Friday, October 25, 2013

Nestle CEO Says You Shouldn’t Have The Right to Water --- this seems to be the belief of a lot of wealthy people these days, to the point that it's rumored some wealthy people are buying up all the rights for drinking water world-wide, including rain water, pond water, and even water that might end up in a ditch somewhere -- Conspiracy Nuts, or does this possibly have some truth to it? Anybody out there heard about these rumors of controlling not only the food supply, but also the water supply??

Nestlé CEO (Bilderberger) Peter Brabeck - GMO
Promotor & Water as a Human Right  (and other
thoughts, such as "organic food,"  "balance between
man and nature," "water as a public right,"
and "on corporate responsibility")

All Below Quotes taken from "Collective Evolution": 

Brabeck’s Not Alone in His Elitist Views

Water is essential to the human body and having access to good, clean water, should be a right of every person on this planet. While that is my opinion, the former CEO of Nestle, Peter Brabeck, has a very different opinion and one that might shock you.

Brabeck stated rather clearly in an interview for a documentary called “We Feed The World,” that he believes water should not be a public right and that it should be something only the wealthy have access to. A rather interesting statement from the CEO of the 27th largest company in the world, who does over $65 billion in business with a good portion of that coming from bottled water sales. 

In 2007, Brabeck received a “Black Planet Award” which is an award given to people who contribute to the destruction of the planet. Brabeck, through Nestlé, was accused of proliferating contaminated baby food, monopolizing water resources, and tolerating child labor.

In the interview, Brabeck didn’t stop with water. He continued on talking about GMO’s, nature and corporate responsibility. Feel free to reflect on the statements he makes, and share your thoughts in the comments. Is this the type of world view you want to see in powerful individuals?

Brabeck:  "Water is of course the most important raw material we have today in the world. It’s a question of whether we should privatize the normal water supply for the population, and there are two different opinions on the matter. The one opinion, which I think is extreme, is represented by the NGOs, who bang on about declaring water a public right. That means as a human being you should have a right to water. That’s an extreme solution. And the other view says water is a foodstuff like any other and like any other foodstuff it should have a market. Personally I think it’s better to give foodstuff a market value . . .
Collective Evolution:"Privatization of any good or service has never led to equal opportunity for people nor a successful system. In the end, to privatize means to make powerful people more wealthy and have more control. Contrary to popular belief passed down by individuals like Brabeck, humanity does not need to be controlled and governed to the degree we are. Our nature is to share, assist and love. The only reason this doesn’t seem to be the case is because fear and scarcity is purposely created and promoted by the elite...

"...The sad thing is, Brabeck is not alone in his views as many CEOs, elitists, private bankers and so forth share the same values and world views. This can be seen by taking a step back and looking at the big picture of how our world functions. While it appears money is their motive, it goes deeper.

"Power and control is of the utmost importance to them as with power, they can control everything.
"What can we do about it? We can share this information with others and make smarter choices about what we purchase. We fuel this system with our actions and choices. Awareness of these stories and issues is one of the first steps in creating change. Here’s a list of Nestles brands that you may consider boycotting. Brands: Arrowhead, AquaSpring, Calistoga, DeerPark, DeepSpring, Ice Mountain, Glaciar, Klosterquelle, NestleWellness, NestlePureLife, Ozarka, Poland Spring, Perrier, S. Pellegrino, S. Barnardo, Water Line, Zephyrhills.

"...During his tenure as CEO, he jointly garnered a Black Planet Award in 2007, along with Liliane Bettencourt. The award is bestowed on individuals dedicated to the destruction of the planet. Brabeck and Bettencourt through Nestlé were accused of proliferating contaminated baby food, monopolising water resources, and tolerating child labor...[5] "


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