shooting in the most dangerous locations.. i really appreciate

Месяц назад
paku +2997
paku

The guy really soft spoken through the entire interview with a smile. I have much respect for him.

10 месяцев назад
VII THE FOREIGNER
VII THE FOREIGNER

He’s killing himself and he’s fine with it he needs a therapist

2 месяца назад
Mr. Common Sense
Mr. Common Sense

@Justin It's not about race honestly, it's more about accent.. even in east java, different city sometimes has a different accent. Some is rough and some is soft or can be in between.

2 месяца назад
jonathan purba
jonathan purba

@Fadaz taqiyah mode is active

2 месяца назад
Fadaz +1
Fadaz

@jonathan purba stop playing video games and touch grass kid, you clearly never talk to people outside your basement

2 месяца назад
moon p
moon p

@jonathan purba wtf are you saying. Jgn jd orng goblok oke

4 месяца назад
Persephone Black +5
Persephone Black

Much respect to these people. Waking up at 2am, hiking 2 miles, climbing down 1000ft, standing in/near a toxic volcanic lake, inhaling horrible fumes, touching sulfur... carrying that heavy weight back up the crater. All just to have enough money to barely survive until you're 50 yrs old (maybe). I really pray these men can at least be given proper PPE, and that this video will help with that. They need respirators, boots, gloves, eye protection, railings. A bunch of things.

3 месяца назад
Goldensky +1
Goldensky

@Gandalf rich/middle-class people there especially politicians or celebs don't have the initiative to help even though in indo they have gofundme thing

Месяц назад
Gandalf
Gandalf

All those things require maintenance and replenishment, which adds a negative column to the budget of the operation. So for every $ they earn, they will lose some to resupply mask filters, broken boots, etc. I find the case similar to when we refuse to give poor farmers in Africa shovels and seeds, when we already are giving them sterilized grains to eat, but in reverse. In the end, we realize it's Indonesia that's the problem.

2 месяца назад
Fajar N
Fajar N

A shame really, this video can be interpreted in so many ways but the fact that there are people that adamantly say that it was this man's fault to just 'settle for scraps' just made me sad. He frequents the crater because he didn't want to settle being a farmer or construction worker, the one that he realistically can do. How is that settling? No matter how anyone want to twist their words, saying that it was someone's own fault they have to do jobs like this, at the end of the day someone has to do it. This very phone that I type this comment with, there was a worker that assembled it. The very building that shelter you, they were build by the construction workers. Whenever your internet/electricity died during a rainstorm, there were field technician that hard at work to restore then in the middle of the storm. Were they just settling for our scraps? Everyone is entitled to their own opinion, if you wanna look down on these workers, its up to you. But, please, kindly keep it to yourself

3 месяца назад
Bikramjeet Singh
Bikramjeet Singh

these guys are so happy for what they have what i am feeling very sad for this people. how can this happen in our world that one gain so much pain and the other person in the other country gain so many comfort? may they live long!

5 дней назад
dylans voice +1
dylans voice

massive respects to them !!

3 месяца назад
holodoctor1 +1983
holodoctor1

My god, this guy works physically harder in a day than I do in a year. So much respect for him.

10 месяцев назад
Ric plays
Ric plays

@Opposite Switzerland dork

6 месяцев назад
Ali Genderuwo
Ali Genderuwo

@Opposite Switzerland what did he do to you for you to be Dork like this?

6 месяцев назад
Cy Jackson
Cy Jackson

@Opposite Switzerland dork

7 месяцев назад
E
E

@Opposite Switzerland then go actually respect them

10 месяцев назад
Teddy TD ♪
Teddy TD ♪

@Opposite Switzerland dork. What now?

10 месяцев назад
Khoirul Anam
Khoirul Anam

That's why i always try to share some snacks, drinks, and whatever it is... we shared experience together and it feels _so good_ to do it, i really put my great respect to those miners....

2 месяца назад
crimescenepharmacist +1
crimescenepharmacist

Respect to these hard working dudes. I wish I was half as tuff as these guys.

2 месяца назад
Project Pedrada
Project Pedrada

This man is a legend, people here are sorry for him but look at his smile, this is the most important thing, never forget that

2 месяца назад
Robert Binkowski +3
Robert Binkowski

Imagine working in a place where dangers include a battery acid lake, not one but two types of deadly gas, little to no safety equipment, and highly hazardous travel conditions.... but COVID, nah gotta socially distance, too dangerous!

3 месяца назад
Sentauri +1407
Sentauri

Watching stuff like this, you realize just how privileged a lot of us are. For many of us no matter how hard we have it, we still would never ever have to consider having to work anything close to this.

10 месяцев назад
AJ
AJ

@Patrick Bateman let me guess, child labor laws should be abolished, technology is bad, and OSHA is the devil

2 месяца назад
Blue Bird +1
Blue Bird

@kklap Umm... no?

8 месяцев назад
kklap
kklap

@Blue Bird isnt that basically what i said too?

8 месяцев назад
Blue Bird +1
Blue Bird

@kklap It's not pointless. It's perspective. I think of it like this. Just because someone has it worse than you doesn't mean you can't complain. You can still complain and desire something better while simultaneously appreciating the things you have when you realize other people have it worse than you. These two feelings don't have to be mutually exclusive.

8 месяцев назад
The Mistro
The Mistro

@Muqri. okay. Enjoy your increase in energy bills and cuts to the NHS and mental health services. The rich get richer whilst the poor pay. Rat.

10 месяцев назад
Swervin Bourbon
Swervin Bourbon

Another great reason to be grateful for what you have. I wish the best of luck to these ppl

3 месяца назад
석탄왕자 coal prince
석탄왕자 coal prince

I use sulfur for farming and have great respect for them.

Месяц назад
PokeGMaestro! !
PokeGMaestro! !

I take my hat off for these hard working brothers. Huge respect 🫡

3 месяца назад
Tammie Hinkle +1
Tammie Hinkle

For everyone commenting on the "low wages." 1)most in Indonesia work for $5-7/day, so the wages are actually high(3x minimum wage) 2)sulfur mining is an obsolete industry, it is a cheap resource as a byproduct of oil refining. If pay was raised any further, they could not compete, the sulfur would be too expensive, the company would go out of business, and the miners would have no jobs(they could then work construction or farming for $5-7/day). 3)they are independent contractors, they make the choice to do the job without masks and equipment-if they are making 3x minimum wage, it is absolutely a choice!! The star of the show has been doing this for 30yrs. He could have gotten better equipment by now if that is what he chose to do.

3 месяца назад
Niclas Sjöstedt +1686
Niclas Sjöstedt

Having worked in the oil refining business and seeing the insane amounts of sulfur separated from the crude oil, it really breaks my heart knowing these men risk their life for it.

10 месяцев назад
Trump took the vaccine
Trump took the vaccine

@The Wizard lol what

6 месяцев назад
AlphineWolf +1
AlphineWolf

@Vidar D or being so lazy they rely on the wife to be someone's maid for Income

7 месяцев назад
Cortholio Pezorama +1
Cortholio Pezorama

“ you meen you extract sulfur from crude oil processing? Or what do you meen with crude oil production.” Oil normally comes out of the ground loaded with sulphur. Oil companies pull the sulphur out prior to shipping to improve the economics of shipping. There’s no point shipping sulphur through a pipeline (taking away oil volume) when you can turn it into a powder and just dump it in ore cars and ship it by rail.

8 месяцев назад
Bzz Vlog
Bzz Vlog

@kVI Aak no eco in sulfur business, oil sulfur much pure than organic sulphur.

9 месяцев назад
Samwise
Samwise

@DrunkenPumpkins you meen you extract sulfur from crude oil processing? Or what do you meen with crude oil production.

9 месяцев назад
Ej Icon +1
Ej Icon

Man. I will NEVER complain that my job is too difficult. I really hope the INSIDER crew left Mistar and his crew some heavy duty gas masks after this interview was complete. If not. GET ON IT. 🙂 Thanks for sharing this.

3 месяца назад
Fatimah Ridriguez +1
Fatimah Ridriguez

To see these poor people working so hard, it breaks my heart 😭. I hope those corrupt companies that take advantage of them go to hell😡.

4 месяца назад
LIVE! With Dr. Andre Jerry +1
LIVE! With Dr. Andre Jerry

God bless all the miners of the world 🌍

2 месяца назад
Quick Album Reviews
Quick Album Reviews

These are true men. They work to support their families despite all the hardship.

Месяц назад
Lipschitz +1032
Lipschitz

When I was in my 20's I had a job repairing water and sewer lines in the mountains of California. I had to work in blizzards, haul a generator uphill and downhill, dig 10 ft holes by hand at times and decend into them to make repairs, and replace fire hydrants that had 1000's of pounds of water pressure behind them that could kill me if I did something wrong. That was nothing compared to what these dudes do. Mad respect.

6 месяцев назад
Dan
Dan

@Carlos Lopez Yeah, so have I, from pictures from the 70's where a prominent billionaire developer later turned president, hired women and put them there, before anyone event thought about hiring women for such jobs and before is was the "cool" thing to do.

9 дней назад
Eric Yamaguti Nunes +1
Eric Yamaguti Nunes

@Dan women can't do sh*t in risky and heavy work and have the gall to complain about men who takes the worst jobs so their electricity,water works and even the friggin roof over their heads dont fall on them...they claim to be independent but most nowadays cant even cook or make minor repairs...thats why those ungrateful wh*res are spoiled because they always have men to do the heavy work for them

9 дней назад
Rashmi Tharushi
Rashmi Tharushi

♥️♥️♥️

28 дней назад
EVOLICIOUS
EVOLICIOUS

but he's dead and you're not. He's an idiot. You knew that you worked in a safe OSHA environment, and for insanely good money I bet too. This third world shithole peasant doesn;'t know aay better than money, and now he's dead from toxic gas inhalation and his family starved becasue they don't believe in women working or using contraceptives.

2 месяца назад
Dan +1
Dan

@Carlos Lopez It is a step in the right direction. But project managers, c'mon, that's the easy part, play dress up, that's the easy part. I want to see them doing the actual work! Blood sweat and tears. You want the spoils? You got to put in the work! Simple as that.

2 месяца назад
Zero BS Trader +1
Zero BS Trader

seeing them puts things into perspective.. there's so much I should thank god for and yet I choose to complain about more and more luxuries. Much respect to them!!

3 месяца назад
AV HD
AV HD

yabakunrayanee

2 месяца назад
Rex Bellator +1
Rex Bellator

Everyone's so impressed with these men and their daily struggle but for crying out loud, someone who has the means, do something. Reach out. Get these men some work gloves, masks and some relatively cheap equipment to help them haul their loads. Of course the onus should be on their employers (or at least the ones who pay them) to provide these things but that simply isn't going to happen by the looks of it. Someone please crowdfund stuff to help them survive in this situation.

2 месяца назад
David K +2
David K

This is brutal and makes our European lives seem so unbelievably priviledged...

3 месяца назад
Julia
Julia

What grace that man has. He said that foreign tourists didn't respect his work, but I know that I completely do! As does anyone else with a heart and a brain. This is what beauty is, this grace. Not stupid celebrities, not plastic stupid Kardashians.

4 месяца назад
PestesTesties +1016
PestesTesties

Big respect to these hard workers. It’s sad to see the life they’re put through. Really makes you think about what you have and how lucky we are.

10 месяцев назад
keith
keith

yeah people were taught to be grateful in victorian times too

6 месяцев назад
Graphene Pyromaniac
Graphene Pyromaniac

@Hex That's capitalism for you. Aside from that, do you have a better alternative for those problems?

8 месяцев назад
Saito sangha
Saito sangha

@Nam Bui brother, the government of indonesia why don't they care about the environment it should be banned in Indonesia || brother, why didn't the Indonesian government ban them! Nature is unfortunate || brother, in the Philippines the government is not allowed to arrest that when it happens in Philippines

10 месяцев назад
vanaea
vanaea

@Moe Joe King as said in the video, this job is almost unnecessary, no significant production value and profit gained by any processing factories buying sulfur from them, nobody feel the need to invest any tech or money to develop an advanced mining method. And my guess is that not many workers there actually wants to spends their lifetime like this, much would move out from the island and trying to find a better job including the youngster, resulting in stagnant development.

10 месяцев назад
Moe Joe King +1
Moe Joe King

i feel like i would have developed a better method of getting that sulfur down in 30 years... also why not redirect the smoke when extracting the sulpher...

10 месяцев назад
Nindya rifiani
Nindya rifiani

I hope there will be more ethical business leader in the future that will certainly care for each person involved in their supply chain.

Месяц назад
Герман Воронов
Герман Воронов

Actually you can eat small amounts of sulfur to get rid of some bowel problems, also mixture of sulfur (1 part) and fat/vaseline (2 parts) works like great skin treatment. It is really cheap and effective.

2 месяца назад
TheDrWhippy
TheDrWhippy

They could really expedite so much of the labor and make it easier for themselves if they just made a conveyor with baskets. They even have a source of steam to drive a turbine.

2 месяца назад
Tikaka
Tikaka

Seeing how dangerous the way up and down the crater is, you can't but think how easy it would be for the company to build a safe ropeway or at least stairs there.

Месяц назад
The Utopia Of The Distopic Future +1865
The Utopia Of The Distopic Future

I've been there and you really can't imagine how tough this is. I'm quite young in good shape and going up to the volcano and down to the crater and back it's hard. Doing it with 70kg on your back in flip flops is incredible, and these workers deserve all my admiration.

8 месяцев назад
Benedict Caesario
Benedict Caesario

@pøtátô Chán123 bruh, what?

6 месяцев назад
Ali Genderuwo
Ali Genderuwo

@Optical Reticle no ofc not, Indonesia is rural country, it's hard to steal something without your neighbour catching you and if you're caught it is unlikely the police will Detain you first, the people will and they'll most likely beaten you up until you passed out before the police came. Double justice basically. One time there's a "begal" motorcycle hijackers that was caught by people and burned alive before the police even came and caught them. They simply don't take kindly in these kinds of things and it'll be a dead wish if they try to steal, and if it's a miner's motorcycle, then it'll be worse. Savage I know, but most of the times these criminal also use extreme violence like cutting of the hand with machete if they resist so naturally people also use violence in kind.

6 месяцев назад
Ali Genderuwo
Ali Genderuwo

You're spamming the same message using different accounts, this here is bot guys, why do you like it?

6 месяцев назад
Sky Megastar
Sky Megastar

@B4TT3RY Even I didn't think of that idea albeit watching the whole video. Lol I might be absolutely wrong but it could be possible no one ever thought about that.

6 месяцев назад
B4TT3RY
B4TT3RY

Why don’t they design a pulley system

6 месяцев назад
Marsh The Fox +1
Marsh The Fox

As a mineral collector if I could I'd pay double the what the company is paying in USD to get those crystals, those are spectacular.

2 месяца назад
strxwberiiqa
strxwberiiqa

Poor guy, I wish there was a way for it to be SO MUCH MORE EASIER for them. 😟😭

2 месяца назад
Guohao Tan
Guohao Tan

nothing but respect for these guys

2 месяца назад
Anatolio +1
Anatolio

11:53 - Definition of a true righteous man right there. God bless you and your family Mistar 🙏.

20 дней назад
Bip Gtm +1558
Bip Gtm

The man has such a great smile and soothing voice. The place seems magical and everyone seems to be grateful for what they have. These people definitely deserve better.

8 месяцев назад
Hindu Goat
Hindu Goat

@Goldensky im not hindu dipstick, its a name on the internet... you feel things that aint there. I am white and atheist

Месяц назад
Goldensky
Goldensky

@Hindu Goat feel like you put this comment because idk they're Muslim since you're Hindu & don't like it, don't worry...the people's ancestors are Hindu/Buddhist lmao

Месяц назад
Eksen
Eksen

@Argen Nova big no, did you ever go to arab country? They rarely smile

6 месяцев назад
metamech
metamech

@Steel head I'm saying that nobody appreciates what they have. I'm pissed to see my country looting, rioting and murdering people and men like this break their backs just to f-ing eat. And honestly, I'm feeling pretty pissed at myself for not being a better person and for taking what I have for granted. And no, I'm not a millionaire.

6 месяцев назад
Steel head
Steel head

@metamech How could you consciously say other people deserve less? You just assume everyone's a millionaire? Keep virtue signaling and maybe you might convince some people that you're a good person.

6 месяцев назад

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