Head of Nestle Group, Peter Brabeck, Says Water Is Not A Human Right

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  1. I am an American. We have had a boom in Autism, and birth defects and animal defects since we have gotten into GMO. http://gmoevidence.com/ It has also polluted our natural NON-GMO rosources. http://www.prwatch.org/news/2013/03/12027/fda-ready-approve-frankenfish-despite-fishy-science He wants to privatize water, because for him and his people, there has never been more money, or more health, and a longer life. But that doesnt translate to the common person. He is the lord, and we are the serfs. They control their fifedoms, and dukedomes, and kingdoms (in to form of corporations) and then they kill us while raking in profits. They have less people on the pplanet to share resources with, and all the money. It's a win-win for them, and a lose-lose for us.

  2. This is all I heard from this video

    "We pull in 90 Billion Swiss Francs per year, now we want to privatize the main component of the human body. Water"

    I don't want to live on this planet any more

  3. You and your company are dirty greedy swines!

  4. I laughed at the ignorance of this man. He is right, there are some people who have never had it so good and been so healthy, but what he does not realise it that there is a greater divide in our human population. 783 million people are still without access to improved sources of drinking water. Source: JMP 2012 Globally, diarrhoea is the leading cause of illness and death, and 88 per cent of diarrhoeal deaths are due to a lack of access to sanitation facilities, together with inadequate availability of water for hygiene and unsafe drinking water. Source: JMP The provision of improved sanitation and safe drinking water could reduce diarrhoeal diseases by nearly 90 per cent. Source: JMP Today 2.5 billion people, including almost one billion children, live without even basic sanitation. Every 20 seconds, a child dies as a result of poor sanitation. That's 1.5 million preventable deaths each year. Source: WWDR, 2012 If 783 million people are already without access to improved sources of drinking water and we privatize this valuable resource, we will only see these numbers rising. Maybe Nestle should stop bragging about how much money they bring in on average per year and start to help those in need. Winston Churchill once said “We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” I would say that so far Nestle and their CEO do not have much of a life!



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